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    How to Fight a Bear

    Just in case you ever find yourself one-on-one against a bear, this might come up useful. I know some pastors who would look at one or two of their board members as bears. If you're one of those pastors, you'll probably enjoy this video even more!

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    1. Joaquin on Fri, August 29, 2008

      I’m pretty sure this is Mark Batterson’s next book

    2. CS on Fri, August 29, 2008

      Ooh, ooh!  I found some Grizzly Bear fighting suits online, if anyone wants one!


    3. David Richardson on Fri, August 29, 2008

      Funny stuff!  Really enjoyed watching this.

    4. Peter Hamm on Sat, August 30, 2008

      I am grateful for this pointless waste of space on the net. We need more of this!

    5. Carl on Tue, September 02, 2008

      This was pretty crude humor. (British humor usually is.) You should probably warn people when posting stuff like this.

    6. Tim on Wed, September 03, 2008

      Is this what MMI has come to?

    7. Ron Yost on Mon, September 08, 2008

      Not hilarious, but as Larry the Cable Guy would say, “If you don’t think that’s funny, you can just get out of here.” It’s really sad when religious types are so holy that they lose their sense of humor.

      As a church planter here in Western Maryland, I know this video would open up many opportunities for conversations that would easily facilitate introduction of God into the mix.

      Regular, unchurched people who laugh at this stuff are not interested in hearing from religious types whodon’t like a little middle school humor

    8. Steve Long on Sat, September 20, 2008

      I found this to be just a bit over the edge and suggestive. I’ve seen you post similar humor before on your site, thought I should say something, but didn’t.

      Over the years, I have had friends, colleagues in ministry who thought they could stay on the edge in their thought life, and saw them flame out spiritually. I don’t think this is appropriate for ministers of Christ to dwell on nor portray in or through the church.

      By the way, I don’t agree with Ron’s assessment. Those who are unbelievers are always watching to see if our message rings true with authenticity.

    9. steveguy on Fri, October 10, 2008

      hmm, nice to watch it ......  got to know how to fight a bear


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    10. Jerry on Fri, October 17, 2008

      Hunting the back country here in Montana, for deer, elk, etc… backing slowly away from Grizzly can be most encounters. The exception is a sow with cubs. They attack without warning. Playing dead, most often, is the best defense. Pepper spray is often suggested, but must have at least a 15 ft stand off distance. If you carry firearms, practicing shooting in a simulated panic situation is a good idea. .44 mag, .45 ACP, 10MM, 50 cal handguns are useful. Armor penetrating 12 gauge ammo performs well also. Rifles .30 caliber or higher are best. The best idea is to stay out of bear country.


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    11. Michael on Sun, October 19, 2008

      Great video, thanks for informing us!


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    12. vivian on Sun, October 26, 2008

      I don’t agree with Ron’s assessment

    13. vivian on Sun, October 26, 2008

      I don’t agree with Ron’s assessment

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