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(PennLive)   While you might have had a picnic or went to a festival for Memorial Day weekend, a town in Pennsylvania had a Bigfoot Day   (blog.pennlive.com) divider line 27
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2014-05-26 02:04:12 AM  
I am soooooo tired of Bigfoot!

Maybe 30 years back, I might have been convinced that the bugger exists, but with the technological explosion in the last 20 years and the decrease in cost of many electronic devices -- such as night vision and wireless cameras -- everyone can go out and easily detect anything moving above the size of a mouse.

Plus, a bunch of military detection gear has been repurposed for civilian usage, folks can buy drones fitted with all sorts of cameras and carry small, quiet generators. Not to mention that over half of the population carry cells which take video.,

Ghost Hunter "Reality Show" folks have all sorts of motion, electronic field and heat detectors and the cops have devices which can detect people through walls.

Then we have the not-so-public version of something like Google Earth which can get a much higher resolution close to the ground and can be used in real time.
There are now hundreds of ways to detect the previously hard to detect.

There are thousands of folks out there looking desperately for Bigfoot. Their access to previously rugged terrain is now easier due to helicopters, ATV's, 4X4's, dirt bikes and previously nonexistent roads. Even camping gear has become better, smaller, more durable and there's a ton of special food supplies that don't need refrigeration and can be carried easily in a back pack along with easily portable water filtration kits and water stills. Plus solar powered chargers for your tablet, laptop or cell. Not to mention powerful flashlights that use less power, don't break their bulbs if you fart wrong and some come with hand cranks to power them up.

So, with all of this technology -- and hundreds of thousands of folks clambering about the wilds -- if Big Foot hasn't been found, its scat should be turning up by the pound, along with remnants of kills, sleeping areas and anything else a large animal would leave behind.

So, ergo, Big Foot doesn't exist.

99.99% of all images captured of it have been proven faked. Footprint casts can be easily faked and have been. Potential DNA evidence has been inconclusive.

People have far too much technology at hand to not find the critter. More technology that is even used when searching for a missing or lost person. Many more people also over a much larger area.

So, STFU about it. I'm tired of nutcases and fanatics yammering on and on about something which doesn't exist. Tired of fuzzy, shaky videos or films or pictures taken that are never quite in focus or even close enough to get a clear view of the subject.
 
2014-05-26 03:22:25 AM  
This Big Foot?
www.torquenews.com

... Yeah, I'm okay with this.
 
2014-05-26 03:29:31 AM  
Hope I'm not stepping on anybody's toes, but that's dumb.

/Worth it.
 
2014-05-26 03:30:28 AM  
That's BigFEET
 
2014-05-26 03:36:31 AM  

Rik01: I am soooooo tired of Bigfoot!


Maybe 30 years back, I might have been convinced that the bugger exists,

pattersonfilm.com

Thirty years would be about right.

The above pic shows him alive and well in the summer of America's bicentennial.

Two years later he'd succumb to an enlarged heart, thanks in part to a rampant $4k/day cocaine habit.
 
2014-05-26 03:38:29 AM  

Rik01: I am soooooo tired of Bigfoot!

Maybe 30 years back, I might have been convinced that the bugger exists, but with the technological explosion in the last 20 years and the decrease in cost of many electronic devices -- such as night vision and wireless cameras -- everyone can go out and easily detect anything moving above the size of a mouse.

Plus, a bunch of military detection gear has been repurposed for civilian usage, folks can buy drones fitted with all sorts of cameras and carry small, quiet generators. Not to mention that over half of the population carry cells which take video.,

Ghost Hunter "Reality Show" folks have all sorts of motion, electronic field and heat detectors and the cops have devices which can detect people through walls.

Then we have the not-so-public version of something like Google Earth which can get a much higher resolution close to the ground and can be used in real time.
There are now hundreds of ways to detect the previously hard to detect.

There are thousands of folks out there looking desperately for Bigfoot. Their access to previously rugged terrain is now easier due to helicopters, ATV's, 4X4's, dirt bikes and previously nonexistent roads. Even camping gear has become better, smaller, more durable and there's a ton of special food supplies that don't need refrigeration and can be carried easily in a back pack along with easily portable water filtration kits and water stills. Plus solar powered chargers for your tablet, laptop or cell. Not to mention powerful flashlights that use less power, don't break their bulbs if you fart wrong and some come with hand cranks to power them up.

So, with all of this technology -- and hundreds of thousands of folks clambering about the wilds -- if Big Foot hasn't been found, its scat should be turning up by the pound, along with remnants of kills, sleeping areas and anything else a large animal would leave behind.

So, ergo, Big Foot doesn't exist.

99.99% of all images captured of it have been proven faked. Footprint casts can be easily faked and have been. Potential DNA evidence has been inconclusive.

