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Shocked, Shocked!

As Louie said to Rick, “I am shocked, shocked to discover that there is gambling going on in this establishment,” so I am just stunned  to find out the bigfoot corpse discovered in Georgia is in actual fact a rubber gorilla suit.  http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20080820/od_afp/usenvironmentbigfootoffbeat_080820193153.  How could these men of integrity, these selfless servants of science and rationality, have put over this, this deception on the innocent public?  I will never look at the face on Mars or the Bermuda triangle in the same way again.

I think the hoax is a hoax.  I think the real bigfoot corpse was spirited away by the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commision to serve as the main course at the Bilderberg’s annual dinner.  Nobody will ever convince me otherwise – I know in my heart that bigfoot is real and alive, somewhere, just waiting for his big break so he can make a guest appearance in the next X-files movie.  The truth is out there, people, now go and get it - I don’t care how many Freemasons you have to waterboard.

4 comments to Shocked, Shocked!

  • LBB

    My favorite bit of the whole story is the fact that there’s a guy whose job description is “Sasquatch detective.” That’s one of the most awesome self-made-up jobs ever.

  • http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7571483.stm

    this quote sums it up

    “But the voice mail recording for their Bigfoot Tip Line – which proclaims they also search for leprechauns and the Loch Ness monster – has been updated. It announced the duo were also looking for ‘big cats and dinosaurs’”

  • I think it is deliciously funny that the Searching for Bigfoot group paid “an undisclosed sum” for the rubber suit. I hope it was more than just the cost of a rubber gorilla suit and ice box.

    They deserve everything they get.

  • DLC

    Ahh. a fan of good movies.
    Croupier: Your winnings, Monsieur.

    Really, it wasn’t the Blidenbergs it was the

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