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    • I respect this bear more than i do most people.
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    • Bear a real one
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    • He did it for the exact reason it looks like. He recognized the cone, and every other one he’s seen was upright. He probably was in no rush to be anywhere and in no shortage of food so being an intelligent curious animal he fixed the cone to his liking
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    • Beware the OSHA bear
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    • Only time I had a "not my job" mentality was when I worked for stores like Big Lots. The second I got a job with a small family owned business, everything became my job
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    • I can’t even train my dog to sit. You’ve got your dog flipping over cones?
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    • Can anyone tell me why this bear, a beast driven by hunger and sex, turned a cone upright?
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    • bear must pay his bills somehow
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    • Only you can prevent vehicle accidents
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    • Nah, he just has ocd
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    • I'm a "not my job" but, I still do extra shit and just moan and complain to myself when I get home
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    • Bears are very intelligent creatures
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    • Fake. Reversed
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    • Oh I get it, its actually the bear's job.
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    • Not the hero we deserve but the hero we need
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    • Love how he gives it a little adjustment at the end.
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    • Just doing his civic duty
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    • MicrowaveCheck: not a microwave but a legend
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    • First we had government birds, and OSHA bears??
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    • Somebody get his guy a job application
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    • Mm yes look at this respectful gentleman look at the way he picks up the cone respectful indeed.
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    • Must be a Canadian bear
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    • That bear is a better citizen than most people I know and probably smarter
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    • Smokey says FU
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    • It’s called doing the bear minimum
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    • My nig joe with the feature
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    • So gentle wit it
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    • This is part of the universal anthology.
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    • Thank you Bear.
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    • A good sabearitan
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    • That’s just Smokey the Bear, he sometimes does day jobs for the Department of Transportation
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    • Don't get me wrong, I work hard and always will, but sometimes, "it's not my job" is what you should do. Because that company doesn't care and neither do your coworkers. The people who get paid to what you do because it needs to be done will let you do it. In the end, you'll get fucked.
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    • He's like "idk why they do this but I know its supposed to look like this"
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    • Only you can prevent overturned cones....
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    • A pillar of the community, this bear would definitely return his cart
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    • Good Sabearitan
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    • Why?
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    • It’s little, weird, cute shit like this that makes me love animals and understand that they actually have a decent amount of intelligence.
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    • When a bear is more civilized than most humans
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    • Yall unbearable
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    • He even sat it up really gental like
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    • Bears are smart. The cone could have been upright for a long time and the bear maybe was aware of the cone and so when he saw it askew he was like tf up with that??? And fixed it to what he was used to.
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    • If you have OCD, leaving something like that would be unbearable
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    • All lives matter
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    • OSHA Bear, OSHA Bear
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    • I want to know the actual reason that bear did that
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    • He's on his way to give a speech about how "only you can prevent forest fires"
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    • Thank you mr Bear
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    • Makes me wanna watch brother bear
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    • OCD bear
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    • Except thats Smokey the Bear so yes, it is his job
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    • I wanna give him a belly rub
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    • Only You, can prevent Car Accidents.
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    • That's all it takes to help out a simple act of respect or kindness
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    • This reminds me of people that leave their shopping carts out in the parking lot. Don’t know why
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    • That's Smokey checking the forest. Because only you can prevent forest fires
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    • It's in reverse
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    • The real life care bear
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    • When a bear becomes more civilized than your neighbors
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    • animals are impressive, even they're capable of telling when something is off
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    • Bear to the left
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    • Gatlinburg Tennessee bear right there
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    • Safety bear
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    • Yo even the bears know what’s up
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    • Fake it’s reversesed
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    • So I went into walmart like two days ago and just needed a few things. There was one basket left. As I was leaving I was bringing mine back and saw a few stacked at the end of a register. I grabbed them all and put them near the entrance. Just because
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    • Boog
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    • And yes, I downoaded this for that special someone...
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    • He’s on the payroll for sure
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    • Smoky- "Only you can prevent traffic accidents!"
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    • Just grin and bear it.
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    • It’s in reverse guys
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    • I wish bears could be domesticated because bonding doesn't guarantee they'll eat you. Especially grizzly bears.
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    • I've always held a helping mentality. The only time I ever pull a 'it's not my job' move is when someone is being a total dick. Otherwise I like to help just bcuz it's nice to do.
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    • This is fake the bears a paid actor
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    • Someone's gonna file a grievance on that bear - darn bear taking someone's job!
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    • Maybe it is his job.
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    • ive never had a job before yet i always feel bad when i leave trash or a mess on the table at a restaurant or leaving a cart out in a parking lot so im always polite about it. i was never taught to do it, i just had an instinct like that
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    • Yeah! Go bear go! That’s the best bear in my books. Heck yeah! Good bear!
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    • The come laying down was unbearable
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    • That's a good sa-bear-itan
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    • Bear with me here
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    • This is bearable
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    • It’s reversed
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    • Thanks bear
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    • Then the bear gets blown up by a RPG and then a truck drives by and also gets blown up
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    • Fake. That's a bear, in a human costume, in a bear costume. And it's been flipped and reversed
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    • I wonder what caused him to do that
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    • I wouldn’t mind doing extra things to go above and beyond in my job but some things I just don’t know if it’s appropriate
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    • In Russia, bear cones you
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    • I understand that the not my job mentality is bad but there are cases of people being abused at work so when you reach that fuck it point, fuck it
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    • That's why I do that when I see a tipped garbage in the alley
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    • When that cold brew hits
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    • I want a pet bear. Can I please have a pet bear?
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    • The only time I have the “Not my job” mentality is if the person who’s job it is acts like massive cunt
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    • Bears are smart as F
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    • More like I'm so underpaid this detail isn't worth doing because they wouldn't give me a raise no matter how many times over I've earned it
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    • He must be Canadian
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