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Old 8th July 2011, 10:40 PM   #1
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I always thought they talked funny. Now we know. They all descended from an Irish mama bear about 30 thousand years ago.

Observations: Today's Polar Bears Started Out Brown and Irish [Video]
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Hmm. So without all the whiskey to keep their fur brown,they turned white?
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Actually a polar bear's skin is black, their fur is hollow and reflects light so as to give the appearance of being white. I remember reading this in a Scientific America over 20 years ago. (I can't remember my wedding anniversary, but I can remember obscure facts )
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So they must all have Hawaiian passports then .........


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I can assure you that I'm not Irish.
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I can assure you that I'm not Irish.
The Irish are, after all, the "Lost Tribe" so you can never be totally certain.
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The cuisines are similarly bad, that's true. Heavy on cabbage and potatoes and boiled tough meats.
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What do you get when you cross a polar bear with an irishman?
Lunch

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