Wednesday, December 2, 2015

So You've Seen A Bigfoot, Should You Even Report It?


Having a bigfoot sighting to some might seem like an amazing thing, but to others it can often end up being more of a curse. Nobody looks at you the same once you tell them you've seen a bigfoot. You end up being the butt of jokes, being known as that person that saw a bigfoot, you often feel crazy just even telling people about it. No matter what, it is definitely a life changing experience. So should you even report it?

From the youtube channel of Rico Savage:
An inspiring story. Real interview. Should you report a Bigfoot sighting? An encounter can be a life changing emotional experience. It is sometimes not easy for eyewitnesses to relive their stories. The fear of persecution is also a factor. Watch this video and determine if you should report your Sasquatch experience. Music by Paul Graves.
Filmed by Rico 2004 in Portland, Or

25 comments:

  1. that's what the NSA say - I you see something - say something
    its for your SAFETY : )

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  2. tham hawgs ans tham dawgs gits riledup whut tham bigfoots gits heers shure do

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    1. Arf,arf,arf...shootsk thems jusk in casek they aints no bigfootsk

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  3. Don't report it because it would be a lie. You shouldn't lie and fool idiots like Joe into believing. Look what you've done to him. He's a pathetic turd eating racist homophobic jerk. He spends 24/7 on this site. He's obsessed!!!!

    OOGTG

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    1. "Don't report it (a sighting) because it would be a lie."
      ... Yes folks, we have a real genius amongst us. Keep up the good work pal, you're doing your family real proud. Everyone else MUST be the fools.

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    2. ifn tham folk gits sume educayshun thays bein reedin ans riterin sume mo fer shure

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    3. Go OOGTG Go!! Joe is getting lit up.

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    4. Not everyone else, just you and your Bigfoot lovers are fools. Go eat a turd!!!!!

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    5. I love my fans but not as much as eating freshly steamed turds

      OOGTG

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    6. Who's the dumber? Someone who acknowledges thousands of years of reports based on scientific evidence... Or someone who claims everyone one of those is lying without even understanding the evidence, let alone bringing a scientific case against it?

      Hmmmmm... Tough one that.

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    7. But yet what proof do you have of thousands of years worth of reports? You can claim 100s of years, but not thousands of widespread reports. Your lying again Joerg, and stretching truths to meet your own needs. There are perhaps a half dozen artificats around the world that date back thousands of years, that one could potentially, and the word is potentially, attribute to bigfoot. The majority are 3rd grader drawn cave paintings, that could be anything. Yet they are claimed as bigfoot. It isnt a report of any kind, so stop lying Joerg. Basically we have several hundred yrs at most, worth of actual reports. We have no reports from thousands of years, so stop lying about that Joe. You can claim oral tradition, but that cant be verified as actual sightings either. I am sure you will claim the Bible, or something else as reports, but its not. You are stretching the truth once more, lying about thousands of years, when in reality its 100s.

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    8. What proof? One merely has to look st the time span the Native tribes who have Sasquatch at their cultures have existed. For example... There are over 100 Native American names for the creature commonly known as Sasquatch. If you plug these names into the US government’s geographical names and informational system, you’ll get 2,300 places in America named with reference to these Native names. On a map, these places follow the summit ridges & peaks of all the mountain ranges in America, particularly in Oregon and Washington. The Native place names and contemporary reports of Sasquatch follow the summit ridges and peaks of the coastal range, the summit ridges and peaks of the Cascade range, and in particularly, the highest density is between the three mountains of Mount St Helens, Mount Adams and Mount St Rainier… With the triangle within those three places having the highest density of Native American place names that have reference to these creatures. The reports are as old as the hills, little man. To support these cultural references, you have a transition into modern cultures who report the exact same thing, that in turn have physical, forensic evidence to support such data.

      Cue the the ten paragraphs about my character and maybe even a fake Iktomi account with more fake apologies, should there be a little meltdown on the cards.

      See you tomorrow!!

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    9. Oh... And just to finish you off, at the 6:30mins mark here;
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yL-XiGucelU

      ... You'll notice a reference to the time frame some Native oral traditions (oral histories) have existed. And read here;
      http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2004/11/041118104010.htm
      ... You'll notice scientific evidence to support such a cultural time frame.

      Laters gators!

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    10. Thems redskins dranking all the white man's whiskey an seeink things, asks Steemin' Stewfarts

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    11. Holmes you've cracked the case! So called "reports" that he heralds are nothing more than hand me down tales diluted through repeated telling and embellished thru the passage of time. There is simply no report that can be attributed back that far that can be believed with any confidence. Likewise there is simply no way of knowing what they really were trying to depict in the few etchings in stone that the believers claim as Bigfoot.

      Elementary my dear sir, elementary.

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    12. Arf,arf, dranking allspice thatsk whiskey, they seems haluskinashuns

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    13. Once again Joe, you are lying and assuming. Its all secondhand, and most of what you attribute to "reports", is actually just assumption. Most cities/places have names that can mean 10 different things if not more. And most of the time, one of them has some stupid indian meaning. But please feel free to twist and distort fact.

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    14. Bigfoot has this amazing ability to leave tons of crappy "evidence" and not one instance of proof. Unbelievable!

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    15. "It is a capital mistake to theorise before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts."
      - Sherlock Holmes

      Watson... But you have one problem; the physical evidence. I would get around to explaining that away before you make yourself look even stupider, trying to convince yourself that whole cultures are embellished. What can be believed in confidence, is the fact that there are three whole databases of modern reports with forensic evidence in support. I expected as much dodging from someone who murders a great fictional character.

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    17. And toThe Thing at 6:24... Grow a brain cell, as well as a pair, and tackle the evidence, when Dmaker isn't around for you to plagiarise his hateful thoughts, you're even sadder. "Lots of city's names" that point to the exact same things once translated from Native dialect, that just so happen to have the greatest concentration of modern reports? You frickin' creep.

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    18. "Introduction
      Painted Rock is located on the Tule River Indian Reservation, above Porterville, in the Sierra Nevada foothills of central California (Figure 1). This site, also known as CA-TUL-19, is a rockshelter associated with a Native American Yokuts village. The site, located immediately adjacent to the Tule River, includes bedrock mortars, pitted boulders, midden and pictographs. The pictographs are located within the rockshelter, and are painted on the ceiling and walls of the shelter (Figure 2). The pictographs include paintings of a male, female, and child Bigfoot (known as the family), coyote, beaver, bear, frog, caterpillar, centipede, humans, eagle, condor, lizard and various lines, circles, and other geometric designs (Figure 3). The paintings are in red, black, white, and yellow.

      This rock art site is unique; not only because it contains a Bigfoot pictograph, but also because of the traditional Native American stories that accompany it. There are no other known creation stories involving a Bigfoot-like creature in California. As far as can be determined, there are no Bigfoot creation stories anywhere else in the west. There is also no evidence of any other Bigfoot pictographs. Most states, including California, keep a database of all recorded sites located on federal, state, county, city, or private land. Based on that information, there is no other known Bigfoot pictographs or petroglyphs anywhere in California, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, or Idaho.

      This paper will describe the rock art, the known history of the site, the traditional Yokuts Hairy Man stories, and the association of the rock art with other Penutian language groups."
      http://www.bigfootproject.org/articles/mayak_datat.html

      ... Take it from the actual people who have maintained these sites in accordance with the time frame such drawings were made. There is nothing more audacious than a group of uneducated weirdos telling native people what there cultural sites are about.

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  4. I like eggs! There, I said it.

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