Creepy Michigan Bigfoot Encounters


On Mojo Encounters, special guest bigfoot researcher Jim Silsby. They talk about some of the different encounters with giant bigfoot creatures of central Michigan.

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    1. Have concern for your own family, Zabo. Quit living though hollywood.

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    2. R.I.P. MR. JERRY LEWIS!
      This guy has done more for the children with crippling diseases than most people of Hollywood could dream about. This isn't living through Hollywood dude. This is paying respect to man with a big heart. And what would you know about heart. You do know Trash smells? So take yourself out of my post! You're garbage!

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    3. Agreed Zabo

      MR. Lewis raised over 2 B dollars for needy kids.

      Ignore stuool, he's just a white trash wigger

      MMC

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    4. Stuey can't comprehend compassion.

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    5. ^ Yes

      And because of the underlying cause I feel bad about trolling him/her

      But he/she is such a degenerate. ( 4 syllables. WOW)

      MMC

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    6. "The problem with the Jerry Lewis telethon was not that he tried to help people with muscular dystrophy. The problem was the way Jerry Lewis did it. Yes the telethon raised a lot of money. But it also perpetuated destructive stereotypes. Jerry’s message was simple: 'crippled children deserve pity.' His critics offered an alternative: 'people with disabilities deserve respect.'

      "Every year it was the same. Jerry did his telethon shtick, parading little kids in wheelchairs across the Las Vegas stage, making maudlin appeals for cash, alternatively mugging and weeping, and generally claiming to be a friend to the doomed."

      https://www.thenation.com/article/end-jerry-lewis-telethon-its-about-time/


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    7. ^ not sure who the dip weed is above but clearly he's had a horrible child hood and very little up bringing it seems ^ I have an idea guy how about when you die we let everyone know you never moved out on your own, freaking basement dweller for sure don't worry Mommy will calm you down with a cup of koolaid and a PBJ! You stupid ignorant waste of human flesh ^

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    8. I'm pretty sure the benefactors of those funds would disagree with you 9:30.  Jerry brought muscular dystrophy to a whole new level.  I'm not a big fan of his style either, but I doubt there are many celebrities who could of raised more money or awareness.  Fund raising is a business, not a popularity contest to entertain you.

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    9. THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT is a half-hour documentary about a renegade Jerry's Kid named Mike Ervin. A Muscular Dystrophy Association poster child in the 1960s, today Mike is an outspoken disability rights activist who challenges the MDA 's representation of people with disabilities in its Labor Day telethon through his activist group, Jerry's Orphans.

      BACKGROUND
      Charities have used poster children to raise money since the 1930s because it works. When people see a child with leg braces and crutches, they feel sorry and drop a coin in the jar or call in the pledge. But once the fundraising drive is over, that image of the poor little poster child lingers. The general public absorbs the idea that people with muscular dystrophy, or polio--really all people with disabilities--are pitiable victims who want and need nothing more than a big charity to take care of them. Or, better, to cure them. Mike calls this the charity mentality.

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    10. So you're purposing the kids are okay and don't need our money.  You should work the next telethon LOL.  As previously mentioned, like it or not, fund raising is a business.

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    12. Your use of the "N" word has been reported... https://www.blogger.com/content.g

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    13. Yes please Stuey, report yourself as many times as you feel necessary.

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