Rock Throwing Video Aug 7, 2009 17:31:38 GMT -5
Post by bigfoothunter on Aug 7, 2009 17:31:38 GMT -5
Aug 7, 2009 12:53:15 GMT -5 @hiker11 said:I see you back stabbing cowards are still at it, You better talk to my face from now on instead of on here, enough of your lies and bullnuts, Everyone knows your trying to make me look like a hoaxer, so you can move into my areas, Bill miller fat boy you better shut up fast, you dont even know me or know anything about me. Those pics have been studied by Nasa, and Scientist from russia, so keep on talking behind my back on your stupid site. Phone me Sebastion, I tried many times. You guys no nothing about Sasquatch.
Mr. Brisson ... you are correct in saying that I do not know you, but I know enough to say that you should have kepts your hands out of your pockets on that day and not thrown any rocks. You were specifically being watched and when you thought no one was looking - you threw a rock and was seen several times doing so. I suspect that the reason you weren't confronted on the spot was so they could see just how far you were going to go with that nonsense. The people you were with that day were indeed smart enough not to expose to you what they were witnessing so to allow you to then say that you were just doing a one time harmless prank. By allowing you to carry on, they allowed you to hang yourself.
As far as the pictures go ... I would love to see you post the so-called reports that NASA would have written to you because there must be a report if what you have said is true. I personally don't believe NASA would waste a second on such silliness.
It's a solid rule of Physics that if the distance from the camera to fixed stationary locations increase, then all stationary objects withing the picture must also increase in size equally. This did not happen in your photos concerning the alleged Sasquatch head. It took less than five minutes for me to test this and create the example I posted to this forum. It should've taken NASA even less time to see it. The pictures were a fraud. The fact that you claimed to have taken both pictures, then the buck must stop with you and you alone.
It's said that a picture is worth a thousand words - you say one thing and yet your photographs say something else. Like with the multiple rock throwing attempts ... you just didn't know when to stop. By offering a second photo from another location is all that was needed to run a simple test that would either make you or break you. I was merely the messenger.
As far as my ever going into you area ... don't be silly. I was invited to join Steenburg and you on the day in question, but didn't bother wasting my time. There were no less than three to four people on-site that day, which was obviously more than enough to catch you in the act.
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