zatojones - 2008-09-18 train like you fight. fight like you train
mouser - 2008-09-18 That was too fucking easy of a simulation. The bear had a target on it's temple.
dementomstie - 2008-09-18 You can tell he's angry. Not only does he have angry eyebrows, but also the anime "headache" cross thingy. We should train our own zookeepers in this way, but for all animals not just polar bears, mainly because I want to see what the ostrich costume would look like.
Comeuppance - 2008-09-18 Speaking of the "headache cross thing:"
It took me a little while after I was first introduced to Japanese animation and comics (6th grade or so) to figure out what that thing was supposed to be.
They're veins! Notice how they're always on the temple of whatever is pissed - they're the veins in the temple.
Doctor Frederick Odd - 2008-09-18 You are wrong, Comeuppance.
Those are crosses of the WW2 german infantry. They are used in Anime to symbolize the fact that the japanese will always sympathize with the nazi agenda.
/The more THEY don't want you to know!
chumbucket - 2008-09-18 all the bears over there walk on hind legs so this is a pretty decent training simulator
TeenerTot - 2008-09-18 Now every time I go to the zoo I'll be disappointed that there isn't an encephalitic bipedal polar bear with anime anger shuffling around.
fermun - 2008-09-18 Furries in Japan are way better than furries in the states. If our furries would run around awkwardly shoving people instead of getting off through costumed frottage, I think they would be more accepted.
simon666 - 2008-09-18 i wonder if they hired a local stage actor to play the part of 'bear'.
Daniel Striped Tiger - 2008-09-18 Apparently, risk management in Japan is handled by the writing staff of Trigger Happy Television.
Hooker - 2008-09-18 You have a free tag. It should be LARP.
Cleaner82 - 2008-09-18 This isn't funny at all. That bear is suffering and all you people can do is laugh?
Diogenes - 2008-09-18 At least four or five people were mauled because they didn't just shoot the bear.