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The Remote Viewer
Jul 9, 2001



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Someone made a detailed chart of which characters appear in which Police Academy movies.

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ShinsoBEAM!
Nov 6, 2008

"Even if this body of mine is turned to dust, I will defend my country."


In before

"your posting"
"its you"

ShinsoBEAM!
Nov 6, 2008

"Even if this body of mine is turned to dust, I will defend my country."


thats p. worthless though

A Wheezy Steampunk
Jul 16, 2006

High School Grads Eligible!


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...ary_affiliation

qirex
Feb 15, 2001



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...e_United_States

rotor
Jun 11, 2001

Official Carrier
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teh butts


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_bears

from teh discussion page

quote:

Blinky Bill doesn't strictly count as a bear because he's a koala, but since there's no list of fictional koalas and everyone likes koalas I've just added a little note to the effect... Lee M 03:10, 20 Feb 2005 (UTC)

This isn't sufficient justification. There are now plenty of fictional koalas. I removed it. BigBlueFish (talk) 20:04, 18 February 2008 (UTC)




i can just hear the "insufficient justification" guy saying this in that supersmug nerdvoice

Mental-Rectangle
Jun 30, 2005

by angerbotSD


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austrian_economics

RZApublican
Nov 6, 2007

So many horrible memories for Past Karkat...

Baby (Dragon Ball)

Is this character canon? Is Dragon Ball GT canon? Who decides what is and is not canon, anyway, and is it fact or opinion to say so? An eight-hour duel between two editors culminates in nearly one hundred assorted reverts, arguments posted in edit summaries, and both parties blocked for ignoring 3RR, which brings to mind the 30+-episode battles the series is famous for (with 5+ episodes being used to launch a single attack.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php...&action=history

tl;dr two nerds slap fight for eight hours over dragon ball gt

mrbradlymrmartin
Nov 5, 2008

Tune in tune out


http://www.wikipedia.org

Luigi Thirty
Apr 30, 2006

Emergency confection port.


Time Cube is a website created by Gene Ray in 1997, where he sets out his proposed theory of everything, a description of the nature of the universe. The website uses a distinctive combination of colorful large-font text, occasional black-and-white drawings, obscure statements, grandiose title banners, pictures of Ray, and unconventional grammar.

A Wheezy Steampunk
Jul 16, 2006

High School Grads Eligible!


Luigi Thirty posted:

Time Cube is a website created by Gene Ray in 1997, where he sets out his proposed theory of everything, a description of the nature of the universe. The website uses a distinctive combination of colorful large-font text, occasional black-and-white drawings, obscure statements, grandiose title banners, pictures of Ray, and unconventional grammar.

time cube rules qtiyd

RZApublican
Nov 6, 2007

So many horrible memories for Past Karkat...

clockwork sundial posted:

time cube rules qtiyd

Antillese
Feb 16, 2006



The Remote Viewer posted:


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Someone made a detailed chart of which characters appear in which Police Academy movies.
And yet you have read up on every single character except for Lassard and Hightower. So what do you have against Lassard and Hightower?

Luigi Thirty
Apr 30, 2006

Emergency confection port.


clockwork sundial posted:

time cube rules qtiyd

yeah time cube rules but a wikipedia article about bullshit is still bullshit

axolotl farmer
May 17, 2007

I had me a vision
there wasn't any television



List of all uploaded bad images, mostly cocks.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki:Bad_image_list

The Remote Viewer
Jul 9, 2001


Antillese posted:

And yet you have read up on every single character except for Lassard and Hightower. So what do you have against Lassard and Hightower?

