Monday, September 5, 2016

Psychic Bigfoot On Coast To Coast


ICYMI, Psychic Bigfoot enthusiast Sam Ritchie on Coast to Coast AM:

In part two, Samantha Ritchie shared her experiences of how she went from being a non-believer of the Sasquatch to being lead out to the Cascade Mountains of Washington state to not only realize her own psychic abilities but also how that ability has drawn the local Sasquatch towards her.

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    1. AC COLLINS SHOULD HAVE CALLED INTO THE SHOW!!

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  2. "Crank" is a pejorative term applied to someone who holds extremely unorthodox views on a subject and is often very vocal about these opinions. A crank will usually maintain their viewpoint despite, or perhaps because of, evidence to the contrary.

    If you value your time and/or sanity, then under no circumstances should you willingly enter into debate with a crank. A crank's cognitive processes are impregnable to all forms of logic, reason, evidence, and in extreme cases, basic facts.

    Crank debaters tend to be much more motivated than you are. This enthusiasm is a big part of what makes them cranks. This means that the crank will have heard all of the common objections to their crankiness. The crank has memorized canned responses to each of them.

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    1. Look in the mirror- there's one see it?

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    2. 8:46... I wish I could apply that to the couple of trolls, but they don't have the capacity to debate.

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  3. If by "crank" you mean "white person under influence of mass psychosis and hard cider" then, yes, bigfootery is full of cranks.

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    1. Nope. Its more people trying to make a living off the thing and actually obscuring evidence so they can continue to pay for their new Buick.

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    2. They still make Buicks?

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    3. All I know is Brenton Sawin is going to have to beg a lot harder to get people to pay for a new Buick for him.

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  5. This is excellent evidence, right Inktony?

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  6. Why do only white cranks see bigfoot?
    Seems a bit weird.

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  7. " there is no proof of bigfoot "
    - itkomi

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    1. ... But proof that something with the widely reported anatomy as "Bigfoot" is leaving its physical evidence on the environment of the US. Put that with the hair samples, footage, audio and innumerable cultural and contemporary anecdotes;

      Occam's Razor.

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    2. So in other words, there is no proof of bigfoot.

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    3. ... Yes. I wonder what other bipedal primate twice the size of normal human primates is leaving those tracks though?

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    4. ..Hi Joe, would that not be proof of bigfoot? If there is proof that something commonly described as bigfoot is leaving evidence, then bigfoot would be proven...For example, if it can be proven a footprint was not a hoax or mis-id then that would be proof of bigfoot..I mean it couldn't be from a moose...lol..

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    5. Iktomi, we've been through this before. You don't say occam's razor and win. Cringe. That's ok, kid, you're learning.

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