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    (Original post by TSR Mustafa)
    Man put his whole life into this post O_O
    Haha

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    I killed a lion today lol. I'll pm you the full details (with a pic of me smiling by the dead lion) so you can write a report about it

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    (Original post by Sword of Justice)
    cool story bro
    Come on bro let's cut the sarcasm and be nice. I am a very friendly person

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    (Original post by Sword of Justice)
    You seem more like a sheep in a wolfs clothing.
    Oh come on man why insult me bro. Why is everyone so mean. Why do you you want me to die?
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    (Original post by Sword of Justice)
    lol Krom laughs at your four winds.
    man I was the kid in school who smiled at people who didnt have many friends, helped people with hmwk, and just give back to the community in general.

    but you make me wish i hadnt done these things. you are a big fat meanie who is very selfish and inconsiderate. this is going out of my comfort zone but forgive me. I am really sorry ive had no choice but to call you this and i will NO LONGER get bullied from people like you!!!
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    (Original post by Sword of Justice)
    If you wish you didnt help people, then that shows who you are now, ...someone who mocks animals an wishes death upon them? I think you were never then this person you claimed to have been, and may be mistaking yourself for someone else...if you were a good person back then, you should be a good person now...saying you have taken a pic with a dead lion? Nah, not cool/
    no no i needed the skin as its an ingredient used in Chinese medicine


    i wish i didnt have helped people because of YOU.thats right YOU


    YOU

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    (Original post by Sword of Justice)
    I guess it must be an... ancient...chineze... secret.It doesnt matter what bad dons upon you from any entity, if you are good, then nothing can change it, hence you are mocking dead animals, thence the questioning of if you ever were a
    mocking dead animals is your assumption
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    The bear, on the other hand, was groping slowly but surely for the tiger's neck. The tiger, agile and strong as it was, was less enduring. It was used to killing instantaneously. It was not adapted for a drawn-out struggle, and soon the tablesturned. It was getting the worst of the fight. The bear's powerful jaws closed on its throat. The cat roared hoarsely and beat about in death pains. That was the end of a unique
    https://www.google.com/#hl=en&tbm=bk...+the+tables%22

    the bear slowly, but surely, conquers the tiger and kills him. By this duel the problem of the desired territory is solved for ever.' It is not so,
    https://www.google.com/#hl=en&tbm=bk...s+not+so%2C%22

    very large black bears of that region are powerful enough to achieve the incredible and defeat a tiger in fair fight
    https://www.google.com/#tbm=bks&hl=e...+fair+fight%22

    and another bear, where a Tiger was in the beat, howling dismally, fled to the hills. Captain M. H. Hunter related that in a beat he shot a Tiger ...
    https://www.google.com/#hl=en&tbm=bk...hot+a+Tiger%22


    LUCK NOW - The bears fought better than the tigers but they fought in a laughable style.106 Fanny Parkes adds that the King had also arranged a fight between two tigers and a horse who had the distinction of having killed two tigers earlier.
    https://www.google.com/#tbm=bks&hl=e...+the+tigers%22

    But to my amazement, the little bear rose on his hind legs, growled ferociously, and slapped out with his small paws. The tiger pulled up in surprise. Four times the tiger returned to the attack; four times the little bear engaged in his desperate . bluff, and he won. The tiger, after its last attempt, turned tail, climbed high into a plane tree, and refused to descend. The little bear was unharmed.
    https://www.google.com/#hl=en&tbm=bk...s+desperate%22

    On two occasions I have seen Himalayan bears walk off with tigers'kills.
    https://www.google.com/#tbm=bks&hl=e...s%27+kills.%22

    https://books.google.com/books?id=61...0tiger&f=false

    This to a Himalayan bear who fears nothing, and who will, asI have on several occasions seen, drive a tiger away from its
    https://books.google.com/books?id=Io...0tiger&f=false
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    (Original post by Proxenus)
    mocking dead animals is your assumption

    Who the hell are you talking to.
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    (Original post by Sword of Justice)
    Who the hell are you talking to.
    Someone who has deleted their comments?? who else bro
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    (Original post by Proxenus)
    I'm a trollin
    See how that works, you altered stuff? So I ask again...who were you talkin to?
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    (Original post by Sword of Justice)
    See how that works, you altered stuff? So I ask again...who were you talkin to?
    My answer still remains the same bro ^^ no need to ask again you autistic boy
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    (Original post by Proxenus)
    My answer still remains the same bro ^^ no need to ask again you autistic boy
    damn u got him
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    (Original post by K.C)
    damn u got him
    Sure he did, he got the picture a troll can be trolled. lol
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    (Original post by Sword of Justice)
    Sure he did, he got the picture a troll can be trolled. lol
    y u bully me
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    (Original post by K.C)
    y u bully me
    whoa....duo accounts?
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    (Original post by Sword of Justice)
    whoa....duo accounts?
    see what i mean in my previous posts. ur a big fat meanie. no one likes bullies. i am a very kind person please be nice to me as god is watching. wait till judgement day
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    (Original post by Sword of Justice)
    whoa....duo accounts?
    sugoi desu ne
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    (Original post by Proxenus)
    see what i mean in my previous posts. ur a big fat meanie. no one likes bullies. i am a very kind person please be nice to me as god is watching. wait till judgement day
    What evers....troll on.




