Monday, April 4, 2016

Missing 411 Author Isn't Everyone's Cup Of Tea


From the Unexplained Universe: Missing 411 Author David Paulides

The opinions expressed by us are just opinions, much of which are based upon news articles, blogs, official reports and other media sources. Any similarities to actual people alive or dead is purely coincidental.

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    1. Even the creators of grand theft auto make fun of footers. The bigfoot easter egg in the game even exposes the idea of bigfoot as a hoax.

      HAHAHAHAHA. Sykes is coming. Tick Tock Tick Tock.

      Time to lock n load for some darkies.

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    2. Coast to Coast AM March 19th 2016;
      http://youtu.be/UitNUuJsWPs
      38mins - " I've almost finished studying Zana's DNA."

      He most certainly is coming!
      http://youtu.be/zHIVeWhCMU8
      ... You racist slime!

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    3. A proud racist. We all should be :)

      YES YES YES!!!

      Sykes says PG film is a hoax. AHHH HAHAHAHA

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    4. Sykes didn't get a monkey suit.

      : (

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    5. The thing i think we all should note at this point, is Joes stance on Sykes and what he is saying. For months now he has been clinging tight to the Zana DNA nonsense. But how many times have we seen Joe say this about other things. I remember when he was saying this about the first round of DNA tests that yielded laughable results.

      Now pay attention folks. When Sykes reveals that Zana was 100 percent human, most likely african american, and thats is, what do you think Joe will say? You guessed it. He will ignore it and move on to something else, and act like he somehow was right all along. This shows just how sick of an individual he is.

      I am a psychologist and i can tell you that Joe is most likely a transgender sociopath and psychopath. He also has a problem with chronic lying. We all know he posts here as dozens of other people and has conversations with himself. And to disguise this, he makes ridiculous air force base comments anonymously and then blames them on anyone who disagrees with him. He is sick!

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    6. Zana is in fact has ancient West African DNA... And now you're a psychologist? Ha ha ha ha ha!!

      AnonymousWednesday, April 15, 2015 at 6:03:00 AM PDT
      Joe,John,and the rest of the Super Friends........
      You are the lowest of the low. It is very obvious you are all just 1 or 2 people posting under various names. The Super Friends are all posting from an IP leading back to the USA Air Force. Don't care if you don't believe me....look into it yourselves....I did. Look into Tavistock.
      http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/archive.cgi?noframes;read=103996
      I WILL NOT REMOVE MY COMMENT!!!! iF THAT HAPPENS PLEASE COPY AND PASTE!!!!!!
      http://bigfootevidence.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/top-5-incredible-stories-from-mulders_14.html?m=0

      ... Yes, he really did post that. And now he thinks he's a psychologist, labelling others as "sick". Wow... Just wow...

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    7. There goes Joe again with the air force comment that he admittedly made so he could blame it on trolls. Man you are sick.

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    8. Do you cry at night Joe? Knowing that your heroes are all falling one by one? That your best evidence is continually being destroyed? It won't be long before gimlin dies and then the hoax will soon be revealed. Sykes will conclude zana was a normal human, and then you will have nothing left. Nothing but fake footprints and legends. AHHHHHH HAHAHAHAHA. How pathetic.

      I wonder if today is a good day for making up some bigfoot encounters to get a good laugh.

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    9. Oh dear... Do you cry every night because Danny Campbell left after losing the bet? You're a loon. I shudder to think what you would be like to be around... I can only hope you're as bedroom-ridden as you come across.

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    10. ^ what a wanker you are

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    11. Oh dear - I am shocked _ David Doodoo is being done down - can it be he is a bullshitter and has been all along ?

      Oooh what say ye JokeTomi ?

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    12. MELBA KETCHUM IS COMMING !!!

      tick tock tick tock .

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    13. Melba spills the beans:

      https://youtu.be/mgWY0D3UcN8

      tock tack terk took


      Patterson Hoax is dead

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    14. itbe tham muzzrats in da boosh

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    16. its not Bigfoot taking them folks it be the DOGMAN ...

