Our long time member Tirademan (R.I.P. Scott McClean) compiled this extensive archive of Sasquatch related newspaper articles and donated it to the BFF before his passing. The earliest articles in this collection are from 1818 in Florida, 1877 (Australia), 1884 (Canada) and 1764 (Europe).
Frank explained how the license purchased from Kodak bound Technicolor to a multi-faceted agreement. The agreement was actually for the protection of both the licensee and Kodak. It allowed Kodak to perform on-site inspection and certification of the laboratory, the logging of all films processed by the laboratory and making the logs available for periodic review, and monitoring of the lab by Kodak to assure chemicals and equipment and trained personnel were used by the lab in keeping with predefined operational standards. Kodak was also required to make certain chemicals and precursor materials available to the licensee. He explained that violating the agreement could potentially jeopardize the license and of course any investment associated with the license. Frank believed Leonard Tall, the owner, would never jeopardize his considerable investment and Technicolor’s license by allowing the use of the lab outside the confines of the license protocol and agreement. Certainly, any employee caught violating the protocols would be terminated.
I've mentioned this twice already Twist, he may have been the owner, but he had signed a contract with Kodak. Ishihara even mentions violatin' that contact could jeopardize his license an thus his business. Why do you think Ishihara brought that up ?
For the government job, he brought in Ishihara, perhaps that was part of the contract with Kodak, that the process was not to be done alone for liability reasons. Again, Ishihara has said... "Working outside lab policies could risk a mistake that would invoke a violation of the license with Kodak."
Tall owned multiple camera stores if I recall, all it takes is a call to one by DeAtley, he explains he is in need of gettin' a film developed, gets Tall's number. DeAtley says he'll make it worth his while, Tall knows he can do it easy enough but tells DeAtley he could loose his license, DeAtley says he'll keep it a secret were he got it developed.
The fact that they may have (if they exist) evolved a foot nearly like ours isn't a big surprise if they are a primate.
Also, saying humans can't survive in the wild is disproven by the fact that for most of our time here on earth we did just that.
The sasquatch lackin' a divergent big toe doesn't necessarily mean it is more human like in my opinion, simply shares a characteristic associated with bipedalism. A gorilla may spend more time on the ground, but it is still a quadruped.
My opinion, they share more characteristics with the other great apes than man.
I hope so! Im counting on being able to positively ID the target. Which is not easy as its an undocumented species. I have the PGF to judge by only.
But if I think I see a zipper? Im gonna have to let it walk.