Thursday, February 1, 2018

Bigfoot Lawsuit Filed in California


Todd Standing isn't the only one with a bigfoot lawsuit. Now one has been filed in California as well. You know lawsuits can be expensive, and even though Standing has a documentary running on Netflix, he still needs YOUR help!

65 comments:

  1. Todd Standing is claiming credit for this, but he is secondary at best! Good grief...what an ego!

    ReplyDelete
  2. What a mistake by Claudia Ackley! You could not have aligned yourself with a bigger hoaxer! Now you are a hoaxer...
    .Claudia Ackley is a liar and hoaxer!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I am suing the country of Canada to recognize my puppets as real creatures.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Ironic that a man with the last name of Standing has no standing in the Bigfoot community (or anywhere else for that matter).

    ReplyDelete
  5. How many gullible mugs are going to send him money for this futile and lunatic venture ?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. How many gullible people have you managed to convince “Bigfoot” doesn’t exist in 8 years of running scared?

      Delete
    2. Oh Ikky...

      You're actually advising people to send money to that hoaxer Standing? What's next? Are you going to set up a gofundme for Rick Dyer?

      Delete
    3. I hear Matthew Johnson gladly accepts donations for his cult....eh, I mean research.

      Delete
    4. Yes of course. Because it’s totally logical that someone would go as far as trying to file a lawsuit against the government to perpetuate a hoax... isn’t it?

      Delete
    5. Logical and Bigfoot? Those are two words that are opposite of each other.

      It's simple. Standing is doing this for the publicity and seems to be failing miserably in California where the media have brushed him off.

      Delete
    6. Oh you’re utterly correct sir. Logic and Bigfoot rarely go hand in hand, but not because thousands of years of anecdotes are substantiated by decades of physical evidence... but because this subject appears to attract far more intellectual throw backs who obsess about it far more than any enthusiast. And who would apply far more impossible, far more illogical globe trotting hoaxing conspiracy theories to substantiate pathological denial.

      These publicity stunt conspirators will even risk being sued by the government in return should nothing come of it. Makes perfect logic.

      Delete
    7. The government is not going to waste time suing him but you are utterly correct sir in that nothing will come of it.

      Delete
    8. Why wouldn’t he government make an example of him to prevent others doing the same? The govevrment dictates, and not your mere opinion.

      Delete
    9. 8 years and no proof of Bigfoot :(

      Delete
    10. The government would sue only if it can prove that the false claims were frivolous – a nearly impossible standard. It will simply be thrown out of court and Standing knows this. It's all about the publicity and bringing attention to himself.

      You actually believe this guy don't you?

      Delete
    11. Argh of course... So for years of asserting that “Bigfoot” is a mere fantasy, the govevrmemt would now struggle to make an example of Standing? I think we’ll Christen this week Ad Hoc Theory Week. You seem to be taking DS’s theme and running with it well.

      I have issues with Standing’s stuff. However, I do believe firmly that he isn’t going to such lengths to sue the government for mere publicity. Because it is not logical. Because I have basic common sense. His transparency and flat out pleading for biologists to go out with him says to me he can’t really do anymore to prove his case.

      Delete
    12. That's correct, only collect warm or steaming stool samples and run right home and put them in your freezer, on the day of court hearing thaw all samples and present as evidence of species, duh,pretty simple really

      Delete
    13. ^ You have no logic or common sense at all

      Delete
    14. ^ You’re “busy” again today I see.

      Delete
    15. Iktomi is lost. Imagine such a void of evidence that you need to defend Todd Standing's muppets to argue your phony apeman case.

      Delete
    16. Your comment didn’t make any sense mate. And I don’t need Standing’s stuff to argue the case for “apeman”. Try me on it... I’ll ruin another weekend of yours.

      ; )

      Delete
    17. The footer's are really scrapping the bottom of the barrel for crumbs these days.

      Delete
    18. Anal anus anal anal anus Meldrum anus PhD anal anal Schooled Anus

      Delete
    19. Not really, Stuey... Footprint evidence is getting published in journals. Remember how you rhetorically demanded journals for years?

