Originally posted by JustAnIllusion
If a big hairy monkey thing lived within the US for 400 yrs or so, I think we would have found it by now.
You think so? What do you base this thought on? The eternal vigilance of the National Bigfoot Squad?
Look, you can't find what you aren't looking for. Almost no one is going out of their way looking for these creatures, which makes it fairly easy to
Do you have any idea just how easy it is to hide after night fall, assuming you aren't wearing bright, reflective orange.
Heck, if your backyard was wooded, a Bigfoot could probably sneak up within 5 feet of your house, set off a motion-activated lamp, run away loudly,
and you'd probably never notice, simply because you were posting on ATS about how Bigfoot doesn't exist, while blaring your favorite song over your
How long as it been since you took a walk outside after dark? And I don't mean to get to your car in the driveway, I mean a walk out into the nearest
You see, if you really think about it, you can't come up with a good reason that something Bigfoot size couldn't find its way across the America's,
into Canada and back again.
EDIT: Well, if you live in a city, then I suppose you don't know. People that live in New York City look across the city and think, "BIG". That
isn't, in the big scheme of things, true in the slightest.
There are places in Montana where you could drop the whole of New York City, in all it's glory, where you wouldn't be able to see it from fifty
Sure, places like New York City and L.A. are big for cities, but they're rather small as far as stretches of wilderness are concerned.
[edit on 25-3-2007 by Voidmaster]