posted on Oct, 22 2011 @ 08:56 PM
48 Wild Bears, Tigers, Lions and Wolves Escape Enclosure.,
I'm not too far from where this happened. And let me tell you, if I had woke up this morning and found a bear in my back yard, I would be eating bear
for dinner. Don't get me wrong, I love animals. Just some taste better than others.
But on a more serious note.
You would see this guy on the local news at least once a year concerning these animals. Most of his neighbors were scared to death of the fact that
the state would let this go on legally. Especially in an area where people live in close proximity to where these animals were kept.
Now you see this guy on the news this year. He has let the animals out of their cages and then shoots himself in the head over a pending divorce? This
goes against his previous statements that he has taken every precaution to insure the public safety. When in fact his actions show that he was
thinking only of himself and the need to fuel the most extreme case of animal hording I have ever seen.
I also see a lot of you on here complaining about the fact that the police have shot a lot of these animals. So let me ask you this.
What would you do if you walked out of your house in the morning to get your newspaper and saw a full grown Lion, Tiger or Bear looking at you as if
you were a steak?
Would you turn to run away?
All I can say is good luck with that. You wouldn’t make it back up your driveway to call anyone. You would be breakfast.
That’s why the police had to do what they did. These animals are predators; they see no difference between you and a deer in the woods or an
antelope on the savanna. You run, they pounce. That's what they do. So I can’t blame the police for their actions. They only had the public’s
safety in mind. They had to do what they had to do. Which is their job.