Nah I actually just read the article on Police Academy since I haven't seen them since I was a kid and wanted to know why they were terrible. The answer is that I liked them as a kid and that's why they're terrible.

rotor
Jun 11, 2001

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teh butts


axolotl farmer posted:

List of all uploaded bad images, mostly cocks.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki:Bad_image_list

hahahaaa

edit: um, obviously i guess

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...Penetration.svg

well thank god svg is finally supported in firefox, sheesh


double edit: wow, it seriously is like 90% dongs and spooge. way to be completely developmentally stunted wikipedia.

rotor fucked around with this message at Feb 4, 2010 around 23:22

BillWh0re
Aug 6, 2001




http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_jews

Antillese
Feb 16, 2006



rotor posted:

hahahaaa

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...Penetration.svg

well thank god svg is finally supported in firefox, sheesh

Don't get me wrong, I enjoy the Wikipedia, but this is a great example of why it is kinda dumb. It's because the editors have the same mentality as the open source guys.

Some guy on Wikipedia probably posted:

Guys, the ONLY reason that Wikipedia is not a well-respected primary source is because we don't have a picture of a penis touching another penis while inserted into a vagina in a scalable vector format. Someone get on this!

The Remote Viewer
Jul 9, 2001



I know someone who might find that useful.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hitler

rotor
Jun 11, 2001

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teh butts


Antillese posted:

Don't get me wrong, I enjoy the Wikipedia, but this is a great example of why it is kinda dumb. It's because the editors have the same mentality as the open source guys.

pretty sure it's from some copyrighted porn and so they just vectorized it turned the quality knob down enough until they figured it wasn't a copyright violation any more.

FCKGW
May 21, 2006

Buttcoin is the future of online butts. Buttcoin is a peer-to-peer butt. Peer-to-peer means that no central authority issues new butts or tracks butts.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...dulent_diplomas

FCKGW
May 21, 2006

Buttcoin is the future of online butts. Buttcoin is a peer-to-peer butt. Peer-to-peer means that no central authority issues new butts or tracks butts.



also, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U

Beeftweeter
Jun 28, 2005


holy shit this os has cinepak?!?!?



List of fictional bears

Bears in literature

Aesop's Fable: The Bear and the Two Travelers

In a fable by Aesop, two travelers are walking along when a bear jumps up, causing the first traveler to hop into a tree, and the second to lay on the ground, remembering that bears do not attack prey that is already dead. The bear sniffs the "dead" man, and goes away. The first traveler comes back, asking, "What did the Master Bruin do?" The second replies the moral of the story: "Giving me really good advice, Don't trust a friend who abandons you at the first sign of danger."

