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Sasquatch?  Is that you?
Sasquatch? Is that you?

So here’s something to check out and discuss over a family gathering or maybe corporate luncheon.  This dude, who’s name I can’t remember, probably because I don’t care about his name or possibly never heard it, thinks he saw bigfoot/sasquatch while in the mountains in British Columbia.  If you listen, even the guys watching don’t know what this thing is.  Oh, and by the way, why is it when someone sees a Sasquatch they don’t have a camera with a zoom? I mean, it’d be one thing if we could see if this thing was walking upright on two legs, walking on all fours, or, well, anything more than the amorphous dark dot that we do see. Anyway, here you go.

So there you go. You be the judge.

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