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Reading through the dangling participle, I’m still puzzled as to how a bear (or anything else) falling onto a car can cause it to burst into flames. I assume it wasn’t a Pinto.

Davidsb
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Or a Tesla?

Dodgy Geezer
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I suspect that it was a 1950s/60s Hollywood car. As we know from watching American films, whenever these receive any damage whatsoever they turn over on their roofs and explode.

Though the hero is always conveniently thrown out with no injury – either to his body or to his clothing….

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Was it the bear or the car that burst into flames?

Anyhow, I thought drop bears were an Australian phenomenon. In which case it’s some pretty impressive dropping to land in California.

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“Was it the bear or the car that burst into flames?”

Err, yes, that’s rather the joke I’m making. Didn’t say it was a good joke of course, only that that’s the one meant.