Sunday, November 5, 2023

I fucking hate tourists .......

 

I fucking hate tourists  ....they are  generally ........mostly in large .....annoying cunts!!!!! .....destroying shit ........taking pics of  everything ........and  dropping garbage ........ and  of  course ........ the  dopiest cunts ever .........  the wankers that mess with wild animals....... .a......and that is usually white cunts....... and all ......annoying as fuck ..,....why do white people  want to think anim als like them .......when you here the word....... wild...... it is  not usually  good  ....black guys smoke weed.....drink  .....and  go to strip clubs ..........becasue they know  ......its not good .....they are smart ....not white cunts  ...thinking  the  can play with wild animals  ......stupid bastards  ......no   they do not like us we are food to them .....you know  prey ......yep .......just look at these  cunts ......useless ........


‘Clueless’ tourists shown crowding around grizzly bear mom, cubs in video from Yellowstone visitor: ‘They were getting even closer as I left’

The National Parks Service has very strict rules about visitors interacting with animals within the boundaries of their jurisdiction to keep both wildlife and guests safe. These policies, which can include fines and removal from the park, have not stopped tourons — a mashup of “tourist” and “moron” — from probing the bear, both metaphorically and literally.

A recent video shared on an Instagram page shows a swarm of tourists huddled around a mother grizzly bear and her two cubs at the Prismatic Geyser, which is a few miles from the famous Old Faithful Geyser.

In the caption, the original poster notes that she “tried [her] best to get [the tourists] away but man these people were clueless. We eventually had to bail but they were getting even closer as I left.”

The account where the video was shared, Tourons of Yellowstone (@touronsofyellowstone), features over a thousand clips of park visitors violating distancing guidelines and experiencing close calls with wildlife, including bears, bison, elk, and deer.

Currently, the National Parks Service requires that guests stay at least 100 yards away from large predatory animals like bears and wolves. The service warns that visitors who come too close to these animals, let alone those with cubs and pups, may become seriously injured.

“Remember, it’s your responsibility to maintain that distance. If wildlife approaches you, then you need to move back,” the website advises.

Commenters on the original thread were shocked by the audacity of the tourists. “I’m on the animals side, let the humans learn the hard way. Darwin Awards for everyone,” one user wrote.

Other commenters lobbied for creating action to protect these animals from the pestering tourists.

“It’s time for more funding to help have more rangers in place. I also support limiting visitation. Yellowstone will forever be damaged if we continue to allow ignorant groups enter and ignore common sense precautions,” another user recommended.

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