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Finding Bigfoot

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by idfnl, Jan 30, 2012.

  1. idfnl

    idfnl Senior member

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    Do you have any evidence that the audio is fake? I know what the next question is. No, I don't have any evidence it is real but give the guy some consideration. He's an expert in the field and is certainly in a better position to judge if its language. I can't say what spoke it, but it seems like language to me.




    I agree, its harmless. But hey, Commander Riker believes its real so it must be...


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    In other news, check this out:


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    I love Commander Riker and I have mixed feelings on Bigfoot. However, I do own a number of Bigfoot and Sasquatch-related books. Why, might you ask, do I own these? They were a gift. Yes a gift, from someone to whom I neither mentioned Bigfoot nor made any abstract reference. And yet... take a look:

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    You know that's fake, right?

    http://blogue.centrenad.com/2012/12...r-of-being-snatched-by-a-royal-eagle/?lang=en
     
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    Do you have excessive body hair? Does your significant other?
     
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    What it is about the mid 30's and hair growth in odd areas? Why ears?


    This is interesting, it shows how to capture a deer with your bare hands, if this dude can do it, so can a BF:


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    not trying to be funny in this serious threak but was Chewbacca supposed to be a futuristic BF?
     
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    ^Suspect that's fake using a tame deer. I've always heard that men who have to grapple with deer--the much smaller American whitetails--find them immensely strong and have to struggle like mad--all of which is irrelevant to whether a BF could catch a deer...if they in fact existed.
     
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    This thread is high science. I will be redeemed.



    I dont know enough to judge. He said in the vid if you control the neck they relax. The deer seems to do it. The guy appears to be a well regarded survivalist, dunno. You can imagine a BF could manhandle a deer pretty easily - what do you think, a BF could probably bench press 600 pretty easily, no?


    Always wondered how a BFs feet didn't freeze in the snow:


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    No way Sasquatch can lift 90 tons. Here's the link, Sasquatch power and other characteristics

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    Oh, very definitely. Reviews at the time mentioned that.
     
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    ^^ That's brilliant.


    25 ft African crocodile..... villagers claim it has eaten over 200 people.


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    ^ Impressive. I'm convinced, Bigfoot must exist.
     
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    Regarding the 25-foot crocodile, how do you measure such an animal while it's still alive? Usually, 18 feet is regarded as about maximum for a Nile crocodile.

    If the damn thing had killed 200 natives, why didn't somebody shoot "Gustave" already? He didn't seem especially wary, given how easily he was sighted and photographed.
     
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    Gotta keep it interesting for you guys.



    I don't really know. The thing is massive, though. They say he was either shot by a poacher or moved off to a different area. You'd imagine after killing some people the villagers would have killed him. 200, that's pretty incredible. Shows what easy prey we are. They claim that he was 68 years old.


    Here is a 20+ footer:

    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/...olong-guinness-world-records-animals-science/
     
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    Ironically, Bigfoot got to him first
     
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