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  • And now a cub is going to starve to death.
  • The child suffered serious injuries, while a man sustained humorous injuries, Alaska State Troopers said.

    / that's my story and I'm sticking to it
  • Bear attacks humans, gets killed with gunz is barely recognizable as Alaskan. How about a 450 pound seal just chillin' on an airport runway like it owns the place?

    https://www.adn.com/alaska-life/2017/10/24/in-utqiagvik-low-sealings-bring-a-unique-airplane-hazard/
  • I live up here in Fairbanks and there is not a single trip to my outhouse that I don't carry bear spray and my 9mm with me when I go. Especially right now as bears are trying to bulk up before they hibernate.

    Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out.
  • Waiting for list of the kid's injuries.  Are we talking bites?  Scratches?  Bullet holes?
  • dbirchall: Waiting for list of the kid's injuries.  Are we talking bites?  Scratches?  Bullet holes?


    And I'm waiting for the relationship between the two related hunters.

    Father-son, Grandpa-grandson, brother-brother, uncle-nephew, or step-father-step-son.

    The possibilities are nearly endless.
  • There is no way i'd take a 9 year old hunting. Ok, maybe i would if he was really fat and i could outrun him.
  • Badafuco: I live up here in Fairbanks and there is not a single trip to my outhouse that I don't carry bear spray and my 9mm with me when I go. Especially right now as bears are trying to bulk up before they hibernate.

    Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out.


    Is a 9mm enough? Word on the street, and by street I mean internet, is that you can shoot a bear several times before it kills you.
  • Badafuco: Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out


    But just think of the obituary potential! That is gravestone gold
  • August11: Badafuco: I live up here in Fairbanks and there is not a single trip to my outhouse that I don't carry bear spray and my 9mm with me when I go. Especially right now as bears are trying to bulk up before they hibernate.

    Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out.

    Is a 9mm enough? Word on the street, and by street I mean internet, is that you can shoot a bear several times before it kills you.


    Not really the stopping power I need but it's better than nothing. Plus with a shot of bear spray, I think it will protect my pooping ass.
  • berylman: Badafuco: Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out

    But just think of the obituary potential! That is gravestone gold


    I would definitely be a Fark headline.
  • August11: Badafuco: I live up here in Fairbanks and there is not a single trip to my outhouse that I don't carry bear spray and my 9mm with me when I go. Especially right now as bears are trying to bulk up before they hibernate.

    Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out.

    Is a 9mm enough? Word on the street, and by street I mean internet, is that you can shoot a bear several times before it kills you.


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  • Badafuco: I live up here in Fairbanks and there is not a single trip to my outhouse that I don't carry bear spray and my 9mm with me when I go. Especially right now as bears are trying to bulk up before they hibernate.

    Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out.


    That was the talk of the fishing camp this Summer. Allegedly (anglers so they lie) a guest of an outfitter camp had decided that the weather was so nice he'd do his morning shiat with the outhouse door open.

    Bear snatched him off the shiatter and was mauled him until his friend grabbed the cabin gun and drove him off.

    Though, of all the places for a bear attack the one where you don't shiat your pants is probably a good enough one.
  • And a I'm certainly not some crazy ammophile, it's only for survival. I don't have children and I don't open carry. It's just protection against bears and tweakers.
  • Badafuco: August11: Badafuco: I live up here in Fairbanks and there is not a single trip to my outhouse that I don't carry bear spray and my 9mm with me when I go. Especially right now as bears are trying to bulk up before they hibernate.

    Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out.

    Is a 9mm enough? Word on the street, and by street I mean internet, is that you can shoot a bear several times before it kills you.

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    Ha! Yeah I was thinking the same thing. Stay safe out there.
  • NathanAllen: Badafuco: I live up here in Fairbanks and there is not a single trip to my outhouse that I don't carry bear spray and my 9mm with me when I go. Especially right now as bears are trying to bulk up before they hibernate.

    Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out.

    That was the talk of the fishing camp this Summer. Allegedly (anglers so they lie) a guest of an outfitter camp had decided that the weather was so nice he'd do his morning shiat with the outhouse door open.

