Saturday, November 28, 2015

Sisters In Colorado Harassed By Bigfoot


The Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization hits Colorado and reports a story of two sisters who were harassed by bigfoot near Jersey Jim lookout tower.


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    1. Colorado sisters harassed by unicorns.

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    2. Oh,hey,c`mon now - give these folk some credence for sharing their (probably) very honest account.

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    3. It's a shame nobody is seeing unicorns.

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    4. ^ what are your thoughts on the sightings of dogmen ?

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  2. Petition to boycott the site if the trolls aren't banned. Post below if you agree.

    vvvvvvvvvvv

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    1. Who gets to decide who are the trolls?

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    2. ^ Quit your whining and empty threats ... or do yourself a favour and carry it out ... but,who cares ?

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    3. I agree, all you turd eaters should leave.

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    4. the numbers of recruits to your petition are mind blowing!....you at 2 now, and of course they are anon's

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    5. The lack of support speaks volumes. Most of the good people that used to comment here are long gone.

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  3. Sounds like Itkomi/Joe:
    Munchausen Syndrome is an attention-seeking personality disorder which is more common than statistics suggest. Munchausen Syndrome, named after a German soldier renowned for exaggerated tales, is a predominantly female disorder in which an emotionally immature person with narcissistic tendencies, low self-esteem and a fragile ego has an overwhelming need to draw attention to herself and to be the centre of attention. They use the Internet as a tool. This is because they are usually to ugly or have no social skills to gain the level of attention that they crave. The men who suffer from M√ľnchausen syndrome usually suffer from having a tiny penis and have a tendency to eat turds.

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    1. "Munchausen syndrome is a psychiatric factitious disorder wherein those affected feign disease, illness, or psychological trauma to draw attention, sympathy, or reassurance to themselves. It is also known[by whom?] as hospital addiction syndrome, thick chart syndrome, or hospital hopper syndrome.[citation needed] Munchausen syndrome fits within the subclass of factitious disorder with predominantly physical signs and symptoms, but they also have a history of recurrent hospitalization, travelling, and dramatic, extremely improbable tales of their past experiences.[1] The condition derives its name from the fictional character Baron Munchausen."
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Munchausen_syndrome

      http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/online-trolls-are-psychopaths-and-sadists-psychologists-claim-9134396.html

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    2. ^ ...now that is a ringer for JoeTomi troll boy...all the hall marks of him dead cert.

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    3. (Whispers)

      Who's got a real diagnosis out of the two?

      (Tee-hee!)

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    4. Iktomi pretending to be conversant with the syndrome is another pointer to his mental delusion..he`s acquainted with this via his weekly psychiatrist session.

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    5. It's actually a quick google search... And I'll reiterate; your diagnosis is very, very real. That's gotta sting?

      : )

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  4. Bigfoot harassing two women?

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