People have far too much technology at hand to not find the critter. More technology that is even used when searching for a missing or lost person. Many more people also over a much larger area.

So, STFU about it. I'm tired of nutcases and fanatics yammering on and on about something which doesn't exist. Tired of fuzzy, shaky videos or films or pictures taken that are never quite in focus or even close enough to get a clear view of the subject.


Bigfoot was killed and eaten in 1992. He was delicious.
 
2014-05-26 03:40:11 AM  
i.eatliver.com
My favorite Bigfoot comic.
 
2014-05-26 03:41:44 AM  
dobrador.com
My second favorite.
 
2014-05-26 03:44:44 AM  

Rik01: I am soooooo tired of Bigfoot!

Maybe 30 years back, I might have been convinced that the bugger exists, but with the technological explosion in the last 20 years and the decrease in cost of many electronic devices -- such as night vision and wireless cameras -- everyone can go out and easily detect anything moving above the size of a mouse.

Plus, a bunch of military detection gear has been repurposed for civilian usage, folks can buy drones fitted with all sorts of cameras and carry small, quiet generators. Not to mention that over half of the population carry cells which take video.,

Ghost Hunter "Reality Show" folks have all sorts of motion, electronic field and heat detectors and the cops have devices which can detect people through walls.

Then we have the not-so-public version of something like Google Earth which can get a much higher resolution close to the ground and can be used in real time.
There are now hundreds of ways to detect the previously hard to detect.

There are thousands of folks out there looking desperately for Bigfoot. Their access to previously rugged terrain is now easier due to helicopters, ATV's, 4X4's, dirt bikes and previously nonexistent roads. Even camping gear has become better, smaller, more durable and there's a ton of special food supplies that don't need refrigeration and can be carried easily in a back pack along with easily portable water filtration kits and water stills. Plus solar powered chargers for your tablet, laptop or cell. Not to mention powerful flashlights that use less power, don't break their bulbs if you fart wrong and some come with hand cranks to power them up.

So, with all of this technology -- and hundreds of thousands of folks clambering about the wilds -- if Big Foot hasn't been found, its scat should be turning up by the pound, along with remnants of kills, sleeping areas and anything else a large animal would leave behind.

So, ergo, Big Foot doesn't exist.

99.99% of all images captured of it have been ...


Lies!

3.bp.blogspot.com

Bigfoot is very real and a VERY spiritual and beautiful man beast.
 
2014-05-26 03:53:48 AM  
/hangs head in shame
//NOT because this happened in my town, but because I had to find out on FARK that we had this
///yeah, slashies without any other comments
 
2014-05-26 04:01:50 AM  

Rik01: I am soooooo tired of Bigfoot!

Maybe 30 years back, I might have been convinced that the bugger exists, but with the technological explosion in the last 20 years and the decrease in cost of many electronic devices -- such as night vision and wireless cameras -- everyone can go out and easily detect anything moving above the size of a mouse.

Plus, a bunch of military detection gear has been repurposed for civilian usage, folks can buy drones fitted with all sorts of cameras and carry small, quiet generators. Not to mention that over half of the population carry cells which take video.,

Ghost Hunter "Reality Show" folks have all sorts of motion, electronic field and heat detectors and the cops have devices which can detect people through walls.

Then we have the not-so-public version of something like Google Earth which can get a much higher resolution close to the ground and can be used in real time.
There are now hundreds of ways to detect the previously hard to detect.

There are thousands of folks out there looking desperately for Bigfoot. Their access to previously rugged terrain is now easier due to helicopters, ATV's, 4X4's, dirt bikes and previously nonexistent roads. Even camping gear has become better, smaller, more durable and there's a ton of special food supplies that don't need refrigeration and can be carried easily in a back pack along with easily portable water filtration kits and water stills. Plus solar powered chargers for your tablet, laptop or cell. Not to mention powerful flashlights that use less power, don't break their bulbs if you fart wrong and some come with hand cranks to power them up.

So, with all of this technology -- and hundreds of thousands of folks clambering about the wilds -- if Big Foot hasn't been found, its scat should be turning up by the pound, along with remnants of kills, sleeping areas and anything else a large animal would leave behind.

So, ergo, Big Foot doesn't exist.

99.99% of all images captured of it have been ...


It's no worse than folk believing that an honest politician exists somewhere. Both are unlikely, but it keeps some people going.
 
2014-05-26 04:04:21 AM  

bluorangefyre: /hangs head in shame
//NOT because this happened in my town, but because I had to find out on FARK that we had this
///yeah, slashies without any other comments


OK maybe one comment:  I'd have gone had I known we had this ahead of time.
 
2014-05-26 04:07:07 AM  

robohobo: It's no worse than folk believing that an honest politician exists somewhere. Both are unlikely, but it keeps some people going.


I just save time and vote for Bigfoot.
 