    http://books.google.com/books/about/...d=ZyBTHQAACAAJ

    Indidegous to the Asian tiger, Afghanistan sent lions to Chinese emperors as gifts in order to get the right to trade with Silk Road merchants. *(205 B.C. to 220 A.D in China) and during the Tang Dynasty (716-907 A.D.)
    http://arts.cultural-china.com/en/9Arts10159.html



    My mother taught me the elephant will defeat the lion, the lion defeat the tiger . . . the cat defeat the mouse, the rat.
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Jun 28, 1997
    http://nl.newsbank.com/nl-search/we/Archives?p_product=AT&p_theme=at &p_action=search&p_maxdocs=200&p _topdoc=1&p_text_direct-0=0EADA32AE924DB1B&p_field_direc t-0=document_id&p_perpage=10&p_sor t=YMD_date&s_trackval=GooglePM
    6th colome down

    http://www.google.com/search?q=china...gLvvIGoCg&sa=N



    The lion, we should submit, when compared with the tiger, is a noble animal; he possesses more confidence, and more real courage; he likewise differs in his permanent attachment to his mate, and protection of his young; while the tiger shows no partiality beyond the period of heat in the female, and is himself frequently the first and greatest enemy to his own offspring.
    http://books.google.com/books?id=xe4...=0CDYQ6AEwAzgo









    Clydes introduction about lions vs tigers:



    The lion is the agressor:


    The lion has a harder strike, and is mentally wired in battle:


    The lion usually has no fear of the tiger, while tigers usualy fear lions:


    The tiger dosent have the knock out power to K’O a lion


    Peoples missenpertations of why the tiger is said to be smarter:


    Tigers are not calculated fighters:


    People in general think the tiger is superior:


    Lions have manes, while tigers have no such protection:


    The lion has superior power and tactics:


    Basis his opinion upoun experince:



    (1 9 3 5)
    Seven 1 CLYDE BEATTY AND HIS ANIMALS HERE THURSDAY Clyde Beatty and his lions and tigers. Beatty Is the most talked of animal trainer In the world and presents with his own circus one of the greatest collections of wild beasts ever assembled. Few who see wild animals In cages realize the vast amount of , danger and expense neces- to get them there. The greatest danger lies In capturing the wild animals in their native country. With Cole Brothers-Clyde Beatty circus, which will give two performances in Emporia Thursday on the Katy grounds, there are several hundred wild animals, most of which were captured in the forests and jungles of their native country."There is no more ticklish or dangerous task than tracking lions in she vast Nubian deserts," said Beatty. "The scorching sun pours down with such force that few men can stcnd it. The effect on the eyes is blinding. There Is little or no shade. The wariest and most careful hunter may be tracking an animal and at tha same time be tracked by the animal he is seeking. which may spring on him at any moment."For capturing full-grown lions, large traps of various forms are used. One trap Is square, one of the sides lifting upon a spring like the old-fashioned mouse trap. The trap Is baited with a piece of fresh meat and as soon as the lion has entered the trap the door shuts down and he Is a prisoner.

    http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/10233973/


    His harmless weapons are a kitchen chair, a whip and a revolver filled with blank cartridges. Clyde Beatty says he's tried working with tame animals born in captivity, and he prefers wild ones any time. Tame animals are just like spoiled children they've been pampered and petted until they refuse to do anything.

    http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/11877338/


    THREE ARE in position and suddenly Sultan and Brutus are at it. There is snarling and growling and Beatty moves fiercely about the floor and swears a blue streak to the cage handlers .to open the. chute door so he can get the tigers out.


    ~The Corpus Christi Caller-Times 13 January 1963 › Page 16
    http://www.newspapers.com


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    Beatty, who became recognized as a wild animal trainer at the age of 16, prefers wild animals to those bred in captivity. Wild creatures have more fear of man, he explains, and therefore behave better than tame lions or tigers.... They will be on exhibit in the menagerie tent. Fed Horscmeat Thebig cats are fed horsemeat daily except Sundays

    ~Clippings on 22 October 1947 › Page 7

    http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/22273865/


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    Much more important is a sixth sense-an instinct that tells you how far you can go with each cat each day." "There is no such thing as a 'tame' jungle animal," says Beatty. who has dozens of scars to prove his point. 'Once you back down and show a little fear you're licked and from then on your life isn't worth a plugged nickel." Beatty, incidentally, prefers to use only jungle-bred animals. He said: "Contrary to popular belief they are less dangerous than those born in captivity. Part of the job is to bluff the animal. It i hard to convince one raised in captivity that man is formidable. "Try to convince him and you have on your hands the equivalent of a sullen obstinate child whose parents have been to indulgent. "It's all in a lifetime,"
    http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/8810070/


    “This is due not to any inability of the animals to acclimate themselves but the fact that in the fights which frequently occur between the lions and tigers the 'tigers are almost invariably'killed”

    http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/21429094/
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    The lioness was the aggressor and attacked first, fastening her teeth with a vice like grip into the neck of the tiger, The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (1884-1942), 11 August 1924, Page 6http://eresources.nlb.gov.sg/newspap...11-1.2.43.aspx

    The lion is not king without a reason.

    In comparison, the Bengal Tiger — India’s national animal — is a furtive large cat which slinks about in the dense undergrowth. Whilst magnificently graceful and elegantly clad in striking stripes, it relies on strategy and guile in making its kill. Lions are more transparent. They hunt in a pride and can even take down an elephant. The tiger is a solitary hunter and can even be done in by a pack of wild dogs.
    https://ahlu-india.com/tag/bangladesh/


    http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/a...Today-20160412
 
 
 
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