OK, if not, then what?

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  1. Babeltuap says:

    Either poorly made costume or Bigfoot is dealing with some really lose skin due to a recent birth. Maybe Doctors Without Species could offer some pro bono cosmetic surgery…meh.

    • akaPatience says:

      I thought the same thing – that fold of fur sagging down, creating a dark shadow all across the hip line, looks somewhat like an apron of flesh that people have after gastric bypass surgery. I know some surgeons can be overzealous, but…

      If it’s loose skin due to recent childbirth, where are her big, milk-filled breasts? I’m more inclined to think the costume needs some tailoring.

  2. Pat Lang says:

    Babeltuap

    You don’t know … She might clean up really well.

    • Degringolade says:

      Colonel: We’ve had this conversation before and no, I will not serve as a decoy/bait for your recherches.

      But, on the other hand, she looks pretty hot!

  3. Babeltuap says:

    I don’t find this story even slightly non-boring but there is one thing I read about these groups that hunt for Bigfoot I did find interesting.

    Apparently it’s a respectable size industry. They form these clubs with dues similar to a cult. It’s also creating dating opportunities to include marriages. Some have annual fees in the thousands. Just for a one weekend expeditions could be 1K or more. It seems like most know it’s a ruse but it’s building friendships, relationships among some fairly outcast type personalities. Not a bad thing IMO. Rather them do that and find happiness than something else…

    • Pat Lang says:

      Babeltuap

      I find you somewhat boring and solemn. Should I put up with you?

      • Babeltuap says:

        On second though, joining one of these Bigfoot search clubs might be one of the best places to be right now. Low on the FBI priority list of groups to infiltrate.

    • Leith says:

      A brewery in Cass County where it was also seen years ago used to have an IPA named for it. And they sold a boatload of Tee-shirts showing it above their brewery name.

      Is it real or are those clever Michiganders trying to cash in on the Sasquatch money tree we have going here in the Great NorthWest? SWMBO and I once made the mistake of tent camping on the shores of Lake Quinalt just north of Humptulips on the Olympic Peninsula. Got no sleep at all as there was a good sized platoon of tourists thrashing around in the woods all night with industrial strength high-beam flashlights looking for Skookum.

      • Teddy says:

        It seems these “searches for sasquatch” are basically different types of a grift. None of them are serious well thought out & carried out searches.

        • Pat Lang says:

          Teddy, Leith et al

          OK, tell me how you would carry out a “serious well thought & carried out search for a sasquatch?” I know how I would do it. I know how TTG, John Minnerath and Degringolade would do it. How would you do it?

          • Teddy says:

            For a serious, “well thought & carried out” civilian entity undertaking this mission would need lots of $. Without this fugetaboutit.

            The most important thing (besides $) is that it would need to be lead by someone with extensive CSAR or Inland SAR experience.

            This person would put together the team, gather the aerial & ground resources necessary to carry out the surveillance & search over vast areas, over a long period of time. Obviously part of the well thought out portion is to narrow the vast search areas down.

            To search over vast areas they would need quite a few UAVs/RPAS. FLIR is definitely a nice tool to have when looking for a warm blooded needle in a vast haystack.

            Some helos not only to assist with the search but to put boots on the ground quickly. ATVs, horses & K9s for the ground pounders.

            The above is just what I can think of off the top of my head at this late hour.

          • Pat Lang says:

            Teddy
            I had not thought of the CSAR angle. I would approach the objective as a target and apply pattern analysis to the reported activities of the target,

          • Leith says:

            Our local woodlore expert once told that when hunting elk you should look for fresh skat. But I would have no idea what sasquatch skat looked like, fresh or not.

            So I would second Teddy’s solution. But I would add emphasis on his K9s once an area is narrowed down. Bloodhounds or Redbones would be critical.

  4. Razumov says:

    Recent genetic study of the famous “Zana” bigfoot case:

    The genomic origin of Zana of Abkhazia

    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ggn2.10051

  5. casey says:

    Interdimensional being.

  6. Fred says:

    The important question is if taking his boy on a road trip to see Nessy or just bringing Bambi home for dinner?

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