Don’t let the grizzly bears drive the SuBEARu!

I’m trying to avoid the news for a few days, because..well….because.

Read on to the bottom if you would like to order a Pinky pin! I sent out all the pins that were ordered through Kickstarter yesterday, and they are marching around the world even as we speak. Wouldn’t that be divine? An army of Pinkys with their wands raised to fight evil!

Meanwhile, In addition to commenting on The Endangered Species Act, Frank and Mikey have some questions to answer about a recent car theft and…um…some other stuff that they would rather not talk about.

Who let the bears out? Woot Woot Woot!

“We are NEVER going to get our security deposit back!!!”

Be da Bear!
Bob T Panda

Pinky Pin Update: A number of people missed the opportunity to get a Pinky pin via my recent  Kickstarter campaign. I have a limited number of pins still available, not counting the ones I am saving to make sets at the end of the year.

I am working on the next pin design and hope to launch a new Kickstarter pin project no later than the 2nd week of April. So, if you wanted a pinky pin, there are several options:

Option 1: order a pin via the Contact Us page with you name, address, and how many pins you would like. Pins are $20 including US shipping; $25 for shipping to Canada, and $30 for other international destinations. For more than 1 pin (up to 4 total) add $15 per pin. (4 pins fit nicely in the small padded envelopes with very little postage increase) Once you have let me know you want a pin (via the contact form) I will confirm that I still have pins available and give you payment instructions at that time.

Option 2: Wait until I do the next pin project (Bubba will be next) and add on a Pinky Pin as supplies last. I can’t guarantee there will be more at that time, but it would save you a bit of postage if you want both pins.

Pinky’s official pin on Pinky’s official card! #ClapLouder!

11 thoughts on “Don’t let the grizzly bears drive the SuBEARu!

    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Yup. I don’t know whether you ever heard the show Car Talk, but one of the hosts used to talk about fuzzy dice in cars, and so it is a tribute to them.

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      1. Vicky V

        I don’t know that show. In Australia fluffy dice were associated with young men who souped up their cars and went roaring down the streets like James Dean.

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        1. Panda in Chief Post author

          Alas, it is no longer on the air. For more than 30 years, Tom and ray entertained us with their irrepresible humor, and actual useful advice about cars and car repair. Tom (I think) died a couple years ago from complications from Alzhiemers, which was a sad day for all of us who loved that show. You can still hear archived recordings of the show, which I think you’ll enjoy. https://www.cartalk.com/radio/browse

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  1. Aimee W

    I wonder if the bear smelled cuppycakes in the SuBearu. As for the steaming pile of poo I would imagine once the car started moving it scared the crap out of him. There are times I wish bears were on a more level playing field with humans (most of the time). I couldn’t resist looking at the news… you are wise to stay away for a mental health break. 🙂

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Maybe the bear just wanted to go fro a ride. 😀 I’m pretty sure the moving car WAS what scared the…um…crap out of the poor bear.
      Pinky says why should bears come down to human’s level? We are pretty involved, it would seem (re: the news.) I’m not being as successful as I’d like to be avoiding the news, but I’m trying. Also spending time outside helps too!

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