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    17. Tapper Team Leader from the AIMS TEAM is a bigfoot GURU, he been hunting BIGFOOTS for years...

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    18. My cup of tea, in my beautiful Bigfoot mug,please buy one

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    19. FREEND JOE NUUT HAEV TWO PROOFS BEEGFUUT HIMS NOOWS TROOTH LIKS JANUS NOOWS,JANUS GAWN BUUT JOE BLAAK SAAD ATE JANUS DED, , HIMS SHARED OOF DAWGMAAN BUUT NUTS FOX, FOX CAANS SMAASSH DAWGMAAN, V AGINA STEEL GUD YOOOOHOOOO NOOWS HOOW GUD,MIS JANUS V AGINA GUD EEVIN EFF SMAELLS BAND STEEL EET GUD, YOO NOOWS

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    20. could be GRAYS collecting Earth specimens ...
      they been collecting Earth samples for years

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  2. David Paulides just got blown the f#ck out. Another hero of Joes is gone

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    1. The bitter haters in the video up top have got quite a few books to get through before they manage anything of the sort.

      I wonder what people would uncover if they delved into their shortcomings? Everyone has them, see.

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    2. Oh look mom - here`s one of the racist troll types you were telling me to watch out for.

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    3. Mikey Brookreson's 12hrs of ground breaking video of sasquatch playing and frolicking on his hot spot ranch,,,,,,,

      Still waiting,,,

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    4. Melba spills the beans:

      https://youtu.be/mgWY0D3UcN8

      tock tack terk took


      Patterson Hoax is dead

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  3. Why is it that all footers are overweight and ugly?

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    1. Yes its true, they all are. But keep this in mind.

      All i wanna do is pee on Joe Joe
      Then hit the fool twice on the down low
      And when i finally see him
      Im gonna give it to him on his chin
      yeah Pin stripe down his fat face
      Gonna thrust it hard, win that race.


      OHHHHH MYYYYYY JOERG!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2. ^^^ The only fat bltch on this site

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  4. I just saw this. Wow!!

    S.J. OFFICER ACCUSED OF FALSE SOLICITATION AUTOGRAPHS: A FORCE VETERAN
    ALLEGEDLY USED CITY STATIONERY TO ASK FOR MEMORABILIA.
    San Jose Mercury News (CA) – Saturday, December 21, 1996
    Author: SANDRA GONZALES, Mercury News Staff Writer
    When a veteran San Jose police officer began soliciting celebrity autographs on city stationery, he wound up with more than just a friendly letter from singer Lionel Richie to hang on his wall.
    He also got an arrest warrant last week charging him with a misdemeanor count of falsely soliciting for charity – a crime for which he could face a year in jail.
    Officer David Paul Paulides, 40, aroused suspicions after he was seen using city stationery on the department’s computer printers. Paulides also sent and received large quantities of unofficial mail at the department, police reports say.
    None of those activities fell within his duties as a court liaison officer, prompting an internal investigation that began last September.
    ”He’s an autograph hound,” said Assistant District Attorney Karyn Sinunu, who filed the complaint last week in Municipal Court. ”It was a stupid thing to do – to spend your time enhancing your personal collection when taxpayers are paying for you to work.”
    Suspicions were heightened when the police department received a phone call from a Los Angeles publicist asking to speak with Paulides about the ”Police Hall of Fame,” and a letter from the Lionel Richie Fan Club which enclosed an autographed compact disc by the singer.
    As it turned out, Paulides had solicited autographs from such people as newswoman Diane Sawyer, astronaut Mae Jemison, model Carol Alt, exercise guru Jack La Lanne and Ivana Trump – allegedly by falsely claiming he was working on a city project.
    In the letter to Trump, for example, Paulides wrote: ”You are a great role model for young women. . . . I’ve been given the task by my city to develop a display for our lobby of successful businesswomen. . . . We are respectfully requesting an autographed photo for our display. . . . Your success on a professional as well as personal level make you a superior businesswoman and mother.”
    Several of the celebrities had returned autographed photographs of themselves.
    Paulides attorney Daniel Jensen claims it was all an unfortunate misunderstanding. ”He feels badly and is embarrassed,” Jensen said.
    Jensen said that the officer was gathering the autographs to serve as teaching aids for a class he had taught and that Paulides had envisioned hanging the pictures in the department’s lobby.
    ”They were to be inspirational examples of people who’ve done very well,” Jensen said.
    Authorities, however, say there was no authorized ”Hall of Fame” being developed for any lobby. They could find nothing Paulides was associated with in an official capacity that would give him the authority to seek autographs on the department’s behalf.
    Paulides was one of several instructors who taught a city-sponsored organizational development class, but he had not taught the course since March.
    Police spokesman Officer Louis Quezada said Paulides is on vacation. Quezada could not say what sort of job action.

