Friday, February 26, 2016

Amazing Bigfoot Vocals And Crashing Caught On Video In Oregon


This video was shared via the Nv Tv youtube channel. They made the following comment:

Please note this was a sent in video to me! This has to be one of the most interesting sounds I have ever heard!! A BRAVE FEMALE hiker takes a walk in a forest somewhere in Oregon, USA when she stumbles upon some weird noises and sticks breaking behind some trees...I know most people would have RAN FAST as they could!! But she stood around not knowing what it was?? She thought why not record the sounds then analyze it later when she gets home...To everyone's surprise she captured Bigfoot sounds just few feet from her!! What do you think??

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    1. Hello Uno!!

      If this video is legit, then it's quite simply the best thing I've heard.

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    2. If the video was "sent in", it has to be suspicious.

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    3. If the video claims "bigfoot" then it is suspicious

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    4. As a career denialist... You'd be the benchmark of credibility to listen to, right? You come across so scared of what other people think, it's unreal.

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    5. I don't know what you think is being denied? I genuinely don't.

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    6. I'm always quite skeptical of videos like this, Iktomi.

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    7. What's to deny? Thousands of years of reports that has physical, biolgical, audio and video evidence in support.

      Just that small matter.

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    8. YOU TELL UM AC....THE NEXT PRES.OF THE SUPERS^^^^^^^^^

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    9. yet none of the evidence that actually matters.... sorry I don't just believe any old nonsense

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    10. Unfortunately for you it does matter, because as long as you post your ignorance around here... I'll continue to make you look stupid about it.

      If something doesn't exist, it doesn't leave evidence.

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    11. you cant make someone look stupid when your claim is that there are a species of 9 foot apes that can avoid all forms of detection in the 21st century

      truely a maniac

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    12. It can where the forensic evidence points to a creature that's twice the size of a normal human... And if they were able to avoid all forms of detection, we wouldn't have the physical, biological, audio, thermal and video evidence now, would we?

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    13. ^ wanker extraordinaire

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  2. The real kind or the online variety?

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    1. DOGMAN real, Batsquatch real,
      Lycandroids not so much

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  3. KEEP UP THE ZERO BIGFOOTS KELLY SHAW!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Yeah... The "zero Bigfoots" that left the tracks he cast in the middle of nowhere.

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    2. Here's a thought - The tracks could be misidentified or even made by the person who claims they found them.

      Lets not immediately jump to the ridiculous 8 foot ape.

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    3. Here's the reality of the situation. Unlike you, I'm not too dense to understand the frequency of evidence, nor am I in denial of it's existence, therefore Sasquatch being real is not a question to me. So when people like Kelly Shaw come across tracks in the middle of nowhere, I kind of way it up as I'm not on a religious quest to deny what clearly scares me.

      You might get your way stamping around the house like a spoiled brat, but this topic is not under your control.

      Sorry!

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    4. Its not under your control either... well not until you can present the actual evidence of an actual bigfoot that you try so hard to avoid....

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    5. Its like teaching a kindergarten class, yet the skeptards only have the brain of a newborn....

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    6. 3:28... You've been listed the evidence too many times to count. Narcissistic denialists like you think that if you put your words up on a comment section, that it somehow makes all that go away.

      Remember, to deny all that evidence brings a heavy burden. Act like an adult and get busy explaining away what should be so easy considering how obvious you claim that matter is.

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    7. AC COLLINS WILL MAKE A GREAT PRESIDENT OF THE "SUPER FRIENDS"!!!

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    8. AC (SUPREME RULER) collins-------FOR PREZ!!
      OF THE SUPERFRIENDS!!'---------JUST "THINK"??????

      SASQUATCH FINALLY DISCOVERD!

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  4. Can someone explain this to me?

    * Patty doesn't run when a guy on horseback, with a rifle comes up from behind her.
    * Patty doesn't run when a guy falls off his horse, with the horse landing on his leg, crushing the stirrup, then getting up and running toward the beast with a black metal whirring box in his hand.

    Why would Patty run? She is the Boss of the Woods, a couple of hicks on horses don't scare her.

    Meanwhile, in Yakima, a similarly sized Bigfoot gets is ASS handed to it by a 35 pound Border Collie owned by Jerry Merritt, only a short distance from Roger Patterson's house.