Bears in books

Baloo from The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
Bear, from Bear Feels Scared by Karma Wilson
Bear, from Dog and Bear by Laura Vaccaro Seeger
Bear, from Don't Worry Bear by Greg Foley
Bear, the nickname of a male character in Night Watch who shapeshifts into a bear. His real name is never mentioned.
Beorn, from The Hobbit, by J. R. R. Tolkien, was a man with the ability to transform into a bear
The Berenstain Bears
Blinky The Bear Who Wouldn't Hibernate by Helen L. Partridge
Boris Dhishnikov in Steven Churchills 'Rising Tide'
Brer Bear, from the Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harrisand also occurs in stories by Enid Blyton
Bruin Bear, a small bear resembling a teddy bear found in Simon Green's Shadows Fall and the sixth Nightside Novel.
The Three Bulgy Bears in Prince Caspian
Corduroy by Don Freeman
Eddie Bear, a teddy bear turned private detective, featured in the books The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse and its sequel The Toyminator, written by Robert Rankin
Gladly, the Cross-Eyed Bear, a mondegreen created from the misheard lyrics of a hymn (Gladly, the Cross I'd bear…). Used in a novel by Evan Hunter.
'Hal Jam' a bear who passes himself off as a talented author in The Bear Went Over the Mountain, a novel by William Kotzwinkle.
'Hal Jam' a bear adopts this name after stealing a novel buried under a tree, passing himself off as an author in 'The Bear Went Over the Mountain' by William Kotzwinkle.
Harry, the Fat Bear Spy
Henisz, a Teddy Bear who went on the Trip around the World.
Iorek Byrnison, the armoured bear in Philip Pullman's trilogy His Dark Materials
Little Bear by Maurice Sendak
Mary Plain, the bear from a series of children's books by Gwynedd Rae.
Mary the Baby Bear, a lovable and bubbly little bear from the story "Zack's fantasy".
Mr. Bultitude in C. S. Lewis' That Hideous Strength.
Old Bear, from the Old Bear series of books
Old Bear, by Kevin Henkes
Old Ben, around which revolve the events of William Faulkner's short story The Bear.
Paddington Bear
PostBear the Postman bear, a character from the story "Zack's fantasy", who is a postman.
Rupert Bear (also known as Rupert the Bear) from the children's books by Mary Tourtel (he also became featured in comic strips and a TV series)
Shardik, the ursine protagonist of Richard Adams' novel of the same name
Shardik (Dark Tower), a 70 foot tall cyborg bear from Stephen King's The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands, named after the above
State o' Maine in John Irving's The Hotel New Hampshire.
Teddy Robinson, from Joan G. Robinson's books Dear Teddy Robinson and More about Teddy Robinson.
Theadore Rosebear, Teddy Roosevelt's best friend in Edward Summer's novel Teefr and The Legend of Teddy Bear Bob (aka "Bear Bob's Story").
Tottles the Bear — a character in children's stories.
Ursaline B. "Bear" Bruin, a Chevy Suburban-driving grizzly from the fantasy novel Collinsfort Village by Joe Ekaitis.
Winkie, a bear from Clifford Chase's debut novel that is accused of terrorism.
Winnie the Pooh by A. A. Milne
Unnamed - The Three Bears from Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Evan Bemus - The Western Kentucky Forest
Bears in comics


Traditional representation of a bear proposed to children for drawing.
"Bamse - the strongest bear in the whole world" is a Swedish comic book features several bear characters including Viktoria, Brum, Brumma, Brumellisa, Brummelufs, as well Bamse himself
Bear, from the webcomic Bear and Kitten
Biffo the Bear in the The Beano
Cornelius Bear and Téodor Orezcu in Chris Onstad's Achewood webcomic.
Crow of the Bear Clan, barbarian comic book bear
D-bear, a notoriously dim-witted bear in Pickle comics (Taiwan)
Gladly, the Cross-Eyed Bear, a mondegreen created from the misheard lyrics of a hymn (Gladly, the Cross I'd bear…). Used as the name of Baby Grumpling's teddy bear in British comic strip The Perishers
Gladly, the Cross-Eyed Bear, a mondegreen created from the misheard lyrics of a hymn (Gladly, the Cross I'd bear…). Used as a character in The Friends of Fairwood Forest series
Jasper the Bear was a cartoon which ran in Canadian magazine McLeans for over 20 years and is the mascot of Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada.
Sgt. Grumbles, the honey-loving bear from The Perry Bible Fellowship.
Lex Berko, the vegetarian scholar bear zombie from the graphic novel "Wesleyan Zombie Bears"
Marcus McBear, the hardboiled teddy-bear detective from the graphic novel, Kling Klang Klatch
P. T. Bridgeport, the con-bear in Walt Kelly's Pogo
Ralph, the "midget circus bear" in Frank Cho's Liberty Meadows
The title character from the Danish comic Rasmus Klump
Shako, the killer polar bear in the weekly UK anthology comic 2000AD.
The many bears of Gary Larson's The Far Side cartoons
Thornton, a polar bear in Sherman's Lagoon
Bears in motion pictures

