Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Sasquatch All Over The World Part 2


Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio continues with guest Sun Mones, discussing his many encounters with bigfoot creatures.

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72 comments:

  1. The gypsy said the problem with you is you need some sensible shoes!

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  2. And to think DWA actively defends the bigfoot religion. Moron.

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    1. B is for Bigfoot
      B is for Bltch
      that's Stuey cause he has vagina itch

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    2. It's a dying religion to be sure.

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    3. Bigfoot cultist are Stueys.

      Why so effeminate bigfoot believing males give themselves indian names?

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    4. Please work on your spelling and grammar site troll.

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    5. What are the spelling and grammar errors, oh wise monkey?

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    6. Ask your teacher to check your work.

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    7. Denial is the religion. Believers have moved on

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    8. Bigfoot cultists are Stueys.

      Why do effeminate, bigfoot-believing males give themselves Indian names?

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    9. You haven't moved on if you still believe in Bigfoot, imbecile.

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    10. Denial is the religion of the Stueys of the world

      Believers are smarter than that

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    11. "Believers are smarter than that."

      Yes indeed! This has been shown many times by such visionaries as Dr. Matthew Johnson, Todd Standing, Melba Ketchum, Thom Cantall and many others. There is no denying their brilliant insight!

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    12. Poor Stuey. Still raging & worried about what people think on the internet about "non-existent creatures".

      Anyone would think he's been burned severely along the way?

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    13. ^ they are smarter than you stuey

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    14. BFE's own ikdummy has theorized that chimpanzees haven't been photographed yet because of their photographic memory.

      Photographic memory makes you invisible, you see.

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    15. Ikdummy chiming in. You get 'em, ikdummy!

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    16. Stuey... You've been up all night, through to the morning raging & worried about "non-existent creatures". Do you think that's a healthy way to live?

      Stuey... "Bigfoot" exists based on the repeatable evidence it leaves around the world. If "Bigfoot" exists, then it has to have some attributes in avoiding trail cameras. From here, we can theorise that it is highly likely that they have extremely efficient tracking abilities & senses akin to known primates that have the ability to process sensory information far, far quicker than us civilised human-primates. If someone makes passage through dense brush in the process of erecting trail cameras, this would be like an oil slick in the ocean to something evolved in such places. If these hominins enjoy the added sentience of a humans, then they naturally acquire the intelligence to avoid us at all cost. Furthermore, if the Native Americans were right all along about "Bigfoot", it's also highly likely they're on the ball about how well they track & evade.

      And even if Native Americans and I are utterly, shambolically wrong about that... "Bigfoot" STILL exists based on the repeatable evidence it leaves around the world. It's here that you need to preoccupy yourself, dear boy. Give it a go... You never know, you might finally get some satisfaction and get a good night's rest instead of being up all night raging & worrying about "non-existent creatures" on the internet.

      (Sigh)

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    17. You win, ikdummy. Even if Sasq'et isn't real, Sasq'et is real based on repeated hoaxes. LOL


      ikdummy strikes.......again!

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    18. Hmmmmm... No. You're almost at the burden point you need to start at but you're slipping back into circular logic about alleged hoaxes. It's worth noting, that if the situation was as clear cut as you assert it is... Then you wouldn't need a logical fallacy as your main argument.

      Are we starting to get at the reason as to why you're up worried all night?

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    19. Really, is there anyone more idiotic in the bigfoot world than ikdummy?

      His new big word is "sentience" which he spelled as "sentence" in his initial posts with the big new word.

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    20. Let's debate unicorns.

      The burden is on you to refute every hoax and report there ever was.

      Not interested? I win!

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    21. Who are you talking to, Stuart? Stay on track now, I'm limited for time and can only stoop this low for so long...

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    23. Stuey... Nobody is seeing unicorns. There is no repeatable scientific evidence being presented by PhD's for the existence of unicorns. You were repeatedly embarrassed about this about five years ago, you need to up your game... Especially if your existence rests on how many people you can upset.

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    24. Hmmmmm... No, ikdummy. You're almost at the burden point you need to start at but you're slipping back into circular logic about alleged hoaxes. It's worth noting, that if the situation was as clear cut as you assert it is... Then you wouldn't need a logical fallacy as your main argument.



      Unicorn power!

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    25. Your cut & paste at exposing me as a hypocrite would work perfectly... If you'd simply addressed the point that nobody is seeing unicorns, and there sure as heck isn't repeatable scientific evidence being presented by PhD's for the existence of them.

      You have the potential to be able to start debate at teenage level... You've got a long way to go before you attempt it at adult level.