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    1. Wow, is this real?

      https://www.quora.com/Did-David-Paulides-author-of-the-Missing-411-books-and-former-police-officer-leave-the-police-force-on-good-terms-and-in-good-standing-Why-or-why-not

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    2. And the credibility is destroyed. First Sykes, now Paulides. You are taking a beating Joergy.

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    3. Sykes put the final nail in the coffin of the patterson film. Sykes, Blevins, Bob H, and so many others have blown Joe the f#ck out. I mean dag on!

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    4. 3:28... It's a shame that Paulides' work still remains a fascinating look at missing people... Typical ad hominems don't quite cut it.

      3:31... Did the geneticist find a monkey suit?

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    5. Yeahp, Sykes found the blevins suit. Case closed. No bigfoot. Joe no doubt believes he should be wary in national parks now. AHHHH HAHAHAHAHAHA

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    6. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-DiRWOLTsDyY/TY5X5k2O7fI/AAAAAAAADok/tiE7U9_Md_4/s1600/Blevins+BF+Suit.jpg

      It actually very much pays to have your wits about you in National Parks.

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    7. Another link no one will open. Does it bother you Joe, that no one ever opens the links you copy and paste? You just can't catch a break lately. After dmaker wiped your face on his boots a few days ago, you really have been in a slump

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    8. Nobody expects you to open the links, they serve the purpose of making you look like the total idiot you are for other people's reference. Quick... If you name drop dmaker enough, he may come along to chime in with his own trolling!

      You ain't nothing but a racist troll. A coward. Nothing I can say comes anywhere near as good as articulating your psychopathy as your own comments and actions. You make good people feel better about themselves.

      : )

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    9. ^ Gor blarmey gubnah ahs darn starked darn

      strark a bleetin lart

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    11. ^ can only post his dreams of bigfoot and so afraid of awakening to the truth ... waking life is a nightmare eh ?

      face it - bigfoot is only in your dreaming

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    13. 8:00... This topic makes you so angry, anyone would think it genuinely scares you. What's for sure, is what cleverer people think scares you.

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    14. Iktomi- almost all these trolls are ISF losers. They can't stand anything they can't explain and bigfoot is a prime example. it must twist their little brains on a nightly basis when they go to sleep thinking "i hate Joe, i hate bigfoot, i can't explain thus my brain is turning into a pretzel !"
      haha
      Tiddly doo you ISF loons

      Joe

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    15. They are most certainly that, Joe... Crazy nerds with self esteem issues. It's a shame that the longer they attack people online, it gets them no closer to feeling better about themselves.

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    16. 9:29 Truly "clever" people are generally pleasant and get along even with so called idiots,knowing that everybody has a part to play...it`s only those who inflate themselves that behave as you do...you are not clever but a fool who believes he`s above others...you`re most clearly not.

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    17. I'm below you,oh dear

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  5. If they found a bigfoot (and they won't), "I told you so" would be inappropriate, because the evidence at this time indicates clearly there never was a bigfoot. The correct position right now is that there is no bigfoot, regardless of future findings. In other words, if they find a bigfoot tomorrow, those who believed in bigfoot yesterday were still wrong.

