Wednesday, November 15, 2006

One of the great things about the unusual weather that global warming creates is that we get to see what happens to animals who hibernate for 6 months out of every year when they can't sleep. Take the bears in Siberia, for instance. It's apparently too hot for them to finally settle into a winter slumber.

Consequently, The woodlands of Siberia are being inundated by what is basically an irritated troupe of tired, insomniac bears roaming around moaning about the heat, wishing they could fall asleep and people are apparently scared.

When you think about it - Insomniac Bear sounds like the name of a more or less powerful but generally unknown superhero.

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