How To Get Yourself Killed In A National Park In Honor Of Canada's 150th Birthday

This kind of stuff actually does happen.
How To Get Yourself Killed In A National Park In Honor Of Canada's 150th Birthday

We live in a strange world. 

A world where people are willing to risk their lives to take a selfie, a world where people DIE trying to take a selfie, and a world where people are so disconnected from nature, they'll risk getting attacked by a freaking bear, just to have something to post on Instagram.

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I know bears look cute, and I know that teddy bears have trained us from birth to love the furry bastards, but this woman clearly should have realized how dangerous and stupid it was to get out of the car near a 200 pound flesh shredding machine. 

The most frustrating part of all this comes from one of the comments in the original thread: 

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How to get yourself killed in a national park in honor of Canada's 150th birthday

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How to get yourself killed in a national park in honor of Canada's 150th birthday

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