posted on Dec, 7 2010 @ 03:43 AM
First of all, how easy is it to shoot a bigfoot? First you have to find it, then you gotta make sure you can kill it before it kills you... I know
of moose and bears that have had .308s shot at them, only to bounce the rounds off of their skulls while charging at the hunters.
And how exactly do you propose I kill Caddy or Ogopogo? By dropping a depth-charge on their heads?
Most of the time, at least from the people who've told me their own personal stories, the first instinct when running into something unexpected and
unknown in the bush is to RUN LIKE HELL. I've heard from natives about giant, upright tailess rabbits to aquatic lizards running out of the local
lake. And what are you supposed to do when you're a fish monitor out on the river in the middle of the night and a blue ball of light falls into the
river from the sky, turning the entire river blue (as has happened on various occasions), shoot it? More like get the f*ck out of dodge, son.