Sunday, March 11, 2018

Talking Bigfoot With Lori Simmons


Lori Simmons father was a bigfoot researcher. After his passing, Lori picked up the torch and has become one of the most prominent people in the field.

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  1. It should be noted that Lori Simmons claim of a Sasquatch living under a Douglas Fir in a cave and making knocking sounds was disputed by Brian Sykes as two branches rubbing together high up in the tree by blowing wind and amplified by the hollow truck at the base.

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    1. ... that Sykes himself found convincing until the matter was looked into.

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    2. That's not how I read it. Of course Dr.Sykes acknowledged he heard the knocks but at no time do I think he unquestionably accepted it could actually be a Sasquatch inhabiting an underground space at the bottom of the tree.

      Let's separate the wheat from the chaff. Even you lktomi have to acknowledge how preposterous and ridiculous this story is. A Bigfoot living underground and interacting with CERTAIN visitors and seemingly understanding human language. The whole story just smacks of the Carter Farm fiasco with Lori Simmons being the main character instead of Janice Carter. It's stories like these that make a mockery of the possibility of Bigfoot's existence and the whole genre look like fools. Although a skeptic at this point I can entertain some of your arguments for Bigfoot's existence but if you support stories like this one then you have completely lost me.

      If anyone had the time and money this story could be disproved in a day.

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    3. Curious, the first rule of the fantasy role playing culture is to assume something is bigfoot until it’s proven otherwise.

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    4. He’s on record on Coats2CoastAM saying that the entire experience was very believable... and that after it was shown to have a natural explanation, it taught him a lot about getting sucked in. I have no opinion whatsoever on Lori, I can’t even say I know anything about her. I’m sure she’s a nice person and all. What I will say, is since only a small amount of people who are bothered to look up the likes of Lori are aware of her... that I really can’t see how it has any bearing on the science behind the subject.

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    5. Actually... the first rule of fantasy role-play is to exclude every last plausible explanation, even if the same applies to your own drivel. And then look silly when the same questions are posed.

      You’re such a role-player, Stuey.

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    6. Yeah, I’m the one who assumed that a bigfoot was living under a tree — talk about fantasy role playing! And you and Sykes found this old bat’s story to be “believable” and “convincing”! Ha ha ha!

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    7. Stuey still angry at women after his menopausal wife left him. Remember when she told you that you're just an old bast@rd? The only thing young about him is his behavior.

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    8. It’s lucky that based on the physical evidence as well as the reports of an entire community... that he can at least make educated theories as to what Zana was.

      I never did get an answer as to how many role-players have turned up shot dead? Maybe today... I’ll see you later Stuey.

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  2. I bet she could swallow that microphone whole and not choke.

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