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interesting video discussion of a Sasquatch hunter:
Sasquatch stealing chickens from coop ^
If you have any interest about Sasquatch, but are skeptical, you may find this interesting ...
Missing dairy cows, disappearing pets, exuming bigfoot graves, 100 bigfoot tracks found on dry lake bed. Are sasquatch emerging from underground lairs? These are only a small portion of topics covered in this intriguing interview with researcher, author, science teacher Thom Powell.
Science teacher Thom Powell, known for his investigations of the edges of science and Bigfoot, shares his research about Sasquatch, and possible connections to ET visitations. A lot of the evidence for Bigfoot is subtle such as unusual arrangement of sticks found along trails, and apples disappearing from trees. But there are also witnesses seeing the creatures repeatedly but in very specific places. These witnesses are generally living on the edge of large, wild areas like Mount Rainier.
By Vlad Dudau
Valve to Washington regulators on gambling: Tell us which law we're breaking or go away
by Vlad Dudau
Valve has been under a lot of pressure recently, after regulators discovered that gamers were gambling with in-game items from CS:GO or other Steam games. Unfortunately, those same regulators, and some of the public, have focused on Valve instead of the websites that actually host gambling. As such Valve has had to defend itself time and time again, most recently against Washington state Gambling Commission.
The same commission argued recently that Valve was promoting or facilitating a black market through its item trading system in Steam and in the games the company develops. Valve has now offered a response to those accusations. In a letter seen by Engadget, the company says:
Valve, which has gone after numerous gambling websites and their Steam bots, went on to say that if the Commission wanted to assist Valve and provide it with the names, websites or Steam IDs of those breaking the law the company would gladly take action.
However, the company, which at this point is clearly sick of dealing with such allegations, stated unequivocally how it felt about the Commission’s inquiry saying:
We imagine the company’s lawyers dropped a few dozen mics afterwards, though there’s little doubt that given the popularity of Steam, CS:GO and online gambling this problem will go away anytime soon.
Yes, that's right, the 19-year-old woman actually tried to drive in the carpool lane with a giant teddy bear in the front seat next to her. The state patrol wasn't having it.
According to The Seattle Times, the teddy bear wasn't the only issue. Authorities say that the woman was driving 14 miles per hour over the speed limit.
Trooper Mark Francis, who pulled her over, tweeted that the woman was also driving without insurance.
There's a reason the bear was sitting in the front seat. Francis told KOMO, "She said she didn't have any room in the back of her minivan for the bear." :huh:
He also said the woman knew she shouldn't have been driving in the carpool lane but never gave an explanation for doing so.
Anchors on the morning shows thought the woman should have played up the situation a bit more.
Dylan Dreyer for NBC said, "At least dress him up a little bit."
Matt Lauer chimed in: "That lady made a little boo boo."
FOX NEWS's Brian Kilmeade queried: "And no seat belt for the bear? Yeah, no seat belt. It's unbelievable! Just count on the air bag."
ABC's Michael Strahan says that "she should have talked to it like it was real."
Okay, that might have been taking things a bit too far. But what's even more bizarre is the exact same thing happened two years ago in Oregon.
Another woman got caught driving in the carpool lane with a teddy bear -- albeit not as large of one -- in her passenger seat.
She told KATU that she thought she might have been able to get away with it until an officer pulled her over and gave her a $260 ticket.
As for the woman in Washington, her fine was a little bigger. She was ticketed $818 for all three alleged offenses.
PORT ORCHARD, Wash. ? Authorities say that a 28-year-old man suspected of robbing a woman at a Washington ferry terminal friended her on Facebook the next day.
The Kitsap Sun reports Saturday that Riley Allen Mullins was charged Friday in Kitsap District Court with second-degree robbery.
Authorities say a woman was sitting at the Bremerton ferry terminal on Tuesday using her headphones when she was struck on the head from behind. After being struck, a man grabbed her iPod and purse and ran. She didn't recognize the man but noticed a tattoo of a triangle on his neck.
The next day, the woman received a Facebook friend notification and recognized the sender as the man who robbed her.
Investigators confirmed the Facebook account belonged to Mullins, and they noted a profile picture of Mullins showing the triangle neck tattoo.