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Why? Why?

Maybe he'll join Bam and Steve-O on wildboyz...
 

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Any smart Croc would go for the bigger meal. :)


What a retard. He has been around them for so long, that he has lost all respect for them. He constantly says he hasnt, but look at his actions. That's just dumb.
 

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Dumb stunt. He should have dangled the baby over the balcony.
 

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Dumb stunt. He should have dangled the baby over the balcony.
:laughing his nose is all wrong for that. :D
 

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So I guess the feelings expressed here apply equally to any parent that leaves a baby within 10ft of the family dog too eh? Since there is probably a greater risk of a dog attacking a child then there is a chance of that croc getting to the kid....

There have gotta be better things to get all excited about then something as stupid as this.
 

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So I guess the feelings expressed here apply equally to any parent that leaves a baby within 10ft of the family dog too eh? Since there is probably a greater risk of a dog attacking a child then there is a chance of that croc getting to the kid....

There have gotta be better things to get all excited about then something as stupid as this.
A huge +1 on that.
 

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logain10 said:
So I guess the feelings expressed here apply equally to any parent that leaves a baby within 10ft of the family dog too eh? Since there is probably a greater risk of a dog attacking a child then there is a chance of that croc getting to the kid....

There have gotta be better things to get all excited about then something as stupid as this.
Hmm last time i checked a croc is a little more dangerous
than a family dog. I'm also pretty sure the croc hunter doesn't
take that croc for walks or let it sleep in his room.

So ya don't think that croc could get to that kid cause the croc hunter is invincible? 1 bite on his leg and he will still stand or will he fall and pitch the small infant like a football?


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What a friggin Meathead!!! Dumber than Michelle Jackson dangling that play toy over the balconey! And not to bash Australians, but what's up with all these paid adversisment shows with Austalians in them, and commercials with Australians. What is that all about? Do people take a british sounding person more seriously or what? Friggin croc hunter, hope they cancel that dumb show.....:shake
 

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A part of me says who cares...and then other part of me asks 'why would you even want to bring your child into a pen with a croc'.? Was that for shock entertainment.. making it more exciting to have a baby's life at stake? I dont know.. I just dont understand what goes through peoples minds to get want to get that type of enjoyment out of being that dangerous. oh well whatever... those austrailians are a different breed anyways.. :shrug
 

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logain10 said:
So I guess the feelings expressed here apply equally to any parent that leaves a baby within 10ft of the family dog too eh? Since there is probably a greater risk of a dog attacking a child then there is a chance of that croc getting to the kid....

There have gotta be better things to get all excited about then something as stupid as this.
you honestly feel there is a greater risk of a dog attacking a child then a croc? :confused

lets get 100 babies, 50 dogs and 50 crocs, pair them up and see what happens. I bet you're way wrong :laughing
 

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Obviously not. Throw a croc and a baby in the same place you are going to end up with one happy croc. But that isn't what happened here. In this situation, you have a man that has made it is his profession to do hourly shows feeding the same crocs that he has fed every day for the last 20 years. He understands that a croc is run purely by instinct and hence knows exactly what he can and can't do around them. In that situation, I would say the baby is about as safe as your going to get around a wild animal.

Now comparing that to people that let a toddler play with their "safe" family dog, I would put my odds on the baby playing with the dog being more likely to get hurt since the parent can't be 100% sure of the dogs actions.
 

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logain10 said:
Obviously not. Throw a croc and a baby in the same place you are going to end up with one happy croc. But that isn't what happened here. In this situation, you have a man that has made it is his profession to do hourly shows feeding the same crocs that he has fed every day for the last 20 years. He understands that a croc is run purely by instinct and hence knows exactly what he can and can't do around them. In that situation, I would say the baby is about as safe as your going to get around a wild animal.

Now comparing that to people that let a toddler play with their "safe" family dog, I would put my odds on the baby playing with the dog being more likely to get hurt since the parent can't be 100% sure of the dogs actions.
hahahhahahaha :crackup he's fed the same croc in the series for 20yrs. Damn and i thought there was more than just 1 croc on that show. Oh the pain. :nanana
 

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Bashnir said:
Hmm last time i checked a croc is a little more dangerous
than a family dog. I'm also pretty sure the croc hunter doesn't
take that croc for walks or let it sleep in his room.

So ya don't think that croc could get to that kid cause the croc hunter is invincible? 1 bite on his leg and he will still stand or will he fall and pitch the small infant like a football?


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Really? You checked on this did ya? Exactly how did you confirm that a dog is less dangerous then a croc? :D I had a pretty mean poodle as a kid that would beg to differ :laughing
 
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