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Fun Boulder Police Department Press Release About “Kidnapped” Teddy Bear

A giant teddy bear was brazenly stolen “kidnapped” from in front of a Montbell store in downtown Boulder (Colorado) at roughly 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday.  The moron who did it posted a picture of him and the bear (below) on CraigsList and the Boulder Police Department tracked him down and retrieved the bear last night.  This is the PD’s hilarious press release detailing the “rescue:”

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Boulder police have been investigating the theft of a large, stuffed bear from outside the Montbell store on Pearl Street and last night, Thursday, June 20, 2013, detectives and officers from the Target Crime Team unit rescued the bear from a campsite in the Roosevelt National Forest outside of Boulder.

Three male suspects, visiting from out of state, kidnapped the bear on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 just before 7 p.m. Although the Pearl Street Mall is generally crowded with people, no one was able to identify the culprits or their getaway car.

Police didn’t have much to work with in the way of suspect information until last evening, when they found a Craig’s List personal ad showing a photo of a man hugging the bear outside the Montbell store. The ad asked the women who “may or may not have helped” steal the bear to contact the poster. Police contacted the suspect through the ad, and he confessed to stealing the bear with his friends.

The suspect told police that he and his accomplices (all are from out of state) took the bear camping in the Roosevelt National Forest, because they thought it would be “fun.” When they left their campsite to return home, they gifted the bear to another group of out-of-state campers they’d met over the past few days.

The suspect from the Craig’s List ad gave police directions to the campsite, and officers drove to the area last night. When they arrived they immediately located the bear — which was being held against his will–  in a nearby Jeep. Police interviewed the campers, and they were cooperative during the investigation.

Officers recovered the bear and gave him a special escort back to the Boulder Police Department, where he spent the night.

The bear does not appear to be injured, but he was missing his fishing vest when police found him. The bear has not shared any information about what happened to him during the incident, so details are not available.

It will be up to the owners of the Montbell store to decide whether to pursue charges.

The bear will be returned this afternoon.


June 21, 2013 at 1:32 PM 1 comment

The Answer to Women Being Allowed to Drive in Saudi Arabia

Simultaneously sad and hilarious:

Women Driving in Saudi Arabia

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January 31, 2013 at 7:18 PM 1 comment

Yo Republicans — Please Ignore All Government Warnings This Weekend

This would be our Tweet of the Day:

Irene is a government plot to drive you out of your house and into a concentration camp so Obama can take all your money and give to women in Kenya who want abortions.  Yeeeeeeeee.

August 25, 2011 at 2:26 PM Leave a comment

Stewart and Colbert are “Comedians?”

Over and over today I saw references in the MSM to the Restore Sanity and/or Fear rally in D.C. as one spearheaded by two “comedians.”

The “liberal” American media didn’t know what to make of the rally, in its typically corporate-centered, out-of-touch way.

Thankfully, Al Jazeera still has an idea of what it means to be a journalist as opposed to a corporate hack:

Political satirists. That’s what they are.  How hard is that?

October 30, 2010 at 9:41 PM Leave a comment

Kodak Moment Fail

I hate when this happens:

(H/t  N.A.)

June 19, 2010 at 10:41 PM 1 comment

Snark at BP’s expense

While there is absolutely nothing to smile about in the Gulf, this send-up of BP executives’ incompetence and dithering is pretty amusing.

June 10, 2010 at 10:22 PM Leave a comment

Debt Nation

Look at this gaudy bag the Home Shopping Network is hawking tonight.  My God.  At $260 a pop, it’s sold out!

You have got to be kidding me.

Don’t know whether to file this under “Fashion,” “Financial Crisis,” “Don’t Get Ripped Off,” “Humor/Satire,” or a yet-to-be-established category called something like, Who-Would-Pay-Good-Money-in-This-Economy-For-a-Fly-in-the-Pants-Purchase-Like-This-That-Went-Out-of-Style-in-1200-BC?

May 7, 2010 at 8:01 PM 1 comment

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