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Tasering 'Scarecrow' Robot Designed To Deter Bears

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This is the terrifying scarecrow (technically a scarebear) robot built by a Turkish farmer to keep bears from destroying his crops. The robot makes car alarm sounds (presumably because it's half car alarm) and has a 25,000-volt taser in one hand which it wildly swings around, zapping anything it touches. If you can imagine from the quality of the build, it can't actually differentiate between a bear and anything else, so it will more than happily shock you in the face. Obviously, it should be illegal to build autonomous shock-bots. And it probably is. You want to deter bears from eating your crops? Simple -- hang up 'NO TRESPASSING' signs. "Um, GW? Bears can't read." WHAT? Winnie The Pooh -- what does this sign say? "Free honey this way?" You stupid idiot! No wonder Eeyore is so depressed.

Keep going for a video of the thing trying to attack a reporter.

Thanks to Cameron, who scares bears the old fashioned way: screaming 'Boo, I'mma ghost!'

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  • Legio
  • John Cenason

    name of reporter?

  • Conor Ghame

    lol. The internet is FILLED with free porn, but you just have to know her name don't you?

  • zin

    Turkish ladies sure have nice senses of style.

    Forget bearcrows, just use the Dale Tactic. http://cdn-www.i-am-bored.com/...

  • MustacheHam

    I feel that bears would only fear bearded guys with poor taste, homeless men, or Grucho's uncle after an encounter with it.

  • Vladplaya

    Seems legit.

  • primary attack:
    bad fashion sense

  • looks like my uncle

  • now if some short sighted jehovas witnesses try to give the scarecrow a watchtower they get electrocuted

  • The Magnificent Newtboy

    Why exactly did you comment three times on this?

  • Why Not?

  • The Magnificent Newtboy

    Fair enough, it just looked a bit odd when there was a single comment and then three separate comments from you. I was wondering if you had been replying to other comments that had been deleted after.

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