It is a rainforest mammal of the family colonellingus.
Honey BOO BOO Bear.
Is that the same guy that ran for Governor a few years back?
Wise County inbred Teddy Bear...
was it found near Primo's?
I saw one last year at my ranch in Graham, cool looking creature!
That was the look I had on my face when I saw the effect Obama's tax increase had on my paycheck.
It has that typical Wise Co meth'd out look. Poor little fella.
Watch it now, boys.
Yeah, all the Jews I ever dated were pretty kinky. The Armenians, though, were amazing.
Honey Bear don't give a shiate!!!Damn if Wise Co. isn't getting crazy. As If I need another thing to be on look at for. I already got to keep my eyes peeled for the Malone's, meth-heads, drunk driving Baptists, court house crabs, rock trucks, oil field trash, turf happy board members, bath salts, Alvoid trains, pee wee parents, crooked commisioners, Aryan nation members, murder for hire plots, good kids from nice families, and the chupacabra! What next?
A Hassidic Weirdo. Wow!!!!!
Admit it--there's a litte Rat Bastard in all of us.
I had a girl tell me one time i was a kinkajou
Just a publicity stunt to get attention.Double Fake Lemur Boy
4:10 Is that your Richard Gere?
4:41...No, honey bear it is. Try reading about this little critter and then you will get it.
I find it absolutely appalling that the Wise County Messenger didn't have this story first. Roy Eaton should resign immediately!The Jackal
Caught in Wise County, surprised some yahoo didn't kill it with his assault rifle.
3:54, Rhome truck stop Hookers!
9:14, Roy Eaton was the OWNER of The Messenger and owners don't resign. They do, however, sell and that is what Roy did a few years ago. Phil Majors is now the owner of The Messenger. How comfortable is that rock you're under?
12:49You are a little behind the times. Roy bought it back last year. You were sayin' about a rock?
@9:14 You are correct and that was FUNNY!!!!!
Back to the kunkijou...he has been rescued by an unnamed sancuary. If anyone is breeding these creatures I wish they would stop. I don't want them anywhere near me and this one was found less than a mile away from my home.
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