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    1. "Circular reasoning (Latin: circulus in probando, "circle in proving"; also known as circular logic) is a logical fallacy in which the reasoner begins with what they are trying to end with. The components of a circular argument are often logically valid because if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true."m

      So if they find a "Bigfoot", it still won't exist because the evidence before it's discovery was not present (even though it was)? I know you're just trolling, but at least check your comments before you press the publish button.

      Yes... This is what the comment sections of BFE have come to.

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    2. ^ Consensus is that CGI is responsible for the PGF ... admit your failures and we`ll think about giving you an honesty badge you can wear and show your mommy.

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    3. Joe, you're arguing with a pasted comment from ISF again, you moron.

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    4. For starters, Don, how would I know that? Secondly, who cares? Thirdly... If that's the ISF's idea of logic, then I don't need to say anything else.

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    5. You'd know if you spent a second of your life outside of this blog.

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    6. And why on earth would I want to spend any time there?

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    8. Why would you want to spend any time there? Maybe to get both sides of the argument? You're not going to get much intelligent debate or discussion out of anyone on this side show of a blog. But you're too cowardly to venture beyond the confines of this little play pen, aren't you, Joe?

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    9. Iktomi = ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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    10. Joe fell right into the trap. He claims circular reasoning but does not realise that circular reasoning is exactly what he himself is using. He walked right into that one what a fool!

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    11. Joe and his circular reasoning ZZZZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

      Iktomi's posts are a sleep aid.

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    12. Donald... Is that quoted comment up top really your idea of "another side of the argument? Ha ha ha ha!! It doesn't look like I'd get much debate over there either. Why would I exchange one crud hole for another?

      8:06... Allow me to educate you some more. If I was to claim "Bigfoot exists because Bigfoot exists", then that would be circular reasoning; the mindset of a ten year. My actual claim is "Bigfoot exists because there is forensic evidence for it existing."

      Glad I could help.

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    14. Incorrect joe. Your claim is that bigfoot exists because you want bigfoot to exist and therefore you try to find anything that fits into your preconcieved delusions. You dismiss out of hand everything that shows bigfoot is purely a myth. Its not even funny anymore that every single piece of evidence falls short of confirmation. Bigfooting is at the level of flat earthers and its just embarassing. Please get well soon.

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    15. Here we go... Let's try this...

      In my educated opinion, "Bigfoot" exists because there is repeatable scientific forensic evidence for it's existence;
      http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/90-anatomy-and-dermatoglyphics-of-three-sasquatch-footprints

      Now, if "Bigfoot" is a myth, demonstrate that the evidence just referenced isn't authentic.

      Schooled.

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    16. There could be any number of explanations that do not require a 9 foot ape. Again this proves the point that footers start with the ape and try to make the evidence fit. Stating "schooled" after your post just comes accross as really immature but if it brings you happiness in your otherwise empty life then carry on.

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    17. The best Bigfoot evidence to date:
      https://youtu.be/mgWY0D3UcN8


      Schooled.

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    18. Oh and Don! Don't you need a "moderated forum" to debate me these day? Something about cowardly?

      "There could be any number of explanations that do not require a 9 foot ape", is not demonstrating that the evidence referenced up top isn't authentic. It is in fact a very natural process of scienific research to take a sightings reports, investigate it and determine that there is evidence for such reports. Premise = research = outcome.

      Now... How about manning up, growing a pair and being responsible for your claims?

      Schooled.

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    19. Bigfoot dermal ridge evidence debunked here:

      http://orgoneresearch.com/2012/02/08/dermal-ridges-updated-review-material/

      The conclusion:

      "The time to take the claims of 'Bigfoot’s dermal ridges' seriously is when we have an actual body to examine."

