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(CNN)   Nessie's been sighted again with new video   (cnn.com) divider line 221
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2007-05-31 03:04:38 PM  
Whatever it is, I bet it's delicious.
 
2007-05-31 03:06:18 PM  
I just came by to say that it's probably just a streetlight
 
2007-05-31 03:06:33 PM  
In other news,

OBL was in that video too, anyone notice?
 
2007-05-31 03:06:41 PM  
it's an otter swimming close to the surface
 
2007-05-31 03:07:49 PM  
www.flyawaycafe.com
Onlookers were terrified as they witnessed the monster sumberge before leaving the lock.
 
2007-05-31 03:09:01 PM  
1.) the thing would have to eat and when one eats one poops, so where is the evidence of nessie dung

She flushes. I know I leave no such evidence lying around where I've been.

2.) where in christs name does this thing live....thousands of researchers have combed that lake looking for a den or something for it to reside in, like most creatures possess and found....nothing...

It's really quite simple. Nessie slips into a parallel subspace pocket dimension that is only visible and/or accessible to her and her alone.

3)Millions of people visit that place a year, and we know what tourists all carry....cameras and camcorders...so why is there not more footage?

Nessie exudes a bio-electromagnetic aura that scrambles electronic equipment. She also has telepathic abilities to "mind-wipe" anyone who gets too good of a look.
 
2007-05-31 03:09:37 PM  
hugheric 2007-05-31 02:49:21 PM
It's a myth! Just like global warming

Nessie would be a myth. Global warming (should you deny it) would be a fallacy.
 
2007-05-31 03:10:47 PM  
Hah, it really is earmuff hair. Saves on the winter hats, I suppose...
 
2007-05-31 03:12:20 PM  
Cathaleon

Being a native of that country, I applaud you...

Well done!



/Belizean
 
2007-05-31 03:12:46 PM  
I'm surprised no one has mentioned the movie "Incident at Loch Ness" yet: http://imdb.com/title/tt0374639/

Hilarious movie, and the DVD easter eggs that show the 'real movie' are absolutely hilarious

I figured there would be at least a few Werner Herzog fans in these forums

/
 
2007-05-31 03:12:53 PM  
Wow you people are stupid. Did you not see the video of the loch Ness monster attacking a Toyota Tacoma. i mean come on how much more proof do you need? Forget DNA, actual pictures, or any shred of proof. i saw it on the teletube, i believe during the superbowl.
/Nessies real, Intelligent Alien life is real, Chupacabre is real, oh yeah, and so is god.
//Sarcasm.
 
2007-05-31 03:14:15 PM  
SoupGuru

Heh, I was just there in Feb for my honeymoon. Good times...


You most likely were out at the cayes right? San Pedro maybe?
 
2007-05-31 03:15:04 PM  
fark nessie.
 
2007-05-31 03:16:28 PM  
"My initial thought is it could be a very big eel"

Yes, a 45' farking eel your complete dim fark, the biggest farking ell in the history of the farking planet.

Pro Zack 2007-05-31 03:01:26 PM

nice to be noticed...


Well I lol'd when I saw it. Its like an eel. A 45' farking eel with a farking lamp on it's farking head.
 
2007-05-31 03:19:37 PM  
**marcussantiago
Still no cure for cancer.**


What scientists DON'T know is that the spawn of nessie and the 'squatch will bring the cure for cancer AND aids.
 
2007-05-31 03:21:35 PM  
It's just a Soviet submarine made up to look like a monster, it was all busted out in 1964

www.cruelworldcomics.com

look to the right out the window
 
2007-05-31 03:26:37 PM  
LockNes

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2007-05-31 03:27:25 PM  
One thing I want to know is whether there were any accounts of Nessie from before 1930. People have been living around Loch Ness for a long time, and no one noticed the thing till this century?
 
2007-05-31 03:29:01 PM  
Good timing. Right at the start of the summer tourist season...
 
2007-05-31 03:30:46 PM  
Cormee
"My initial thought is it could be a very big eel"

Yes, a 45' farking eel your complete dim fark, the biggest farking ell in the history of the farking planet.


Doesnt the UK have a huge eel species? Conger eel or something? I remember hearing that a 300-400lb eel isnt that unusual - If i was around a lake and not apt to believe in 'monsters' and saw something large, that didnt resemble a fish, my first thought would be to think it something logical. Maybe a 45' eel isnt very logical, but certainly more viable than spotting an elusive monster.
 
2007-05-31 03:31:49 PM  
i14.tinypic.com

From Headso's post

What the hell is that? Looks like a 10 foot catfish
 
2007-05-31 03:33:03 PM  
i154.photobucket.com
Unavailable for comment
 
2007-05-31 03:33:08 PM  
have to agree with Sharch.

/andonly after Decades of Controversy will this guy's video be.... legendary!
 
2007-05-31 03:34:22 PM  
One thing I want to know is whether there were any accounts of Nessie from before 1930. People have been living around Loch Ness for a long time, and no one noticed the thing till this century?

I believe that there are legends of st. george spotting Nessie. But i think these legends may be fabricated. What they noticed in 1930 was that there was a lot of money to be made from having a 'loch monster'.
 
2007-05-31 03:36:14 PM  
It was just one of His Noodly Appendages.
 
2007-05-31 03:36:16 PM  
One thing I want to know is whether there were any accounts of Nessie from before 1930.

The news video linked previously mentioned curious things happening there (in people's minds) since the 7th century.

Deep, dark, water is spooooooooooky.

I vote for the oar fish/super otter or maybe it's something really cool that I don't even know about. You know, and uh, and I started feeling... what? what I thought we were in the trust tree in the nest, were we not?
 
