As we all know, bears are not to be trusted. They are godless killing machines. There’s no debating this; it’s just the way it is.
Thankfully, if we ever meet one in the wild, we now know what to do. After a bear was spotted in Rhode Island, reporter Julie Tremmel of local NBC affiliate WJAR was assigned (we think) to remind Rhode Islanders about the basics of bear safety in case they are ever out filming a local news segment in the middle of a forest. While we’re unsure if some of the methods displayed here are the best route to take, we’ll defer to the experts on this one.
Charlie Crespo (@Little_Utopia) is the editor-in-chief of Little Utopia.
Previously from Charlie Crespo:
♦ Carne Asada Fries: Fusion Cuisine at its Finest
♦ Lou Reed, Kanye West, and the Failure of “Yeezus”
♦ Viral Video of the Day: The Best Game You’ve Never Seen
♦ Jennifer Lopez’s Love Doesn’t Cost a Thing, but a Performance in Turkmenistan Sure Does
♦ The Dwight Howard Free-Agency Saga Can’t End Soon Enough