I want to hear Any of your ,TRUE SASQUATCH,BIGFOOT ENCOUNTERS..PLEASE BE KIND TO 1 ANOTHER
Posted: 06 October 2017 06:35 AM   [ Ignore ]
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I am determined to see a sasquatch in my life,I am goin back to school just so I can have a career that allows me to be near or around these creatures…Its a strange world not everything is BLACK & WHITE..

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Posted: 06 October 2017 08:54 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Good luck with that.  They are said to be most common in the Pacific northwest, Oregon and Washington.  But as I understand it, reports have been made in almost every state.  South Carolina has something called a “skunk ape” I think.

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Posted: 06 October 2017 09:54 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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It’s good to want things

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Posted: 06 October 2017 10:13 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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Futuresasquatchfinder - 06 October 2017 06:35 AM

I am determined to see a sasquatch in my life,I am goin back to school just so I can have a career that allows me to be near or around these creatures…Its a strange world not everything is BLACK & WHITE..

Just curious…what career is that? And I take it you already believe they exist?

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Posted: 06 October 2017 01:02 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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Nature photographers hide out in wilderness with cameras ready all the time. Wonder why they never saw one.

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Posted: 06 October 2017 01:24 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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Most people have never encountered any, and the few who say they have seem to be lying.

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Posted: 10 October 2017 07:08 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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Oh, wait a second.  I think I can save you a lot of time and trouble.  Is there a zoo where you live?  Do they have bears?  If so, congratulations—you’ve seen a Sasquatch!

http://www.centerforinquiry.net/blogs/entry/bigfoot_eyeshine_a_contradiction/

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Posted: 30 October 2017 05:05 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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Oh, wait a second.  I think I can save you a lot of time and trouble.  Is there a zoo where you live?  Do they have bears?  If so, congratulations—you’ve seen a Sasquatch!

http://www.centerforinquiry.net/blogs/entry/bigfoot_eyeshine_a_contradiction/

LMAO. I love Atheists’ humor and cynicism.  Also, not to be mean or anything but let’s not forget that some of our brothers and sister look just like that. So maybe they should head to downtown to catch a glimpse of one. LOL.

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Posted: 31 October 2017 06:39 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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InBetween - 30 October 2017 05:05 PM

LMAO. I love Atheists’ humor and cynicism.  Also, not to be mean or anything but let’s not forget that some of our brothers and sister look just like that. So maybe they should head to downtown to catch a glimpse of one. LOL.

Cynicism?  Where?  It would be great if we discovered another species of primate roaming around in the forests.  It’s just that it seems much more likely to me that people are seeing bears in the dark and letting their imaginations run away with them.  Hey, show me a good picture of a bigfoot and I’ll believe it.

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Posted: 31 October 2017 04:19 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]
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English is not my first language. I didn’t think cynicism is always bad? I personally don’t always see it that way, at least. And right on for rest of your post.

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Posted: 01 November 2017 06:59 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 10 ]
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English is not my first language. I didn’t think cynicism is always bad? I personally don’t always see it that way, at least. And right on for rest of your post.

Yes, Cynic and cynical are generally disparaging words, describing someone who is pessimistic and always thinks the worst of people.

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Posted: 01 November 2017 12:53 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 11 ]
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English is not my first language. I didn’t think cynicism is always bad? I personally don’t always see it that way, at least. And right on for rest of your post.

Yes, Cynic and cynical are generally disparaging words, describing someone who is pessimistic and always thinks the worst of people.

Thanks so much!

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Posted: 31 December 2017 02:11 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 12 ]
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EXTRA, EXTRA read all about it.  Yeti genetic testing confirms that . . .

So much for the abominable snowman. Study finds that ‘yeti’ DNA belongs to bears
By Sid Perkins   Nov. 28, 2017 , 7:01 PM
http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/11/so-much-abominable-snowman-study-finds-yeti-dna-belongs-bears

To find out for sure, Lindqvist and her colleagues took a more thorough look at the mtDNA of as many samples of supposed yeti remains as she could get her hands on. Some were obtained when she worked with a U.K. production crew on the 2016 documentary Yeti or Not?, which sought to sift fact from folklore. The filmmakers got hold of a tooth and some hair collected on the Tibetan Plateau in the late 1930s, as well as a sample of scat from Italian mountaineer Reinhold Messner’s museum in the Tyrolean Alps.

More recent samples included hair collected in Nepal by a nomadic herdsman and a leg bone found by a spiritual healer in a cave in Tibet. The team also analyzed samples recently collected from several subspecies of bears native to the area, including the Himalayan brown bear, the Tibetan brown bear, and the black bear. Altogether, the scientists analyzed 24 samples, including nine purported to be from yeti.

Of the nine “yeti” samples, eight turned out to be from bears native to the area, the researchers report today in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B. The other sample came from a dog. Similar studies of hair samples supposedly related to North America’s big hairy hominid, the sasquatch (aka Bigfoot), have revealed that those fibers came from bears, horses, dogs, and a variety of other creatures—even a human.

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