      The question was asked whether, if bigfoot walks around in his bare feet, why don't the foot casts show more evidence of it:

      "This amazing photograph of a Nepalese porter’s foot was taken by Bigfooter Peter Byrne in 1958. An entire Flickr pool is devoted to documenting the kind of extreme wear that habitually unshod humans can exhibit.

      It’s safe to assume that if Bigfoot is real, he doesn’t wear shoes. Why don’t we see these kinds of coarse fissures, cracks, or flexion creases in the casts that are claimed to exhibit fine features like dermal ridges or sweat pores?"

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    20. You are the one making the claims...

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    21. "The time to take the claims of 'Bigfoot’s dermal ridges' seriously is when we have an actual body to examine."
      ... Is not demonstrating that the evidence I referenced isn't authentic. There is nothing in scientific logic that states that research starts with a conclusion. That goes against the concept of research. Premise = research = outcome.

      "It’s safe to assume that if Bigfoot is real, he doesn’t wear shoes. Why don’t we see these kinds of coarse fissures, cracks, or flexion creases in the casts that are claimed to exhibit fine features like dermal ridges or sweat pores?"
      ... The delta ridges on prints with verified dermals are in fact very similar in places to modern homo sapiens, in that they change directions over 45 degrees; they converge and deviate. They still have the same texture and ridge flow pattern, like a humans but twice the size. There is however enough unique data in them to be considered an "unknown primate". Orgonresearch merely need to take a look at the data attainable from the actual evidence in question, as opposed to merely using scientific face falls that wouldn't grace any remotely intelligent persons mind.

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    22. "Is not demonstrating that the evidence I referenced isn't authentic."

      It is also not demonstrating that it IS authentic

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    24. If by testing the source, it cannot be shown to be false, it's authentic.

      Very basic stuff.

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    25. A remotely intelligent person might know when an apostrophe is required for a possessive noun.

      Anyway, you ignored the question about how a bigfoot that spends its entire life walking around barefoot in the forest does not show coarse fissures and cracks in its footprints.

      Regarding the size of dermal ridges, it has been pointed out that some are gigantic and some are small:

      "As you can see, some of these ridges are highly irregular in morphology, and approach 1-2mm in width. But as we have seen, there is a great deal of cherry picking going on with these casts, and textures which look nothing like known dermal are simply ignored. In another cast which Meldrum argues exhibits dermal ridges, we see textures MUCH larger than those of know human or primate dermal ridges."

      "Compare this texture with another cast associated with Paul Freeman, also claimed to exhibit dermal ridges. This is a close-up of the 1982 so-called 'Elk Wallow' cast: Both textures are said to be 'Bigfoot’s dermal ridges,' yet they are grossly and obviously dissimilar."

      http://orgoneresearch.com/2012/02/08/dermal-ridges-updated-review-material/

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    26. Iktomi just destroyed Donald and the rest of the Merry band of ISFers who can't stand thinking bigfoot is real
      hahaha

      Joe

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    28. "Anyway, you ignored the question about how a bigfoot that spends its entire life walking around barefoot in the forest does not show coarse fissures and cracks in its footprints."
      ... Here my posted comment again;
      "The delta ridges on prints with verified dermals are in fact very similar in places to modern homo sapiens, in that they change directions over 45 degrees; they converge and deviate. They still have the same texture and ridge flow pattern, like a humans but twice the size. There is however enough unique data in them to be considered an "unknown primate".
      ... The purpose of that, was to demonstrate that there is just as much highly detailed data in track impressions. You missed the boat kid. There's also scar tissue in some examples of dermals.

      "But as we have seen, there is a great deal of cherry picking going on with these casts, and textures which look nothing like known dermal are simply ignored."
      ... This is because when you are walking barefoot on the forest floor, the foot comes in contact with both fallen leaves and the soil in making an impression. Your source isn't even cherry picking, it's void of any expert opinion and common sense.

