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Tiger Attack in China Wildlife Park
http://www.tmz.com/2016/07/25/tiger-attack-china-death/ (somewhat graphic)

A couple, their child, and the woman's mother were at a safari park, and the woman gets out of the car because of an argument with her husband. The tiger comes out of nowhere and whisks her away, and the man gives chase, followed by the mother. A second tiger killed the mother off-camera, and the first tiger only injured the first woman.

Does this count as natural selection? Park officials prohibit people from exiting their vehicles, as there are clearly wild and untamed animals walking about. I appreciate the mother's selflessness, as well as the man's (see how he hesitated to chase after the tiger at first), but it was likely some petty argument that somehow led the woman to think it was okay to leave the car like that.
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A woman who thought society's "chick armor" applied to tigers. Now her mom is dead.

Guarantee the bitch blames her husband, not herself, for her mother's death. After all, he shouldn't have been arguing with her.
07-25-2016 10:10 PM
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RE: Tiger Attack in China Wildlife Park
I wonder what they were arguing about.
She's must've been emotionally worked up to ignore a clear and very real danger of an animal killing her.
Was she even thinking about her family?
The small child?
Did she not see the tiger near the car when she was walking to the drivers side?


Every husband out there has dealt with this level of stupidity in a marriage.
You could see the level of hesitation in his body language like "what the fuck am i doing outside the car in a wild life park?"

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RE: Tiger Attack in China Wildlife Park
(07-25-2016 10:10 PM)Captainstabbin Wrote:  A woman who thought society's "chick armor" applied to tigers. Now her mom is dead.

Guarantee the bitch blames her husband, not herself, for her mother's death. After all, he shouldn't have been arguing with her.

Sounds like there was a chink in the armor
07-26-2016 01:12 AM
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She basically murdered her mother and almost the husband too and orphaned her child. Jesus.
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Crouching Tiger hidden moron

I just spent a few months in China and this does not surprise me a bit. Those people live in their own world and are completely clueless to their surroundings. They just stare at their phones everywhere they walk. It got to the point where I would get excited when I saw one walking my way staring at their phone, cause I would just tense up and make myself as solid as possible and let them run into me. I got a sick joy when they dropped their phones or it knocked them down... I'm talking men, women, and children.

Also I have seen how grown Chinese women throw fits like small children. Nothing about this story surprises me at all.

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07-26-2016 02:28 AM
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Tell it how it was, she was looking for a Pokemon!

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RE: Tiger Attack in China Wildlife Park
leftists are arguing tigers attacking humans and other animals is a cultural thing and they must be taught that eating humans is wrong; in reality tigers should be eating lentils, tofu and associated soy products.
07-26-2016 03:27 AM
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(07-26-2016 03:11 AM)Parzival Wrote:  Tell it how it was, she was looking for a Pokemon!

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07-26-2016 03:28 AM
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(07-26-2016 01:12 AM)Sidney Crosby Wrote:  
(07-25-2016 10:10 PM)Captainstabbin Wrote:  A woman who thought society's "chick armor" applied to tigers. Now her mom is dead.

Guarantee the bitch blames her husband, not herself, for her mother's death. After all, he shouldn't have been arguing with her.

Sounds like there was a chink in the armor

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(07-26-2016 02:28 AM)Cr33pin Wrote:  Crouching Tiger hidden moron

I just spent a few months in China and this does not surprise me a bit. Those people live in their own world and are completely clueless to their surroundings. They just stare at their phones everywhere they walk. It got to the point where I would get excited when I saw one walking my way staring at their phone, cause I would just tense up and make myself as solid as possible and let them run into me. I got a sick joy when they dropped their phones or it knocked them down... I'm talking men, women, and children.

Also I have seen how grown Chinese women throw fits like small children. Nothing about this story surprises me at all.

Does the fact that (based on my experiences in China) the only person in this story that I felt sorry for was the poor husband make me a bad person?

A part of me wishes there was a tiger waiting every time a woman lured her husband into an emotions-based argument that he cannot win.
07-26-2016 04:14 AM
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Possible the husband is only sorry the tiger didn't kill the wife rather than the mother in law.

Guarantee: The wife will forever harangue the husband for not waving his magical penis and stopping everything bad that happened due to her bullshit.
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Well, the Chinese are notorious for their 'Tiger Moms'...
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(07-26-2016 04:14 AM)Suits Wrote:  
(07-26-2016 02:28 AM)Cr33pin Wrote:  Crouching Tiger hidden moron

I just spent a few months in China and this does not surprise me a bit. Those people live in their own world and are completely clueless to their surroundings. They just stare at their phones everywhere they walk. It got to the point where I would get excited when I saw one walking my way staring at their phone, cause I would just tense up and make myself as solid as possible and let them run into me. I got a sick joy when they dropped their phones or it knocked them down... I'm talking men, women, and children.

