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Cách chống với Gấu

Thực ra gấu sẽ không tấn công bạn khi bạn giả chết,mà nó sẽ nhai bạn ngấu nghiến ngon lành và khi đó bạn sẽ chết thật =)) Mình từng đọc 1 bài viết,gấu là loài ăn tạp,tay rất khỏe,1 tát có thể vả chết cả 1 con ngựa,chạy nhanh hơn con người. Gấu không phải loài chủ động tấn công con người trừ 2 trường hợp đói hoặc bảo vệ con mình ra thì có 2-3 cách phòng tránh. 1/ Cầm cái que thật dài và lớn,càng cao càng tốt,giơ lên trời để tăng chiều cao của bạn,vì đa số loài vật sẽ không dám tấn công 1 sinh vật lạ to lớn hơn mình và hét thật lớn để hù dọa nó. 2/ là chạy ziczac,chạy vòng quanh cái cây chẳng hạn,vì từng đọc ở đâu đó rằng,loài gấu k có thiên phú chạy ngang nên bạn chạy vòng quanh 1 cái gì đó thì sẽ làm giảm tốc độ chạy của chúng. 3/ đa số loài thú hoang thì vốn sợ lửa,bản năng sinh tồn rồi. Vì hầu như chúng chỉ nhìn thấy lửa ở các vụ cháy rừng nên đó là nỗi ám ảnh của chúng,tất nhiên đống lửa phải đủ lớn. Còn bạn giả chết,chỉ có thể làm con mồi của chúng nhanh hơn mà thôi.

BREAKING News: Restrained man pleads with police in fatal incident in Minnesota

Raw video: Man pleads with Minneapolis police that he can't breathe while an officer presses his knee into the back of his neck. The man was taken to a hospital but died a short time later. Mayor Jacob Frey said four officers involved in the restraint of a black man who died have been fired. The man who died was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. He died in police custody after video captured him pleading that he could not breathe as a white officer knelt on his neck and kept his knee there for several minutes after the man stopped moving. Here’s a little more on the policy of kneeling on a suspect’s neck: In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect’s neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option

Mediaite’s Tommy Christopher says CNN host ridiculed for 'stupid questions' to Biden

Mediaite’s Tommy Christopher is an outspoken liberal who even notes his political leanings and hatred of President Trump in his Twitter bio – but Christopher didn’t approve of Bash’s interview, either. “The most infuriating, yet encouraging, parts of the interview were when Biden was not just asked extremely stupid questions, but was then pressed on those extremely stupid questions,” Christopher wrote. “The first of these was related to Trump’s mockery of Biden for wearing a mask in public on Memorial Day… there are a lot of ways for a journalist to approach this issue.” Christopher then wrote that Bash could have noted that Trump’s comments contradict his own experts, or simply asked for a response and let Biden go to town. “But Bash went with ‘He’s trying to belittle you for wearing a mask, making it seem like it’s a sign of weakness. Is it?’ Christopher noted. “Now, some people might defend this by saying these journalists are just asking the question, maybe acting as st

Twitter slapped a warning label on one of Trump’s tweets referring to mail-in ballots for the first time Tuesday

The president, within minutes on Tuesday, accused Twitter of “interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election based on fact-checking by Fake News CNN and the Amazon Washington Post,” while adding that the platform is “completely stifling FREE SPEECH,” and vowing that “I, as President, will not allow that to happen.” . @Twitter is now interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election. They are saying my statement on Mail-In Ballots, which will lead to massive corruption and fraud, is incorrect, based on fact-checking by Fake News CNN and the Amazon Washington Post.... — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 26, 2020 . @Twitter is now interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election. They are saying my statement on Mail-In Ballots, which will lead to massive corruption and fraud, is incorrect, based on fact-checking by Fake News CNN and the Amazon Washington Post.... — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 26, 2020 Trump doesn’t elaborate on how he intends to stop it, bu

Meghan McCain rips Memorial Day weekend partiers, says they're on 'Girls Gone Wild' During COVID-19 Crisis

Meghan McCain  had strong words Tuesday for people who gathered on beaches and at pool parties over Memorial Day weekend despite the  coronavirus pandemic. "I was very upset over the weekend over this because, again, I've been completely isolated and quarantined, and all I want to do by August is be able to buy a crib for my baby in a store and visit my father's grave. That's it," McCain said. "That's all I want to do before the fall, and to see people sort of, like, rubbing their nose at all the sacrifices of our first responders, and there's still so much unknown about this virus. Look, I've been very, very disheartened and it's happening everywhere. It's a red state [and] blue state problem." Sheriff’s deputies and beach patrols tried to make sure people kept their distance from others as they soaked up the rays on the sand and at parks and other recreation sites around the country. White House coronavirus task force

Sen. Tim Scott: Joe Biden made the “most condescending and arrogant comments toward the black community he has ever heard.”

