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January 28, 2011


A convicted killer who escaped from an Arizona prison says his plan was to overdose on heroin at Yellowstone National Park and let bears eat him.

(Thanks to Chris Elzi)


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that is just a special kinda stupid.

Too bad he failed and went back to jail. I'd rather bears got fed than him.

Bet Yogi wishes he had that for a pic a nic basket. And his little buddy boo boo.

What if the wolves had reached him first ? He was not prepared for that I think.

I have mixed feelings about this. The overdosing part is just bad but the bear thing would just be recycling at its finest.

I've got to stop reading so many Super Bowl articles. For a minute there I thought they were talking about the Chicago Bears. Bears On Heroin wbagnfarb btw.

FYI, those who haven't heard... The Packers beat the bears!

"He says he didn't follow through because of divine intervention and because Yellowstone was too cold."


"too cold" to die?

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm ...

If that's yer goal, move up here to Nodak ...

Being eaten by bears is preferable to being a packer in prison.

"The Ranger isn't going to like this, Yogi."
"Well, he can get his own then."

This guy is dumber than the average bear.

Would that be like a clown going to Yellowstone and having the bears ask if he tastes funny?

Shouldn't they add a charge to attempting to poison the bears? I'm not sure why we don't let convicted killers kill themselves if they happen to feel like it. As long as they're really guilty.

Then again, maybe I'm just in a bad mood this morning. Not enough chocolate yet.

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