Originally posted by micpsi
Originally posted by Watchfull
And the yeti is supposed to be white
You are supposed to offer reasons for your opinion here, not merely state them. Anyone can do that. Do some research. It is merely a popular myth that
yetis are supposed to be white. Some yetis in Russia as well in North America have been reported to be white, although most are reported as dark brown
or reddish brown. Here's a sighting of a white Bigfoot reported in 1989:
edit on 24-2-2013 by micpsi because: Typo corrected
Ok, I thought it was glaringly obvious that some people were taken in by some kids, apart from the color of the thing, but I'll tip up a couple of
This creature has evolved, supposedly alongside us, but has managed to stay far enough out of our gaze, to remain completely undiscovered.
This logic tells me that it must have heightened senses for enemy detection, and must be equipped with an extremely powerful escape apparatus, ie,
It is allegedly a biped, meaning it walks on 2 legs.
To ensure maximum stability, mother nature would have gifted said beast with legs that were slightly spread, to stop it from falling over sideways, as
it walks, whilst allowing the legs to pass by each other freely when walking.
Our yeti breaks this simple rule, by placing one foot in front of the next, in a straight line, perhaps he wanted to practice his balance, who knows.
All I can say is that this is unnatural, and a very slow way of getting from A to B, which our furry friend is, supposedly better than us humans
If you have seen someone walking the tightrope, you will understand what I mean.
Secondly, when these kids were first startled, they fled the scene.
Imagine you were the one carrying the camera, now do you run like hell, to get away from something that could easily endanger your life, or do you
continue to film your friends running as you skilfully run, and film at the same time, thus exposing yourself to immense risk, but you get a great
Give me a break.
And thanks for that picture of the Oregon bigfoot, things are much clearer now.