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Old Yesterday, 08:39 PM
 
Location: SWFL
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The perp, good grief. It is not always a "perp". They even say it on little kid's threads. And it demonstrates zero knowledge of science. This lady is obviously mentally ill. Perp. Good grief. Be thankful you don't suffer from mental illness.
Who says I don't? I'm here trying to talk logic and it's falling on deaf ears. Good grief.

"Perp" I like "perp".
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Old Yesterday, 08:48 PM
 
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LOL, basically. Obviously this woman has some SERIOUS mental problems. I mean, she even tried to get the Lion to DANCE with her, for Pete's sake!!!
I feel like the lion was dragged into a possible dangerous situation by this lunatic. She really needs serious psychiatric attention. If he even laid a paw on her, he could have got shot. Watch the woman sue the zoo for lack of security or the right kind of fences.
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Old Yesterday, 09:00 PM
 
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Yeah, she posted it on her instagram account and said God was protecting her. Now police need to find out what they can and arrest her dumb “three letters” as my late mother in law used to say.

6 months in jail and another three years picking up trash on the freeways might smarten her up, but I doubt it.
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Old Yesterday, 09:54 PM
 
Location: Canada
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Another Dawin award recipient.

It's pretty sad that zoos need to build better fences to keep people OUT of enclosures, rather than to keep animals IN.
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Old Yesterday, 10:21 PM
 
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All comments on this topic has to be approved by ocnjgirl it seems.
Am I allowed to even say the word Darwin on this site now??
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Old Yesterday, 10:28 PM
 
Location: EPWV
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Just saw this on the news tonight. Her waving at the lion. Then, from the back view, kinda hard to see but looked like she had both hands up on each side of her head, where her fingers were going up and down. Reminded me of when we were children, and would make faces, sticking out our tongues, doing one of those, "Nyah, Nyah's". Like I said, reminded me of when we were children. This is a grown woman. She needs a good Gibbs slap on the back of the head.
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Old Yesterday, 11:42 PM
 
Location: So Cal
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Has it been established that she has mental issues? I admit that the first thought I had was that she was drunk or high on something.

I laughed at and agreed with the poster who said that the lion seems to be looking at her like she's a nutcase. It reminds me of dogs who seem to be able to differentiate between full-grown, adult humans and baby humans. The babies seem to get a separate pass from the dogs.
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Old Yesterday, 11:44 PM
 
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Where is the best place for suicidal people?
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Old Yesterday, 11:55 PM
 
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Yes, it reminds me of the guy in Alaska who thought he and the grizzlies had some kind of spiritual union and finally was killed by them (along with his gf, who wanted nothing to do with the bears herself). There was a documentary about him as he documented his entire journey through Alaska to bond with the bears. It was really so odd, as I thought he'd be some outdoorsy type, but he was effeminate, and he talked to the bears in baby talk ("Who was a naughty little boy?" kind of stuff.
That was kind of like the way Steve Erwin talked to animals, namely alligators. I remember my grandpa watched him a few times and he believed the guy was truly crazy in the head, I dont think it surprised anyone when he was killed by an animal either, it was bound to happen with the way he acted around them.
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Old Today, 01:51 AM
 
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Another reason that zoos are just wrong, shouldn’t exist.
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