Bears in film

Archie in Dr. Dolittle 2
Bear named Bear, owned by Judge Roy Bean - The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972 motion picture)
Dewey in Semi-Pro
Ling Ling the pregnant panda, in the film Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, as well as the den of kodiak bears from which the news team rescues Veronica Corningstone.
Oksana (named after Borat's wife) in Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan played by two bears, Chester and Charlie.
Teddy, a computer-animated animatronic (and highly intelligent) teddy bear in Steven Spielberg's Artificial Intelligence: A.I.
Unnamed - Adult male and cub from L'Ours
Unnamed - The relentless, man-eating bear in the 1997 film, The Edge played by Bart the Bear
Unnamed - Fisherman bear from the 1971 film Bedknobs and Broomsticks"
Bears on television

Bear, the title character from the Disney television program Bear in the Big Blue House
Bear from Word World, made up of the letters B-E-A-R
Ben, grizzly bear companion on The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams
Bungle, from Rainbow
Buttons, the womanizing teddy bear on Puppets Who Kill
The Dancing Bear, on Captain Kangaroo
Gentle Ben, about a boy and his tame bear
The Helpful Bear on the Twenty-Eighth Floor, the eponym of a song by the fictional children's musician Roofi in the Simpsons episode "Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays."
Nassur, an aggressively anti-Semitic teddy bear host of the Hamas-affiliated children's TV series, Tomorrow's Pioneers.
Paddington Bear, the famous Peruvian bear
Rupert Bear, a white bear starring in his own TV show, Rupert
Teddy, the loyal side-kick of Mr. Bean
Humphrey B. Bear, the title character from the Australian kid's TV show
The Masturbating Bear, from "Late Night with Conan O'Brien"
Animated bears

Akakabuto in the anime Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin. His name means literally red helmet, because of the fur atop his head which is completely red.
Arianna, Cleveland Brown's next door neighbor on The Cleveland Show.
Baloo (formerly of The Jungle Book), Kit Cloudkicker, Rebecca Cunningham and Molly Cunningham from Disney's TaleSpin tv series and comic books in 1990
Barney Bear from the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer theatrical cartoons of the 1940s and 1950s.
Bear, from Franklin
Bear, from Harvey Birdman
Bearmon, Grizzmon, Monzaemon, WaruMonzaemon and Pandamon from Digimon. Notice that also Etemon and MetalEtemon hold Monzaemon and Warumonzaemon's plush figures, respectively.
The Bear that Wasn't, from the cartoon of the same name. After waking up from his long winter's nap, the bear finds his home at the center of a construction project. All of the men there insist on his being, instead of a bear, a "silly man who needs a shave and wears a fur coat."
Benjamin, Howie, and multiple other teddy bears in The Secret World of Benjamin Bear
Blubber, Luke's racing partner in Hanna-Barbera's Wacky Races
Bobo, Mr Burns' treasured childhood teddy bear from The Simpsons' episode Rosebud
Bongo, the circus bear featured in the Disney film, Fun and Fancy Free
Boog, a domesticated Grizzly Bear in the CG film Open Season.
Boskov the bear in the animated series Evil con Carne
Koda, Kenai, and various characters in the 2003 Disney animated film Brother Bear
The Buddy Bears, recurring children's show bears on Garfield and Friends
Butterbear, the half-bear half-butterfly hybrid on The Wuzzles
Buttons, Bearbette, Darwin, Bearnadine, Abner and Bridget from Chucklewood Critters and several prior specials
the Care Bears (see List of Care Bears)
Chief Grizzly, the grizzly bear chief in Hoodwinked.
Cindy Bear, Yogi Bear's girlfriend, created by Hanna-Barbera.
Curtis E. Bear, the Courtesy Bear. Appeared in The Simpsons episode Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers" as a mascot at a road rage class.
Disabear, from Deko Boko Friends.
Flippy, Disco Bear, Pop and Cub, bears from Happy Tree Friends.
Gordon a bear bean scout in Camp Lazlo
the Gummi Bears from the popular Disney animated series.
Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch: Hanna-Barbera
The_Hillbilly_Bears, a Hanna-Barbera_Productions animated television series, featuring Paw Rugg, Maw Rugg, Floral Rugg, and Shag Rugg.
Humphrey Bear, a Walt Disney character appearing in 1950s shorts, usually harassing Donald Duck
Julie Bruin - ursine spoof of Julie Brown; one-shot character from Warner Bros Tiny Toon Adventures.
Kumanee and Kumakawa of Damekko Doubutsu
Kissyfur - Animated series in the United States from the 1980s about two run away circus bears that now live in the Bayou.
Little Bear
Little John was a bear in Disney's version of Robin Hood
Mr. Panda from Ranma 1/2, actually Ranma's father cursed to transform into a panda when exposed to cold water.
Munchlax, Snorlax, Teddiursa, Spinda, Teddiursa and Ursaring from Pokémon.
Paddington, bear staying with the henrys who loves marmalade in the adventures of paddington bear.
Rupert, teddy bear belonging to Stewie Griffin, a character in Seth MacFarlane's "Family Guy"
Sebastian Star Bear and his sidekick Souki, from the 1991 movie "Sebastian Star Bear: First Mission". The movie is about 90 minutes long and was created in the Netherlands. All images were drawn in China.
SuperTed of the UK animated series of the same name, created by Mike Young.
Tim, Cleveland Brown's next door neighbor on The Cleveland Show.
Vincent, a grouchy black bear in the DreamWorks film, Over the Hedge.
Winnie the Pooh. A cartoon bear created by A. A. Milne.
Yogi Bear and his pal Boo Boo, created by Hanna-Barbera
Unnamed - Bears (several characters) in the Walt Disney Studios animated film Brother Bear
Unnamed - Eddy and the Bear
Unnamed - The Three Bears, Looney Tunes characters by Chuck Jones
Unnamed - Sailor bear who catches the magic bed while fishing in Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Unnamed - The Siberian Bear in the cartoon The World of David the Gnome
Pedobear
Animatronic bears

