Originally posted by gregsflatIt really boggles the mind when you think about these kind of hoaxes.
Is that anything like Disney on Ice? Coming to a town near you. 😉
Originally posted by sonhousethey do it to laugh at everyone who believed it.
It really boggles the mind when you think about these kind of hoaxes.
Why do they do it? This kind of thing can never last more than a few days till it all unravels so what is in it for them? Now their reputation is shot to hell, nobody will believe a word from their mouths again and they are the laughing stock. I would like to ask them if the loss of their reputation was worth the 15 minutes of fame.
Originally posted by buckkyIt's not a hoax, I saw one acting in a film about 15 years ago. The proof is that he was living in a suburb.
Have you seen the pictures of Bigfoot on ice ? Finally we solve the mystery of all those big hairy thing sightings. It's a large ape of some sort living in the suburbs of America, and other spots around the world. Should we kill all of them ? Or should we capture them and display them at State Fairs. When I was a kid I went to the Topeka State fair, and paid ...[text shortened]... corpse of a real werewolf found in Oklahoma somehwere. I would pay five bucks to see a Bigfoot.
Originally posted by WulebgrYou laugh, but it's either Oregon or Washington state that there is a law saying it's illegal to kill a bigfoot.
I'll bet the story of these two Georgia hunters is gonna change a whole lot the minute they're indicted for not having a Sasquatch hunting permit
Originally posted by sonhouseI don't know about the dragons, but we have good reasons for laws against shooting Bigfoot.
You laugh, but it's either Oregon or Washington state that there is a law saying it's illegal to kill a bigfoot.
I think they have an edict against dragons also🙂
Originally posted by WulebgrDoesn't the law against killing human folk cover this one already without a law against shooting bigfoot?
3. Most of the actual sightings are human folk dressed up in monkey suits.
Originally posted by PsychoPawnI haven't looked at the law in question, nor am I a lawyer. Offhand, however, I would think that an "accidental" killing of a human in the effort to intentionally kill Bigfoot might be a lesser offense than deliberate killing of a protected hominid.
Doesn't the law against killing human folk cover this one already without a law against shooting bigfoot?