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   Undertoad  Friday Oct 5 02:07 PM

October 5, 2007: Bear survives bridge encounter



"He bearly made it", says xoB passing along this set, confirmed by Snopes. The original text that is going around:

Quote:
The bear was walking across Rainbow Bridge (Old Hwy 40 at Donner Summit, Truckee) on Saturday when two cars also crossing the bridge scared the bear into jumping over the edge of the bridge. Somehow the bear caught the ledge and was able to pull itself to safety. Authorities decided that nothing could be done to help Saturday night so they returned Sunday morning to find the bear sound asleep on the ledge. After securing a net under the bridge the bear was tranquilized, fell into the net, lowered, then woke up and walked out of the net.











Emrikol  Friday Oct 5 03:00 PM

Quote:
STUFFED BEAR CHOPS
A delicious way to prepare

Source: North American Hunting Club
"Wild Game Cookbook" p.117, David A. Malatt, Valley, WA
Prep Time
1 hour

Utensils
Baking dish

Ingredients
4 large chops
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1 onion
1 green pepper
1/8 teaspoon ground pepper
8 tablespoons raw rice
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tomato
Directions
Trim fat from chops
Season to taste with salt, paprika and pepper
Place in baking dish and pour in enough water to reach within a quarter inch of the top of the meat
Cover tightly and simmer over low heat for 30 minutes
Over each chop, flatten 2 tablespoons of raw rice, and scatter minced garlic
Lay one large slice of tomato, one medium slice of onion and slice of green pepper on each chop
Pour in enough hot water to reach the top of the meat
Cover and bake at 325°F for 30 minutes or until chops are well done


Happy Friday!


ViennaWaits  Friday Oct 5 03:08 PM

Anybody got a bungee cord?

"My young'uns'll be wantin' they supper!"




dar512  Friday Oct 5 05:16 PM

I tried playing bridge once too and barely survived.



DanaC  Friday Oct 5 05:52 PM

Well Good night Vienna!

Welcome to the Cellar



freshnesschronic  Friday Oct 5 07:15 PM

Heya Boo Boo! Help me out! I dropped my pick 'a' nick basket and I can't get up!



DanaC  Friday Oct 5 07:20 PM

lol fresh.



ViennaWaits  Friday Oct 5 07:28 PM

LMAO Fresh... too funny.


Why, thank you Dana!! I spent a little too much time this morning browsing through the pictures and comments.. and said to myself..

"Now here's a group of smart-asses I'd like to spend some time with."




darkwing duck  Friday Oct 5 07:42 PM

hmm . . . Rainbow Bridge is term for the place where animals go when they die. (based on a poem, I think) Guess he decided he wasn't ready to go yet?



DanaC  Friday Oct 5 07:44 PM

Eh up, it's another noob! Hallo darkwing duck! Welcome to the Cellar.


Which poem, can you recall?



monster  Friday Oct 5 09:12 PM

Even bears are on the net these days.



Razzmatazz13  Friday Oct 5 10:41 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by ViennaWaits View Post
LMAO Fresh... too funny.


Why, thank you Dana!! I spent a little too much time this morning browsing through the pictures and comments.. and said to myself..

"Now here's a group of smart-asses I'd like to spend some time with."


Ahahahahaha...cellar tagline just switched


SPUCK  Saturday Oct 6 04:19 AM

Emrikol; Hit the ground running!
Nice one Monster!

Razzmatazz.. the only drink I buy at JombaJuice



spudcon  Saturday Oct 6 11:22 AM

Question: After the last picture, was the camera retrieved from the bear's stomach, or did he just eat the photographer?



ZenGum  Saturday Oct 6 11:48 AM

That third billy goat gruff sure kicked his arse!
All trolls, be warned



usarmydoctor  Sunday Oct 7 10:15 AM

Spudcon: He probably carried a cattle prod.



Kumbulu  Sunday Oct 7 02:40 PM

Dana:




Sheldonrs  Monday Oct 8 09:54 AM

Does this mean the bear is now un-abridged?



chrisinhouston  Saturday Oct 13 07:06 AM

As I recall, Bear should always be cooked quite well done. never rare. They carry somthing or other in their muscle tissue that can be harmful to humans; the same as cats.



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