Friday, April 1, 2016

Something Found This Hidden Trail Camera And Didn't Like It


Regardless of our technology and advancements in science, and our egos, we still can't seem to outsmart nature. Robert Dodson spent a lot of time camouflaging and hiding his trail camera from view, in hopes of capturing proof of a bigfoot. But when he returns to the location, he finds that something has obviously found the camera, and didn't seem very happy with it being there. What does the footage show?


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    1. Imagining posters again? Get some fresh air.

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    2. ^ he says as the stench from his underpants wafts upwards

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    3. ^ has flabby "sausage" in his hand

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    4. ^ imagines posters with "flabby sausages in hand".

      (Ew!!)

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  2. Hooray...I`m FIRST AGAIN.

    Gosh I`m such a success...mommy has said i can stay up late until 10pm.

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    1. ^ you really don`t get it do you ?

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    2. You thought you were first... Took the Mickey out of being first... But you weren't first.

      Funny fail.

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  3. Why pretend "something didn`t like it" as if a thing actively sought it out or came across it and moved it ? ...it was nothing of the sort and was clearly some kind of small animal that knocked it during its foraging...it`s dodgy pretence such as the write up above that gives "footery" a bad name.

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    1. Nargh... Last time I checked, "footery" was still giving psuedosceptics a winky bum and therefore just fine.

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    2. ^ thinks it was bigfoot moved the camera

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    3. ^ thinks putting words in people's mouths makes everything ok.

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    4. ^ puts words in others mouths every day and cares not one jot whether it`s "ok" or not

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  4. I'm beginning to think this is performance art.

    I mean, yes, bigfoot "researchers" are an incompetent, credulous lot, but this begins to beggar belief. Is it really possible that one man can be this persistently incompetent at using trail cameras?

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    1. Why don't you go and show us how it's done? You seem to have the skills to pay the bills... I mean, you're the man right?

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    2. The Bluff Creek Project is already doing exactly that, but the clownshow that is bigfoot "research" at large is too incompetent to take the hint.

      If you want to know how to do real bigfoot research, just look at how they do things and copy their methods. Those guys know how to do real research. Of course it's not getting them any bigfootage, but then in the field of bigfoot the competence of the researcher is inversely proportional to the amount of "evidence" they supposedly discover. Instead of properly setting cameras, most bigfoot "researchers" would much rather block the camera sensor or forget the batteries or misuse the memory card or completely fail to secure the camera properly and then pretend their failure was "because of bigfoot".

      Now if the Bluff Creek Project ever does manage to secure some bigfootage, it will definitely be worth looking into, because they know how to do real field work. Which is more than can be said for anything this self proclaimed "bigfoot hunter" will ever achieve. And also worlds better than any of the debunked crackpot garbage you try to peddle here as "evidence".

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    3. "Those guys know how to do real research. Of course it's not getting them any bigfootage..."

      Did you actually just type that? Are of aware of how much you contradict yourself and look like an idiot at times? I'm really not trying to be nasty here, I'm being sympathetic. You come here neatly every day of your life to use quotation marks towards researchers, claiming that they don't yield any evidence, and you then use a project that hasn't yielded any evidence as a means to show that something that has yielded evidence, hasn't?

      You're a bit of a mess mate, and anyone will tell you that. Here's a trail cam photo;
      http://cliffbarackman.com/research/field-investigations/the-duhon-photograph/

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    4. Oh look, yet another worthless blobsquatch picture. More crackpot garbage from you.

      And I'm not using the Bluff Creek Project as an example of something that has yielded evidence of bigfoot, you basic reading comprehension impaired little twit.

      I'm using the Bluff Creek Project as an example of how to do proper, reliable, trustworthy research. do you even begin to understand the difference?

      You seem to think that the measure of bigfoot "research" is the mere quantity of supposed "evidence" it produces. It's not. That s not how science works. Even the biggest pile of garbage is still just garbage.

      The true measure of bigfoot research is the reliability of the evidence, or lack thereof, that it produces.

      The Bluff Creek Project is reliable.

      This Dodson stumblebum is not. Nor are you.

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    5. Not even an excuse this time... Just anger, fascinating to see someone with no self esteem react to their own contradictions being pointed out, isn't it?

      IktomiFriday, April 1, 2016 at 10:55:00 PM PDT
      Why don't you go and show us how it's done? You seem to have the skills to pay the bills... I mean, you're the man right?
      AnonymousSaturday, April 2, 2016 at 12:08:00 AM PDT
      The Bluff Creek Project is already doing exactly that, but the clownshow that is bigfoot "research" at large is too incompetent to take the hint.
      AnonymousSunday, April 3, 2016 at 6:56:00 PM PDT
      And I'm not using the Bluff Creek Project as an example of something that has yielded evidence of bigfoot, you basic reading comprehension impaired little twit.

      Nope! That pretty much was used an example of how to do things competently... By presenting no evidence at all. How fruitful has this "proper, reliable, trustworthy" research? How would one gage how successful this is? How can you make allegations of what someone presents as quantity lacking quality of evidence, when the source you cite presents nothing? I don't think you're qualified kid, with that level of judgement, ha ha ha!

      Let's put this into perspective... By your logic, the quality of my cited evidence is poor because your preferred source than shows nothing is somehow better?

      Wow... Just wow...

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  5. Cliff is a failure as a teacher. What makes anyone think he wouldn't fail trying to find a snipe, or whatever they call a Bigfoot now?

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    1. Cliff is BOBO apprentice he will teach the ways of the bigfoot
      BOBO a bigfoot GURU

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