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A Utah man survived in the Alaskan wilderness for three weeks after a fire burned his house and killed his dog

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Now that is the definition of a bad day (and a subsequent three weeks). I have to shake my head at this guy, though. He obviously never learned the lesson about not throwing rocks at glass houses, or in this case, burning logs in plastic houses. What was he thinking!?! It is very unfortunate that his dog was lost as a result of this, but maybe he should avoid wilderness living in an extreme environment until he has developed his skills a bit more.
 
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