Monday, September 11, 2017

Bigfoot Hunter Gives Hurricane Update


Tim Fasano is on location from the eye of hurricane Irma. Or at least pretty close to it. Fasano gives an update on the situation.

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  1. Fasano is a true expert on the skunk ape. I consider him to be an ambassador for the species.

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    1. TIM FASANO IS A SEXY MAN!


      MM 2 DA C YO!

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    2. Matt, can you ask Tim if he's okay? I'm really concerned. I'm actually losing sleep but at the same time I'm wondering if any Skunk Ape were injured or even died. This is really emotional for me right now.

      MMC

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    3. God bless America and God bless Tim Fasano!

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    4. Matt? Somebody or anybody know if skunk ape are okay in South Florida and if any bigfoot were harmed in Texas? This is hitting me REAL hard right now.

      MMC

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  2. Fatsano is an American Hero! But does he hide his trail cams as good as his Swamp eels?

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  3. Number of Skunk Apes after the hurricane - 0

    Number of Skunk Apes before the hurricane 0

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    1. Erm, multiple-sourced gypsum, synced bi-continentally, fact-checked by lettered experts in disparate functionalities and doubled blinded as a matter of course, would prove otherwise.

      Schooled (crease)

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  4. Fasano's a cab driver. He could've driven his fat ass outta there long ago.

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  5. I thought that Fasano would be shooting his video from inside his cab, with the windshield wipers going, water level up to his balls, ocean waves washing over the top of his car, his car being swept out to sea, and him crapping his pants. Boy is this video a let down.

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  6. I thought that Fasano would be shooting his video from inside his cab, with the windshield wipers going, water level up to his nads, ocean waves washing over the top of his car, his car being swept out to sea, and him crapping his pants. Boy is this video a let down.
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