Indian Army discovers Yeti footprints

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  1. Whatizitman

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    If you were a bigfoot, would you be dumb enough to die and leave your body around for some human to find? Silly, they bury themselves.

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    Well played sir!
     
  4. Whatizitman

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    Yeah, well, some threads should be locked. For the sake of integrity.
     
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    Actually aliens staged the moon landing debris as well as all the earthly sightings of bigfoot/ chupacabra etc, just to keep the we-know-everything crowds and the we-believe-everything crowds wound up and fighting amongst themselves.

    Apparently they find our actual behavior more entertaining than our most expensive entertainment products.
     
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    Have we gotten more unruly here at the TDPRI lately?
    Used to be such a nice respectful place!
     
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    I'd forgotten about that, Time to call that bass player on his lifting movie references as his own
     
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    Times have changed.
     
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    Not whole carcasses per se, but I find what's left of carcasses, after animals have finished with them, all the time in the relative wilds
     
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    No, not unruly. Just.... just dumber. I include myself in that.
     
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    +1. Okanagan Mountain Park is a 15 minute drive south of my house:

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    I walk here with Harley, and he is always finding animal bones, if not things like whole deer legs.
     
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    That makes for a nice Sat morning stroll, I bet
     
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    Not to mention subfreezing temps preserving human and animal remains, intact, for thousands of years. Not that any of that would matter, since Yetis are all tropical beach bums.
     
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    And miss the Saturday morning cartoons over Cap'n Crunch cereal? Sunday morning!
     
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    Let's just say there's a certain attraction...:)
     
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    So would any dead yetis.

    The preserved bodies of extinct mammals, particularly woolly mammoths, appear with some frequency in the sub-arctic tundra of Siberia.

    You would have thought that a frozen yeti would have turned up by now.
     
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    Yeah, you don't really have to go too far into the wild to find dead stuff. Particularly if you're walking with dogs - sometimes you have to catch them before they start rolling around in it...woof, that smell...

    and the geological record is rife with all kinds of animal creatures, whole skeletons, whole chunks. Huh, no bigfoot, yetis, or sasquatch. Huh.

    Saber tooth tigers at La Brea, and as mentioned above, wooly mammoths and such, fairly recent, in geological terms.

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    time catches up with all of us, regardless of what you believe.
     
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    This is the reason humans should not feed the animals!
    Squirrels will eat all them bones unless humans give them better stuff to eat.
    And humans drive out the wolves and coyotes that eat the deer whose bones feed the squirrels, 'cept with no wolves there's too many deer and the overfed squirrels can't keep up with their cleaning job so you end up strolling through carrion fields.

    IOW, aliens!
     
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