2007-05-31 03:36:55 PM  
I am sure George Bush has something to do with this or maybe it was just Rosie O'Donnel out for a swim.
 
2007-05-31 03:37:49 PM  
Franklin Delanor Bluth
What the hell is that? Looks like a 10 foot catfish

Its a sturgeon.
 
2007-05-31 03:39:47 PM  
I dunno about Nessie, but I am going to change my name to Adrian Shine, grow a long-ass white beard and bang that anchorwoman while John Cleese and Terry Jones duke it out for a microphone in the background.

/That dude's beard was so punk rock!
//Hot anchorgal.
///Monty Python ruined isle accents for me 4-ever; all I can do is laugh....
 
2007-05-31 03:43:28 PM  
Nessie's been sighted again with new video

img77.imageshack.us

No video in article

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2007-05-31 03:44:40 PM  
it was cthulhu! run for the hills!
 
2007-05-31 03:45:36 PM  
Franklin Delanor Bluth

dxtrmoo is right, it is a sturgeon. It is not unlikely that this is what it is video of- if there is truly a "hidden" passage to a neighboring sea, it is possible that this is a European Sturgeon - which can grow in excess of 15 feet.
 
2007-05-31 03:49:01 PM  
Well played Gumpus
 
2007-05-31 03:51:09 PM  
Eidolon said: "Uh, you really need to check your dates there, buddy."

Ok, dates checked. Video is still invented in the 1950's.

/Do I win a prize?


ok dude, you asked:
William Kennedy Laurie Dickson, chief engineer with the Edison Laboratories, is credited with the invention of a practical form of celluloid strip containing a sequence of images, the basis of a method of photographing and projecting moving images.
In 1893 at the Chicago World Fair Thomas Edison introduced to the public two pioneering inventions based on this innovation: the Kinetograph, the first practical moving picture camera
Robert William Paul had the idea of displaying moving pictures for group audiences, rather than just to individual viewers, and invented a film projector, giving his first public showing in 1895. At about the same time, in France, Auguste and Louis Lumière invented the cinematograph, a portable, three-in-one device: camera, printer, and projector. In late 1895 in Paris, father Antoine Lumière began exhibitions of projected films before the paying public, beginning the general conversion of the medium to projection (Cook, 1990).

yer wrong. you win no prize. only shame and a big conical yellow hat labeled "DUNCE"
 
2007-05-31 03:51:10 PM  
rawbee83
it is possible that this is a European Sturgeon - which can grow in excess of 15 feet.

A 15 foot fish cannot imitate a 50 foot dinosaur! An African Sturgeon could, but then African Sturgeon are non-migratory...
 
2007-05-31 03:53:20 PM  
Blah, blah, yadda, yadda. The real issue I have is I need secks.
 
2007-05-31 03:54:24 PM  
DaveNukem

These people need to STFU and GBTW. I think if I saw something like that and I took such a horrible video of it, I would probably just tape over it with reruns of Matlock or something.

And, that, my friend, is why you never have made it in the tourism/promotion industry, and why you never will.
 
2007-05-31 03:56:50 PM  
It's a six foot otters. Otters often travel in pairs or family groups, anyone who has seen one swimming in the wild will recognize it.

First otter one hump, second otter two hump, all of a sudden you have yourself a sea monster.

In this case it was a single otter.

Nothing to scale it against so easy for 6 foot creature to become 14 foot creature what with the wake.
 
2007-05-31 03:59:24 PM  
The operative word was "video", short for videotape, not film.
 
2007-05-31 03:59:32 PM  
studebaker hoch wins the thread and at life! Awesome!
 
2007-05-31 03:59:36 PM  
LockNes Monster

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2007-05-31 04:09:18 PM  
BorgiaGinz
The operative word was "video", short for videotape, not film.


y-your not serious right? O_O You deserve a dunce cap for that sentence as well as Mike Fun. I understand that he was playing off of video vs film... but you do understand that VideoTAPE and FILM are both the same thing right? they are both a form of celluloid strip containing a sequence of images.

/Go sit in the corner with Mike Fun. stupid stupid stupid.
 
2007-05-31 04:09:30 PM  
Came to make a Police reference, but I was too late.

/one of the greatest lyrics evah: "Packed like lemmings into shiny metal boxes..."
 
2007-05-31 04:10:43 PM  
"I think Bigfoot IS blurry, that's the problem. It's not the photographer's fault. Bigfoot is blurry. And that's extra scary to me, because there's a large, out-of-focus monster roaming the countryside. "Run. He's fuzzy. Get outta here."
-Mitch Hedberg (RIP)
 
2007-05-31 04:11:16 PM  
Did they explace, i mean, place explosives to blow her out of the water?
 
2007-05-31 04:12:18 PM  
Franklin Delanor Bluth
What the hell is that? Looks like a 10 foot catfish


It's a sturgeon of some kind. I know Pallid sturgeon get freaky big...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturgeon
 
2007-05-31 04:12:56 PM  
Looks like a dust devil over water ... minus the dust.
 
2007-05-31 04:16:10 PM  
MC_Chris
For the sake of semantics:

Video (Latin for "I see", first person singular present, indicative of videre, "to see") is the technology of electronically capturing, recording, processing, storing, transmitting, and reconstructing a sequence of still images representing scenes in motion. Video technology was first developed for television systems, but has been further developed in many formats to allow for consumer video recording. Video can also be viewed through the Internet as video clips or streaming media clips on computer monitors.

Film and video are two heads of the same beast.
 
2007-05-31 04:19:48 PM  
i knew it! Bigfoots book was right!

i28.photobucket.com

/switched it from lockness to bigfoot.
 
2007-05-31 04:20:40 PM  
Dude in video, Lawrence Orbach?

/obscure? or not?
 
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