Friday, January 29, 2010

Fearless Cat Chases Away Bear

A woman in Mont-laurier Quebec Canada is holding her toddler as she films a 3 or 3 year old bear from inside her home as the bear goes for her garbage. She attempts to shoo it away, but obviously the bear does not even know she is inside watching through a window. It seems the bear wants her garbage, and the moment the bear gingerly grabs a plastic bag of garbage a cat named mimine appears and confronts the bear. What we have next is a standoff that the bear is not sure he wants to get into. Eventually he does get the garbage bag, but he takes all precaution to avoid the menacing cat who does an admirable job of protecting the home front. It seems from the updated information I jusut recieved that the cat was actually protecting her newly born kittens.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Yellow Lab Senses Earthquake, & Runs For Safety before It Hits

As early as 373 B.C. when historians recorded that residents saw various animals from rats, snakes and weasels, deserting the Greek city of Helice in droves just days before a quake devastated the place. Accounts of similar animal anticipation of earthquakes have surfaced across the centuries since. Catfish moving violently, chickens that stop laying eggs and bees leaving their hive in a panic have been reported. Countless pet owners claimed to have witnessed their cats and dogs acting strangely before the ground shook—barking or whining for no apparent reason, or showing signs of nervousness and restlessness. All these and many more instances give rise to the question of whether or not animals have a special sense given to them by God to get out of dangers way.

In December 2004, when an earthquake accrued under the Indian Ocean a tsunami devastated many areas around India and Indonesia. While thousands of people were killed and injured from the ensuing tsunami, wildlife officials at Sri Lanka's Yala National Park have reported no mass animal deaths. It would seem that that hundreds of wild animals including elephants, leopards, and monkeys were able to sense the danger long before humans. The theory is that the animals took precautions upon themselves that kept them from harms way at the wildlife reserve.

Researchers around the world continue to pursue the phenomenon of erratic behavior among animals prior to earthquakes such as excessive barking or biting by dogs, cats scratching their owners while in their laps before hand, and wildlife running as if they are evacuating from a forest fire. However geologists, in tandem with many animal behaviorists have dismissed these kinds of reports, calling such assurances a simple case of "
the psychological focusing effect". This is what happens when people remember strange behaviors only after an earthquake or other catastrophe has taken place. If nothing had happened, they contend, people would not have remembered the strange behavior.

Well on January 9, 2010 an earthquake hit Eureka California. This 6.5 quake did
an estimated $12.5 million in damage to Eureka in widespread damage, with homes and businesses throughout the city being effected by the shaking. Humboldt County officials reported that in the whole county there were only 27 minor injuries and one severe injury of a resident who broke a hip. As the days went by however, reports began surfacing about strange animal behavior, from wildlife to pets. Residents reported that just seconds before the quake struck they saw their pets running to get away from something as if they were being chased by a predator.

In this video taken from a surveillance camera inside the Times-Standard Newspaper, you will see firsthand evidence of a yellow lab named Sophie bolting to find her owner moments before the earthquake struck Eureka. I would say that this is proof positive that animals know when the earth is moving before we do. I suggest that the geologists who claim people remember events out of sequence thus we think animals know ahead of time need to reasess the conclusion of their study. It is not, as they say a, "the psychological focusing effect", it is in fact an ability to sense oncoming danger. Whether they felt the quake beginning from deep inside the earth before we did, or they were told by God to run, animals do listen to their instincts.

Men may have instincts also, but more importantly we have knowledge of the world. Thus we can determine if an area is prone to earthquakes, floods, hurricanes or even tornadoes. Unfortunately we are fools, I say fools because even with a higher intelligence we still continue to build our homes and cities in areas that constantly get devastated by natural disasters. Then we accuse God of being cruel for allowing humans to be killed and maimed from our foolish decisions. Well, enjoy this short 26 second video of a dog who listened to the instinct God gave her.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Drive By Attack On Dog, By A Cat

Ever notice how cats just have this greater then thou attitude towards dogs? Kind of reminds me of the way many liberals in the MSM, academia, Hollywood, and politicians (on both sides of the isle I might add) have anointed themselves as superior to us common folk in the hinter lands. They are always looking down upon us with their collective noses in the air.

Well take a look at the way this cat is riding a Roomba vacuum while taking pot shots at the boxer in this video. Doesn't it remind you of the way the MSM will drive by and take pot shots at conservatives, gives a whole new to drive by hit pieces. Whether you are a cat person or a dog lover, this video is bound to make you laugh your butt off. While watching the video you will most likely begin to think, "There is only so much that dog will put up with before he nails the smarmy cat." Which is going to happen to the MSM's darling Democrats this November. We Americans have had enough of their smarmy drive by, greater than though attitudes, and we are ready to knock them off their tax sucking, fascist pushing, un-American pedestals.

Ice Fishing In Russia (Warning, Video could be brutal for some)

(If you like this video, check out the one of a kitty cat chasing away a bear)

Many of us have either ice fished or at least seen pictures or
videos of ice fishing. However, you really need to check out this video of a few guys ice fishing in Russia. While watching this video, I ask that you think about these three questions. First question is, when was the last time you saw this many fish caught by a few guys while ice fishing. The second question would be, if this was filmed in America, how many laws do you think they would be in violation of. Finally I want you to ask yourself, when did us Americans end up being less free then the Russians?

Just to set the record straight, I do not recommend we all start fishing like these guys are doing, but it does make one wonder about the many laws we have in this (America) so called free society of ours. In California alone, the laws we have to protect the so-called existence of fish far outweigh the laws in place to protect the existence of humans.

It also makes you wonder if and when PETA will get a hold of the full version of this video and use it for their wacko purposes. God I hope not though, because it's those idiots who control the Dept of California Fish and Game.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Snowmobile Traffic Jam, Venison Anybody?

These pictures were emailed to me by a friend, I don't know where it is but I wish I was there with a good rifle. I love venison, don't you?