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January 7, 2023 at 8:28 pm #219520
These days, some so-called conspiracy theories are getting proved to be truthful within months of them being discussed online. the elites wish to restrict and conceal information, but the Internet and social media mean that information released to the public is always out there and available to those willing to do a little digging. Who should know better than the members of this site? 🙂January 7, 2023 at 6:48 pm #219517
People of an authoritarian and/or totalitarian bent see humans and other living things as resources to be expended for the good of the State, first and foremost. Putting the trees and other living things off bounds for everyone doesn’t help though, if people aren’t allowed to see them, experience their existence, and for a moment reestablish a connection to Creation that has become rather tenuous in the past two centuries. I’ve stood on Valcour Island, sat at the foot of the great Natural Arch and the edge of Red River Gorge in Kentucky, and seen part of the Grand Canyon. Lots of trees in the first places, anyways.January 7, 2023 at 6:36 pm #219515
You are definitely the man with the numbers, Knobby. I may have to quote you in the near future to certain friends and relatives who are heavy pro-vaxxers. The other thing I didn’t like about the mandatory vaccinations is what you and Wolf both mentioned. That would be the creeping fascist control freak tendency of the COVID mandates, which basically used health concerns as a coercive club to force American citizens to comply with intrusive controlling measures that had no real ability to combat the man-manipulated virus, but certainly controlled the manipulated population. I had said for several years prior to 2020 that if we couldn’t believe the government’s story on Bigfoot, what else was there that we wouldn’t be able to believe they were handling? Well, it’s 2023 now, and we know what else they were doing and not being truthful about.January 6, 2023 at 2:38 pm #219502
I posted much earlier on this thread that I would accept it due to my diabetes. However, as 2022 progressed I began to become suspicious at all the athletically healthy young people who were suddenly keeling over from heart attacks, strokes, lung fluid, pneumonia-type stuff. I would bet my phone payment this month that all those young people dutifully got multiple Covid boosters, and set themselves up for one mother of a side effect. I won’t accept the vaccination now; there is a history of heart disease on dad’s side of the family, and I take blood pressure regulation meds. I don’t need to increase my chances of a massive heart attack or stroke any more than they are now. If that means I spend the rest of my life working for Speedway I don’t mind.April 9, 2021 at 11:05 am #186084
That was a good video, very interesting! Also a little intimidating, since dogman with digitigrade legs walk on their forefeet. Which is what is present there in the dirt. Whatever made that track is large!April 9, 2021 at 10:52 am #186083
I know of folk tales regarding animal ghosts, and there are enough ghost stories from Ohio alone to require 3 volumes to cover them, about 20 years ago. So, I am willing at least to entertain the idea that some Bigfoot encounters might be a ghost instead of a physical being. That being said, I do agree with statements Wes has made in interviews that some “haunted house” stories might be Bigfoot-type creatures making noise and being ornery. It’s just another reminder that the more we know, the more questions we raise.April 9, 2021 at 10:46 am #186082
I can attest that thus far the Pfizer vaccine is okay. I will get the second dose next week.March 23, 2021 at 9:36 pm #185214
I’d say the couple just fell off an icy trail and broke both their fool necks. But no one at the site prob’ly went around looking for evidence of a creature whose possible presence might’ve frightened them into making a reckless move. But I’m still skeptical, and loathe to blame Uncle Hairy for anything he wasn’t specifically connected to.March 11, 2021 at 7:51 pm #184730
Tell all the hunters to go to Honobia ranch. Ought to get a real chance at one there! On second thought, better not; the hunters’ families might not accept or appreciate that one gave them the hot tip.December 8, 2020 at 5:58 pm #179853
The classic Christmas story “A Christmas Carol” is read by the mighty Dixie Cryptid.
December 8, 2020 at 5:51 pm #179852
I will accept the vaccine. As a person who has to deal with Diabetes II a flu shot is required. I get very sick nowadays as the blood sugar goes high and then adds to my ailment. So yeah, I’ll get it. People without a chronic health condition can roll the dice with more confidence.October 25, 2020 at 4:20 pm #177651
I like this country rock version of the ol’ classic rock tune.
October 25, 2020 at 4:13 pm #177650
This CCR song seems appropriate for SC somehow.
October 25, 2020 at 4:10 pm #177649
“Dammit Rover! That stinks!” 😀October 25, 2020 at 4:08 pm #177648
Mr. Dubal has been included on a list of Cascades cases from Canam Missing Project today. Some more information on his case is given.