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    [–] Bear perfectly follows the falling liquid unbalanced_checkbook 63 points ago in oddlysatisfying

    People in my area used to bait bears before the hunting season with old donuts and bricks of rejected candy.

    Bears get addicted to sugar to the point where they will lie around waiting for it, not foraging for normal food. They become overweight and their teeth fall out and they get so lethargic they'll just lie down and die.

    It's really sad, but luckily it's illegal now.

    [–] [Apps] Tree With Falling Leaves Live Wallpaper ($1.49 -> Free) unbalanced_checkbook 3 points ago * (lasted edited 2 days ago) in googleplaydeals

    For me it just pops up after I hit "set wallpaper".

    [–] Update University of Alabama expels student over racist social media videos unbalanced_checkbook 3 points ago in PublicFreakout

    Imagine being an employer, getting a resume, Googling that name, and seeing this come up....

    She'll be lucky to get a job at 7-11.

    [–] Update University of Alabama expels student over racist social media videos unbalanced_checkbook 5 points ago in PublicFreakout

    I'm still fucking confused why she made and posted that video... like she recorded it and thought "the world needs to see this brilliance"?!

    I read that she posted it to her "finsta", which I recently learned is slang for a "fake instagram" account that people share with close friends and is private. Then someone reposted it publicly.

    [–] Always Sunny-Science is a liar sometimes:The argument against evolution unbalanced_checkbook 15 points ago in television

    Just came out recently that fox news watchers are literally less informed than people who watch no news at all.

    Actually that study was in 2012. We've known about the Fox Effect for years.

    [–] I made bike racks with shelf unbalanced_checkbook 1 points ago in bicycling

    Hah, that's genius! I never would have thought of that. I might pick up a couple pairs of those for the garage!

    [–] Not a fan of the booties unbalanced_checkbook 6 points ago in BetterEveryLoop

    If that makes you feel better, sure.

    [–] Not a fan of the booties unbalanced_checkbook 6 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago) in BetterEveryLoop

    The owner in this video is wearing yoga pants and a light jacket, pretty safe to assume the dog would’ve been fine.

    Apparently it's impossible to imagine that someone would be proactive and buy something like this before it's needed, and even put them to use early so their pet could get used to them.

    Had dogs my whole childhood in MN, I never had to hold it while it shit or put stupid booties on it in the winter.

    Hi neighbor. North Dakota here. It's fucking balls ass cold. In the last month we've seen, what?, like 15 days that were below -10 F? Maybe you should quit being an asshole and buy your pets some protection in this horseshit weather.

    I’m willing to bet the dog you are referencing in your source without a link

    Referencing my source? Are you talking about the statistic that I made up, which was mocking your made up statistic? You want a link for that shit, dumbass?

    So dramatic, let the downvotes continue to rain.

    K

    You're trying way too hard.

    [–] Not a fan of the booties unbalanced_checkbook 13 points ago in BetterEveryLoop

    99% people who care enough about their pet to not want them to get 2nd degree burns or frostbite on their paws.

    Source: dog owner who had to hold his dog while it shit for a month because of frostbitten paws.

    [–] Obama: Fox viewers ‘living on a different planet’ than NPR listeners unbalanced_checkbook 2 points ago in politics

    If you think that your average NPR lister is somehow 45% smarter, than you are a fool.

    Then it's a good thing I already covered this part.

    You can't seem to grasp the difference between intelligence and ignorance. Nothing in this article, nor nothing I've said, has anything to do with intelligence, but you keep talking about it.