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Rick dyer tent footage, Dead bigfoot.


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#406    keninsc

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 03:54 AM

View Posthammerclaw, on 20 March 2013 - 03:42 AM, said:

Why would anyone ever entertain the vaguest notion that this lying S.O.B. would be telling the truth, now?  Get a life, people.

It's that proverbial train wreck thing, I just can't help but watch. I thought he made a huge score when he sold the fake Bigfoot suit in the freezer for $50K. Then later I heard he actually pocketed something on the order of $500K. I know the guy who put up the $50K was too embarrassed he'd been swindled to try and get the money back. I think the other money is speculation. Once the hoax is exposed you shouldn't be able to make anything off it, but fools and their money and all that.


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Posted 20 March 2013 - 04:42 AM

Ah, so that's why he's back at it. He scored the first time, blew that money, now the bills are due again. I did find one believer that bought the story, but;that's all I've found so far. But I'm not looking to hard because frankly my dear, I don't give a dam....

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 05:22 AM

I did notice when Dyer was showing one of his expedition on the web they were all driving around in Mercedes SUV's. Guest he still need to get that Corvette, huh?


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Posted 20 March 2013 - 07:05 AM

View Posthammerclaw, on 20 March 2013 - 03:42 AM, said:

Why would anyone ever entertain the vaguest notion that this lying S.O.B. would be telling the truth, now?  Get a life, people.

If humans ever learned the first, second or third time, we'd be living in a different world right now.
Lying is easy to get away with over and over. There are examples in every area of life, not just the world of bigfoot.
It happens to everyone in one form or another: Politics, Justice system, adulterers, wife-beaters, children who steal from their parents, disreputable auto mechanics, wiki, thousands upon thousands of examples in every area.
Why not bigfootery? It is still wrong and disgusting, but not hard to understand success-- even with repetitive behavior.

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 09:25 AM

View PostQuiteContrary, on 20 March 2013 - 07:05 AM, said:

If humans ever learned the first, second or third time, we'd be living in a different world right now.
Lying is easy to get away with over and over. There are examples in every area of life, not just the world of bigfoot.
It happens to everyone in one form or another: Politics, Justice system, adulterers, wife-beaters, children who steal from their parents, disreputable auto mechanics, wiki, thousands upon thousands of examples in every area.
Why not bigfootery? It is still wrong and disgusting, but not hard to understand success-- even with repetitive behavior.

Yep, in a perfect world no one believes a liar and a fraud or a hoaxer............but like the adage, 'this ain't no perfect world'. And some people will believe in spite of evidence and simple logic and reason, and that's really ok. I got my own beliefs, theories, facts, extrapolations of facts and conjecture........which are well reasoned, insightful, logical, well researched and yours are not. People are going to lap this stuff up so long as they cling to their own beliefs. That's not to say I don't try to respect a belief, but if you pro-port a certain belief then you should able to defend that position in a debate/discussion in a civil manner. If you can't then you obviously don't understand the point or belief you hold. I know on many occasions I have had to rethink a position because in the course of a discussion a point was made or something was said that I'd never considered before or even thought of in one case. When that happens then you need to stop and consider. Trouble is too many people simply want to hold onto the belief they have because it's now comfortable for them to believe. Then along comes someone with that glimmer of something new and bang, your world just changed.


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Posted 20 March 2013 - 09:39 AM

View Postkeninsc, on 20 March 2013 - 05:22 AM, said:

I did notice when Dyer was showing one of his expedition on the web they were all driving around in Mercedes SUV's. Guest he still need to get that Corvette, huh?

If I had to pick between a Mercedes or a Corvette, I'd pick the former as well. German quality engineering after all and way more fuel efficient. He might have gotten his payout after all.

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 11:22 AM

Corvettes have suspension system liken to a horse drawn wagon from the days of the Prairie Schooners. I lost what little faith I had in "German Engineering" when my Audi 5000, AKA "The Death Mobile" took off on me while the car was in park. To save myself I had to jump from the vehicle before it slammed into a group of trees. When I reported what happened to the Dealership I was asked a ton of questions, very specific, very detailed as you might expect from a good German company. Two weeks later I received a registered letter from Audi telling me that basically I was a stupid American who couldn't tell the difference between the brake and the gas peddle........Und! I had no idea how to work a gear shift, this was the beginning of the problem when Audi simply went into denial that nothing was wrong with the car and that all Americans were lazy and trying to get money out of them. However, they made seventeen changed to the mechanical and electrical system to prevent the car from doing what it wasn't supposed to be doing at all. "German Engineering" can kiss my white Irish a$$ in the middle of Macy's window at rush hour.

