Sunday, October 16, 2005


For Bigfoot.

AP Reports on the 5th annual meeting of The Texas Bigfoot Conference hosted by the Texas Bigfoot Research Center.

Attendees consider themselves to be naturalists hot on the trail of what might be the last "undocumented" large wild animal on Earth. "It's not a matter of believing, like faith, when you believe in something you can't see," said Daryl G. Colyer, "It's a flesh-and-blood animal that just has not been discovered yet. And I think we're getting closer and closer and closer," Colyer said.

While acknowledging that the Pacific Northwest is likely home for most of the estimated 2,000 Bigfoot in America, the Institute insists there are Bigfoot in Texas, too.

Those Texans...

It's probably fair to say that most people, including most biologists, are at best very skeptical of the claim an animal big enough to whip a Grizzly Bear at arm wrestling could remain hidden in the United States, leaving nothing but tracks and the occasional stupified eyewitness, it's a claim that can't be disproven, only proven.

And after all, even with the best of technology, our government can't find Osama Bin Laden. I expect the two of them to show up at about the same time...

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