Has anyone seen "Grizzly Man"?

by Low-Key Lysmith 26 Replies latest jw friends

  • return of parakeet
    return of parakeet

    Steve Irwin all over again.

    If you keep messing around with large wild animals, they will eventually kill you, and no amount of charisma or sincerity or whatever will save you.

    Bears, crocodiles, and stingrays don't give a rat's ass about those things.

  • Satanus

    I think that a lot of these nature guys are kind of crazy; steve erwin, austin stevens, that corwin guy.....


  • jgnat

    Idiot. Died in 2003. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timothy_Treadwell He should be put up for a Darwin award.

    His story reminds me of Christopher McCandless.

  • jgnat

    Lots of "nature guys" are perfectly fine. They are smart enough to know the land and be prepared. Here are some smart nature guys.


  • NomadSoul

    Do they play the audio recording?

  • frankiespeakin

    Hey here some footage of his bear attack:


  • Satanus

    Great youtube:)


  • Glander

    The director, Werner Herzog, said he would never release the audio of these two people being torn to pieces. Too gruesome.

    I remember see him on a talk show. Completely full of crap.

  • new22day

    I grew up in bear country and I want to see this film. It's easy to simply write "Grizzly Man" off and ignore the fact that he actually succeeded in living alongside the bears for thirteen (13!) summers.

    I like this comment by Charlie Russell (different Russell - lol), who studied bears for 42 years and raised/lived with them in Kamchatka, Russia for a decade...
    "If Timothy had spent those thirteen years killing bears and guiding others to do the same, eventually being killed by one, he would have been remembered in Alaska with great admiration." [ 5 ] Russell was also critical of the film Grizzly Man, writing, that if Palovak "really was a protector of bears, she should have looked for a film maker who would have been sympathetic towards them." [ 5 ] (from wikipedia)

  • whathappened

    Yes, I saw it. What a horrible way to die. We must respect that bears are wild animals and not get too close. We think the grizzly man had some mental problems. He did not use common sense.

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