2014-05-26 04:25:46 AM  
*scans headline*

*rescans headline in disbelief*

*blink blink*


I see it....yeti can't accept it.
 
2014-05-26 05:08:00 AM  

Rik01: I am soooooo tired of Bigfoot!

Maybe 30 years back, I might have been convinced that the bugger exists, but with the technological explosion in the last 20 years and the decrease in cost of many electronic devices -- such as night vision and wireless cameras -- everyone can go out and easily detect anything moving above the size of a mouse.

Plus, a bunch of military detection gear has been repurposed for civilian usage, folks can buy drones fitted with all sorts of cameras and carry small, quiet generators. Not to mention that over half of the population carry cells which take video.,

Ghost Hunter "Reality Show" folks have all sorts of motion, electronic field and heat detectors and the cops have devices which can detect people through walls.

Then we have the not-so-public version of something like Google Earth which can get a much higher resolution close to the ground and can be used in real time.
There are now hundreds of ways to detect the previously hard to detect.

There are thousands of folks out there looking desperately for Bigfoot. Their access to previously rugged terrain is now easier due to helicopters, ATV's, 4X4's, dirt bikes and previously nonexistent roads. Even camping gear has become better, smaller, more durable and there's a ton of special food supplies that don't need refrigeration and can be carried easily in a back pack along with easily portable water filtration kits and water stills. Plus solar powered chargers for your tablet, laptop or cell. Not to mention powerful flashlights that use less power, don't break their bulbs if you fart wrong and some come with hand cranks to power them up.

So, with all of this technology -- and hundreds of thousands of folks clambering about the wilds -- if Big Foot hasn't been found, its scat should be turning up by the pound, along with remnants of kills, sleeping areas and anything else a large animal would leave behind.

So, ergo, Big Foot doesn't exist.

99.99% of all images captured of it have been proven faked. Footprint casts can be easily faked and have been. Potential DNA evidence has been inconclusive.

People have far too much technology at hand to not find the critter. More technology that is even used when searching for a missing or lost person. Many more people also over a much larger area.

So, STFU about it. I'm tired of nutcases and fanatics yammering on and on about something which doesn't exist. Tired of fuzzy, shaky videos or films or pictures taken that are never quite in focus or even close enough to get a clear view of the subject.


Whilst out herping earlier tonite I seen a large hairy upright creature in the woods.

If some one more retarded than myself had seen it you may have a blurry unidentifiable phone pic of a "squatch", but being calm and rational I can say with all certainty it was a farking bear.
 
2014-05-26 05:18:42 AM  
I "might have ... went"?

No.
 
2014-05-26 06:35:34 AM  
s16.postimg.org

"Your pedal extremities really are obnoxious "
 
2014-05-26 07:39:48 AM  
i26.photobucket.com
i26.photobucket.com
 
2014-05-26 08:00:24 AM  
1.bp.blogspot.com
'A Festival for big feet?'
 
2014-05-26 08:30:23 AM  

Oldiron_79: Whilst out herping earlier tonite I seen a large hairy upright creature in the woods.

If some one more retarded than myself had seen it you may have a blurry unidentifiable phone pic of a "squatch", but being calm and rational I can say with all certainty it was a farking bear.


Reminds me of the time I went to Loch Ness and saw a serpentine ripple in the water, a retarded person might claim they saw Nessie, but I can say with all certainty that it was Bigfoot.
 
2014-05-26 08:59:37 AM  
Bigfoot saw me and nobody believes him.
 
2014-05-26 12:06:51 PM  
AUNT BUNNIE'S COMING TO GET ME!
 
2014-05-26 12:39:23 PM  
I weep for the past participle.
 
2014-05-26 12:58:55 PM  

Dreamless: I weep for the past participle.


Indeed. I daresay that there have been more sightings of Sasquatch, the Loch Ness monster and the chupacabra combined compared to this important yet forlorn tense....
 
2014-05-26 01:28:19 PM  

bluorangefyre: /hangs head in shame
//NOT because this happened in my town, but because I had to find out on FARK that we had this
///yeah, slashies without any other comments


It seems like an appropriate way to appreciate the sacrifices of the veterans and the dead,
 
2014-05-26 02:42:52 PM  

Slaxl: Oldiron_79: Whilst out herping earlier tonite I seen a large hairy upright creature in the woods.

If some one more retarded than myself had seen it you may have a blurry unidentifiable phone pic of a "squatch", but being calm and rational I can say with all certainty it was a farking bear.

Reminds me of the time I went to Loch Ness and saw a serpentine ripple in the water, a retarded person might claim they saw Nessie, but I can say with all certainty that it was Bigfoot.


The loch Ness monster? He owes me bout tree fiddy
 
2014-05-26 02:56:05 PM  
"North Central Pennsylvania" - says it all.
 
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