Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Meet The Legend Behind Sasquatch Coffee


PacWest Bigfoot sits down with co-creator of Monster X Radio and Coffee mogul Gunnar Monson.

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  1. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK DR. SQUATCH!!!!

    FASCINATING STUFF!!!!

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    1. YOU'RE BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE BARKMAN!

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    2. Dr.Squatch is most likley the the best researcher in the US and possibly the Whole of the Americas!

      Abholi

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    3. Hiney h0le, my little squatch monsters, rectum here, and were going to bruise the pride of some bigfooters here on rectum o'rictors lady poopoo trendy trans weewee show.

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    4. ^ Oh Dear fellow winker stinkers,,Have Faith in Lube!

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  2. Gunnar is a nice guy who has been inevitably influenced by the amateurs that reported their sighting to the BFRO. Since the only reports that BFRO investigators investigate, are the flesh & blood sightings that make it past Matt Moneymaker, Gunnar then believes that the Bigfoot are all 24/7 flesh & blood. By further surrounding himself with other persons like Todd Neiss, who have phobias against the Bigfoot being paranormal, Gunnar further reinforces faulty beliefs. It is safe to say that Gunnar has never spent anytime in the field, with a paranormal researcher, who can walk him through the audio evidence that tends to prove that the Bigfoot are invisible most of the time.

    And Gunnar's research spot is likely near Browns Camp because that is where all the ATV traffic is in the coast range between Portland and Tillamook. And it is at the top of the Coast Range divide, which is why he refers to it as "up there".

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    1. It's pretty obvious you want to have sex with Gunnar.

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  3. Gunnar is a hopeless pineapple that can't think for himself and follows the bullies in the Bigfoot community for fear of regressing back to his nerdy school boy days where he was the target of bullying. Too bad he is a product of his environment and won't ever be able to function without fear.

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  4. Gunnar looks like a guy that I met in a gay bar a few years ago.

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