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    Well, technically they're from the same family. Monster weasels cranked out on PCP, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck_of_Death View Post
    Well, technically they're from the same family. Monster weasels cranked out on PCP, man.
    I don't get how wolves run away from those little things you would think a wolf would fuck it up due to it's size.

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    Oh, ho! You think so? Watch this:



    It is fairly simple: Wolves have a "fear/flight" instinct.
    Wolverines? Honey Badgers? Ain't got it.

    They are vicious and incredibly territorial animals with NO FEAR. Not an ounce.
    Hell--they're bold enough to chase off an entire wolf pack to steal their dead game.

    They will take any comer, knowing full well they may end up dead.
    Even a mighty bear would flee from them.


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    The bear just said "fuck this". lol probably due to the quickness of the wolverine they are hard to catch.

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    Black bears are often cowardly. And yes--like the wolf, it could have easily killed the wolverine.
    However, it isn't worth a life-debilitating injury (which the wolverine would have caused).

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    so what it seems to boild down to are. wolverines are little vicious annoying animals that you wish you could just shoot, but no animal has yet figured out how to use a gun.
    Im out, its been fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_ View Post
    so what it seems to boild down to are. wolverines are little vicious annoying animals that you wish you could just shoot, but no animal has yet figured out how to use a gun.
    They are just too much of a hassle for animals to want to hunt down animals like to prey on the weak or the injured the easiest target is usually the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_ View Post
    so what it seems to boild down to are. wolverines are little vicious annoying animals that you wish you could just shoot, but no animal has yet figured out how to use a gun.
    They are just too much of a hassle for animals to want to hunt down animals like to prey on the weak or the injured the easiest target is usually the best.

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    I have an ISTP friend. We have a lot in common but he is quieter and doesn't thrive on being noticed, whereas to an extent I do. Two interesting things he has said to me:

    "how come you can read me so well?"

    and

    "why do you have to be so competitive?"

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    Reversify - The Movie


    The action stunts performed in that video seems like archetypal STP dynamic action to me!
    I still think though that the creator is some NT, at least based on his random commentary and geeky video gaming Let's plays...

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