But It Can't Hold Pool Cue Without Help
Their crews see Billy and head down the street on the lawn tractors and never come back,” said the frustrated neighbor. “Mark and Dawn even offered to host a neighborhood watch meeting in their house and I said, ‘Dude, you have a bear playing pool 10 feet away from where we’re supposed to sit. What if Billy sees us and thinks snack?’ ”
"Nice Kitty... Oh, God, Please Be A Nice Kitty"
BERLIN, Germany- A tiger escaped its enclosure at Cologne Zoo in western Germany and killed a zoo keeper before being shot dead by the zoo's director, police said. The tiger slipped through an open gate and fatally attacked the 43-year-old keeper. "It appears the gate wasn't properly shut," the zoo director told the Associated Press. The Siberian tiger was a 4-year-old male called Altai that fathered three cubs previously but was currently having trouble mating with a new, diffident female arrival.
Pool Lice Ruin Olympics For Water Polo Player
LONDON, England- Digby Latham worked for twelves years to make the UK mens waterpolo team and a bad case of pool lice undid his dreams just as they were being realized. "Just couldn't bloody take it... I had to give up my spot on the squad. The BBC said they couldn't have me live on air scratchy my junk but I couldn't stop it. Damn bloody buggers, pool lice ruined it for me," said the frustrated athlete.
Friendly Moose Bites Off Ear After Posing For Picture
GRAND RAPIDS, Minnesota- It is very tempting for humans to "humanize" wild animals and believe they mean no harm. But sometimes that thinking can lead to real trouble. Just ask Jonny Gomez who posed for a picture with a local moose, who then bit part of his ear off. "I thought it would make a great Facebook picture, me and a moose, cuz' the thing acted like it just wanted to poke its head in and hang out but once the shutter went it just chomps me. I'm like... really? Dude, you just ate my ear? Man, you suck."
Bears Ruin Vacation
YELLOWSTONE, Wyoming- Many Americans hit the road during the summer months and often they choose America's national parks as a destination. In tough economic times, the choice of how and where to spend your vacation is more and more a factor, too. Brenda and Bert Borchardt thought they had figured out how to maximize their vacation budget, except for one factor-bears! Once their five and six year olds saw bears inside their van there was no way their two kids would ever sleep inside again during this road trip vacation, and certainly not outside in a tent. "We splurged for a hotel for a few nights but then had to head for home. Damn bears ruined everything," said the disgruntled Brenda Borchardt.