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    1. Patty is not an animal in the the same sense as a mountain lion or a bear. She is acting in the same way as you and me would react if we came across say a bear in the wilderness without a gun. There are also so, so many more accounts of Bigfoot behaving this way, too many to count in fact. It is almost a Bigfoot cliche in accounting that "I walked one way and the Bigfoot walked the other way", it fits the characteristics of what enthusiasts have come to expect from this creature and from tens of thousands of reports. She is merely of an equalled intelligence to us, and therefore is actually trying to remove herself from the situation as calmly and as safely as possible with no knee-jerk reactions that would cause panic to the two utterly foreign characters that are imposing themselves on her... You must remember that during this time, you have Bob Gimlin covering Roger Patterson with a gun, and you also have Roger Patterson pointing a camera at her, for all she knew this was a gun also or at least something that could have caused her great harm.

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    2. truelly a fantastical fantasy world he lives in... wow

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    3. ^ as opposed to the warcraft fantasy world you live in mate !

      Joe

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    4. 3:11... Yet nowhere near as f*cked up as yours.

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    5. you believe in bigfoot... case closed

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    6. You believe that for thousands of years, there has been a culture hopping secret society of gorilla suit wearing conspirators all out to get your money. These people, though finding each others customs undesirable, and spanning from a time when they didn't even know what an ape looked like, have in fact managed to cheat the best experts with fake biological species traits that span decades and States, in lottery win fashion too.

      That's not case closed... That's an education on chronic conspiracy cookooness.

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  5. In 1967, Roger Patterson was a young man, only 41 years old. He was strong and exuberant — an amateur boxer known for walking on his hands on the small town's main street — too lazy to take a regular job, too much in love with his wife Patricia, and too many stars in his eyes to stick within the confines of the even the flamboyant rodeo. He was inwardly happy but outwardly grumpy, frustrated with society's conventions that expected him to be less than he wanted to be. But even at that young age, he was dying of cancer. Roger may have had a year left or five, and his thoughts were consumed with providing for his beloved wife while still being the rascal that he needed to be. When Roger put that film cartridge into his camera, it wasn't with the careful eye of a cinematographer. Nor was it with the deliberate mischief of a hoaxer. It was with the vivacity of a happy-go-lucky shortcutter, a candle doomed to burn half as long, and desperate to burn twice as bright. His thoughts were on Patricia and with squeezing in one final success, a roll of the dice, a lottery ticket. If his Bigfoot movie failed, he would die as the obscure debtor as which he'd been cut out; but if he won, he'd be the flash in the pan that he needed to be to sustain his wife and justify his years of skylarking. Roger Patterson made the gamble he needed to make. The wheel of fortune spun, and as it does every once in a great while, it made Roger the winner. It turned Bigfoot into a real monster that walked across the clearing and into legend and permanence.

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    1. There is no validation of the above "life history" of Patterson - sounds like a deliberate smear job with no basis in reality and written by a person with an envious streak.

      So - to get to the point - F U C K YOU !!

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    2. SKEPTOID (the source that extract at 2:54 is from) BOTCHES ANALYSIS OF THE PATTERSON-GIMLIN BIGFOOT FILM
      PGF ERRORS:
      * Bob Gimlin remained silent for 25 years
      * he began speaking about it in the 1990s
      * The original film no longer exists (unknown)
      * no record of anyone ever having possessed the original print
      * The original also would have included any other shots that were taken (we do have a copy of the full film roll, with all shots)
      * Patterson covered his tracks very effectively (fallacious assumption of hiding the truth not following lack of records)
      * full-time slacker (he did work, on his own projects, with determination)
      * Few who knew him had anything positive to say about him (FALSE)
      * lied about it (evidence?)
      * knew everything better than anyone, and nobody could tell him a thing (not demonstrated by the accounts of his friends)
      * DeAtley ... who provided money whenever it was needed ("whenever" is not true)
      * Gimlin had developed a strong interest in Bigfoot (not before 1967, and at Bluff Creek he still wasn't a believer)
      * they rented the movie camera (no, only Roger did)
      * went off on horseback (they drove a truck)
      * creature obligingly stepped out of the woods (no, it was by the creek)
      * Gimlin chased it on horseback, lost it, but found its footprints (they never saw it again, only going up the creek where they thought it went, and only found a possible water mark on a stone, not a foot print)
      * 5 kilometers back to camp (slightly high)
      * drove 40 kilometers on rough fire roads back to Willow Creek (not the right distance, plus much of the way was on a real paved highway, and before that they were on forest service roads, not "fire roads")
      * loaded their horses into the trailer (it and horses were left in camp)
      * It was about 4:00 in the afternoon (NOT when they arrived in Willow Creek, but when they left the camp site... 6:15-6:30 apprx. arrival in W. Ck.)
      * glaring impossibility of this timeline (NOPE, so far it is just about right, if they were quick about doing things)
      * holes and contradictions in those stories. In the end, the version Patterson and Gimlin settled on (as in any telling of events, there will be inaccuracies, plus... how could they "settle" on a story if Gimlin "wasn't talking," and they always told basically the same story anyway?)

