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December 2, 2010

Hi-Bearnation LIMITED EDITION CALENDAR ( only 30!)

by Accidental Bear


Hi-BearNation Calendar


12 Bears with Hats – Ready for framing!


Hi-BearNation introduces a fantastical cute, limited edition calendar for 2011 featuring 12 removable pieces of art suitable for framing.

Each month features a hand-screened serigraph of a cute cub wearing an iconic hat. These prints are archival-hinged allowing you to frame them. The calendar page features a unique font each month.

More Details Here.

December 2, 2010

Nudists find opposition in an unlikely place: The Castro

by Accidental Bear

I see these guys all over Castro and after living in SF for so long, I don’t blink an eye. Shriveled up old man penis and overly tan skinned ( no lines of course) is a common site in the Castro district. One health concern though. I see “them” sitting bare-ass on pubic chairs and seats. Is that hygienic?  I mean get a mental picture and think about it next time you set your cell phone on a public chair or seat. This also applies to assless chaps ; bare-ass in full contact of seats.


December 2, 2010

Decline of the Ginger ; Say it Ain’t So!

by Accidental Bear

GINGER Decline!



Gingers add spice to life, remind me to eat carrots when I see them, make me laugh thinking about Carrot Top ( who I think is totally freakish), are sensitive sunblock sporting, freckled treasures. I was amazed at how many articles I found on the decline of red-head or even the extinction of! dun dun duuuuu duuhhhhhhh!

Are we dying out??Genetic scientists warn that redheads are a dying breed; soon they will become extinct in the next 100 years. National Geographic magazine reports that less than two per cent of the world’s population has the natural red hair.
But the future doesn’t look bright for the redheads according to the National Geographic article.
Red hair was created by a genetic mutation in northern Europe some thousands of years ago. The article reports that the gene had the beneficial effect of increasing the body’s ability to cope with sunlight; it helped make vitamin D from Sunlight. But now because of world wide interactions, the today’s carriers are more prone to skin cancer and are more sensitive to heat and cold related pain.Because of smaller percentage of redheads present in the population, it has reduced the chances considerably for the redheads to get redhead partner, so their offspring may or may not be a redhead. The redhead can produce a baby from a single redhead parent; the chances become high when both the parents are redhead however.

Some experts warn redheads could be gone as early 2060, but others say the gene can be dormant in the reproductive system for generations before returning.

It is too early to predict redhead extinction, more research and analysis needs to be done if that is the case.

We here at Red & Proud say “Don’t Panic!” We Redheads are a hardy bunch – we will survive!

December 2, 2010

Pic of the Day

by Accidental Bear

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December 2, 2010

All Eyes on : my dirty lens

by Accidental Bear

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