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2010-09-18 13:52:08
ok looks like this time I have the stupid symbols right it sux here by the way and I am not wasting my time on a comment other than this
2010-07-14 02:47:52
patito= argumentative morn with head in clouds freddo= loser high school dropout who can't read two lines without going to sleep this photo looks cool, though obviously a fabrication!
2010-07-02 07:12:20
Wow, if that big thing comes back that guy is gunna get squished
2010-06-20 22:36:59
It's a cool picture, and I enjoyed it for what it is. Keep studying it, maybe you can read more crap into it, and be even more belligerent trolls.
2010-06-12 22:25:30
Please, Freddo..surely you realize that only through dispassionate reasoning, debate and discussion, and a thorough and logical examination of the facts of this issue from all persepctives can we hope to reach a reasonable determination about the authenticity of these giant footprints. This is, after all, a potentially serious and life-threatening matter. Would you be comfortable if someone you loved or cared about was sunbathing on that beach, knowing that they might be squashed like a rotten tomato? I think not. Try to be a bit less judgemental of those who ponder and contend with the weighty issues of the world.
2010-06-12 19:44:23
alveolate = argumentative moron
2010-06-07 15:21:52
um... you are assuming that something this big would be proportionately heavy. however, "sasquatches" and "bigfoots" are supposed to have oversized feet (i.e. footsize-to-bodyweight ratio higher than humans), so they need not necessarily leave deeper footprints.
2010-06-05 01:43:54
You're joking right? This was clearly photoshopped. You see those big wrinkles in the sand because it is a zoomed in picture of a regular person's footprint with the background and the people photoshopped in. Not to mention the background doesn't fit with the foreground at all.
2010-06-03 02:00:54
And too the surrounding sand hasn't been disturbed. Something that big would make more of an impression, if you'll pardon the pun... :)
2010-06-02 18:41:19
That's awesome. I can just imagine the reaction of the person who walked up on that.
2010-06-01 17:10:20
Come on guys. If the foot print is that big, then its impression must be a lot deeper than that!