I have no strong opinions on this subject either way, but I was wondering, why do you?Originally posted by kyle_soule
We needed CBS to tell us bigfoot isn't real?
How long will people hold to the possibility of bigfoot, thousands of years? Bigfoot is immortal, not because he lives or ever lived, but because he is just like Santa to a child. No disputing the existance of bigfoot will ever prove fruitful, he will never die.
The rewards of researching weird stuff [as a hobby] come in three distinct flavors: Thrilling if true, fascinating if mysterious, and completely amusing if bogus.Originally posted by kyle_soule
Hm...I don't consider it a strong opinion, just a distaste for the foolishness of them, every culture has a 'bigfoot', they are all humorous.
ya, but are they good eatin? Now that I think about it, I never have seen blackened coelacanth with butter and garlic on a menu.
I don't want to be argumentative, but do you really need to rule out such a claim?Originally posted by Adam
I wouldn't mind tasting one of those things.
Anyway, my point was that there are real examples of the past popping up from nowhere. I suggest it is possible that some waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay-back type of hominid may be wandering about out there somewhere, and may be discovered by us eventually. I find it extremely unlikely, but unless someone here is omniscient, I don't see how it can be 100% ruled out.