posted on Jun, 21 2008 @ 03:26 PM
Originally posted by debris765nju
What can i say, 20 eyes complaining that they can't see. You might follow the advice i offered the OP. Or......20 eyes and 20 trains of thought,
sounds like you might have trouble focusing...lol. Trying cutting the number of thoughts in half so you can focus. Problem solving is the benchmark
of intelligence, look closer. If you still can't see, don't worry, lack of vision is a common problem, even our President suffers from it. lol.
i can only speak for myself. it is not that i CAN'T "see" it. i mean, i was told that bigfeet (plural lmfao) would be there and so sure, w/ all the
shadowing, colors, sticks, blah blah, i can "see" what it is we are TOLD to see (although in actuality, i an see a clearer face of "bigfoot" just
to the right of where i am being told the "mother" one is).
but true intelligence comes not from always 'seeing', but being able to decipher btw what you are ACTUALLY seeing as opposed to what you are being
told or merely what you WANT to see.
first off, i can see through that "brush" to the trees and brush behind and so logically i know that huge bodies of bigfoot mass would be even more
visible than the brush and trees which i can CLEARLY see off in the distance.
also, someone else made the point to say something like if they had been the ones there, they would have taken a better pic of just one of them for
clarity......... bc logically speaking, we aren't out to prove the existence of a colony yet; not when we are having such a hard time proving that
even ONE exists.
but i want to further the above point by saying why didn't the photographer get better pics of the foot prints they claim were left behind? i mean,
to say that people aren't intellectual because they aren't "seeing" what you are choosing to see is unfair......... although your definition of
what being intelligent is isn't flawed, to say this photo definitively proves or even has some substantial credibility in trying to help prove big
foot contradicts your definition of being intelligent. imo.
all of the above is based on how i viewed what your post was saying. if i misunderstood it, then i apologize.
[edit on 21-6-2008 by justamomma]