Monday, May 14, 2018

Killing Bigfoot


The Gulf Coast Bigfoot Research Organization isn't just interested in learning information about bigfoot, they want to prove they exist. The best way to do that is to harvest one, and that's what they intend to do.

21 comments:

  1. Well lookee here, yet another television series exploiting belief in Bigfoot for it's entertainment value much like Finding Bigfoot and Mountain Monsters. There's some good ambassadors for you - some gun-toting rednecks hellbent on shooting anything that moves on two feet. Don't you believers realize how stupid these tv shows make you ALL look? If I were you I would set aside my rancor for skeptics and go after the producers of these shows. They are doing more damage to the reputation of Bigfoot than any skeptic ever could.

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    1. Always humorous to read you labelling people “believers” when you’re on record claiming Bigfoot are paranormal. When you’re not role-playing a sceptic of course. Most would argue it’s people like you who are doing more damage to the credibility of subject.

      Well if you’d simply progress past sad reality TV & laughable pop culture, and were able to fathom how science works, then stuff like this wouldn’t even be relevant. You stick to your level, Stuey, watching you trying to understand science is like watching ants drown.

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    2. ^ A kind of imbecile at 11:29 - forgive him as he just can`t help it...he has NO idea who he is replying to and the reference to "paranormal" bigfoot is entirely of his own embellishment...prolly his wishful thinking as there`s gotta be SOME reason it ain`t EVER been found.

      Sheesh...what a feckin` dimwit.

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    3. Iktomi is a mental spastic is about the kindest thing said of him...and the most appropriate.

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    4. Ha ha ha Iktomi talking about how "science works" - you haven`t the foggiest have you?

      Did you get that bit from a book you managed to get somebody to read to you?

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    5. Anonymous Sunday, May 13, 2018 at 8:50:00 PM PDT
      Your being awfully harsh. They obviously need a little fantasy in the daily drudge of their lives and look to others with like-minded beliefs. It's a harmless obsession they indulge in and makes them feel special to be in a group of "knowers".
      Or they could just be a bunch of weirdos and liars.
      https://bigfootevidence.blogspot.co.uk/2018/05/bigfoot-tree-peekers.html?m=0

      Stuey is extra angry I’m not around for him to self-medicate his self esteem issues.
      “Many cyberstalkers are obsessed, unstable, or otherwise mentally ill. Still, others are simply angry or hurt and have crossed the line into criminal activity when expressing these emotions. While they can exhibit charm and eloquence, they are generally isolated and desperate, have very low self-esteem, and are especially sensitive to rejection.”
      https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sex-lies-trauma/201503/cyberstalking-the-fastest-growing-crime

      This corrorlates with his behaviour after nobody found his Skinwalker-Tree-Squatch theories cool. Who claims people with like minded beliefs are “looking to feel special in their daily drudge of their lives”? Well ironically, someone with projectory issues, and far more genuine issues than the lost Stuey reeled off above.
      “Since a sadistic person is characterised by being vicious and degrading toward others (sometimes physically), it’s possible that the internet allows them to redirect their energy. If they’re inflicting harm through anonymous words, perhaps it’s preventing them from doing something much more destructive in person. On the extreme end, and unsurprisingly, sadism is commonly seen in sexual offenders and serial killers.”
      https://www.theguardian.com/science/head-quarters/2014/feb/25/internet-trolls-are-also-real-life-trolls

      “Without face-to-face presence, a potential troll is more likely to perceive others as a 'target' rather than a real human being," he told CNN.
      If anonymity is one factor, psychological and emotional issues are another, according to Suler, who says many trolls likely have problems with depression, low self-esteem, and anger.
      They want to inject their own emotional turmoil into other people by luring them into negativity. It's a way for them to feel some kind of control or power over their own disruptive emotions, at other people's expense.”
      http://edition.cnn.com/2013/07/11/world/internet-trolling/

      But he’s only gonna **** off to this. And I have his Tree-Skin-Squatch-Walkin’ comments ready at the tip of my fingertips.

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    6. I wonder how much science he can provide for his Squatch-Treein’-Walker-Skin theories?

      If his role-playing scepticism is anything to go by... I’d better not hold my breath.

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    7. Thanks for your usual logorrhea that no one will read.

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    8. I guess Walker-Tree-Squatch-Skinners are a lot harder to substantiate than things that can actually be tested by science means... not like the paranormal. No wonder you’re so bitter about people who can substantiate what they’re convinced by. That would seem odd at first since you’re an enthusiast too... But since you’re so emotionally sensitive in line with your personality disorder, the bitterness in you just overrides everything else.

      Let me know when you’re ready for another secondary school level science lesson. Ya bloody great patoot.

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    10. Hard to believe there’s an grown man somewhere publishing stuff like that.

      Ciao Stuart.

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  2. Everybody that has been on any finding bigfoot type show is a retard!

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    1. The only people that would think any of these bigfoot hunters are cool would be a very small child with downsyndrome.

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    2. Well i think their cool

      Joe

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    3. Point proven^
      Thanks Joe

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    4. Joe has a major problem with comprehension.

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  3. In order to qualify to be in this group, you have to have flunked the Bigfoot IQ test that they have been giving them for years, to prove to them that the Bigfoot not only have the capability of being invisible, but that they could sneak up on them from behind and crush their skull or rip their arms off, before they had a chance to scream.

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    1. I like the part in the video where they are "polishing their guns" as I can relate to a good polishin`,

      Joe

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  4. These clowns have about the same chance of proving bigfoot as Robert Dodson, but at least they're going about it the right way by trying to get a specimen, which is better than 99% of the bigfoot "research" circus.

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  5. The producers and them are smiling on their way to the bank.

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