Monday, April 11, 2016

Cabin Fever Bigfoot Research At Its Finest


I'm not sure if this is a case of cabin fever or bigfoot fever. But just because everything is covered in snow and ice, and it's below freezing temps outside, doesn't mean you can't get out there and do a little bigfooting.


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  1. Look, chap, bigfoot have only been in North America for 1000s of years. Mountain lions weren't discovered until 2003. The first clear photograph of a bear was 2009. Deer hadn't even been documented until the mid 1970s. Bigfoot are much bigger than all those animals so its easier for them to hide. Realistically, I'd say we should be able to get a real photo of one by 2144 and we'll be able to actually capture one by the year 3000.

    Not only that, but because they are 9 feet tall, 500 lbs, have bloodcurdlingly loud screams, CRACK!, SNAP!, SMASH! and BANG! on trees, hang out in people's backyards, and are in at least 20 US states and Canada, it is extremely hard to locate one.

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    1. ^ copy/paste legend in his own mind

      Joe

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    3. NOBODY! and i mean nobody holds a candle to your god of wikie...joeholi falabonlicker1

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  2. Did Homo Naledi bury its dead ?

    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/debate-erupts-over-strange-new-human-species/

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  3. I think at 3:17 at 2:00 O'Clock you might have something on the powerline and a little covered in snow. Pointed Head and looking a little your way.

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