      Oh how I laughed.

      Delete
    20. Rhetorically, morphologically, or dermally, Josephine?

      Delete
    21. Just reads like your meltdown list.

      Delete
  6. 8 years and no proof of Bigfoot:(

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. That’s it Stuey... keep showing your scars. It’s so easy to spot what hits the nerve, ha ha ha!!

      Delete
    2. Try 50 years of no Bigfoot.

      Delete
    3. Now come on Stuey, you know you’ve never taken too well to explaining away the physical evidence over that length of time. And if something doesn’t exist, it doesn’t leave 50 years of physical evidence.

      Delete
    4. No physical evidence of bigfoot ever. All a big hoax. Fake footprints, fake costumes, etc. A silly lie.

      Delete
    5. So tell me... how many people would have to be in cahoots to be leaving footprints where people might not trek for decades, as well as running around in gorilla costumes... to accomplish this hoaxing conspiracy of yours, Stuey? Think along the lines of trying to convince someone now, dear boy. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, remember. And that’s quite a claim.

      Please tell me you have something other than a mere kooky conspiracy?

      Delete
    6. If no one would “trek” where the footprints were found for decades, how were they found? Magic?

      Delete
    7. Joe F: "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, remember."

      The irony from a moron who's foremost evidence for alleged 10,000 800 lb 10 ft tall hairy men is plaster and NOT 10,000 800 lb 10 ft tall hairy men.

      If bigfoot were real, every single one would be documented. It would make big news if 1 of the 10,000 had kept hidden, not all 10,000, idiot-Joe.

      Delete
    8. They apparently have the same astounding attributes at evasion that are ridiculous to assume in the case of DS’s red circle drawings. It’s a nice “ad hoc” double standard that he’s carved out there.

      Delete
    9. 2:30, the answer is that some obese hoaxer walked 200 feet from a hiking trail parking lot, created some fake tracks, and then proclaimed that “no one would trek there again for decades! Ha Ha Ha!

      Delete
    10. "When you're up in the bush and you come across a set of tracks so far removed from any of the nearest roads, you didn't even know you were gonna be at that spot at that given moment. Who on Earth put those tracks there, how did they get there and why are they there? You can't just turn away from that and just say, "argh just somebody's playing a joke." If people are gonna play a joke they're gonna go down by a park where you know people see something, you're not gonna go way up in the bush. I've seen instances where I've pushed a bush back to step down off of a log fall, and there's a track right there where the animal obviously had stepped where the bush was and moved it out of the way as it passed through, & the bush covered it back over and protected the track. Now nobody set that hoping that I'd see that some day, that's ludicrous."
      - Bill Miller, Eye Witness & Field Researcher

      Bill Miller’s quote above perfectly articulates what I’m saying. Some of these track impressions are found 20 miles into wilderness interiors. A hoaxer would have to have a million to one guess rate to predict where someone might be walking one day. But of course, this is aaaaaaall very logical to the blog’s number 1 baffoon. And yes... this is how field biology works see, dear boy. To prove that a particular mammal is in a particular area, wildlife biologists will cast plaster which document their existence in said area. This is how enthusiasts have 60 years of this to reference. A frequency of evidence that is now being documented in other continents... and subsequently published in American journals. So for my “extraordinary claim”, I have 60 years of extraordinary evidence that stands up to scientific scrutiny and passes the requirement of scientific repetition. The only thing left, is the extraordinary effort to track the primate leaving that level of evidence.

      document
      verb
      past tense: documented; past participle: documented
      ˈdɒkjʊmɛnt/Submit
      record (something) in written, photographic, or other form.

      Delete
    11. 2:49... When you’ve stopped talking to yourself, allow the ghost of Grover Krantz make you look silly...

      "To all these must now be added the fact that our supposed hoaxer is an expert on human anatomy with a very inventive mind. He was able to create from nothing all the details of how a foot might be redesigned to support a body weight several times that of a man. And he has continued to plant these tracks over more than a lifetime, always showing only vague hints of these anatomical peculiarities. These include great width of heel, a double ball, and a straighter row of similarly sized toes."
      http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/91-anatomy-of-the-sasquatch-foot

      Now... how about some substance for this hoaxing conspiracy of yours?