Not only that but they sent a letter telling me that if I went public they would seek to apply all legal means to any defamation they felt they incurred, so naturally I sent them a letter informing them when I'd be on the local TV......and showing the letter they sent me. They offered to buy the car from me at a significantly above Blue Book price, but I had to drink a big glass of ****.

I spit on "German Engineering".

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 12:32 PM

Are we in a bit of an aggressive mood here?  To be honest I'll go Toyota truck any day of the week anyway, these things are virtually quite indestructible. I've literally used up two of them and considering the abuse they got, it's amazing how long they lasted and how reliable they stayed.

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 12:58 PM

View PostTheSearcher, on 20 March 2013 - 12:32 PM, said:

Are we in a bit of an aggressive mood here?  To be honest I'll go Toyota truck any day of the week anyway, these things are virtually quite indestructible. I've literally used up two of them and considering the abuse they got, it's amazing how long they lasted and how reliable they stayed.

Naaaw, just still holding a grudge. I do tend to hold grudges far too long, but it works for me........that was what? Twenty-five or so years ago and I still spit on German engineering and German management staff. However, I used to work for a Belgian company Bekaert Corp. I like the Belgians.......they still hate Germans.......no, seriously. I God, now I've got myself laughing and I must drive to work.


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Posted 20 March 2013 - 07:20 PM

I just noticed this thread and I'm too darned lazy to read the entire thing, so I just read the last few pages. Is this Rick Dyer character connected to the Bigfoot in the freezer hoax? What did he supposedly do with the body of the one he claims to have shot? If this is another hoax, Rick Dyer should be shot. I'm so damned tired of all the Bigfoot hoaxes. I know for a fact the encounter I had back in the late 70's was real but I have no way to prove it, except to myself. I'm not obsessed with finding Bigfoot, But I would kinda like to go back to the area of my encounter someday and spend a little time there and see what happens. Ya never know.

BTW, Sakari, I just took a trip through the Sakari Memorial Page. It was very interesting and brought back many memories of several years ago when I had a female wolf. I got her as a pup and named her Miacha (Northern plaines indian name for prarie wolf) I had her for eight years and then she just disappeared. I have my own thoughts as to why she disappeared.

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 07:42 PM

Sorry to say but dyer is the 2008 freezer boy and he has hoaxed again.
The list of hoaxes hes perpetrated has peaked yet again. He'll be back in another couple of years with another hoax to fool the masses and get a few clicks on his website. He has to hoax as i doubt he has any skills to make anything of his life.

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Posted 21 March 2013 - 12:07 AM

View Postodiesbsc, on 20 March 2013 - 07:20 PM, said:

BTW, Sakari, I just took a trip through the Sakari Memorial Page. It was very interesting and brought back many memories of several years ago when I had a female wolf. I got her as a pup and named her Miacha (Northern plaines indian name for prarie wolf) I had her for eight years and then she just disappeared. I have my own thoughts as to why she disappeared.

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Posted 21 March 2013 - 02:35 AM

Maybe bigfoot should go around nailing money to trees and shooting the bigfoot scammers that show up????

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Posted 21 March 2013 - 03:55 AM

LOL  ..........................yeah i needed to laugh today thanks guys  bigfkn foot in sunglasses and smokeing a  cig wearing a wife beater t shirt shot in the back of the head eating a mcribb then carted off to sum college to be poked ,proded,cut,stabed, sliced, diced, and well you know they have to do a anal prob  i mean hell it just wouldnt be right if they didnt   and  if  if  it is real im not gona say it is or its not  but some how i DO NOT THINK BIG FKN FOOT WOULD BE WEARING SUNGLASSES  SMOKEING A CIG AND EATING FKN MCRIBBS  them damn mcribbs are freakn nasty any way fkn mystery meat wtf?  lol this was a good one full of **** but good okay and if any one cares yeah  a ufo and 12 inch tall bug eyed green bodyed 4 armed  3 leged aliens with tripple nipples   was hanging out yesterday afternoon with me an my ol lady on the back porch discuseing   life  cold beer and yeah i used their ray gun to start the barbaque grill since i was out of matches   .......(shaken my head)  if any one does however shoot big fkn foot dead...you know god damn well  the whole damn world  will find out in a matter of hours..i dont care who you are  no one is not going be hush hush about poping a bigfoot  knowing our gov at the moment hell oboma  would make it a hoilday more then likely or have sum clam  it was his long lost twice removed cousin you just shot and have you  made to be disapeared  to cover up the fact there is a new kinda beasty out there walking around that he cant put a fkn tax on


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Posted 21 March 2013 - 04:17 AM

And those McRibs are limited time only!!

Here at Intel we make processors on 12 inch wafers. And, the individual processors on the wafers are called die. And, I am employed to check these die. That is why I am the DieChecker.

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