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kitakaze

kitakaze wrote:

 

 

That is not an answer to the question I asked. I did not ask you for 'numbers'.

 

 

I've already answered your question. 1% is a reasonable probability to me or else I would not have an interest in examining claims of reliable evidence.

 

 
So...."believing that Bigfoot exists in N.A. is reasonable", to you....(right?).....but...."believing that it lives all across N.A. is "absurd/bizarre/Fortean Dreaming/out-of-touch with Reality"???

 

 

That's correct. Slowly but surely you're getting there. I believed in Bigfoot for most of my adult life and was not in any way unreasonable.

 

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I've already answered your question. 1% is a reasonable probability to me or else I would not have an interest in examining claims of reliable evidence.

 

 

 

Not with a direct, and simple 'Yes' or 'No'. 

 

How about choosing one? It should be a very easy choice. :)

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kitakaze

"That's correct" and "1% is a reasonable probability to me" and acknowledging that I was reasonable when I believed in Bigfoot all equate very clearly that yes, it is reasonable to simply think that Bigfoot could exist, depending on the circumstances. There are conditions to that reasonability. If you can't accept there are conditions, you need to do something about your fundamentalism

 

Are there reasonable explanations for Griffin and Gosselin's account that don't include real Bigfoots? Yes or no.

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"That's correct" and "1% is a reasonable probability to me" and acknowledging that I was reasonable when I believed in Bigfoot all equate very clearly that yes, it is reasonable to simply think that Bigfoot could exist, depending on the circumstances. There are conditions to that reasonability. If you can't accept there are conditions, you need to do something about your fundamentalism

 

Are there reasonable explanations for Griffin and Gosselin's account that don't include real Bigfoots? Yes or no.

 

 

 

My question didn't include the word 'could'. Your "Yes" was not an answer to the exact question I asked you.

 

Here it is again...

 

 

 

 

Can you answer my simple question with a simple 'Yes' or 'No'...

 

Do you think there is a "reasonable probability" that Bigfoot exists....(within North America)?

 

....followed by whatever length of convoluted "word magic" you would like to add, after it. 

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kitakaze

I answered your question whether you like the answer or not. Take out the could if you think it's important. I do not. Yes, it is reasonable to simply think that Bigfoot exists, depending on the circumstances. You failed to answer my question at all. 

 

Are there reasonable explanations for Griffin and Gosselin's account that don't include real Bigfoots? Yes or no.

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SweatyYeti

Yes, it is reasonable to simply think that Bigfoot exists, depending on the circumstances. 

 

 

kitakaze wrote:

 

 

To believe in Bigfoot in 2014 either demands not being informed or being informed by the dogma of a strange subculture that is completely out of touch with reality.

 

 

http://bigfootforums.com/index.php/topic/5116-cascades-carnivore-project-how-do-they-miss-the-bigfoots/page-14#entry801208

 

  

Hey kit...I think we found a new subject for your frying pan.....your "word arguments"...   :lol:

 

 

But, actually...you still didn't answer the exact question I asked you. Here it is again...

 

 

Can you answer my simple question with a simple 'Yes' or 'No'...

 

Do you think there is a "reasonable probability" that Bigfoot exists....(within North America)?

 

....followed by whatever length of convoluted "word magic" you would like to add, after it. 

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SweatyYeti

kitakaze wrote:

 

 

Are there reasonable explanations for Griffin and Gosselin's account that don't include real Bigfoots? Yes or no.

 

 

As I mentioned before, I am not going to get into analyzing individual sighting reports with you.

 

You have made many general statements, concerning the likelihood of Bigfoot's existence...and that is what I am asking you about.....the broad, sweeping generalizations of yours, which contradict each other.  

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kitakaze

 

As I mentioned before, I am not going to get into analyzing individual sighting reports with you.

 

Oops for you. That is exactly what you've done. Are you ready to own what you've started?
 
Sweaty wants to get into analyzing individual sighting reports, but now he says he's not going to get into them, when getting into them is exactly what he did.
 
What a contradiction. You can not write this comedy...
 

 

Is it reasonable to think that Brian Gosselin is being honest, in his (multiple witness) sighting testimony?  'Yes' or 'No'? 