      Delete
    12. Maybe the hoaxer is the guy who’s charging dumb rubes hundreds of dollars for “bigfoot tours”? Ha ha ha!

      Delete
    13. I know I've consistently failed to provide any evidence except ....8 years and no proof of Bigfoot:(

      Delete
    14. If “Bigfoot” exists (which you’re failing comprehensively at demonstrating that it doesn’t), then there is no fraudulent behaviour associated with people wanting to learn about the subject, whilst money to further research isn’t coming from anywhere else.

      But if only we had one example of this damned hoaxing conspiracy eh? You seem to be dodging the questions... does that mean you’re utterly clueless as to one little example? You’re into your 8th year of pushing this stuff Stuey, surely you have something?

      Delete
    15. Yet I've provided no proof of Bigfoot, ever...8 years and no proof of Bigfoot:(

      Delete
    16. Hmmmm... indeed. And how closer are you to convincing someone of this conspiracy theory? Just think of all us evil “footers” getting away with murder... what are you doing to thwart it all Stuey?

      Delete
    17. The “bigfoot tour” consists of the obese guide riding on a UTV because he’s too out of shape to walk more than 20 feet without collapsing from exhaustion! The tour takes dumb rubes to a designated location where one of the guide’s fat associates is hiding in the woods knocking on trees. And then they use some of the money that the dumb rubes paid to have a cook out so the obese guide can chow down and become even more disgustingly fat! Sounds like fun! Ha ha ha!

      Delete
    18. Hmmmm... indeed. But after typing that, how closer are you to convincing someone that they’re all hoaxers aligned with this hoaxing conspiracy theory of yours?

      Delete
    19. Dancing, dancing and more dancing... but never any answers. Never any substance for something allegedly so god damn obvious...

      How odd.

      Delete
    20. See you in a few hours Stuey! Better keep frantically refreshing these pages, because I’ll be back to school your *ss!

      : p

      Delete
    21. Stop with the blasphemy lktomi.

      Delete
  7. Not a lot of people. Only a handful of good costumes and good faked prints. You're tossing in all the easily dismissible fakes to create the illusion of numbers, which is what you role-play losers do. All this "evidence". LOL

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Sorry Stuey. I know how much you like to special plead... but it would actually require thousands of years of “good costumes & take prints”. It would in fact require an illogical culture hopping secret society of gorilla suit wearing role players, even though finding each others customs undesirable, & spanning from a time when they didn't even know what a non-human primate looked & behaved like... whilst in fact managing to hoax the exact same anatomical and behavioural traits, as well as cheat experts with fake morphological traits too!

      Quite an extraordinary claim... do you think you’re any closer to convincing someone of that?

      Delete
    2. Hmmm, how many people have I proved Bigfoot to.....0

      Delete
    3. That’s actually irrelevant, since you’re on a blog which enthusiasts would visit anyway, and since you’re here harrasing people to prevent them exchanging ideas. I think the onus is on the person frantically spending 24/7 somewhere he pathologically hates.

      Please tell me you have something to convince someone?

      Delete
    4. Thanks for proving me correct, it's nice I can be honest about ... 8 years and no proof of Bigfoot:(

      Delete
    5. Oh well... it’s apparent that you don’t even subscribe to these conspiracy theories. You clearly have no confidence in such wild, extraordinary claims... Or have the stomach to defend them, or you’d be putting me to shame.

      “Thanks for proving me correct...”

      Ironic.

      : )

      Delete
    6. I love how Iktomi gets inside Stuey's little head. Very entertaining. Keep up the work Iktomi!

      Delete
    7. Any luck yet finding that 500 pound owl?

      Delete
    8. Your mom is beached out on the recliner in your living room. Somebody should wax her chin. Next time find her yourself.

      Delete
    9. No, no, Stuey. That was Chick obliterating you. HAAAAAAA!!!!

      Delete