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Cyburbia Deathmatch : Nature's edition

Cyburbia Deathmatch : Nature vs. Nurture

  • Eagle - Nurture

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • Bear - Nature

    Votes: 10 66.7%
  • Other, explained below.

    Votes: 3 20.0%

  • Total voters
    15

biscuit

Cyburbian
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I vote neither. They will both be crushed by the badger.
 

mendelman

Unfrozen Caveman Planner
Staff member
Moderator
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14,141
Points
58
the bear will win, esp. if it can get hold of the eagle, then the eagle finsihed, otherwise the eagle might try to swoop and scratch and bite but the bear could easily swat the bird away.

Question for the naturists:

Which is more important - the undisturbed hibernation of a bear or the procreation of a protected national icon?
 

Cardinal

Cyburbian
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10,080
Points
34
I was a bear in a past life. I would have never done anything like this. I wonder, if the eagles pester the bear, will it leave on its own? Eventually it will move out. I wonder if that will be too late for the eagles.
 

michaelskis

Cyburbian
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20,232
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52
[joking] Did that bear get a certificate of occupancy for that thing? It might not be up to code for the use you know...

Maybe we should just cut down the tree to remove any doubt. [joking]
 

Zoning Goddess

Cyburbian
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13,852
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I am torn. A bear (Beorn) was instrumental in saving the Hobbits in The Hobbit, then the Eagles were, too, in LOTR. OK, I go with the Bear, they're fuzzier.
 
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