Archive for August 20th, 2011

August 20, 2011

COMIC: Bearmageddon

by Accidental Bear

 Check out what it’s all about bearmageddon.com 

Bearmageddon is a story about a few every-day twenty-somethings getting caught up in an all-out war on mankind by grizzly bears.  That’s all I’m going to say for now because I don’t want to spoil anything.

Bearmageddon is written, penciled and inked by Ethan Nicolle (Chumble Spuzz, Axe Cop) and colored by Noah Maas.  It is an online graphic novel, meaning it has an end in mind and will not go on indefinitely.  So enjoy the ride and feel free to send any inquiries to info@bearmageddon.com.

 

 

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August 20, 2011

Food Fight For Lives: Put Down Your Damn Phone and Drive

by Accidental Bear

 

Join the fight HERE

Are you furious at the mmount of drivers who talk on Phones and Driving. Stricter laws are needed, but in the mean time throw your food at them. Guaranteed to make them think.

We want to start a movement that will irritate the hell out of people breaking the law and make them stop and think. The punishment for people busted for driving while talking or texting is barley a slap on the wrist and way to lenient. Gruesome pictures of severed body part and crushed vehicles aren’t enough, so let’s take a different approach!

We are encouraging you to, every time you see someone on the phone and driving to throw what ever food or drink that is in your hands or easy to grab at them and get their attention and royally piss them off. I did this earlier with a full cup of coffee and boy did it feel good!

Let us know your stories and pass this own.

Accidental Bear Website

August 20, 2011

Hair Ball of the Day: Male Nude, No Frontal

by Accidental Bear

Source: beardad

August 20, 2011

Bearotic Turns us on to Irish Musician Stephen Tunney

by Accidental Bear

We give big fuzzy bear hugs with an intense press of our pelvis to the web site Bearotic for bringing  Stephen Tunney to our attention.  Stephen Tunney, a 20 year old Irish bear cub has been crawling around on all fours trying to find place to lay his head. Through the outlet of music he has found a safe place in the bear community. The out come of this journey was his album In Search of Home with the band name Retreat From Moscow. Love it! We are going to do our best to get this one to talk with us here at Accidental Bear.

Stephen puts it best. From the horses mouth read on “This project (Retreat From Moscow) was the beginning of something I felt comfortable with and something I had complete control over. I began recording in late 2009 just as I started college. I bought a really cheap acoustic guitar and found a typically 80s casio keyboard in Spain and put together my old drum kit and that was it, I had all the ingredients to make a record. I was very secretive about the whole thing, releasing teaser excerpts online once in a while. I would spend weeks neglecting university and working on a song until I was satisfied with it. The software I use tells you how long you’ve spent recording a song and in some instances it was as a high as 35 hours on one track. This was because I had to record everything by myself, instrument by instrument and tweak everything accordingly in the mix. Honestly it took forever and it might not sound like the most polished piece of work but I couldn’t be happier with it or it’s naturally occurring warm sound.”

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August 20, 2011

Jane’s Addiction Comes Alive: The World’s First User Generated 3D Concert

by Accidental Bear

What can I say but Rock with your cock out. What does Jane Say now? Sorry to get all straight on you, but fucking RAD! Perry Farrell is aging well and still makes us all moist as a snack cake down there.  On July 25th, 2011 LG and Jane’s Addiction invited lucky fans to Terminal 5 in New York to take part in the World’s First User Generated 3D Concert Film shot entirely on the LG Thrill 4G super phone. Over 100 fans captured the band from all angles using the glasses-free 3D LG Thrill 4G as the band played fan favorites like “Ocean Size” and “Mountain Song” as well as their new single, “Irresistible Force,” from their upcoming album, “The Great Escape Artist,” due out this fall. A special acoustic performance of “Jane Says” provides the perfect ending to an unforgettable evening.

by Mike Enders

August 20, 2011

Are You an expert on pop culture robots? Prove it, Where’s Wall E?

by Accidental Bear

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August 20, 2011

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by Accidental Bear

FAMILY ‘VALUES’ GROUPS LINK HOMOSEXUALITY TO PEDOPHILIA 

Jeremy Hooper notices that conservative “values” groups like Focus on the Family and the National Organization of Marriage — who publicly argue they respect gay people but oppose their right to redefine the definition of marriage — are going out of their way to connection pedophilia to homosexuality:

Pro-Bullying Campaign: ‘It Gets Better’ Videos ‘Recruit’ Kids Into Homosexual  ‘Lifestyle’

The videos are titled “It Gets Better.” They are aimed at persuading kids that although they’ll face struggles and perhaps bullying for “coming out” as homosexual (or transgendered or some other perversion), life will get better. […] Can you imagine George Washington, Ronald Reagan, or any other president telling school children that it’s okay to be immoral and that they’ll eventually feel better about it? It’s disgusting. And it’s part of a concerted effort to persuade kids that homosexuality is okay and actually to recruit them into that “lifestyle.”

Boomers Will Be Pumping Billions Into Anti-Aging Industry

AntiagingNEW YORK — Baby boomers heading into what used to be called retirement age are providing a 70 million-member strong market for legions of companies, entrepreneurs and cosmetic surgeons eager to capitalize on their “forever young” mindset, whether it’s through wrinkle creams, face-lifts or workout regimens. It adds up to potential bonanza. The market research firm Global Industry Analysts projects that a boomer-fueled consumer base, “seeking to keep the dreaded signs of aging at bay,” will push the U.S. market for anti-aging products from about $80 billion now to more than $114 billion by 2015.

Baby Elephant Shukuru Gets A Raincoat

At the northern end of Kenya’s Nairobi National Park, humans are coming to the rescue for baby elephants. Problem is, humans are also the reason why baby elephants need rescuing. An article in National Geographic‘s September issue profiles a nursery for elephants that have been orphaned mostly by poaching and human-animal conflict.

10 Most Depressing States in the U.S.

job-depressionOn its own, where you live isn’t enough to make you depressed. Personal circumstances and genes also play an important role in mental health, so an area that feels like a downer to one person may be home sweet home to another. That said, mental distress is unusually and persistently common in some states, whether due to economic troubles, lack of access to health care, or other factors.    

U.S. hikers in Iran get 8 years in prison, state media reports

Tehran, Iran (CNN) — The two U.S. hikers detained for two grueling years in Iran on spying charges have been sentenced to eight years in prison, state-run TV reported Saturday. Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer each received five years for espionage — specifically “cooperating with the American intelligence service” — and three years for illegal entry, the IRINN reported, quoting an “informed” judiciary source. They have 20 days to appeal their sentence, which was handed down by the Revolutionary Court, IRINN reported.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

August 20, 2011

Weekend Warm-up Videos: Bar of Soap In Microwave, Panda B-Day Cake, Incredible Bike Skills, Time lapse Dandelion flower to seed

by Accidental Bear