Republican Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina said he's offended by  Joe Biden 's "arrogant, ridiculous" comment to a black radio host that if he's struggling to decide whether to support Biden or  President Donald Trump  in the general election then he "ain't black." "That is most condescending and arrogant comment I've heard in a very long time," Scott, the sole black Republican serving in the US Senate, said Friday on Fox Business. The remarks come after an interview on the radio show "The Breakfast Club" in which host Charlamagne Tha God told Biden he should come to the studio in New York City for another interview, telling the former vice president that "we've got more questions." "You've got more questions?" Biden replied. "Well, I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black." Charlemagne responded that &

Schumer compares Mitch McConnell to Herbert Hoover, calls Obamagate a 'discredited conspiracy theory', Spar Over NY Post Cover

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer  criticized his  Republican  colleagues on Thursday, claiming they were wrong to focus on Obamagate, which he called a discredited conspiracy theory, during the  coronavirus pandemic . "For the Senate and President Trump to spend time on this when we have a COVID crisis is just absolutely absurd," he said during an interview on "The View." "We should be focusing on helping people through this crisis, not pursuing already discredited conspiracy theories." Co-host Meghan McCain had asked Schumer whether he could say with 100 percent certainty that Obamagate — alleging that former President Obama worked to undermine Trump — was a conspiracy theory. Schumer defended Obama by indicating that he appropriately responded to concerns about Russian interference in the 2016 elections. "Well, I didn’t say it," he said. "17 intelligence agencies — these are nonpartisan. These are people who have risked the

The View co-host Joy Behar prompting Meghan McCain to bring up Kavanaugh saga

Joy Behar  panned the idea that the media should "believe all women" who allege sexual misconduct and denied applying a different standard to Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh. "To me, if you say I believe any woman who makes any accusation -- if you say that, I think it minimizes our credibility as women, and then nobody's going to believe anybody at some point," Behar said. The co-hosts were discussing former NBC host Matt Lauer's full-throated attack on Ronan Farrow's reporting, which cited a woman accusing the former "Today" star of rape. That prompted Behar to reference allegations against former Vice President Joe Biden and President Trump. Behar added: "So these things have to be thoroughly investigated, thoroughly vetted. I would like to have all 24 of the women who are accusing Trump of sexual assault be vetted and let's hear from them also. Let us hear from [them]. We heard from Tara [Reade]. Let's he

Mika Brzezinski responds to new tweets from the president on Wednesday, May 20.

President Trump  apparently struck a nerve Wednesday with a Twitter message that referred to MSNBC "Morning Joe" host  Joe Scarborough . Scarborough's co-host and wife  Mika Brzezinski  fired back, both on TV and on Twitter, then claimed she had arranged to speak with officials at Twitter regarding the content of Trump's posts -- and her call for the president to be banned from the social media platform. “A call is being set up with @jack and the GC,” Brzezinski  told her nearly 1 million Twitter followers , referring to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and the company’s general counsel. In particular, Brzezinski objected to Trump messages about Scarborough that the president posted Wednesday and on May 12. In the May 12 message, Trump had called for authorities to reopen an investigation into the 2001 death of a former congressional aide to Scarborough – a case that authorities have said was accidental, with no foul play suspected, according to The Washington Post.

Meghan McCain swipes Seth Meyers for 'sucking up' to Gov. Whitmer, warns conservative women not to appear on his show

"The View" co-host  Meghan McCain  knocked "Late Night" host Seth Meyers over a friendly interview he had with Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. During the virtual sit-down on Monday, Meyers discussed the heated stay-at-home battle Whitmer has faced against protesters in her state but also discussed her potentially being Joe Biden's running mate, her thoughts on the the "Saturday Night Live" impersonation she recently received, and her newly-installed punching bag she has been using and whether or not she ever "rotate names." After seeing an article shared by NewsBusters, which claimed that Meyers had "sucked up" to Whitmer during the interview, McCain offered a warning to other conservative women who may get invited to appear on "Late Night." "Caveat emptor for ANY conservative or right leaning woman naive enough to go on his show. Trust me on this one," McCain wrote. McCain, perhaps subtly,