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    3. * the only charter planes that could have flown that route that day were all grounded (not necessarily true if a willing pilot had been found, and there was a break in the weather)
      * Since then, few serious researchers took Patterson and Gimlin's story seriously. (MANY have)
      * Throughout the 1970s, Patty Patterson, Al DeAtley, Bob Gimlin, and a wildlife film company fought numerous lawsuits with one another over the rights to the footage (DeAtley was not in lawsuits, but there was one involving Patricia and Gimlin with Rene Dahinden. They wildlife film company was sued for using the film without paying for it. That isn't the film's fault.)
      * Long... met face to face with all of these characters who were still alive (NOT Gimlin, though)
      * American National Enterprises, turns out to have been pivotal (they were involved AFTER the film was shot)
      * Patterson had been driving down to Hollywood a lot (I think three times total, not a lot)
      * trying to sell the idea of a pseudo-documentary about Bigfoot (among many other projects, like his prop-lock and toy inventions, NOT just the idea of a Bigfoot film)
      * based on Patterson's own self-published 1966 book Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist? (NOT REALLY, as it was a fictional docudrama thing, but the book is written as non-fiction)
      * It was with their money that Patterson rented his camera (NO, it was not)
      * took some pre-production stills of his buddies allegedly on a Bigfoot hunt, but actually in Patterson's own backyard (not in his backyard, but in the hills outside of Yakima, and not "allegedly," but dressed in fictional character roles)
      * ANE's movie was to be titled Bigfoot: America's Abominable Snowman. (BUT, that was NOT Patterson's film, but a later production idea)
      * for a day's work on a film set (a day just in driving, a day there, and a day back, PLUS, it was not a "film set" but a real wild location.

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    4. * He met with the men once or twice to try on a gorilla suit and make some adjustments (THIS MAY HAVE BEEN EARLIER THAT YEAR, as part of the docudrama project)
      * Then one day, he drove down to Willow Creek (nope, that is TOO FAR, quite a ways past the film site and Bluff Creek)
      * ANE's money had also been used to buy the gorilla suit.
      * It came from Philip and Amy Morris, established makers of gorilla suits for carnivals. (NOT as Bob H. described it, with horse hide and such)
      * they had recognized the suit when they saw Patterson's film on television (pure anecdote, plus the Morris suits are TOTALLY different)
      * Patterson had asked their advice in modifying the suit (not necessarily the same thing as at Bluff Creek)
      * They also advised him to put a football helmet and shoulder pads on the suit wearer to make him look enormous. Not surprisingly, when Greg Long asked Bob Heironimus about the suit, he also mentioned that he wore a football helmet and shoulder pads inside of it. (Conflation FALLACY... the story about the football gear comes SOLELY from Heironimus)
      * Patterson never paid Heironimus a dime (perhaps he didn't have to, if Bob H. is lying)
      * nor ever spoke up about it to anyone (he bragged about it for years locally, in bars, to friends, etc.)
      * ANE lost every penny of their investment (not involved)
      * Patterson immediately abandoned their pseudo-documentary and, in essence, stole the film clip that was rightfully their intellectual property (TWO SEPARATE PROJECTS, the docudrama already had been abandoned)
      * we now have a reasonably solid reconstruction of the film's complete history, with plenty of space in the gaps to fill (CONTRADICTORY, either it is solid or full of holes... which?)
      * too lazy to take a regular job (no, he just didn't LIKE "regular" work... he was more the independent entrepreneur type)
      * too much in love with his wife Patricia, and too many stars in his eyes to stick within the confines of the even the flamboyant rodeo (non sequitur in the extreme, rodeo was a part-time affair at best, and he loved his wife like any normal husband, and so what if he had big ambitions... that contradicts the "lazy" assertion)
      * He was inwardly happy but outwardly grumpy (TOTAL ASSUMPTION, with no basis)
      * while still being the rascal that he needed to be (bizarre assertion)
      * Roger may have had a year left or five, and his thoughts were consumed with providing for his beloved wife (what is wrong with that? BUT... Roger expected to live, and said so constantly, while mass-consuming health foods)
      * Nor was it with the deliberate mischief of a hoaxer. (But... you just called him a hoaxer repeatedly)
      * He never paid his bills. (He was an ill man, struggling to make ends meet, and he paid the bills as he could.)
      * But, then you claim he is totally rich: "The film had been a great success, and brought in a constant stream of money" ... surely if this were the case he could have paid his bills.
      * He never sold hours of his life. (NOT TRUE. He did work jobs here and there.)
      * He never sacrificed his lack of principles. (Nonsense sentence)
      * Even as a hoax, the Patterson-Gimlin film is perhaps the most honest film ever made. (Really? It is just a minute and a half of a mystery creature, saying little more than that.)

