...go out for a day hiking in the woods. It is late in the afternoon, and they are just turning around to head home. As they make their way down the trail, they spot a bear.
"RUN!!" Shouts Bob. They take off running, and the bear begins to pursue them.
Bob realizes he is running alone, and turns to spot his buddy, Tim, sitting on a rock changing his shoes.
"What in the world are you doing?!" asks Bob.
"Putting on my running shoes."
"Do you really think we can outrun a bear?"
"I don't have to outrun the bear; I just have to outrun you!"
however I object to your suggestion that bears are dangerous - I mean, just look at them eyes and that tongue !!
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