Saturday, April 1, 2017

A 1 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty Has Been Offered


Tom Biscardi's bigfoot corporation is apparently offering a $1 million bigfoot bounty. What the catch is I'm not exactly sure.

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  1. http://xavianthaze.blogspot.com/2017/03/professor-claims-bite-marks-on-bones.html?m=1

    Proof ?

    MMC

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  2. Does Biscardi really have that sort of money to put up as a "reward" ?

    Really ?

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    1. Biscardi would only do something if he would make money off the deal, I suspect when someone provides him with proof (or not), he would market the daylights out of it therein making far more than million!

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  3. LOL. Biscardi is a BS bigfoot hoaxer. He knows that no one will ever collect the $1 million because bigfoot doesn't exist.

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  4. It took the US Government millions of dollars to construct an underground trap to catch a Bigfoot, and millions more for a holding cell that could keep them, the science of which is completely unknown by Biscardi. Biscardi furthermore believes the Bigfoot to be 24/7 F&B animals, and consequently, does not have even the slightest clue of the capabilities of what he hopes to be dealing with.

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    1. You are so right 10:02. Once you start messing with the sasquatch you're going to get the claws. The US government is funding mega-cages bigtime, steel-re-enforced, constructed of top-level clearance alloys, real high tech cloak and dagger stuff. But even with a government backed mission there ain't no telling. A Bigfoot intercept may be 50/50 at best, a lot of casualties, good men and women, so we've got to do this thing right. Biscardi doesn't know what he's up against and neither does the government. This creature is wood grown and raised, something you don't want to mess with.

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  5. According to the most recent financials supplied by the BGFT corporation, they have $29,000 in cash and $565.000 in debt. It is a bulletin board stock and they get to make up their financials since it is not reviewed by anyone.

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