      With regards to the Elk Wallow prints, these are in fact the very best source of repeatable dermals, repeatable scientific evidence. What's more;
      "Krantz (1983: 71-72) writes: "Thus far, every specialist who has examined these casts [Mill Creek] agrees that their detailed anatomy has all the characteristics and appearance of being derived from an imprint of primate skin. These include thirty police fingerprint workers, ... six physical anthropologists ... four pathologists and two zoologists."

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    29. Iktomi- i actually emailed Krantz years ago telling him just how much I admired his work and his courage to take a stand which was unpopular among his fellow academics at the time. Sadly he was ill at the time and died shortly thereafter . it was on the anniversary of the PGF too.

      Joe

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    30. Wow, I underestimated your awe inspiring stupidity. My question assumed that there was as much highly detailed data on the print casts as there would be on human prints. That was the WHOLE damned point of my question!!!!!!

      With that assumption in mind, why do the prints NOT in fact show evidence of coarse fissures and cracks like you would expect from a primate walking bare foot through the wilderness its entire life (look at the photo of the foot of the Nepalese porter in the link for an example). The casts show incredible detail like sweat pores, but not huge cracks and fissures? Or does bigfoot wear shoes? Which is it?

      Also, it's by no means accepted that such prints can show minute detail like sweat pores. See Freeland, D., and W. Rowe. 1989. Alleged pore structure in Sasquatch (Bigfoot) footprints. Skeptical Inquirer 13(3), Spring: 273-276.

      At a minimum, I expected a spirited debate on this issue, but now that I realize you are unable to understand a basic and plainly stated question, I am pretty disappointed. Wow! I'll go someplace else for more informed opinions.

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    31. "My question assumed that there was as much highly detailed data on the print casts as there would be on human prints. That was the WHOLE damned point of my question!!!!!!"
      ... Yet you needed the answer posted twice to you, and anyone else is stupid? (Sigh)

      "With that assumption in mind, why do the prints NOT in fact show evidence of coarse fissures and cracks like you would expect from a primate walking bare foot through the wilderness..."
      ... They do. They show scar tissue. This is again the second time this has been posted to you. And anyone else is stupid? Also... If you had bothered to read but the fist paragraph of the link sourced you;
      "Anatomy and Dermatoglyphics of Three Sasquatch Footprints
      By Grover S. Krantz
      Casts of three large human-like footprints were made by U.S. Forest Service personnel in June, 1982, in southeastern Washington State. The fine-grained soil preserved many impressions of dermal ridges and sweat pores. Careful study by dermatoglyphics experts shows these impressions are perfectly consistent with the friction skin found only in higher primates. The foot size of 37.5 x 17 cm rules out any known primate; the nonopposed first digit indicates a hominid. Physical circumstances suggest a body weight of 300 to 400 kg. It is believed that all possible methods of faking this evidence have been considered, and ruled out."
      http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/90-anatomy-and-dermatoglyphics-of-three-sasquatch-footprints

      ... Something tells me "spirited debate" is a little beyond you.

      (Sigh)

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    32. haha 11:17 is decimated by Iktomi !
      someone please had 11:17 a tissue so he can cry in the corner

      Joe

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    33. Henrietta Heet, Candidate of Biological Sciences and Senior Scientific Worker, Institute of Ethnography of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Saw several photographs and brief description of circumstances of discovery. (Response provided through Dmitri Bayanov, Moscow, USSR.)
      Regarding photographs of skin imprints sent over by G. Krantz. I fully agree with his opinion on these footprints, as well as the opinion of Benny Kling. The structure of the dermal ridges is very much like that of man. The sweat glands have large openings because the ridges are much bigger than in man. It was great luck that the footprints were left in the soil that revealed fine details of the imprints. As for the patterns of ridges, some irregularity in ridge lines in separate places in the photos may be connected with the peculiarity of the material in which the imprints were made (unevenness of soil, various inclusions, such as small pebbles, pine needles, etc.). Another possibility is scars and skin injuries.
      http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/90-anatomy-and-dermatoglyphics-of-three-sasquatch-footprints

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    34. OH yes please do go someplace else! Lets take a vote. Who thinks it is best for troll 11:17 to go somewhere else?


