Friday, January 8, 2016

Finding Bigfoot Meets Up With Maine Bigfoot Expert Loren Coleman


During their trip to Maine, the Finding Bigfoot team decided to meet up with the local bigfoot expert Loren Coleman for info on the local sightings. 


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    1. you destroyed joe today as usual. Keep it up!!!

      YES YES YES!!!!

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    2. whut da tham Mountin Monsters AIMS team da 1 ifn yous wantin 1 of tham bigfoot bein traxs ans traped shure is

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    3. silly boys and their illusions

      Joe

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  2. What if the clever man had a monkey suit and fooled the stupid man into thinking it wasn't a monkey suit?

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    1. Patterson meet the Bigfoot faithful

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    2. G-g-g-g-got monkey suit?

      A fat man told a fearful man that he had a magic monkey suit and the fearful man now thinks it's better sleeping... Until a realistic man comes around and farts in the fearful man's face.

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    3. >>G-g-g-g-got monkey suit?

      Thought you were done for the day joe. More lies as usual from you.

      The rest of your post makes no sense at all to anyone but you.

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    4. Iktomi,

      Just curious bro, do you have a history of autism in the family?

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    5. I only need a little rest... Who would decline having their ego massaged by you nerds? You're here and have been constantly in my absence, you frickin' narcissism psychos, ha ha ha!!

      7:34... The one that subconsciously needs to have something seemingly erect like an arrow in his expression to seemingly make up for a physical inferiority... Hint; Bob H helping child minds like yours sleep better at night.

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    6. That isn't me with the arrows bro. Besides it's just indicating quoting. I don't think you need to get all Freudian about it.

      Getting back to the autism- it's noting to be ashamed about. Perhaps you are just on the spectrum.

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    7. Nargh... I think your inferiority complex indicates much. Why else would anyone devote so much time to trying to ridicule people? You see, the Internet serves as a means for some to try and feel better about themselves...
      "They (trolls) want to inject their own emotional turmoil into other people by luring them into negativity. It's a way for them to feel some kind of control or power over their own disruptive emotions, at other people's expense."
      ... The only problem here is that you're actually giving me a platform to use you how I desire.

      : )

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    8. "the Internet serves as a means for some to try and feel better about themselves..."

      Welcome to your own enlightenment, Stinktomi!

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    9. I have to admit, at the expense of your self esteem... I do have a cruel streak I guess!

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    10. I think you have a combination of autism and narcissism with the added cruel streak.

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    11. In just cleverer than you, and have more patience.

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    12. I'll put my bet on mentally retarded.

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    13. Wasting your time on a simple fool.

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    14. You are probably right.

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    15. some please urinate in my open mouth!! I'm normal-- trust me--

      Joe

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    16. ^dmaker strikes again. Nice try loser
      Sorry you have to endure all these fools Iktomi. We are dealing with people who have no life and come on here with their skeptical illness and want to cause drama which to them is more exciting then playing on their xbox
      poor lads

      Joe

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  3. Bigfoot expert? How many time have I heard the newbie know-it-alls claim that there are no Bigfoot experts? And then here we have somebody labeling a cryptologist historian, as a Bigfoot expert. It just doesn't make any sense.

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    1. I suppose you can be an expert in the history and various behaviors that are attributed to Bigfoot. Of course since Bigfoot is an unknown and not properly studied, true expertise could not be claimed.

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    2. ...^True..Also, since cryptozoology is an interdisciplinary approach to discovering animals, if one has expertise in a relevant field and applies that expertise to a particular cryptid then they may be called an expert....This would apply to Meldrum, Sykes, Munns, Chilcot etc..

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    3. Meldrum is an expert in evolutionary bipedalism. Sykes is an expert in genetics. Munns an expert in SFX... None have EVER claimed to be an expert on Sasquatch creatures. This is because to be an expert one would require to have an understanding akin to that of a wildlife biologist and white tail deer, and we still don't know how to even successfully track Sasquatch... Likely never will.

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    4. Until we capture and fully study a bigfoot it will remain an elusive mystery and that is what brings most people to the field . i would not be here if i didn't believe .
      One day all of us who believe will be vindicated


      Joe

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    5. still don't know how to even successfully track Sasquatch

      Well when you attribute near magical abilities to such a creature I see why you think that way.

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    6. There are no magician abilities in a literal sense, but aligned with their innumerable reports, it's unmatched strength & size would naturally bring immense stealth and speed in it's evasion. Also... If you can think like a human but have evolved to survive in a wilderness environment, then you would be able to track ten times better than the very best trackers.

      There will never be a specimen in a zoo.

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  4. Ratings so low the show was not even noted for Sunday cable shows top 100. Viewership siize of YouTube channel. Evangelical sermonns and Alaska Bushmen did better. It' s over.

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  5. Ratings tanked, not even in top 100 cable shows, even reruns of Bushmen.

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    1. more Mountain Monsters PLEASE !!!

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