Hey BF Field Reporter. What you said about Doc M., bigfootery gold. His making three appearances in the spring up in the eastern Midwest is saturation. One has to wonder about his students and wife. But to each his own, make that bigfootery dollars while it is hot in pop culture. We get what you were saying and you did nail it. Messin with an icon, let alone messin with sasquatch, is risky business and we are sure there will be a blow back. Watch what happens in this blow back as it will be text book bigfootery. There will be a piling on, opportunism, people will be offended, there will be some flip flopping of “friends”, praise for the icon, attacks on the messenger instead of the message and few will address the core issue of his bigwhoreish behavior.
Bigwhoreishness comes in many forms in bigfootery. Whoring out pictures you do not own, carpet bagging, various hypocrisies, it is easy to find the whores. Congrats to the Field Reporter for stripping away the niceities and calling it what it is.
We’ve had an article or two about the reporter and had bestowed a not so nice nickname that we felt fit. We are now giving her a new moniker, Courtney. Like her name sake we find her unpredictable, possibly inebriated, unfiltered opinions to be a bit…….. hot. How about that?
We are unsure if the icon worshipers know this about the Doc. In this essay he attempts to use some scientific data (genetics), cultural and political themes to validate a Book of Mormon’s pronouncement on how America was peopled. It is an interesting read eventually spinning into the absence of evidence does not mean the absence of fact and conclusions. Sounds like an early exercise in one of the concepts employed in bigfootery.