Friday, January 1, 2016

Southern Bigfoot Group Discusses Their Fifteen Plus Years Of Bigfooting


From Bigfoot Outlaw Radio:

Happy New Year everybody! The OG Bigfoot Outlaws are all on board during this special New Year episode to discuss some of their favorite memories of the 15+ years of researching bigfoot and going "boogerin" together. Lots of stories will be told, a lot which have never been told before. Thanks to all our supportive fans out there, and remember to subscribe and share our shows!

32 comments:

  1. The evidence put forth by Bigfootery is the stuff that can be faked. The evidence that cannot be faked is about the only evidence that has not been presented. It is the necessary evidence. It is missing.

    This is exactly what we would expect for a mythical and legendary creature. It is not what we expect for an actual creature. Bigfoot meets the criteria for a mythical being which is loved by a certain segment of society as if it were an actual being. The society as a whole has already embraced Bigfoot as an American myth. You can see this by looking at pop culture. Bigfoot is portrayed in TV commercials (Jack Links) and cable TV (Finding Bigfoot) as something that we all know about and can be entertained by.

    The Jack Links commercials wouldn't make any sense or even be funny to American society if Bigfoot was a real being.

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    1. Dealt with on the previous comment section.

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    2. You pressed the reply button. Well done. Dealt with? No.

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    3. ... Guess who's waiting on a counter argument... Again? It's lucky you don't claim to be able to debate. You would need to be able to adhere to the responsibilities of supporting your arguments once they get kicked back at you, if that was the case.

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    4. You got destroyed in the last thread 11:11. Give up while you are behind you dizzy muppet.

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    5. Whatever happened to Alaskabushpilot on the ISF ? He's not even posting under his sockpuppet "Jamie K". It was fun watching footers like "William Parcher" defend his lies so they wouldn't get kicked out of the pretend skeptic herd.

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    6. Is that how you managed to stay in the herd?

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    7. 1:17... Again... Who's waiting on a counter argument out of the two of us? Ha ha ha ha!!

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    8. 11:11 couldn't win an argument with wallpaper hahahahaha!

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    9. Joe just got blown the F out once again. AHHH HAHAHAHA

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    10. 1:30, you didn't provide a valid argument to begin with, just a bunch of bias.

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    11. Go get busy taking my comments apart then kid! If it's bias then this should be easy, right?

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    12. ^ Drinking Piss is fun and easy,,,right?

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    13. ^ Oh well,4:46 just don't get it,same as it ever was.

      Same chit different year!

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    14. Still waiting for those comments to be taken apart?

      : (

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  2. Happy new year. Will this be the year? Or will excuses win again?

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    1. Something tells me that the "excuse" are probably the parts of the topic you've learned about.

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    2. They were probably the things that stood out. It's not like there is any evidence, just stories.

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    3. Yes... People like you who NEED a little help with arguing your stance would prefer people believe that there is no evidence. From here it makes it easier to argue your case... But it's unfortunate for you that the state of evidence actually equates to every source of evidence just short of a modern type specimen.

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    4. The "evidence" is shaky to say the least, in my opinion. And the vast majority of people (and experts) agree. No matter how vehemently you argue that a couple of hairs and footprints are genuine doesn't make it so- nor does the backing of a very few experts.

      The lack of physical evidence contrasted with the great number of sightings is in itself damning...not to mention the lack of photos and video.

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    5. If the evidence is "shaky"... Then why do you struggle so much to find an expert to explain it away? I mean... That should be really easy, right? You've got the majority on your side. You see, people like you think that posting a comment on a blog like this means you know what you're talking about, or it's a true reflection on the actual state of evidence... But where were you on the previous comment section explaining away evidence that experts who supposedly should be in your camp are in fact verifying it as genuine? For the amount that I argue that the evidence I list is genuine... I in fact have scientific backing for it. What do you have to explain that away? Words on a blog, that for something so allegedly obvious are void of any scientific substance.

      Also... If you pick up a history book, every single scientific breakthrough was done so at the hand of "very few experts".

      So, you would have to go to some lengths to providing proof of your claims that there is no physical evidence. Remember, that is your critical assessment that brings a burden to provide substance... You are rhetorical, and not honest as you "forget" that for every photo or video put forward that ou demand... It's always a "man in a suit". You people like to pray every day of your lives that there is "no physical evidence", like one day you'll wake up and and make it so... It doesn't wash around people who know he subject matter better than most.

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  3. What can we learn from all the things in history that were believed but ended up not being scientific breakthroughs?

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    1. It's a shame that in regard the immediate subject matter... That there is reliable physical evidence then... It's it?

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    2. No, there isn't reliable physical evidence. Why aren't you taking this reliable physical evidence to the world instead of spending all your efforts on this entertainment blog? Posts about dogmen and animals that kneel in prayer on Christmas eve harm the credibility of this blog. You're not taking this to the world because you know that this is the only audience that will pay attention And that's not a compliment to this audience.

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    4. Yes... There is reliable physical evidence, and the trouble is that most scientists are either uninterested or restricted to look at it for keeping their careers... This is why we have a minority of people who are the best in their respected fields lending e enthusiasm, because they have nothing to worry about what their peers think. One can compare this topic to a pilot who reports a UFO... It is highly detrimental to a professional pilot's career should they report it. So how can a mainstream anthropologist come out and say he/she believes that relict hominids are sharing the planet with us? And why would I not remind denialists like you of the current state of evidence on a blog called "Bigfoot Evidence"? Do you ever stop to read back your comments before you press publish?

      Who cares about dogmen and "kneeling monsters", or whatever that is... I'm here to remind you that your "versions" of the current state of evidence are pure BS. It is because the majority of people like you think that something doesn't exist even if there is every source of evidence short of type specimen (an intellectually inferior logical fallacy)... Even institutions like Nat Geo can agree that there is foot prints, hair and even blood samples, but if Nat Geo can contradict themselves so badly in then stating that myths leave this evidence, then you're in good company at least... However intellectually inferior this way of thinking is.

      Go back to sucking your thumb.

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    5. Why do you care about what I think?

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    6. Did you really just ask someone else that? One can easily just apply that question to you, considering how much of your own time you dedicate concerned about something you don't remotely believe in.

      You keep asking me if I am remotely interested in you. Nobody is... Nobody cares who you are what you think. If you take the time to be cynical I'm a comments section, expect someone to address that.

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    7. For not caring, you care more than anyone else that ever comments on this blog... by far. You spend more time arguing and attacking and cutting and pasting than anyone. You dish out more ad hominems than anyone. You defend you position with a passion more than anyone else. It seems more important to you than anything. I wonder why? Is it because you get financial kickback for trolling here or it is just how you hang on to your sense of identity and importance? You're trying to be a big fish in this very small pond. Those are the only two scenarios that would explain your behavior.

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    8. I never said I didn't care, dum-dumz... I said I didn't, nor does anyone else give a monkey's arss who YOU are... And please don't make me cringe about "ad hominems", you never had a concept of what that was until you read me use it, and your persistent knack for missunderstanding it is beyond cringey. If I wasn't to address your arguments and attack your character, it would apply. I think you find that I'm rather quite good at addressing your arguments, with considerable ease in fact. The allegations on your integrity come afterwards.

      If I was to try and attain a sense of importance, my name would be to the comments I leave, wouldn't it dum-dumz? And I think you need to go look up the definition of trolling, dear boy... What I do is use the average street idiot in people like you, to demonstrate how backward and ignorant the wider perception of this topic is.

      Sorry!

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