The animal "wasn't clowning around," said the Ventura County Fire Department, whose crews were tackling the Lake Fire north of Los Angeles.
“Now, instead of staring down the bull, she’s going to be staring down all of business."
A bull market is good, but a Russian bear? Not so much.
She's not going far, though.
He's accusing New York City of violating his legal rights after installing the statue without his permission.
Mayor Bill de Blasio calls the decision “a fitting path for a girl who refuses to quit.”
One creepy picture speaks volumes.
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Although di Modica's clandestine installation of the 3.5 ton bronze bull was allowed to stick around, city officials tore