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Cleatus 1 month ago
#4 Idaho state law 18-5003 (2) states: “It shall be an affirmative defense to a violation of the provisions of this section (cannibalism) that the action was taken under extreme life-threatening conditions as the only apparent means of survival.” This was added to the law against cannibalism which actually provides for a legal and legitimate defense for said crime of eating your friend.
       
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Hody 1 month ago
#1 Bungs that bears develop are usually only in bears in more northern regions where they hibernate for longer and form because the digestive tract has had time to absorb fluids leaving it dry and hard. Never heard of bungs being formed to keep stuff out but it does help keep things in so the body can extract more nutrients during long hibernation.
       
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Con 1 month ago
Hody,

I seem to have stumbled upon the "bung hole" origin story
       
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Mave 1 month ago
Hody, That doesn't explain how or why someone discovered this fact about bears.
       
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Thaddeus 1 month ago
Mave,

Government funded research sometimes reveals bear @$$ facts.
       
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Jos 1 month ago
#12 ADCHO=ACHOO?
       
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Mave 1 month ago
#8 Sorry but it takes less force than you might think to break the average neck.
       
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Lainie 1 month ago
#5 They forgot to list the town of Bird In Hand which is in the vicinity of the rest of those pervy towns.
       
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“When bears hibernate they generate a mucous wax to cover their buttholes so that nothing can get in.”

 

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