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So I've gone through many posts in this forum and read through the Dudespaper and the Dude de Ching and it seems to me that most people have misinterpreted the wisdom of The Stranger. When pontificating to the Dude that "Sometimes you eat the b'ar, and well, sometimes the b'ar, well, it eats you," the Stranger was not referring to a place to attain Caucasians, but to mammals of the family Ursidae, or Bears, which in the dialect of where the Stranger hails sounds like "bar." Sorry to disappoint any bar-eating enthusiasts.
Well since the old saying is "sometimes you eat the bear and sometimes the bear eats you" I'm betting we can chalk it up to his accent.I was aware of the saying long before the B L came out.
i have never eaten a bear but i have been told that it tastes like shit........even though i would be willing to give it a try............but no for me its bar seeing as how he is sitting at the bar
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