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The BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) is strongly urging the Smokey Bear program to revise its current ATV fire prevention campaign.

The BRC contacted the Ad Council last week strongly urging them to withdraw what the national trail recreation group calls "inaccurate and inflammatory ATV-oriented public service advertisements."

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BRC Fuming Over ATV-Related Smokey Bear Ad - Dealernews

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Well I've never taken a talking bear very seriously. I think it's funny though that if there was a fire quads would be some of the first vehicles used to get supplies into the deeper areas. I say shoot the bear (during bear season of course) but thats just me.

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Here is a "Smokin Bear" response video on youtube ...and the bloopers!

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66wEA5yx2B8]YouTube - Smokin' Bear[/ame]

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZza688eHpk...feature=related]YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.[/ame]

I got this from another ATV forum site.

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Wonder how many takes the smear ad took.......

Tree huggin' poopy heads.....

-TD

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so true, so true

I have absolutely no problem saving the environment....it needs saving.....

But, why are all the other states who encourage OHV are right,

and NY and states like it are wrong????

I would really love to hear an unbiased explanation.....

-TD

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Damn blondes!

Oh....that's gonna leave a mark.......

*** TomD hands LostCause some Kevlar™ underwear......

:ack2c:

-TD

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Ok....I didn't mean that towards any of the blonde ladies here on the forum so please be easy on me gurlz.:biggrin:

I must confess that I'm blonde too.....does it sound like I'm digging myself a deeper hole?

Ok my foot is in my mouth now....Thanks for the undies TomD.:huh:

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