Billy Bob and Beach Bear from the Showbiz Pizza restaurant house band, The Rock-afire Explosion.
"Zeke and Zed and Ted and Fred, and a bear named Tennessee," the bears of the Country Bear Jamboree at Disney theme parks
Bears in advertising


Smokey Bear
The Great Root Bear and its wife, Rosie Bear - Corporate mascots for A&W Root Beer
The Happy or Laughing Bear for the Bear Wheel Alignment Company[1]
Polar Bear and Pamela Bear, animated mascots for The ICEE Company, as seen on TV ads.
Misha, the mascot of the 1980 Summer Olympic games
Panda, the mascot for WWF
Peppy the Polar Bear from British Fox's Glacier Mint commercials
Sleepy Bear, the Travelodge Bear, mascot for Travelodge, as seen on TV ads and SPEED TV.
Smokey Bear, mascot of the U.S. Forest Service. He is also only semi-fictional, as he was based on a real orphaned bear cub also named Smokey.
Snuggles, the fabric softener bear
Sugar Bear, mascot for General Foods Corporation's Post Sugar Crisp cereal
Unnamed - Talking polar bear from British Cresta soft drink commercials of the 1970s
Unnamed - Polar bears from international Coca-Cola commercials
Unnamed - Grizzly bears in ads for Charmin toilet paper
Unnamed - "There's a bear in the woods. . ." Presumably representing the Soviet Union, this bear appeared in Ronald Reagan's campaign advertising.
Unnamed - The polar bear mascot for Klondike bars
Unnamed - The polar bear mascot for Nelvana
Bears in alcohol advertising

Bundaberg Polar Bear used widely In Bundaberg Rum Ads in Australia.
George, the bear in the British Hofmeister Beer commercials of the 1980s. "For great lager, follow the bear".
Hamm's Beer bear and its wife, Harley bear
Unnamed - The Labatt's Blue bear
Unnamed - Anderson Valley Brewing Company's mascot is a beer: part bear, part deer.
Unnamed - the bear on the Barenjager honey liquor bottle (the name means "bear hunter")
Unnamed - the polar bear mascot for Les Brasseurs du Nord's Boreale beer.
Bears in the performing arts

