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Originally posted by soldier_of_the_lord
Wow fantastic info there Katugo...thankyou very much..it truly is appreciated...i will look into the Cryptozoology periodical. Thanks again!
Originally posted by Nygdan
Bigfoot is in maryland.
Thats where there are the most bigfoot sightings in the US.
Originally posted by popular mechanics
wow, that's a lofty nickname-
will copyright violations be prosecuted?
I'm unsure if you adressed to me, or to the author of this thread.
Anyhow I do not plan to follow in the steps of Reinhold Messner (and the Yeti).
I'm always looking for adventure, but not with mountains and frostiness please.
After following the board for awhile, I'd much rather see Pine Barrens, New Jersey.
To stay on topic:
I also believe that Bigfoot and Yeti are pretty much the same thing- an offroad creature with silly walks ...
and forgive me for being silly, but I will use this occasion to ask why the Yeti is always referred to as "the abominable" snowman in english literature?
You know, this reads quite prejudiced for foreign people.
*Incredibly Popular Mechanics*
[edit on 27-1-2005 by popular mechanics]
Originally posted by Kakugo
To answer your questions ( ... ) That's how the Abominable Snowman came into life.