“It is not readily apparent whether Boo-Boo is a juvenile bear with a precocious intellect or simply an adult bear who is short of stature.”

Posted by Andrew on 14 June 2015, 9:02 am

“It is not readily apparent whether Boo-Boo is a juvenile bear with a precocious intellect or simply an adult bear who is short of stature.”

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I liked these sentences from the page on NY subway vigilante Bernhard Goetz. “Goetz is also involved with squirrel rescue in the city. He installs squirrel houses, feeds squirrels, and performs first aid.”

… as well as basic and advanced firearms training.

You should give out t-shirts to whoever can bring light to the boo-boo question using STAN and data coded from the show.

One of Yogi’s signature lines is “Hey hey Boo-Boo boy! howzabout some pic-a-nic type baskets hey hey hey?” Seems fairly definitive to me.

That’s explicable by the clear ethnic differences between Yogi and Boo-Boo. (It was the 1960s, after all).

No no, in that context Yogi is clearly referring to Boo-Boo as his “boy” in the sense of “homeboy” or “close associate”. That proves nothing.

This might be the best blog post ever made.

Concur.