Bears in plays

The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare famously includes the stage direction "Exit, pursued by a bear".
Puppet bears

Baby Bear on PBS's Sesame Street
Bad Idea Bears from Avenue Q
Basil the Bear on Sesame Park
Bear, Ojo, and Ursa from Jim Henson's Bear in the Big Blue House
Bobo the Bear from Disney's Muppets Tonight
Buttons the Bear from Puppets Who Kill
Fozzie Bear
Humphrey B. Bear
Sooty, Cousin Scampy and Soo (a panda bear)
Bears in poetry and song

The Bear who went over the mountain in the popular children's song The Bear Went Over The Mountain
Fuzzy Wuzzy, an English nursery rhyme.
"Teddy Bear," a No. 1 hit in 1957 for Elvis Presley and one of the cornerstone songs of his career.
"Teddy Bear," the title character of a 1976 country No. 1 hit by Red Sovine. Teddy Bear was the CB handle for a young crippled, fatherless boy, who longed to ride along with truckers.
Unnamed - The picnicking bears in John Walter Bratton's lilting 1907 song, "Teddy Bears' Picnic." (Originally the "Teddy Bears' Two-Step.")
Bears on radio

The Cinnamon Bear is Paddy O'Cinnamon from the hero of the 26-part Christmas radio series, THE CINNAMON BEAR, created in 1937 by the late Glanville T. (Glan) Heisch.
Drunky the Bear, a character on the Monsters in the Morning radio show.
Carmichael the polar bear, guardian of Jack Benny's money vault.
Teddy bears

Main article: Teddy bear
U.S. president Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt refused to shoot a bear in Mississippi. That bear became the prototype for the Teddy bear, which is a stuffed animal toy.

Aloysius, the teddy bear of Sebastian Flyte in Evelyn Waugh's novel Brideshead Revisited; the model for Aloysius was Archie, the teddy bear of John Betjeman, who appeared as himself in a children's book by Betjeman, Archie and the Strict Baptists.
Bear, the mascot of the Windows 3.1 (and later Windows 95) team
Bobo, Montgomery Burns' long-lost teddy bear in The Simpsons cartoon episode "Rosebud".
Corduroy, Don Freeman's classic teddy character
Mabel, Elvis Presley's teddy bear.[2]
Marcus McBear, the hardboiled teddy-bear detective from the graphic novel, Kling Klang Klatch
Mister Woppit, mascot of Donald Campbell, breaker of speed-records killed on Lake Coniston in 1967.
Nassur, an aggressively anti-Semitic teddy bear host of the Hamas-affiliated children's TV series, Tomorrow's Pioneers.
Pooky, teddy bear from the comic strip Garfield.
Rupert, teddy bear belonging to Stewie Griffin, a character in Seth MacFarlane's "Family Guy"
Smacky, Bucky Katt's miniature teddy bear in the comic strip Get Fuzzy
Tatty Teddy, who appears on greetings cards
Teddy, teddy bear belonging to Thurston Howell, III, a character on "Gilligan's Island"
Teddy Edward, star of children's books and a BBC Television series.
Teddy Ruxpin, the popular animatronic teddy bear from the 1980s.
Winnie the Pooh, teddy bear of Christopher Robin Milne, son of A.A. Milne.
Unnamed - teddy bear belonging to Radar O'Reilly, a character on "M*A*S*H"
Bears in video games

