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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by drf64, Apr 30, 2019.
I do believe that this leads you to victory. In exactly what, I do not know.
Tldr whole thread, but has anyone thought yeti may have predator style invisibility tech?
IF that stayed active after death, we'd still be stumbling over their remains
Band name: Dead Yeti
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Yes. Apparently a few have suggested as much. Interesting side note that these same folks have also suggested Santa has, over millennia, developed the ability to lengthen his body by several feet, on demand, similar to rodents. This helps him both slip into tight vertical places and reduce downward impact.
Ohhh... Santa woo....
I believe in your existence, however I sometimes scoff at your insistence...
Pacific Northwest dense areas get some people, but nothing like the east coast where you get few if not no sightings.
What ? I didn t say or even imply lack of evidence is evidence. I said the evidence being presented wasn t necessary applicable due to different situation.
For the last line, were you typing in front of a mirror ? You be snapin' bad. Attack ideas, not members, here.
There was no attack on you, there was an attack on your argument. First you said carcasses are never found in the wild woods. This is demonstrably false. I mean I’ve come across carcasses deep in Yellowstone national park off season, for example.
Then you suggested the absence of carcasses as evidence for existence, which is absurd. By this logic, the less evidence of existence you find, the more certain existence becomes. This is a bad argument: it’s not a personal attack, and claiming it is doesn’t disguise the weakness of the argument.
No, I’m not typing in front of a mirror.
If Yeti's are real can you imagine the back taxes they would owe? Not surprising they cant be found.
I'll admit it...I want to believe, and some of the best evidence I've ever heard came from a report by Yellowstone park ranger Bob Jackson. He was a legend at the park, spending over 30 years as THE backcountry ranger at Yellowstone (the longest serving at the park EVER). Even several U.S. senators went to bat for him when the park fired him for voicing his complaints about cutbacks in funding). He logged roughly 75,000 miles in the Yellowstone backcountry on horseback during his career, and knew every animal in the park better than anyone in the world. And in all of his time there, he never saw a sasquatch..until one day he did. Here's his account of it:
So, think about that...he claims that in 30 years of constant backcountry travel, he only saw one ONCE! Now, you can say he was lying, but he literally had no reason to lie (it even took years before he would allow his sighting to be reported publicly). If anyone has any legitimacy, I'd say Bob Jackson would. But, what do I know.
I’ll wait for more evidence
Of course you will.
You rarely if ever hear of a female sighting.
Actually the most famous sighting of all time (from the Patterson-Gimlin film we've all seen) was likely a female.
brown bear tracks called yeti. Okay. sounds... good.
A park ranger who knows every animal in Yellowstone after years of working and traveling within the park boundaries, yet only has ONE chance encounter with something resembling Sasquatch, is NOT good evidence. Quite the opposite, actually.