      Anyway! Anything else before I get back to more important things? This is your chance to impress your audience with a valid argument...

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    26. I've seen unicorns and know people that have also seen them. At one point, no Phds had presented evidence for bigfoot, no?

      ikdummy, you are an uneducated goof that has, for whatever reason, latched on to debating bigfoot. We're not joking when we say that you are an idiot but I guess the idiot is the last to know.

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    27. DS!i see you replied to me yesterday after i had gone to bed.I think you'll find your opinion that Rob Dodson's photos are fake isn't proof it's just your opinion so where's your proof? xx

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    28. And here's where you said Rob sounds like Forrest Gump..

      http://bigfootevidence.blogspot.co.uk/2017/05/bigfoot-hunters-10-point-bigfoot-photo.html

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    29. PIB, do you have evidence that unicorns do not exist?

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    30. Unicons do exist.Here is a fat one.

      https://intlrhinofoundation.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/002.jpg

      xx

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    31. If you ask DS i'm sure he'll show you a blurry photo of a tree with drawn on eyes which he will claim is a Unicorn man xx

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    32. Did PIB just discover the "unicon".

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    33. No, Stuart...

      The very origin of the first commonly used name for this hominin, "Big Foot" (as much as I hate the name),
      was in direct reference to what was being documented even before these creature's sightings were being widely disclosed by witnesses. This essentially erodes any suggestion of major media influences on eyewitnesses, before any major powers of suggestion. We have had physical evidence to reference and have done since the very first moments that this subject was introduced into pop culture. People have become so far removed from this very fundamental fact that they forget that when asserting there is no physical evidence, that the reason these creatures first came into most people's minds, was on the very basis of which it was seen to be leaving its physical evidence on the environment of North America.

      So Stuart, even though PhD's have not always presented evidence for "Bigfoot", it's always existed... And biologist research simply evolves. And you'd still need to find three databases of modern unicorn reports, as an equivalent to Sasq'ets.

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    34. And Stuart... You're running out of time to impress your audience with a valid argument...

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    35. No, ikstuey... Respect Native Americans and allow their mythical creature to exist in your mind instead of Western Culturing everything to hoax it up into a "real" creature. Shame on you and stop appropriating their names and their mythology, "iktomi".

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    36. "Western Culturing"? Now there's an educated thing to say... Wouldn't someone with an education address another person by using capitals?

      Anyway Stue... Turns out their "mythology", which is in fact oral history, is substantiated by other cultures and physical evidence in the present. You're still not starting at your burden and building a case for a valid argument.

      Oh, those long lonely, angry nights...

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    37. Haha that joketomi guy is such a wanker

      haha haha haha

      he just can`t help it

      haha haha haha

      now,fuck off you kuhnt

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    38. 1st paragraph....what?

      2nd paragraph....You are conflating oral history with mythology. All cultures have both. Do not further screw things up with making modern hoaxes part of their tradition. Your racism is sickening and your lack of understanding that Native Americans have mythology as well a reality based oral history speaks volumes of your tragic soul.

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    39. ikdummy, help Native Americans by not trying to help them, Welsh poof. LOL

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    40. I showed a Native American in my area some of ikdummy's writings and he said they should start calling him "dicktomi". ikdummy wouldn't last too long in the states with his Native American bashing and bigfoot lies.

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    41. Oh dear... The false moral highground?

      One of the oldest native names for this hominin is "Shoonshoonootr", one of the few native words to literally translate as “big foot”, giving us some indication of how long physical evidence for this creature has been surfacing. It is generally accepted by modern anthropology that Native Americans have inhabited North America for 14,000 years.

      Ever heard of the "hairy man" pictographs?
      http://www2.isu.edu/rhi/pdf/Mayak%20Datat%20Hairy%20Man%20Pictographs-1.pdf

      Basically, there are anthropologists who have worked too closely with native American tribes, who all attest to their oral histories having these hominins at their cultural core as oral histories. Yet... I'm a racist for acknowledging their oral histories for what they are asserted to be?

      (Yawn)

      You're running out of time to impress your audience with a valid argument.

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    42. Come on Stuey... You've waited up all night for this opportunity...

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    43. You've helped advance a guy in a hairy suit instead of Native American folklore. You hide under the guise of "iktomi" and pretend it's all about Native Americans when you are promoting a Western culture version based on pranks and hoaxes. But it's all fun to you.

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    44. It's all fun to him...all the way in Wales.

      You're sick, iktomi. Sick.

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    45. What's for certain, is it doesn't seem to be all fun for you, Stue. Up all night worried about creatures that allegedly don't exist...

