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Tue May 31, 2016, 08:57 AM May 2016

Should the Cincinnati Zoo fix the Gorilla Enclosure to prevent access from Zoo guests? [View all]

10 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
No because Mothers should watch their kids more closely
0 (0%)
Yes because it's----er----common sense
8 (80%)
No because there hasn't been an incident in 38 years
0 (0%)
No because if we say yes we have to admit the Zoo was at fault
0 (0%)
No because then they'll have to build a wall around the Grand Canyon
1 (10%)
No because they'll have to drain the San Fran Bay and line it with foam.
0 (0%)
No because it's so much fun to blame the Mom rather than the Dad
1 (10%)
No because if we do other Zoo's will have to make enclosures safer.
0 (0%)
No because we can tell other 4 year olds throughout the world this tale and they will learn from it.
0 (0%)
No because I've been drinking heavily the last two days and am confused with how to answer
0 (0%)
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