The grizzly book sounds all wonky -- instead try the book, "Grizzly Bear Attacks."
It's kind of a CSI reconstruction of all attacks in N. Amer. over last 30 years. Using evidence like what parts were in the grizzly tummy?
Plus, helpful "lessons" like:
"Betty's error was to think this was the time to play dead -- she should have fought this hungry male," or,
"Silly Betty, she mama grizzly who ate her was only concerned about cub safety. Had Betty only played dead, the grizzlies would have run away."
To enhance impaact read aloud over campfire w/ shots & dope.
then 1 of you quietly slips away for a while and then....
Lindy West give Paul Constant copy of The Portable Dorothy Parker, Paul Constant read Dorothy Parker, freak out, Dorohty Parker out, PAUL CONSTANT BECOME CONSTANT READER!
CONSTANT READER WILL REVIEW NEW UNAUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY OF SARAH PALIN BY KITTY KELLEY!
Welcome back, Paul.
And no, I don't feel like letting it go.
We're all fucked when the grizzly cavalry gets here.
I'm trying to come up with a good novel idea for this year. I thought I had something solid last year, but I got bogged down with research and it ground to a halt after just a few days. I think I'll leave the cybernetic bears to someone else though, thanks.
How about a drug addled misogynist yuppie fuck being eaten by a grizzly while trapped under a land rover?
The podcast will have you in stitches.
Overall, David Knibb's _Grizzly Wars_ presents a balanced analysis to an issue that is mired in complexity and misunderstanding. Grizzly repopulation efforts have often been undercut by sensationalized fear that has no basis in statistical models.
I, for one, will very much enjoy him at the reading tonight. With fava beans and a nice Chianti.
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