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Werewolves are real !!!

Postby ciscop » 01 Jun 2010, 09:27

well.. kind of
look at this group of kids


what a bunch of emo losers

hahaha then again.. i used to wear all black since i was into metal music back then
and i also painted my hair blue for the highschool yearbook photo
so who am i to judge?
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Re: Werewolves are real !!!

Postby Scepcop » 01 Jun 2010, 15:17

In India, there was a case where a whole village saw a werewolf.

See this documentary:

Part 1 of 7:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-pXjd_acEw

Another clip:

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Re: Werewolves are real !!!

Postby Craig Browning » 02 Jun 2010, 04:13

My ex and I owned a real wolf (who, at a 135 lbs thought she was a 3 lb Pomeranian lap-dog) for several years, my health being the only reason we had to get rid of her (she went to the National Wolf Reserve and did educational shows within the school system). However, in having such an animal and learning to watch them you can see how some of the legend came into being. One biggie being the fact that unlike K-9s Lupine can stand straight up and down vs. the angle dog's must stand at. The can easily walk in the position short distances.

Aside from humans, wolves are the most intelligent mammal in North America with an intelligence average comparable to a four or five year old kid. That means they can figure things out and actually learn to words, knowing exactly what they mean and to whom they apply. I'm not talking Parrot or anything like Scooby Doo, but you can make out some of what they mouth or "whine" out as it were.

Wolves likewise "sing" it's a humming sound they make and from a distance, sounds like a young girl singing a tune of some kind. What makes this spooky is seeing the wolf standing from behind... the way the light hits them (her) makes them look like someone wearing a cloak & hood... toss in the singing and you're certain to freak out when coming face to face with the lass. . .

One of the other unnerving things Kahli would do is stand less than 18 inches from you, facing you. With the flick of her "wrists" she could jump up and over a 6 foot tall man (me, namely) in the blink of an eye... it's frighteningly fast!

Wolves are pussies... the love to be pampered, sleep on the water bed, roll in the good smelling herbs and each anything chocolate or of the dairy persuasion. Kahli likewise had a penchant for hunting moles in the back yard with our cat Tigger. The hunting of the moles was a good thing but the hockey game they would play with the little critters was rather disgusting...

Wolves can and do become surrogate mothers; aside from some of the more dramatic human tales around such Kahli ended up adopting three baby raccoons when their mother got hit on the freeway in front of our home.

Another interesting note... did you know that Wolf-Dog Hybrids... the ones that are most dangerous are the ones that have more dog gene in them vs. the wolf gene?

Wolves kill for two reasons only; food or defense. Dogs on the other hand kill simply for the sake of doing it, especially when in a pack.

The best wolf hybrid to own should be no less than 65% wolf, preferably a female (they are smarter, not as stubborn and far easier to work with) and bred with a k-9 breed that is closer related to the wolf. For an example; Malamute, Husky, Samoyed vs. Labrador, Coon-Hounds, Poodles, or Rottweilers.
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Re: Werewolves are real !!!

Postby ciscop » 02 Jun 2010, 06:51

really?
a wolf?
hahaha
not sure how will i feel having that on my backyard

i know magicians that own lions but they live in cages in awfull conditions i wouldnt want that either
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Re: Werewolves are real !!!

Postby Craig Browning » 02 Jun 2010, 22:09

I've had several exotics over the years. My favorite tale is the summer we had a baby elephant in the show and my step-kids were constantly telling their friends to come over and see their new dog... :lol:

Up until the MS really started grabbing hold of me, I've always had animals of most every size and shape. The wolf was certainly one of my favorites for so many reasons. And by the way... she rarely stayed in the backyard. She was more of a pampered house wolf :D
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Re: Werewolves are real !!!

Postby Nostradamus » 09 Jun 2010, 05:34

I saw a wolf in the wilds of Alaska. It barked at me and I interpreted the bark to mean, "This is my valley please move on."It's a majestic animal.
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Re: Werewolves are real !!!

Postby ciscop » 09 Jun 2010, 08:03

Nostradamus wrote:I saw a wolf in the wilds of Alaska. It barked at me and I interpreted the bark to mean, "This is my valley please move on."It's a majestic animal.


you speak wolf?

i speak australian parakeet
but only telepathically
so far i can get him to shit on my shoulder
aaaaaaaaaaaarjjjj !!!
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Re: Werewolves are real !!!

Postby Craig Browning » 10 Jun 2010, 01:18

Nostradamus wrote:I saw a wolf in the wilds of Alaska. It barked at me and I interpreted the bark to mean, "This is my valley please move on."It's a majestic animal.


I can't say for certain in that I wasn't there, but a bark from a wolf may have been two different things;

1.) Just letting you and the rest of his pack know that he knows you're there.
2.) Enjoy yourself but know you're being watched... and if we get hungry you may be invited for supper. :lol:

Truthfully, wolves will rarely attack unless they are hungry or the classic mother protecting her young. If you know how to actually speak dog/wolf however, it's relatively easy to survive should they get a bit more curious about you... I'm not kidding, there is a lot of language with such animals, most of it in how you stand, the position of your head, hands, etc. If you were to literally submit by rolling onto your back, let them sniff you, chances are exceptionally strong that they wouldn't bother you from that point on... so long as you understood your position in the pecking order.

Nat. Geo had a series on for a while about a guy and his wife, who lived with an actual pack of wild wolves. It was interesting to see how they kind of devolve into cave people in order to do their research but they're not the only such "zoologist" that do this level of investigation, nor the first.
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