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    5. Surely a source with so much failures in it's research shouldn't be piping up as much as it should? The sick thing here, is when people are terminal, they fail to tie up lose ends, they go to their grave with things left unattended to... Sicko's like your source 2:54, will have the little like minded reassured that this is a means to denounce and defecate on the character of someone just like Roger.

      The link is here;

      http://bigfootbooksblog.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/skeptoid-botches-analysis-of-patterson.html

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    6. all I can say after that meltdown is get well soon buddy

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    7. once again Iktomi buries the skeptics with facts. Schooled !

      Joe

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    8. really? seems if 50% of what he said were true,this wouldn't be such a hotly contested topic now would it fake joe?

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    9. a mythical world that PJ has created for himself is factual?

      not at all

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    10. 3:16... It took me two seconds to paste that, and nothing as ripped apart as that nonsense you posted could ever remotely give me a meltdown.

      3:22... The topic is "hotly contested", because for such an earth shattering concept, nothing will do other than a body. But that doesn't mean evidence doesn't exist... Occam's Razor.

      3:22... The only myth is your alleged brain capacity.

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    12. Iktomi AKA Joe F likes to bait people into arguments over semantics and strawmen because at the end of the day he has absolutely nothing.

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    13. Baiting? Troll... You thought you were clever the first ten times you got the evidence rammed down your neck. It's amazing watching you babble away finding all sorts of excuses, only to run out and run away in the end. Must be hard looking to gain some self esteem only to walk away with less.

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    14. I LOVE watching IK teach class. I wish the kiddos didn't have such severe learning disabilities though. It tugs at my heart strings.

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    15. to 3:22- my name is really Joe...what pray tell is your real name? OOoooh let me guess- it's either skeptical Steve or bollocks Bob . As the bard would say , your rose by any other name would smell just as badly on this forum. sorry bro but you just can't handle Iktomi taking apart your doubt and replacing it with logic.
      School is out for today lads

      Joe

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    16. ^ HUH! An my first name is
      "DICK"???

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  6. Patterson never went back to bluff creek. Instead he spent his tour money on a trip to asia

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    1. "Roger's next plans were to capture a Bigfoot, which he planned a full expedition returning to California and searching all the way up to Canada. He planned a one-year expedition with tracking dogs, cages, a large crew, and the entire project filmed. This would have been a huge financial project. So they immediately went to Hollywood for funding, but they turned him down.

      Roger then went on his film tour- he made lots of money, started his own organization, and started investigating capture claims to bag one that way (and was duped in the process). He partnered with Ron Olson to fund the 'capture expedition' that he originally planned. They were going to fund the expedition themselves by making a movie, but that never panned out and the expedition never happened.

      Roger kept investigating claims. He eventually had Ron do investigations for him because by that time he was getting too sick. Roger died and Ron basically continued where they left off doing research, and ended up making a docudrama movie based on Roger's ideas (Sasquatch: Legend of Bigfoot).

      For one, a lot more people were in and out of that area immediately following the film. So the odds of seeing another in the general area were much more slim.

      He also had no means to capture a Bigfoot which would be the next logical step.

      We could speculate all day long and go over 'would haves' and 'could haves', but reality is never that black and white. The facts show that Patterson did make immediate plans for a return to California and a capture- it just didn't pan out financially."

      - Roguefooter from the BFF

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    1. joe believes it, that in itself is more incredible than an 8 foot ape could ever be

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    2. One of the symptoms of "shribes" disease is delirium. Another symptom is a shrunken Peter.

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    3. ^ confirms on both points. Yes folks, we have a real tosser here

      Joe

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    1. ok moron i'll tell you this once more uno is ac collins trolling all of you....HOW CAN YOU IDIOTS NOT KNOW THIS BY NOW? AND IT'S AC THE WOMAN HAHAHAHAH CALL ME AC LOLOLOL

      TK

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    2. What the fu ck is a "bigfoot student"?

      Might as well be a flying spaghetti monster student.

      Morons these days....

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    3. sometimes lizardmen looking like dogman and dogman looking like bigfoot and bigfoot looking like bear so keep your wits about you when you are deep in the bush

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    4. A Bigfoot Student is someone who studies the phenomenon that is Sasquatch/Bigfoot. Whether a believer or not, surely an intelligent, informed person will acknowledge that the subject of Bigfoot ia a very real cultural phenomenon.

