reply to post by Shar_Chi
I can not use that one experience to rationalize a genocide.
I think those two were the exception, among BigFoot.
They just turned evil, for some reason.
I am concerned about laws protecting BigFoot being enacted.
I may be over-paranoid, but practically all of Florida is designated as a future wildlife refuge.
I would hate to see it come about that the government declares skunk apes an endangered species and we have to provide them a habitat.
I think the only way to assure the survival of the species is to get rid of the Humans.
I think the state came close to being shut down over the Florida panther.
Luckily the scientists decided that they were only a sub-species.
A skunk ape could be a sub-species of BigFoot, but not of humans.
As for them trying to "get" me, there is a focused intent that the intended can feel.
I was not picking up friendly vibes.
I could feel that they wanted to roll right over me.
It is kind of hard to explain, but it is like a horror movie, with these things rushing me and almost getting right up to me, then suddenly lights
coming around the corner, then, them ducking off the road.
I get a little more distance and the lights are gone and it starts over.
You would be the guy in the movie who says, oh its OK, then gets eaten.
I said I had one walk right up to me, about a year before this instance.
It waked straight towards me, once it realized I was there.
It walked slowly and deliberately.
I could have reached out and touched it, if I wanted to.
I felt like it just was curious and then wanted to give me a demonstration of its power, by bending a tree in front of me.
Actually the bending was going on above me, way above me.
I eventually became frightened, but in a different way.
The realization that it could easily kill me was disturbing.
But it did not make me feel like it wanted to.
So the point is that I knew what a BigFoot was and what I thought was normal BigFoot behavior.
Have you ever met someone who gave off these psychotic vibes that if he could get away with it he would rob you and kill you?
That was how I felt, but worse.
BTW yes Tampa is weird and I figure out how to never have to stop, in the city. Get all my gas and supplies outside the city. Ian Punnit said
something, Saturday night, about how they used DNA to identify who's foot was one of the ones found floating up in B.C. It was some guy who had been
missing for a while, who was diagnosed as being depressed. Perfect specimen, IMO, to go wandering alone in the woods. Could be the same two I ran
into, at Big Sir. They have had 35 years to migrate that far, eating loners on the way. And leaving the feet.
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