Also I have seen how grown Chinese women throw fits like small children. Nothing about this story surprises me at all.

Does the fact that (based on my experiences in China) the only person in this story that I felt sorry for was the poor husband make me a bad person?

A part of me wishes there was a tiger waiting every time a woman lured her husband into an emotions-based argument that he cannot win.

I've rethought my position and I need to apologize for the untimely and off-the-cuff remarks.

I need to put more thought into what I type before I hit post.

In fact, there's no reason to feel sorry for the husband.

Chinese mother-in-laws are absolutely monsters.

He won the lottery twice in one day. Not only did he manage to shed his mother-in-law, but he managed to become the first man alive to win an argument with his wife.

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RE: Tiger Attack in China Wildlife Park
About 15 years ago at a safari park in Gunma or Tochigi, Japan a similar incident occurred. A Japanese family was driving through the park. The baby in the car was fussy, so the mother-in-law grabbed the baby and stepped out of the car, apparently intending to comfort the baby by standing and holding it since that often calms babies. The tiger, which was laying the shade nearby, was on her like a flash and ripped out the lady's throat before one of the park monitors got there and shot the tiger dead. The baby was uninjured.

I'm not sure if it's just a woman thing. People in general often seem to be unaware at how wild, untamed, and merciless predatory animals can be.
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(07-26-2016 02:28 AM)Cr33pin Wrote:  Crouching Tiger hidden moron

I just spent a few months in China and this does not surprise me a bit. Those people live in their own world and are completely clueless to their surroundings. They just stare at their phones everywhere they walk. It got to the point where I would get excited when I saw one walking my way staring at their phone, cause I would just tense up and make myself as solid as possible and let them run into me. I got a sick joy when they dropped their phones or it knocked them down... I'm talking men, women, and children.

Also I have seen how grown Chinese women throw fits like small children. Nothing about this story surprises me at all.

I see this incident as more of a "china" thing than a "woman" thing. After being here a couple of years you kind of get immune to it, but on a daily basis you will see whether it is explicitly written out rules or common society courtesy rules, the average Chinese does not give a fuck. Most have no filter and just do whatever they want. Obviously I have no concrete support to back this up, but I'd be willing to wager this woman was hardly the first person to get out of their car in the tiger area. Whether it was a woman going for the perfect selfie, or some dude stepping out of his car for a smoke, I'm sure plenty have exited their cars, it's just this broad happened to get jumped.
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(07-26-2016 09:43 AM)C-Note Wrote:  before one of the park monitors got there and shot the tiger dead.

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I didn't know tigers could become Muslims

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Imagine being the guy down at the pub "yeah my wife was attacked by a lion".
People would never stop asking questions.

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Everytime I drive through Banff or Jasper (parks in the Canadian Rockies), I see Asian tourists getting way too close to the wildlife. A park worker once told me that these tourists think that the parks release these animals in a controlled manner similar to a zoo but they are very much wild animals.

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(07-26-2016 09:44 AM)Crisp Wrote:  
(07-26-2016 02:28 AM)Cr33pin Wrote:  Crouching Tiger hidden moron

I just spent a few months in China and this does not surprise me a bit. Those people live in their own world and are completely clueless to their surroundings. They just stare at their phones everywhere they walk. It got to the point where I would get excited when I saw one walking my way staring at their phone, cause I would just tense up and make myself as solid as possible and let them run into me. I got a sick joy when they dropped their phones or it knocked them down... I'm talking men, women, and children.

Also I have seen how grown Chinese women throw fits like small children. Nothing about this story surprises me at all.

I see this incident as more of a "china" thing than a "woman" thing. After being here a couple of years you kind of get immune to it, but on a daily basis you will see whether it is explicitly written out rules or common society courtesy rules, the average Chinese does not give a fuck. Most have no filter and just do whatever they want. Obviously I have no concrete support to back this up, but I'd be willing to wager this woman was hardly the first person to get out of their car in the tiger area. Whether it was a woman going for the perfect selfie, or some dude stepping out of his car for a smoke, I'm sure plenty have exited their cars, it's just this broad happened to get jumped.

Funny you should say that. Not just last week I saw a car load of Chinese tourists dismount and enter a nearby farm to take pictures of the cows(with calves). Private property of course. I was almost hoping for a bull to charge over the crest of the hill and trample them all but I figured that would kind of ruin the farmer's day and I politely advised them to stay on the safe side of the fence.
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(07-26-2016 09:53 AM)thoughtgypsy Wrote:  I didn't know tigers could become Muslims

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