Banjo and his sister Tootie in the Banjo-Kazooie video game series.
Bark the Polar Bear (Sonic the Hedgehog) - Playable fighter in the arcade beat em up Sonic the Fighters.
Bear, a playable character from TimeSplitters: Future Perfect.
Bentley Bear, the main player character from the 1983 arcade game Crystal Castles, a game which was also ported to different game platforms.
Cresent Grizzly — a maverick from Mega Man X5 who is designed like a grizzly bear.
Enviro-Bear, the unnamed main Enviro-Bear from Enviro-Bear 2000 (PC) and Enviro-Bear 2010 (iPhone)
Grizzly Slash/Crescent Grizzly, a Maverick from Mega Man X.
Kuma — a character from the Tekken fighting series. Bodyguard of Heihachi Mishima.
Misha, Rexxar's bear in World of Warcraft.
Panda - a character from the Tekken fighting series. Companion of Ling Xiaoyu.
Unnamed - Grizzly Bears and Polar Bears are available to adopt in Zoo Tycoon, both the original and sequel.
Polar - Baby polar bear from Crash Bandicoot
Yoyo and Brave Son from the Incomprehensible Grizzly Bear arcade series.
Bears of myth and legend

Drop Bear, an urban mythical marsupial in Australia said to be similar to the Koala Bear.
Ursa Major and Ursa Minor the two bear constellations, sometimes also referred to as the big dipper, or the drinking gourd.
Bear Claw, a bear of legend believed to have slaughtered millions in the forests of New Windsor, New York.
Notes

^ http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/1995...earing-species/
^ On August 1, 2006, CNN reported that Barney, a Doberman Pinscher employed as a security dog at Wookey Hole Caves, had destroyed parts of a valuable collection of teddy bears, including one which had belonged to Elvis Presley, which was valued to be worth $75,000. The insurance company insuring the exhibition of stuffed animals had insisted on having guard dog protection.
"He just went berserk," said Daniel Medley, general manager of the Wookey Hole Caves near Wells, England, where hundreds of bears were chewed up Tuesday night by the 6-year-old Doberman pinscher named Barney. A security guard at the museum, Greg West, said he spent several minutes chasing Barney before wrestling the dog to the ground (Elvis’ teddy bear leaves building the hard way: Guard dog rips head off Presley's $75,000 toy in stuffed-animal rampage, Associated Press, Aug 3, 2006).

mantralord
Apr 28, 2004


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mermaid_problem

qirex
Feb 15, 2001



rules

rotor
Jun 11, 2001

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welcome to 18 posts ago u scrub

DjLizard
Aug 8, 2005

What wozatar?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Babypamper.jpg

ugh, loving worse than goatse

Beeftweeter
Jun 28, 2005


holy shit this os has cinepak?!?!?



rotor posted:

welcome to 18 posts ago u scrub

post needed more bears

JDAMS CURE PASHTUN
Apr 15, 2007




http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...ties_in_fiction

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rotor
Jun 11, 2001

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DjLizard posted:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Babypamper.jpg

ugh, loving worse than goatse

baby poop when they're just infants is weird, at that age they haven't eaten enough stuff to start smelling bad inside, so the poop doesn't smell much different than the milk that was to begin with.


This has been a Parenting Moment with your host rotor

Janitor Prime
Jan 22, 2004



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...oyager_episodes

Thread over

JDAMS CURE PASHTUN
Apr 15, 2007




http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Hobbits

this article is way too long

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Sniep
Mar 28, 2004

All I needed was that fatty blunt...



King of Breakfast


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shirle..._County,_Kansas

qirex
Feb 15, 2001



That's easy to beat http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...rprise_episodes

How about
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_adoption

The Remote Viewer
Jul 9, 2001


I said most worthless things from wikipedia, not most worthless replies in YOSPOS.

RZApublican has been the only good one so far.

Beeftweeter
Jun 28, 2005


holy shit this os has cinepak?!?!?



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deskto...f_Desktop_Linux

Sir DonkeyPunch
Mar 23, 2007

I didn't hear no bell


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemtr...nspiracy_theory

but drat if i don't love reading about conspiracy theories

qirex
Feb 15, 2001



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pogs#Military_uses

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Dec 27, 2006





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