      #Bye bye sucker!

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    35. That's your answer? Scar tissue? Coarse fissures and deep cracks are not scar tissue. Look at the photos of humans who spend their lifetimes walking outdoors barefoot -- those are deep cracks and fissures which would be glaring on a bigfoot print which shows sweat pores.

      The "bigfoot dermals" look like a new born baby's feet in comparison to a bare foot which has spent a lifetime in the wilderness.

      I know you won't give a straight answer as it has taken you five posts to even properly understand my question. If I were you, I'd use some more of your multiple ID's to cheer yourself on!

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    36. Scar tissue is wear. To assume that a Sasquatch foot would wear much like that of the Nepalese porters foot, is to assume how robust the the skin of a Sasquatch's foot would be. Unfortunately there's enough organic data in them to assume that might just be the case.

      And no, the casts don't look anything of the sort, not according to "thirty police fingerprint workers, ... six physical anthropologists ... four pathologists and two zoologists." You literally shortcomings aren't anyone else's problem. Be accountable for your claims.

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    37. Joe, the point being made in the ISF comment that someone ported was that based on the current evidence, it is correct to assume that bigfoot does not exist. If someone, miraculously, managed to actually capture a bigfoot, that still does not make earlier conclusions incorrect at the time they were made. That is kind of how science works.

      I am not, in the least, surprised that this point sailed way above your head.

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    38. It would be correct to assume that "Bigfoot" doesn't exist, if there was no evidence. Unfortunately, there is.

      The boat you missed.

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  7. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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    1. sometimes Europe be in KAOS , we be getting there real soon KAOS the new NORM ....

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    2. N000oooo.... KAOS here for sure

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  8. what's going on in here? Joe getting the bejabbers beat out him again? carry on

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    1. If Europe were in tatters Joe would still be defending the Patterson Hoax.

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    2. What's going on? One psycho-troll pretending to be many psycho-trolls... And not getting anywhere about it.

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    3. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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    4. ^ T`is the sound of JoeTomi`s arsehole

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  9. Still no bigfoot? Harrumph. Guess it was hogwash.

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    1. If I thought you could understand the evidence for it's existence, I'd post it.

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    3. If there was evidence for its existence you wouldnt need to post it. It would be published by reputable scientists.

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    4. No it wouldn't;
      https://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/dec/09/nobel-winner-boycott-science-journals

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    5. ^ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

      The best Bigfoot evidence to date:
      https://youtu.be/mgWY0D3UcN8

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    6. Yes it would joe and i think your unwillingness to admit that shows your lack of confidence in bigfoots existence. The cracks are showing.

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    7. Not according to a Nobel winner! The only cracks are in your beloved journals, which have been shown to cherry pick, lie and manipulate scientific output.

      By any true sceptical standard, nobody would expect anything substantial from such a shoddy process.

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    8. So what are journals publishing each month if they dont publish science? Do you even think before you type?

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    9. https://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/dec/09/nobel-winner-boycott-science-journals

      Make your own mind up... Try and think for yourself for once.

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    10. How you got from there to bigfoot is being covered up defies any rational reasoning

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    11. Nobody is saying it's being covered up, sorry kid.

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    12. Uh, yes you have Joe. Yes you have. You have said the logging indusrty and the government area covering up Bigfoot.

      Yes, you have Joe. Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.Yes, you have Joe.

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    13. Joe is caught in a lie.

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    14. "Joe. Yes you have. You have said the logging indusrty and the government area covering up Bigfoot."
      ... Have you got a quote?

      No, no, no, no, no, no, no you haven't.

      (Sigh)

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    15. You changed Joe F1tzgerald to "unverified" and you have an orangutan avatar but you forgot to erase your sign off "peace" in your pathetic posts.

      BUSTED!

      Someone even trolled you that landscapers were involved in the logging conspiracy and you fell for it and thought it was a good lead. Joe if you're not familiar with landscapers in the US, they mow lawns, and trim shrubs in the suburbs.

