Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Florida WMA Bigfoot Hunt Part 2


Tim Fasano is back at it again, hitting the swamps and backwoods of Florida in search of the elusive skunk ape.


19 comments:

  1. or more like a dogman hunt

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    1. In honor of your non-spectacular post, I have emitted the loudest, longest and most sour fart imaginable.

      Well done!


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  2. NO worries - TRUMP will take the HELM of this ship of state - a new beginning ....
    is upon you all

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    1. The above post is absolutely thoroughly appropriate because it is so out of synch with reality.

      Your sense of timing is notable.

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    2. T-Fats is in the house! Hey Bimbo Timbo you could of at least picked up that beer can! Somewhere that old Indian just cried!

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  4. Itkomi never answered my question. What got you into bigfoot?

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    1. a little of the old slap and tickle!

      Joe

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    2. Sorry to upset your fantasy. IMO, stupidity is adults insisting that an undiscovered population of hairy 8 foot tall anthropoids with size 36 feet thrives secretly among 350 million people in the US and Canada. Time to put Bigfoot in the same category as leprechauns and Santa Claus.

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  5. The easiest way to habituate these behemoths is a gifting basket with a dozen oysters, a pheasant stuffed with rice and a bottle of Paul Sorbet '21. I have three female squatresses doing my bidding, each more beautiful then the last. If I line them up that way.

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    1. Bigfoot is an example of why C2C is failing. Same old shit, nothing new. Like most regular C2C topics, it was intriguing 25 years when relatively fresh to most folks. Now after decades with platoons of people searching with hi-tech gear, they can't even find a turd. Admit falling for a long running hoax. Let it go. Move on.

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    2. I know what you mean. But fun and intrigue are trumped by reality. Virtually every state and province in N America has hundreds of thousands of hunters scouring the back country from the Florida Keys to the Kenai yearly for deer, elk and other game. I've personally been deep in the mountains in CO, WA, ID, and MT on opening day, and they're like Walmart on saturday morning. If you think a place is isolated for lack of roads, be assured some guys pack in annually looking for their 16-pointer or a bighorn. And though some hunters have been known to shoot anything that moves; cattle, horses, dogs, other hunters in orange...but never a bigfoot.

      You may not encounter a mt lion when hiking, but you can hire a hunting guide who'll find you one with almost certainty; same applies for bear, elk, sheep or any kind of fish that swims in a stream. I think its no coincidence that the bigfoot shows on TV spurn pro hunters and guides; people who make their living knowing what's out there...and it's not bigfoot(s).

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    3. Funny how Bigfoot manifestations exploded only when Nimoy's "In Search Of" hit the tube in the 70's. At the time I lived in "Sasquatch Country" in W. WA and Bigfoot was essentially a creature of campfire stories; a NW Indian legend (like talking ravens and whales) but not actually seen. Maybe the occasional article in "True", "Saga" or National Inquirer". But when Ol S'quatch hit prime time, suddenly sighting were reported more or less regularly in local papers and the eleven o'clock news. I recall a Seattle TV feature about a group of guys down near Longview who took turns traipsing through the woods wearing wooden Bigfoot "feet" to stimulate business from amateur Bigfoot hunters. Here we are, after 30+ years of Bigfoot "investigation", now with thousands of hikers and mt bikers all over the NW woods every weekend and still not a shred of tangible, verifiable evidence.

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    4. I'm sorry, I've never heard of any spike in Bigfoot reports at that time... And even if there was, shows like that help people come forward with extra confidence. There is also an abundance of physical evidence to support such reports and has been collected without a consorted effort by mainstream science.

      Just because you haven't seen a "Bigfoot", doesn't mean everyone who claims to have, hasn't.

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  6. Ugh...found the old squatch dead in my crawlspace with 5 empty bottle of Beam...this is a bad omen...probably means rotten weather for the weekend!

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    1. sure it wasn't a dogman?

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    2. Absotively. I live in dogman ground zero. I know those fat, ugly people that were on MonsterQuest. I been around, you know?

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