    Bear snatched him off the shiatter and was mauled him until his friend grabbed the cabin gun and drove him off.

    Though, of all the places for a bear attack the one where you don't shiat your pants is probably a good enough one.


    I mean, there are worse ways to die, but a bear mauling while in an outhouse is up there on the list of one of the most unpleasant ways to go.
  • "The most Alaska story that ever Alaska'd"
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    Story contained exactly zero Palins.
    //Also, no snowmobiles.
    ///Mandatory third slashie.
  • Doesn't seem very Alaskan. I was expecting a drunken moose or at least a flock of bald eagles stealing groceries in a walmart parking lot.
  • August11: Badafuco: I live up here in Fairbanks and there is not a single trip to my outhouse that I don't carry bear spray and my 9mm with me when I go. Especially right now as bears are trying to bulk up before they hibernate.

    Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out.

    Is a 9mm enough? Word on the street, and by street I mean internet, is that you can shoot a bear several times before it kills you.


    Yep. You really need something with stopping power like a .357 if you don't want to be seriously mauled.
  • Badafuco: NathanAllen: Badafuco: I live up here in Fairbanks and there is not a single trip to my outhouse that I don't carry bear spray and my 9mm with me when I go. Especially right now as bears are trying to bulk up before they hibernate.

    Dying outside on the sh*tter, mauled by a bear is not how I want to go out.

    That was the talk of the fishing camp this Summer. Allegedly (anglers so they lie) a guest of an outfitter camp had decided that the weather was so nice he'd do his morning shiat with the outhouse door open.

    Bear snatched him off the shiatter and was mauled him until his friend grabbed the cabin gun and drove him off.

    Though, of all the places for a bear attack the one where you don't shiat your pants is probably a good enough one.

    I mean, there are worse ways to die, but a bear mauling while in an outhouse is up there on the list of one of the most unpleasant ways to go.


    If you are living a life where you regularly use an outhouse do you really want to avoid death?
  • Sleeper_agent: Doesn't seem very Alaskan. I was expecting a drunken moose or at least a flock of bald eagles stealing groceries in a walmart parking lot.


    Or at least the involvement of some sort of serious political corruption.
  • That's not even in the first 5 pages of most Alaskan stories.

    Ravens stealing short ribs from Costco customers.
  • Don't Troll Me Bro!: Bear attacks humans, gets killed with gunz is barely recognizable as Alaskan. How about a 450 pound seal just chillin' on an airport runway like it owns the place?

    https://www.adn.com/alaska-life/2017/10/24/in-utqiagvik-low-sealings-bring-a-unique-airplane-hazard/


    I grew up in Alaska pre-internet and there are stories.

    A bald eagle once grabbed a tourist's chihuahua in downtown anchorage while they were refueling their RV.

    An airport in anchorage (fort hood, I think) installed a rubberized waterproof coating on one of their hangar roofs and a flock of ravens ate it. The whole thing. They just decided it was tasty. TONS of awesome raven stories.

    And that's just anchorage.
  • Miss_Dorothy_Kilgallen: "The most Alaska story that ever Alaska'd"
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    /Story contained exactly zero Palins.
    //Also, no snowmobiles.
    ///Mandatory third slashie.


    Snowmobile is like the third leading cause of death in Alaska.

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    what dying in an outhouse really looks like.
  • Ambivalence: Don't Troll Me Bro!: Bear attacks humans, gets killed with gunz is barely recognizable as Alaskan. How about a 450 pound seal just chillin' on an airport runway like it owns the place?

    https://www.adn.com/alaska-life/2017/10/24/in-utqiagvik-low-sealings-bring-a-unique-airplane-hazard/

    I grew up in Alaska pre-internet and there are stories.

    A bald eagle once grabbed a tourist's chihuahua in downtown anchorage while they were refueling their RV.

    An airport in anchorage (fort hood, I think) installed a rubberized waterproof coating on one of their hangar roofs and a flock of ravens ate it. The whole thing. They just decided it was tasty. TONS of awesome raven stories.

    And that's just anchorage.


    MOAR
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