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    16. I have no idea what you're talking about, sorry.

      Who's Joe?

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    17. Sorry, Joe, everyone's on the latest post on Dogman. http://dogmanevidence.blogspot.com/ will make dogman even bigger than bigfoot. Its a Dinopithicus btw

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  10. Now we're getting somewhere.

    The best Bigfoot evidence to date:

    https://youtu.be/mgWY0D3UcN8

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    2. The Patterson Hoax was listed as the worst hoax ever on Sunday's Truth Validators.

      The best Bigfoot evidence to date:
      https://youtu.be/mgWY0D3UcN8

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    3. Truth hurts.

      The best Bigfoot evidence to date:
      https://youtu.be/mgWY0D3UcN8

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    4. And not an ounce of it has ever come through those sausage fingers of yours, kid.

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    5. I'm 6'4 1/2" chump. You have very poor visualization skills, chump.

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    6. You lost, TripleJ1zz Topping.

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    7. 6'4? Ha ha ha ha ha ha!! In your dreams, sausage fingers, pizza stained covered, fat, balled nerd... You wouldn't be in such dire need for self esteem if that wasn't the case.

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    8. Sorry, chump. 6'4 1/2" measured by a doctor.

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    9. You're painfully unfunny because there's zero element of truth in your joke. Pathetic.

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    10. You need a doctor to measure yourself? I recon you've got so many issues with your appearence that you have to stay in your bedroom all day. I recon you haven't got any confidence and pretty much hate yourself.

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    11. How many identities does Joe have?
      Joe
      Iktomi
      Triple Wheese
      stonereader
      the other ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ guy

      Welch swill

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    12. Doctors measure more accurately than people measuring themselves with a ruler, stupid.

      You are sooooo off base. I have an agenda, dummy.

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    13. Did it break you when Danny lost his bet?

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    14. Lets hear more about me not being over 6'4" and having sausage fingers. BWAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHA, you are a total idiot.

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    15. I always enjoy leaving them begging for more!

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    16. If I ever need a reminder of how ill-informed Iktomi is I'll refer to this thread. smh

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    17. how many identities does 10:05 have ?
      I can't even count that high

      Joe

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    18. 10:44... No counter argument? You lose... Sorry it's at the expense of your self esteem...

      Again.

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    19. It's CGI and Photoshop mate. Get a monkey suit...

      (Gets him every time : ) )

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    20. We already knew the Patterson Hoax was CGI and Photoshop mate.

      (Gets him every time : ) )

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    21. but not TRUMP he's a WINNER

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  11. Even Dogman Evidence is aware of Iktomi.

    http://dogmanevidence.blogspot.com/

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    1. http://dogmanevidence.blogspot.com/

      What was the problem, bigfoot wasnt enough?

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    2. AIMS team needs to go after DOGMAN, Huckleberry security expert AIMS TEAM turned in his shotgun for a high speed AR, now old Marine WILD BILL needs to do the same and et a AR.... and get that DOGMAN

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  12. "The patterson film looks like a fella in a monkey costume to me" - B Sykes

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    1. "The Mark Anders' Bigfoot are compelling. They seem to be the only in-focus Bigfoot videos in existence." - B Sykes

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    3. "The Mark Anders' Bigfoot are compelling. They seem to be the only in-focus Bigfoot videos in existence." - B Sykes

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    4. http://www2.isu.edu/rhi/pdf/Munns-%20Meldrum%20Final%20draft.pdf

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    5. Yes, cutting and pasting is fun.
      The best Bigfoot evidence to date:
      https://youtu.be/mgWY0D3UcN8

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    6. It's even more fun if it's relevant.

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    7. Sorry, chap. You don't decide relevance.

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    8. ^
      You're not too foolish to look into a mirror while you type.

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  13. Daisy is in the litter box! Bring me a shovel!

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  14. What happened to hula girl? I bet she got fat.

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