I'm just curious. I'm not talking about the person who held the press conference. I don't think he was involved in any conspiracy here. It's
just that the major media outlets-- have reported that bigfoot was found in Georgia. I'm just wondering if this discovery has been used in any way
by the media to get people's minds off of the Georgia-Russian conflict that we just had.
you know that the bigfoot was found in the georgia in the united states, south of the mason dixon line and that russian tanks are presently rolling
through georgia the former soviet republic, not the southern united states, right?
Yes, I'm aware of this, but my point was that the bigfoot press conference has been used to detract our attention from the Russia-Georgia conflict.
I mentioned that they found bigfoot in Georgia because the media knows that people would laugh because they would correlate the US state Georgia as a
former Soviet Union state and notice the irony.
A "bigfoot conference" might easily distract those of sub-normal intellect but it begs the question, why would anyone want or need to distract these
people when they are already thoroughly distracted by a seemingly endless array of asinine dramas of their own making?
I think that it may have been a combination of a distraction from world events, and an attempt to make the blogosphere look bad. Michael Rivero of WRH
said on his radio show that the was deluged with e-mails demanding that he just had to put the Bigfoot story on his website. The story was even on MS
talk radio, so you know it was being pushed by someone.
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