Sunday, October 23, 2005

Go Figure

“Unlike hikers who noisily announce their presence to nearby bears, hunters move quietly through the forest in hopes of getting close to wildlife. Unfortunately, sometimes the wildlife they get close to turns out to be a grizzly bear,” Heidi Godwin, of the Sierra Club’s Grizzly Bear Project, said in a press release.

Gee, I thought hikers were quiet and ATV's were noisy?

1 comment:

Wong Online PoKér Hu said...

Hunters are the real men. Personally, I think that they resemble the true American spirit. The is precision, accuracy, and sensitivity. Hunters are the epitome of subtlety and perfection.