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November 19, 2010

by Accidental Bear

Deep Thoughts from Accidental Bear:

As the the saying goes,” If a tree falls in the woods , does it have a sound if no one is there to hear it ?” ( or something close to that)

I ask you, “If a man walking through the woods has a gorgeous, mammoth beard and nobody is there to say, ” Look at that foxy ass Bear” , is he still a Bear?”

November 19, 2010

Pic of the Day

by Accidental Bear
Nick Jefferson / SF, CA ( photo by Dave Blood)
November 19, 2010

All Eyes on: Terry Richardson

by Accidental Bear

Terry, my eyes are on whatever you are doing! First time I picked up a book of yours at a local book store I wasn’t sure if I was looking at porn or not. His photographs skate a thin line between obscene sexuality, beauty. One thing I have noticed is that when there is a new, up coming celebrity, I  see him photographed with that person. Hmmmm , is there a connection between knowing Terry Richardson and your career sky rocketing?

Terry Richardson is an international celebrity as well as one of the most prolific and compelling photographers of his generation. Known for his uncanny ability to cut to the raw essence of whomever appears before his lens, Mr. Richardson’s vision is at once humorous, tragic, often beautiful, and always provocative.

Terry’s work spans a variety of mediums: he has shot music videos and commercials and is currently working on his first feature film.


Hello , if you are male or female and interested in posing nude for Terry Richardson please contact us by Email.

Please include your contact information , Phone number name and a photo ( a small jpeg) if possible.
You must be at least 18 years old and be able to provide a state issued ID at the time of the photo shoot.

November 19, 2010

Hi-BearNation : New Designs = Must Haves!

by Accidental Bear

I think these may be my favorite yet. Cute and cuddly T’s. Just imagine how you would feel Christmas morning finding one of these erupting out of your stocking.

about Hi-bearnation:

Hi-BearNation has set out to make well-designed T-shirts, offered in a wide-range of sizes, while supporting motherless black bear cubs by simply making a purchase. We plan to offer something a little different.

Why Hi-BearNation?
Late night Internet cruising often left us wanting more design choices. With everything we do we are trying to make this world a little bit better. Our larger friends are

always telling us that they cannot get cute T-shirts in their sizes. Combining all of these situations, we knew we had a problem on our hands that needed to be solved.

Help us change our community—and the world—one T-shirt at a time. Remember, it should be…as fun to put on as it is to take off…

18 N. 4th Street, Suite 711
Minneapolis, MN 55401-1977
(877) 852-GRRR

Hi-bearnation gives back:

he Idaho Black Bear Rehab (IBBR) does great work and we want to help.

Founder Sally Maughan works tirelessly to ensure that no orphaned black bear cubs are turned away from IBBR. Since 1989, with the arrival of the first orphaned cub, they have been caring for cubs in Idaho and the surrounding western states until they can be returned to their home for release.

IBBR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that does not receive any funding from any government agency. They rely solely on public and community support for funding.

With each shirt purchased, Hi-BearNation will donate 10% of the profits to Idaho Black Bear Rehab.


Idaho Black Bear Rehab, Inc.
6097 Arney Lane
Garden City, Idaho 83714
(208) 853-3105

November 19, 2010

Yay, Big Boy Swings!

by Accidental Bear

I am always having an internal struggle deciding whether and am a country bumpkin (an unsophisticated or socially awkward person from the countryside), tropical island kind of guy or a city slicker. I have already tried the geographical cure at least 10 times ( I’m a real tough learner). Where ever I plant myself I desperately want one of these , Hershey’s Kiss-shaped faux birds’ nest, big boy size of course.

The hanging pod is designed by Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety. They’re both based in Paris. Pouzet used to work with Philippe Starck on large-scale architectural commissions; Frety has worked on projects ranging from bathroom fixtures to yachts to a sustainable village in the Philippines.

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product from DEDON

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