Skip to comments.(Your Government Dollars At Work) Bureau Of Land Management Gives Advice On Finding Bigfoot
Posted on 07/11/2012 7:37:09 PM PDT by DogByte6RER
Bureau Of Land Management Gives Advice On Finding Bigfoot
Last week we reported on how the U.S. National Ocean Service publicly denied the existence of mermaids in response to a joke documentary on Animal Planet.
Meanwhile, another federal agency has taken a different course. The Bureau of Land Management in Oregon & Washington has released this video titled "Bigfoot and the BLM." In it, people, who I assume to be BLM staff, are asked about their belief in Bigfoot and the narrator gives handy tips about where to go looking for the mysterious creature.
Is this all just a bit of silliness at taxpayer expense? A cheap publicity stunt? Maybe. Maybe not. As Matt Moneymaker, president of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Association pointed out on his Twitter account, "Hmmm...The locations mentioned by this BLM Oregon dude all happen to be active Bigfoot areas. . .coincidence??"
Perhaps the agency hopes that by encouraging people to visit the Pacific Northwest's beautiful natural areas, some lucky hiker will find definitive proof for Bigfoot? Hopefully it will be better proof than a pot-bellied guy wandering around in a gorilla suit like shown in this video.
Whatever the explanation for the BLM's move, they're obviously fond of Bigfoot. Even the banner of their blog features the creature.
(Excerpt) Read more at gadling.com ...
BLM should just save us taxpayers some $ and send prospective Sasquatch hunters to the nearest OWS rally or Democrat Party office
I can save everyone lots of time and money. He’s in Joe Bidden’s mouth.
LOL— good one
Post 3: Barry leaving work with wife.
Post 5: Barry leaving beach with wife.
He looks like a pansy in both.
This is just disinformation to make people think that the government doesn’t know that Bigfoot exists.
They know and they are keeping it secret! Don’t be fool by this ploy!
LOL, yeah..we know how concerned about spending the government is. It's just too costly to reveal the truth.
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