Friday, September 16, 2016

Do Bigfoot Conceal Their Tracks?


In this episode of My Crypto World, they discuss how to properly cast bigfoot tracks, and some of the materials they use. They also discuss some of their theories on bigfoot tracks, and how bigfoot might even try and hide their tracks from humans. Check it out:

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    1. DID YOU CONCEAL YOUR INTELLIGENCE???

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    2. We know you don't conceal your insecurities.

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    3. Hey guys

      The title of this article just doesn't look right. This could be a good reason to call more than one bigfoot bigfeet.

      I am not a grammar expert as a few may have recognized. But I think I am correct on this one

      MMC

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    4. Personally, I never use the term "Bigfoot", only to generalise what others understand by it... But if I was, I'd use the same as the article for the plural. But that's me... never short of a little controversy.

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    5. Appreciate the input iki

      MMC

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  2. Fine, we'll do tracks.

    Here is a nice set of 5+ ft tracks visible from the other side of a mountain valley where there are Shoshone accounts of cannibal giants so about 1+ mile away. You can actually see a giant dude in the trees there on the right below one of the tracks:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/z3ajn505slqxxdo/track1.tif?dl=0

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/yoc1wl4gt7pmdaa/track2.tif?dl=0

    I've seen enough huge tracks that I look right past 10-ft archaics searching for the big ones now.

    (silence commences, crickets and bird noises)

    Oh did I make this thread uncomfortable now?

    lol

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    1. You're going to need more plaster.

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    2. Identify yourself! Identify your channel! Identify that smell!

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  3. Bigfoot can float, fly and disappear. Making the hiding of tracks, an inadvertent side effect. You can write that down on the back of your hand, for next time that you start typing on the internet, when you think that you know everything about Bigfoot tracks.

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  4. .. I believe we can see the BF covering it's tracks in the Marble Mountain video .. It stops walking a couple of times and takes a step or 2 backwards and brushes the ground with it's foot .. I believe brushing away it's tracks ...

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