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    5. 3:24, Has it ever occurred to you that some of us may actually KNOW Uno personally and therefore ignore the foolishness that you spout?

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    6. Thank you BFS! I ignore that fool every time he/she posts that crap about me.

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    7. 3:26... Because no one sees flying spaghetti monsters, and they certainly don't have scientists enthusiastic about their existence.

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    8. 3:26 - You called it right. You are a moron!

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    9. Good to see you back, Bigfoot Student!

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    10. LOOK AT THE TIME STAMP, DO YOU REALLY THINK, SOMeBODY, POPPED IT UP AND THEN RESPONDED THAT WAY IN 1 MIN OUT OF RANDOM CHANCE????


      Only dirtbag Rictor would, and he responded to himself-----------------------3:24 3:24 3:24 3:24 3:24 ha ha ha ha

      Go suck a dick Rictor Joan collins!!!!!

      UNO, A.C., RUFF,FAKE JOE, ALL EQUAL THAT LOOOOOOOSER RICTOR

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    11. And then again at 3:26--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rictor "Joan" Collins

      Rictor say's he's going to rent a pony costum, barrow a used tampon from a Vegas hooker, and then headed off too the woods TOO GET HIS HAIR BRAIDED------

      HA HA HA HA HA, YOUR MY BITCH!

      WHO'S tk?

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    12. Bigfoot Student--- I ASKED ON HERE TWICE IF ANYBODY DID AND WOULD VOUCH -------------------------- none did!

      It's occurred to me that you showed up right after the troll wars. We've had a two faced psycho around for a while ------------------------------------------ So honestly, I trust no-one.

      Who are you?

      You should also be smart enough to recognize FAKE TK, MOST OTHERS DO -----

      HOWEVER, YOU SEEM TO GIVE CREDENCE TO THE IDEA THAT IT IS--------- AND THATS NOT VERY WISE ON YOUR PART.

      I MITE BE WRONG ON UNO? I HAVE THOUGHT IT MIGHT BE ONE OTHER PERSON WHO POSTS HERE FREQUNTLY UNDER A DIFFERENT "DISGUISE:-)" YOU CAN GET THE INFO TO ME IF YOU THINK ABOUT IT, AND I'LL LEAVE (HIM/HER) ALONE. THE PERSON YOU NEED TO TELL, WILL VOUCH FOR ME, AND IF WHAT YOU SAY IS TRUE, THE INFO WILL GO IN THE TRASH, BECAUSE ALL I'M INTERESTED IN IS EXPOSING THE DIRTBAG --------- Rictor

      You and uno have been around long enough to know what i'm talking about, and vertually "ALL" the friends hate the prick ----- so it puzzles me a little that your not understanding of the goal ---------------------------------------------------------------------- The president!

      Ps, remember Harry, vrtually got run off by "ball boy" and all his gay comments and comments about his wife.

      I don't like people talking shit to my friends, or myself for that matter! Same person has talked all kinds of filthy trash to "Chick". So thats why I'm on-IT!!!!!

      FAILURE TO CLARIFY WHO UNO IS FROM YOUR END, WILL CLARIFY THINGS ON MY END?

      IF I'M wrong on uno, I will most certainly appologize, you have stated that you personaly know uno ------ send the message --------- I'll get it!

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    13. Pss-- About 20 good people have run off in the last 3 years because of 3 jack-asses, but the crude one has done the most. Your hint is just below.

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    14. AC colon here! TROLL ASSKISSER. IS A BOJIVER KOOK! Uno is a nice person who likes desert tortoise and other turtles and such!!
      TK is in another MELTDOWN!!
      Haaa haa looooooser!!
      AC collins

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    15. 9:26 = 10:50 = TK = lame !

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    16. I'm a little disappointed I didn't get mentioned.

      Hey everyone, hope all is well.

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  9. Iktomi, Please keep an eye out for an email from me at some point this weekend.

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    1. must think this is tinder^^^^

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    2. Buddy! I have LOADS of emails to get through but I will very much look forward to hearing from you.

      Speak soon.

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    3. I can hold off on emailing you for a while if you're too busy, Iktomi.

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    4. ^ yeah ...he`s very busy sniffing the remnants of farts from bar stools .

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    5. No, no!! I'm looking forward to hearing from you buddy!!!

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  10. http://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/dogs-wolves-and-certain-primates-may-be-able-perceive-magnetic-fields

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  11. With an approximate forested area of 30,000 square miles, the State of Oregon sports an also approximate Bigfoot population in the vicinity of 25,000. Consequently, Oregonians are duly unimpressed by any recordings that are alleged to be a Bigfoot.

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