Let us go through these.
- Hank was not real. Dumbass claimed numerous times that there was absolutely no way that Hank was a fake. Of course near the end his confidence started dwindling and he plateaued at around the 50% mark of believing in Hank.
In my opinion, it could not have been a faked, but I was wrong about that, I agree. I now believe that its accuracy was due to it being modeled on the body of a real dead Bigfoot. Photos and drawings of this dead Bigfoot were provided by Dyer to the special effects man.
Never before has a Bigfoot prop been created that replicated certain aspects of known Bigfoot features this well. In other words, this model was best likeness of a real Bigfoot ever created, feature-wise. Sure it looks fake, but all the other models look fake too. The problem is that the other models do not replicate Bigfoot features as accurately as this one does. However, I was wrong about Hank being real. I will admit to that. Rick fooled a lot of us.
- There is no hotel billionaire from Vegas funding Rick’s fake teddy in a box.
I never said that the billionaire from Vegas paid for Rick’s prop. The man is not a hotel magnate, and he is not even from Las Vegas. I continue to believe there is a real body, and this man owns it. This has not yet been disproven so I am not wrong.
- There is no curator from the Museum of Natural History speaking at the press conference.
That is because there has not yet been a press conference. I am confident that one was scheduled with this person to speak at it at one time. I continue to believe that a press conference may well occur. This has not yet been disproven so I am not wrong.
- There was and will never be a press conference.
I said there would be one at some point in the future. This has not yet been disproven so I am not wrong.
- There were no MD’s that analyzed the body. Even Dumbass changed his story in his last post to say it was a couple of friends that saw the body.
Not true. Jeff and Jack stated that they brought 2 MD’s with them to view some sort of a Hank figure. The MD’s stated that they thought it was real according to Jeff and Jack. If the Hank prop fooled them, those are two more people who got fooled by Rick’s prop. I am not wrong in this case as the charge is not true. The MD’s were indeed there.
- Hank is not the epitome of special effects. Okay, this is just an opinion but c’mon Dumbass, do you really think that Hank is the BEST that mankind can produce for a fake body. Bloody moronic logic on your part.
I never said it was the best we can do. However, this prop represented actual Bigfoot features more accurately than any other Bigfoot prop I have ever seen. The other Bigfoot props are not exactly masterpieces either if you have noticed, and they all look fake.
- There was no additional video shown at the Alamo.
Jeff and Jack were originally supposed to show a 40 minute video of them verifying Hank. However, I found out that this was cancelled at the last minute and I did report that.
- There were no investors at the Alamo. Jeff and Jack (the investors) were supposed to speak at the Alamo, but about a week before, plans were changed and they pulled out. I reported that.
1 for 8! Pretty pitiful!
The rest mentions something about me being supported by my mother and my aunt. My aunt never gives me one single nickel for anything. Not that she should, but that is just the way it is. My mother doesn’t “support” me. I live on my own and pay my own bills every month and have lived this way for a very long time.
However, I come from a very generous extended family. People are always loaning and giving other family members money for this and that. My family is very close-knit, and that is just the way we are. Further, most people I know are getting money from their parents. These people are aged 40-52, and their incomes range from 12-30,000/yr. Yes, their parents do help them out, mostly for large expenses in the $2,000-3,000 range, although one friend had a wealthy father who was helping the family survive while the son was out of business. Further the father had given out large gifts for various things, such as $10,000 to start a business.
In fact, most of the wealthy people I know continue to get quite a bit of money from their parents. That is, while these people are wealthy ($200-300,000/yr), their parents are stinking filthy rich. Most every person I ever knew who came from a wealthy family continued to receive a lot of money from their parents far off into adulthood.
Can someone explain to me why this is some gigantic problem? Is there something wrong with close-knit families who help each other out? If wealthy parents continue to shower money on their children far off into adulthood (as is the norm) why is it so horrible that non-wealthy families might do this too.
Personally, I also have very generous friends who help me out financially in various ways, and for most of my life, I have had many very generous girlfriends who have spent a lot of money on me.
I fail to see why this is such a problem!
The rest of the post goes off in the usual direction, but I will say that one thing I have noticed is that 100% of my haters are Republican conservatives. I haven’t seen a single progressive person among the haters yet. So apparently a lot of this beef is political.
Anyway here is a personal message to the folks who put up this site, especially Laura, along with the idiots at this site.
GG Allin RIP forever!
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