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Quote of the Day - I think Bigfoot is blurry, that's the problem. There's a large out-of-focus monster roaming the countryside. - Mitch Hedberg
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Bigfoot Found In California Court

You've known since you were a kid that he was out there.  That's right.  Bigfoot.  You've seen the movie and even read the stories, but you may not have known about the Great American Bigfoot Research Organization in Rohnert Park, California.  Yep.  Right there not too far from Happy Camp and right there next to the U.S. Department of Transportation's Bigfoot Scenic Byway.

He's got to be real:  the USDOT and the Forest Service recognize him

C. Thomas Biscardi does.  Biscardi's been looking for Bigfoot since 1967, according to this site.  Biscardi recently went looking for Bigfoot again, but this time, in court in lovely Marin County.  Biscardi claims that the Great American Bigfoot Research Organization owes him money for Bigfoot artifacts he provided the group.  Biscardi alleges that he's requested the items back, but GABRC hasn't either returned them or paid for them.

Priceless.* 

Well, in Biscardi's mind, the items are worth about $215,000, and he alleges the GABRC has made only one payment for them.  Maybe Biscardi will be able to prove in court that Bigfoot exists

Only in California.

                                                            

* (Video link with sound, sexual references, not appropriate at work.)

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