      (Sigh)

      And nope! If you actually picked up a book about the subject, particularly one from Kathy Moskowitz Strain, an anthropologist who's worked closely with native Americans... You'd know that all of what I say is actually 100% the case. Nearly every tribe has the same creature in their oral histories, usually described as a cannibal and sometimes as a brother. Sasq'ets goes by close to 100 by tribes in North America who were geographically spilt, who were all reporting the same thing that in turn were reported with consistency by Europeans who thought native customs undesirable.

      And then you have the evidence.

      Hmmmm... You're still not starting at your burden and building a case for a valid argument... I'll give you a pro tip. Start with what you're asserting, and try and substantiate it & go from there. For example, if I was asserting that the evidence that is repeatable across continents was the result of hoaxing, I would have to provide evidence for that.

      (Yawn)

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    46. Tu quoque logical fallacy, ikdummy.

      "But, but, Kathy Moskowitz Strain does it, too"

      And then throws in his "Sasq'ets" wording to attempt to offset his exploitation, hijacking, and distortion of Native American culture.

      Sick, joe/ikdummy. You're sick.

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    47. Fairies exist
      Stueys proof

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    48. is an ikstuey supporter posting a homophobic comment?

      You know that ikdummy is gay, right?




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    49. Hmmmm... Nope. If you actually made an attempt at any literature from anthropologists who've studied Native oral history, you'd know that what I'm talking about is utterly consistent. Another is S'CWENE'YTI AND THE STICK INDIANS OF THE COLVILLES. The Interaction of Large Bipedal Hominids with American Indians, by Anthropologist Dr. Ed Fusch. Try it one time... Actually spend ten minutes reading something. Learn something. It certainly beats refreshing the same BFE page all night.

      Anyway Stuey, it was fun mind bending you for another day. I'm now going to leave this cesspit of a blog and relegate you to "nobody status" again while zero people stoop as low as to respond to you. Fancy that? You don't exist, you are nothing unless someone chimes in to make you look like an idiot.

      Oh dear.

      : )

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    50. I disavow you, 1:53. I do not support homophobic comments.

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    51. Sorry, make that 1:47. I disavow you, 1:47. I do not support homophobic comments.

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    52. ikdummy, Native Americans are not the ones profiting off of books, conferences, and tv shows, speaking fees, etc... you call yourself "iktomi" and say "sasq'et" to pander to the very people you exploit.

      sick joe f1tzgerald aka fake iktomi

      You're the fake iktomi. The irony of you calling someone 'fake iktomi'.

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    53. psychopathic psychostalker bigfoot nerd Stutard ^

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    1. :) xx

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZtudc-3nlg

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    2. So sad - There was a time kids used to play pianos and improvise fugues in the style of Bach, Handel and Scarlatti....now they are convulsing on the ground, crassly rubbing their private parts and engaging in behavior which is setting us back to times before the wheel was invented. Hip Hop culture is an absolute embarrassment and scourge on humanity, as IQ's collectively plummet into in the double digits and United States keeps dropping and dropping in standardized testing but soaring in the confidence department - it's totally pathetic and is worse than the Roman Empire before their fall.

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  5. Got Forest boy and his dog peeking !
    Go ahead and try to prove this is fake, good luck idiots, you do no research anyways !
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyWlyidXPus

    my evidence = unreal KABOOM !

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    1. Holy crap, man! That's awesome. I've actually tried to get my own bigfoot photos by going out into wooded areas but I looked at the video afterwards and I didn't see anything. You know exactly where to look. You make this look easy but I'm telling everyone...it is NOT! I'm not going to risk lyme disease. I'll leave that to the pros and just enjoy DS's expertise. Jeffrey Meldrum is fake news, by the way.

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    2. Don't give up, it took me a long time to be able to see things that are now hard to ignore. first time I went out I saw nothing but i didn't give up and stuck to it and now I have the best bigfoot and dogman evidence.
      Keep at it young buck and one day you may become a forest zen master like me.
      Meldrum is a thief and still has to return my hair samples !

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    3. I'm not a young buck. I'm in my mid-70s but am stacking steroids and pepto bismol to give me an edge in snapping imagery of dogman and possible a moth man.

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    4. All you need is an active imagination and a red marker.

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    5. You sound like Ikdummy and vegas the liar. Jealous douchebags !

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    6. Dont forget the BABE OF THE WOODS! Likely that poor tree has been molested into a big pile of sawdust by her admirer(s).

      -Stewart POS

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    7. 'I'm not a young buck. I'm in my mid-70s but am stacking steroids and pepto bismol to give me an edge in snapping imagery of dogman and possible a moth man."

      You win at life, Goode Sir.

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