Thursday, August 14, 2008

Things that make you go hmmmmmmmmmmmm...





So I am baffled. Intrigued and baffled. I think it is conceited of us to think we have found and categorized all living species but c'mon....what is THIS other than disgusting? Viral marketing or for real? I am almost too scared to even ask....

But embarrassingly enough i keep 'googleing' the darn thing to find out more... am I pathetic or is the marketing just working....hmmmmmm...


...and then i came across this --I watched the video and it is definately...different...

Chupacabra Caught On Cop's Dash Cam
The deputy describes the creature as hairless with a long snout, having short front legs and long back legs. But it's still a mystery.
Tara Lipinsky, WCBSTV.com Texas (CBS) ―
Is it or isn't it?
There's massive speculation in Cuero, Texas that a paltrolman's dash cam video will prove the Chupacabra really exists.
Corporal Brandon Riedel spotted the creature just before sunset on Friday, and decided to put his dash cam to good use. "So I hit the record button and it was just this is what we got." Reidel explains.
The deputy describes the creature as hairless with a long snout, having short front legs and long back legs. But it's still a mystery.
"It's amazing. We still don't know what it is." Sheriff Jode Zavesky commented.
The Chupacabra is a mythical creature associated with Mexico. The name means "goat sucker" in Spanish. It supposedly kills livestock and drains their blood.
Tests on a similar creature also found in Dewitt County showed the animal was a certain type of coyote.
Some officials worry the latest video with start a rash of "sightings." Other people are happy about it.
"I love this for Dewitt County. It's brought a lot of attention to us. We're not ready to put this one to bed yet." Zavesky admits.
So, is it really the fabled Chupacabra or just a wild dog?
Only time will tell.
(© MMVIII, CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.)


hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...


And then there is big foot. HAHAHAHAH! Bigfoot. I will admit that my hometown is the home of the annual big foot conference. Yes, they have a conference and it is in Jefferson. You think I am kidding? I am soooo not kidding. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm...


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