But carry a gun if you'regonna be around animals.
I'm not a hunter,I don't like hunting,
but I also hate people
who think they're really closeto animals,
like, how great is itwatching somebody
who really thinkshe understands an animal
just being attackedon national television?
And, uh, like, I read aboutpeople that don't carry guns
when they're,like, on bear trails.
And, like, they're walkingon trails
where they knowbears are gonna be,
but they don't carry a weapon
'cause they think that puts themabove the hunter.
It's, like, do you understandhow this works?
This is predator.
The bear doesn't just, like,stop you at a checkpoint
and, like, search throughthe bag and go,
"All right, we've hada lot of problems,
but you're okay. Feel..."
They say talk loud.
Like if you talk loudon a bear trail,
the animals will hearyou coming,
become frightenedand they'll hide in the woods,
'cause I guess bears are veryscared at 700 pounds
with sharp teeth of a 158-poundmush with man tits.
And they also say that youshould carry bear repellent,
which I think a machine gunis fantastic bear repellent.
But no, it's a spraywhich is the equivalent
of pepper spray,and what they say
is when the animal comes,you're supposed to spray him,
and his eyes will getall stingy.
Do you understandwhen a bear wants honey,
he jams his face intoan active beehive...
...and chews and swallowsuntil his little belly's full?
Do you know how badlybees sting you
when you put your facein their house
and eat their food supply?
Bears are getting stung on thegums, the eyes, the tongue
and all they're thinking is,
"My God,this honey is fantastic."
But people somehow think
that, like,in the midst of a crisis
when this predator is protectingits young,
you're gonna fend it offwith a little spritz.
(makes spritz sound)
Like he'sthe Upper East Side Rapist.