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    Re: Canadian Store Owner Fights Off Robbers With Bear Spray

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    Oooh yeah! Do it right Canadian-style!

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    Re: Canadian Store Owner Fights Off Robbers With Bear Spray

    I call shenanigans. The clerk smiles/laughs too much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whip View Post
    I call shenanigans. The clerk smiles/laughs too much.
    We are known as the 'polite society'...We will 'kick your butt' with a 'smile' on our face...
    Last edited by Nancetta; 06-08-2012 at 10:30 PM. Reason: typo

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    Not a great market down here for bear spray.

    Koalas are relatively harmless and they're not even bears.
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    Re: Canadian Store Owner Fights Off Robbers With Bear Spray

    Quote Originally Posted by Whip View Post
    I call shenanigans. The clerk smiles/laughs too much.
    Not only that, but bear spray is basically pepper spray, you douse somebody full on like that and there isn't any more fight...
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Not only that, but bear spray is basically pepper spray, you douse somebody full on like that and there isn't any more fight...
    That's what I thought but wasn't totally sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    Not a great market down here for bear spray.

    Koalas are relatively harmless and they're not even bears.
    There was a good documentary on PBS here in the States about koalas and how they are dealing with urban sprawl.

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    Re: Canadian Store Owner Fights Off Robbers With Bear Spray

    I watched this on the news the and thought it was great to see someone prepared for a holdup without a gun!!

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    Re: Canadian Store Owner Fights Off Robbers With Bear Spray

    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    Not a great market down here for bear spray.

    Koalas are relatively harmless and they're not even bears.
    See now that's just wrong...Koalas should be known as Koala Bears because it sounds so much cuter...However, I have heard that a Koala can get pretty ornery if the mood fits...

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    John Brown, Australian Minister for tourism in the 1980s described koalas as “flea-ridden, piddling, stinking, scratching, rotten little things”.
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    See now that's just wrong...Koalas should be known as Koala Bears because it sounds so much cuter...However, I have heard that a Koala can get pretty ornery if the mood fits...
    I would not want to be on the receiving end of those claws.

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    John Brown, Australian Minister for tourism in the 1980s described koalas as “flea-ridden, piddling, stinking, scratching, rotten little things”.
    Agggh! What a thing to say about something so adorable! Look at that dahlin' little face and that chubby, cuddly little body...How dare he??

    Quote Originally Posted by Whip View Post
    I would not want to be on the receiving end of those claws.
    Me either...Although, I wouldn't mind hugging one with an adorable face and a cuddly little body...As long as it was nice...

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    Re: Canadian Store Owner Fights Off Robbers With Bear Spray

    Quote Originally Posted by Nancetta
    Although, I wouldn't mind hugging one with an adorable face and a cuddly little body...As long as it was nice...
    Here ya go, Nancetta, 'specially for you:

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