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Rocket Bear!

It sounded bad on paper too!
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Get a stuffed grizzly bear, attach wheels to it's feet, strap a saddle to it's back, and insert a small jet propulsion system up it's "tradesman's entrance". Hop on, ignite, and just wait for the news chopper to follow you.
notmarkflynn, Oct 06 2011

not quite a rocket! http://www.youtube....watch?v=TTDuGaTRiJU
[xandram, Oct 07 2011]

Pope, woods. Bear. http://www.urbandic...in%20the%20woods%3F
[mouseposture, Oct 07 2011]

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       This could be the perfect weapon to combat the teleporting deer menace. [+]
Alterother, Oct 06 2011
  

       It may have sounded bad on paper, but it reads well when you hear it.   

       [+]
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 06 2011
  

       And another [+] makes 1.
swimswim, Oct 06 2011
  

       Yeah, you liars, bun up already.
Alterother, Oct 06 2011
  

       So this idea *is* what I thought it was.
FlyingToaster, Oct 06 2011
  

       Paint it red. Call it the Rocket's Red Bear.
RayfordSteele, Oct 07 2011
  

       Xandram, I think that link is the women's version of this idea. I hope.
blissmiss, Oct 07 2011
  

       That would depend on what it crashed into.
Alterother, Oct 07 2011
  

       Well, supposing it crashed into the Pope, for example?
mouseposture, Oct 07 2011
  

       Why is the Pope way out in the woods?
Alterother, Oct 07 2011
  

       <link>
mouseposture, Oct 07 2011
  

       Well, what we have here is a tiny little contextual error; you see, the Pope is already 'giving a shit' in the woods when the Rocket Bear crashes, so the literal answer to the question is 'yes'. However, we have yet to determine whether or not the Pope has concern for the welfare of the Rocket Bear, the condition of the forest, or any of the other variables effected by the crash. Further examination of the facts at hand is obviously required. If, as the postulation specifies, the out-of-control Rocket Bear actually makes physical contact with the Holy Father, I think we can safely assume that the Pope might give a shit (in the derivative sense).
Alterother, Oct 07 2011
  

       Yes, Socrates.
mouseposture, Oct 07 2011
  

       I would like to propose that the right to bear rockets be an amendment to the second amendment of the U.S. bill of rights.   

       I second the proposal! How can we properly defend our homes and loved ones without legal access to bear rockets? After all, Rocket Bears are perfectly legal, and they're practically the same thing!
Alterother, Oct 08 2011
  

       // Why is the Pope way out in the woods? //   

       Based on the available evidence, the credible options appear to be:   

       (a) Attending a HitlerJugend reunion;   

       (b) Sexually molesting juvenile males;   

       (c) Both (a) and (b).   

       Not that we're prejudiced against nonces, catholics, nazis etc. you understand.
8th of 7, Oct 08 2011
  

       I do, actually.   

       Am I the only one freaked out by the frequency with which we've found ourselves in agreement lately? I think I liked it better when we were mortal enemies...
Alterother, Oct 08 2011
  

       Only one of you is mortal.   

       (All men are mortal. [Alterother] is Socrates. Therefore ... oh, the Hell with it.)
mouseposture, Oct 08 2011
  

       Keeping me right in line tonight, aren't ya?
Alterother, Oct 08 2011
  

       Nope. Chuck Testa!
4whom, Oct 10 2011
  

       Now you've got me hoping for a solid rock-eyed stand.
RayfordSteele, Oct 10 2011
  

       I like the pattern the first eleven annotations make above, at least on my screen.
sqeaketh the wheel, Oct 11 2011
  

       Very Cool.
blissmiss, Oct 11 2011
  
      
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