More huge bear pictures


February 16, 2003, 05:43 PM
Here is a picture of a 9 foot black bear he weighs 880Lbs. The two hunters behind him are of the Bulchitaberasiza tribe and are 12 feet tall.

They are often quoted on the net and are specialist in judging the size of bears.

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February 16, 2003, 06:18 PM
I take it you're posting this because you have an axe to grind with somebody.

February 16, 2003, 08:19 PM
Well, I thought it was funny, but some say I am from the Bulchityajustforfunnies tribe............

February 17, 2003, 03:05 AM
I thought it was hillarius-halarius-helaris-I thought it was funny too! Think it is a reminder ya can't believe everything you see on the forums. :neener:

February 17, 2003, 06:21 AM
Unfortunately the bear behind the 6' guy with the 3' heel boots and 3' Stetson hat killed everyone in the picture and I am the only sole God's grace I survived the man-eater in a fierce battle...I only had my chop sticks at the time...a well placed utensil can do wonders (I won't say where cause it may make someone :barf: )

In the end I missed my hunting buds...oh well, but I had the highest record scoring boar ever!!!...he ended up weighing considerably more than that dog-sized bear you see laying there.
see: dead dog-sized beast with fierce man-eater approaching tribemen unawares (

You'll have to look hard for me on the I'm not much of a story teller but more of a biggg game hunter. I'm not a specialist either but the experts took and logged that monster boar into the recorded you can look it up for yourselves. Find where the deepest woods are and that's where the monster beast resided

ok I'm going invisible now... among the Bulchitaberasiza tribe

February 17, 2003, 11:46 AM
Marine tech,
You've got a private message..

And for the rest of you guys.....How could you belittle this huge ferocious beast that nearly cost me and a a small villiage in northern NM our lives.

If it wasn't for hairy chested cool calm pros like myself you never know what may have happened:neener: :neener: .

When hunting big bears like this always always use enough B.B.gun.

Compared to dauchsand this is a huge bear!!!!

the Bulchitaberasiza clan has spoken.

Ted Bell
February 17, 2003, 12:51 PM

May we assume your chopsticks were of the tactical variety?

February 17, 2003, 06:19 PM
Greetings hunters, this is the specialist who logged in mrt's record boar...I am on mrt's pc.

fyi (for your information) mrt is by now deep in the forest of the Bulchitaberasiza tribe (I always have problems spelling that). The reason I know that he's probably there by now, is cause he hopped on back of the tireless dauchsand canine, which are known to travel through the densest places at speeds reaching 40mph with a man riding on their backs.

If you so desire to contact mrt you can find him there in NM...among the Bulchitaberasiza tribesmen...they are really not difficult to find since they typically wear 3' boots and 3' Stetson hats giving them a significant overall height.

To answer your inquiry Ted - no, the chopsticks were not of tactical see, mrt can take anything you consider conventional and turn it into a very deadly weapon. I highlight "deadly"
You would of known that if you knew the type of person mrt is.

February 17, 2003, 10:33 PM
You guys are killing me! :D

February 18, 2003, 12:04 AM
I once worked with a guy that said that he shot a black bear here on the Oregon Coast that was 36 inches Between the ears.. ...:rolleyes:

He was a master in the art of BS..

February 18, 2003, 01:29 AM
Hi ya'll I'm back, the expert specialist who logged in my giant man-eating-boar which I killed with chopsticks has e-mailed me here in the woods...I'm on my lap top now - of course.
I was just notified that a MCNETT is dying...if your listening there...your in luck MCNETT cause the witchdoctor from the Bulchitaberasiza tribe is the language is tough, but I believe the doc. is saying: "free your spirit into the wide woodland... come and join us"...and "the weather is fine down here." Well, I guess that's the cure.
next: Schuey2002 has stated;
"I once worked with a guy that said that he shot a black bear here on the Oregon Coast that was 36 inches Between the ears..."

Schuey I have seen em!!! Being a native Oregonian you see a lot of things you don't want to see and hear some things you don't want to hear (like- 'reading this post is a bunch of crap') I know this is what some of you are thinking, but wait till you hear the whole story...So it was me and some Bulchitaberasiza buds down at the river fishin...oh, and of course my trusty dauchsand, I almost forgot. The fishing was great I caught a 30'' rainbow trout with my bare hands...the Bulchitaberasiza people like to step on them fish as their clodhoppers do a good job of maiming its victims...and they were doing just as well, catching bass and flounder (unbeknown to most people...flounders come into the freshwater rivers once in a great while)... so you could see we were fairly preoccupied...all of the sudden that dirty mutt, I mean my trusty dauchsand, let out a yelp...we turned to look up and seen this head running full bore straight for us..."run for you lives" I cried as I hopped on my trusty dog Sugar...the B' people are renown for their speed as you would of guessed by their great height. But this is untrue, because with all their great height they also have lots of wind resistance since they don't leave home without their Stetsons... so they were no match for the running head shaped beast...he overtook each one and with one chomp of that giant mouth and they were done this time I knew I had to do something fast...the beast (whatever it was since I couldn't see past it's head) was gaining on Sugar and I whipped that dog so hard he went into overdrive and we must of been doing ~45 mph or so...needless to say, but we survived this calamity to ride another day...
Some time ago I ran into the expert specialist guy you all know... and somehow got to talking about our scariest life experiences...I told him about the beast with the giant head...and he said it was them Oregonian there you have it.
My purpose in life is to cut through all the BS that we so often hear today and tell it like it is...I think I have mastered that art.

February 18, 2003, 03:49 AM
MRT, the picture that he included with his "polar bear" was a skinny little runt of a bear with it's nose stuck up close to his camera...

He would later show the skull and it was puny..:D

I've seen some big bears that have been taken in the Tioga unit and this wasn't one of them..;)

February 18, 2003, 03:52 AM
MRT, I was calling my ex co-worker "The Master of BS", not you..;)

February 18, 2003, 05:27 AM
someone had to teach your ex co-worker to become a Master ;)

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