 

 

 

 

How about David Griffin....is it reasonable to think that he is being honest in his testimony, when he says...."I saw what I saw...and, I know what I saw"....(at about the 3:50 mark)...

 

 

 

Are there reasonable explanations for Griffin and Gosselin's account that don't include real Bigfoots? Yes or no.

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SweatyYeti

kitakaze wrote:

 

Sweaty wants to get into analyzing individual sighting reports, but now he says he's not going to get into them, when getting into them is exactly what he did.

 
What a contradiction.

 

 

No, I don't want to get into analyzing individual sighting reports with you.  I did....minimally...but as I stated last night...

 

"I am not going to (future tense) get into analyzing individual sighting reports with you. You have made many general statements, concerning the likelihood of Bigfoot's existence...and that is what I am asking you about.....the broad, sweeping generalizations of yours, which contradict each other."

 

It is not a contradiction to choose not to continue doing something. :)

 

 

THIS....is a contradiction... :popcorn: ...

 

kit just wrote:

 

 

Yes, it is reasonable to simply think that Bigfoot exists, depending on the circumstances. 

 

And, he also wrote....with a different outlook on the subject...

 

"Bigfoot is the 20th century mermaid. It's not 21st century and has no place in it.

It's an idea, a belief, that is becoming naturally more bizarre as each year carries on..."

 

 

 

But...you still didn't answer the exact question I asked you. Here it is again...

 

 

 

 

Can you answer my simple question with a simple 'Yes' or 'No'...

 

Do you think there is a "reasonable probability" that Bigfoot exists....(within North America)?

 

....followed by whatever length of convoluted "word magic" you would like to add, after it.  

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kitakaze

kitakaze wrote:

 

 

No, I don't want to get into analyzing individual sighting reports with you.  I did....minimally...

 

Excellent. "Minimally." You want to discuss whether it's reasonable to think Griffin and Gosselin are honest in their accounts but not if something other than Bigfoot can reasonably explain them.

 

Welcome to fundamentalism.

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kitakaze

roguefooter and Sweaty Yeti, Plus 1's to both of you, and more to follow as soon as I have more points.

Well said my friends, and well done rebuttals from both of you against Kit's PGF explanations against the PGF being real.

 

 

Make ten hearts, give twelve snuggles. You have an abysmal record discerning real from comedy...

 

 

http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2014/10/farmer-claims-skull-found-in-chained-box-is-from-a-werewolf/

 

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What in the world is that skull? Any primate specialists here?

 
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Kit, Did you not notice that I came here to ask some of our experts what was the skull, and if this was real. I came looking for info, not making a claim, I just posted what was attached to the photo.

 

I am firmly grounded in reality, and I am not trying to change your views on the reality of this species. I allow you to believe as you wish to believe.

 

Please allow me the same courtesy. 

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Excellent. "Minimally." You want to discuss whether it's reasonable to think Griffin and Gosselin are honest in their accounts but not if something other than Bigfoot can reasonably explain them.

 

Welcome to fundamentalism.

 

 

That's not exactly the case. My main interest in this conversation is to ask you questions about what you allegedly "think"...(with the emphasis on the quotation marks)...about the 'probability' of Bigfoot's existence....for the purpose of exposing your contradictions.

 

I don't care to get into discussing/debating anything with you, for the purpose of finding some level of agreement on the issue of Bigfoot's existence.

 

This is FUN- :) -damentally about highlighting your contradictory statements....and watching you add to them...by the hour... :lol:

 

 

roguefooter and Sweaty Yeti, Plus 1's to both of you, and more to follow as soon as I have more points.

Well said my friends, and well done rebuttals from both of you against Kit's PGF explanations against the PGF being real.

 

 

 

Thank you very much, Susi... :)  I appreciate the points!

 

I hope you're enjoying watching kit explain his apparently contradictory "views" on how likely it is that Bigfoot exists.

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You have an abysmal record discerning real from comedy...

 

 

 

Have you seen any of your work??... :lol: ....('click' to enlarge)...

 

th_KitzoCrappo11_zpsb3f14d4a.jpg

 

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