It’s silly season and it was a slow news weekend. Therefore, you get crap like this. A guy says he saw bigfoot when he was 15 and saw it in the same place again. He says he once shot Bigfoot. This isn’t even doubtful news, it’s a tall tale.
I do like the way this piece is framed:
Another bozo says he’s spotted Bigfoot.
The latest pics come from Virginia resident Randy O’Neal, who said he photographed the creature lurking on the shore of the Intercoastal Waterway in Virginia, Fox D.C. reported.
The 40-year-old said he was fishing with his father and a buddy Saturday when the giant biped beast caught their eye.
He uploaded two fuzzy cellphone snaps to YouTube, along with a tale about a similar supernatural encounter in the same spot 25 years ago.
I am a very tolerant person when it comes to people’s beliefs. In fact, you can believe whatever you want as long as it doesn’t affect me. However, when you put this unsupported, fantasy-based nonsense into the media for your own personal gratification, which serves no purpose except to get you attention and make other people’s work look stupid, then it’s disgraceful and I lose my patience. I have no tolerance for Bigfoot bullshit anymore – and I fail to find anything that isn’t total BS these days by Bigfoot believers, some of whom are admitted, repeated frauds.
You can watch this latest presentation here. That is, unless you have more important things to do like clean the liter box, pull your fingernails out, or spray hot sauce in your eyes. <Fume!> I’m not going to embed it.
Let’s just run down a few things we are supposed to swallow here in order to buy this story…
- There is an ape that has eluded capture for 100 years in the U.S.
- It’s living in rural areas outside of the nation’s capital on a highly populated coastline.
- This guy saw it while fishing.
- He saw one and shot at it decades ago. In the same place.
- The creature leaves no definitive evidence behind.
Yeah… I see a burned stump (or a dozen other possibilities). We’re supposed to believe this is Bigfoot? Absurd.
Don’t be this gullible, no matter how much you want to believe.
I love the mythology and lore of Bigfoot, I really do. I ALWAYS will – it’s an iconic part of American culture and a beloved “monster”. But I am so very tired of the bottom of the barrel content about it. How insulting is this idiotic “evidence”? The Bigfoot blogs, internet radio shows, Finding Bigfoot, the endless You Tube vids, hoaxes, and blobsquatches. The field is pathological.
No picture or video or footprint will EVER be conclusive evidence. So, unless you have a collection of solid evidence, DNA, or a body part reviewed by an actual scientist who knows what they are doing, shut up already.