We’ve all been there: you see a full-grown bear that appears to be injured, and you want to do the right thing, because having a bear owe you a solid is a better long-term plan than having an IRA. So you’re thinking should you wrestle that bear into your car and drive them to a busy parking lot? I’m afraid the answer…
So, there I was, just scrolling through the internet, right? I see an interesting headline about some bear accidentally rolling a manual Subaru down a hill in Colorado, so I click it. Almost immediately, my eyes are drawn to this: “Two or three bears get stuck in cars each week in the area, officials say.”
Colorado newspaper the Steamboat Today reports that local business owners Todd and Kim Robertson woke up on Monday morning to see the back bumper ripped off of their Ford Focus, complete with bear prints on the paint. They never saw the bear in the act.
A car dealership in Minnesota wanted to highlight a few of their new models at a local ice rink. Too bad their polar bear mascot couldn’t keep his footing. While the commercial might not have sold any new Mitsubishis, the outtakes are hilarious.
Deadspin is pleased to announce our 2016 Bear of the Year. After a great deal of consideration and deliberation, we arrived at a clear choice: Bear Who Was Covered In Shit And Pissed.
There really aren’t any words I can put here that will enhance your enjoyment of the video above, because it’s just that fucking good. So let’s hit the GIFs:
The No. 55 Mazda Prototype conked out not once, but twice in front of the marshal bears decorating the fence at Petit Le Mans. Look, guys. Once is a goof, twice is a pattern. Bears are hungry. At Road Atlanta, they’re hungry for cars. Please remember not to feed the bears.
I was always under the impression that a bear’s natural habitat was a Studebaker, but I guess since that marque’s been dead for decades, it only makes sense that they’d have migrated to a new brand by now. According to one black bear in Jefferson County, Colorado, the preferred choice is now Subaru.
Driving a race car is a dangerous activity, which is why celebrations in victory lane should be enjoyable and not the stuff of your worst nightmares. Right? No, not right. There are race tracks out there that make winning drivers pose for photos with live bears, rattlesnakes and other dangerous animals—oh my!
I like to imagine this bear thinks it’s opening the office refrigerator. “Leftover dad, eh. Mmm, hey, anybody’s name on those screaming kids in the back?”
New video is emerging of Russia’s heavy bomber sorties and naval cruise missile strikes against targets in Syria. This includes some pretty amazing bomb and cruise missile drop sequences and footage showing the bombers’ fighter escorts, which included Iranian F-14A Tomcats and Russian Su-30SM Flankers.
Russia has now integrated its strategic bomber assets into its air campaign in Syria. Tu-22M3s Backfires, Tu-95MS Bears, and even Russia’s precious handful of Tu-160 Blackjack bombers have all delivered ordinance onto targets in Syria. This comes as Putin himself has announced that a bomb did indeed take down…
This amazing photo shows fighting machines that were built as enemies, the B-52 Stratofortress and the Tu-95 Bear, along with the later Cold War era KC-10 Extender and An-124 Condor, all sitting together peacefully on the same ramp. Clearly it was shot at a time when both sides were trying to make the best of the…
Well, I guess this is what happens when you send Formula Drift pro Ryan Tuerck to the northeastern corner of Europe.
Drew Hamilton, an Alaska Department Of Fish & Game tech, was chillin' by one of the McNeil River State Game Sanctuary's waterways when a gigantic bear came lumbering over to his campsite, sat down, hung out, and went on his way.
Nightmare Bear needs to get in the car, but it can't fit its huge head through the front door. The struggle continues for over a minute until everyone gives up and makes Nightmare Bear sit in the back.
The Los Angeles Auto Show may be in full swing, but the biggest shocker this week in California didn't come from inside the convention center — it came from a bear in a Lamborghini who shut down traffic yesterday afternoon.
A man driving around with a pet bear in his Lamborghini shut down traffic on an LA street yesterday because he was driving around with a bear, a real bear, in his Lamborghini.
These past few years we, as a nation, have been lulled into a false sense of security, but this video will surely shock us back into action. I ask you, what is the number one threat to America? Bears.
Here's a little something to help you get your morning started right, courtesy of yet another Russian with a dashboard camera and an indestructible bear.