Shawn L. Bird

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Sasquatch Hunting May 6, 2010

Filed under: Grace Awakening,Mythology — Shawn L. Bird @ 8:24 pm
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It was drawn to my attention by an alert member of the Grace Awakening Facebook group  that it is illegal to kill a Sasquatch in the province of British Columbia. It makes sense. Obviously, when one considers how difficult it is to find Sasquatches in the woods, and how many crypto-zoologists are out looking for them, they have to be an endangered species. No one wants people with guns out shooting at endangered creatures.

Still. That law suggests severe ramifications for Grace. If she were discovered by the authorities to have killed a Sasquatch on that logging road above Bastion Mountain, would it matter that it was in self-defence? Endangered species have such special protections that I suspect self-defence is not a mitigating factor and she would still be liable for prosecution.

On the other hand, who is likely to find out about it? Josh isn’t going to talk, and Bright should be a safe confidante. If a tree falls in the forest…

How about Cyclopes? They haven’t been seen in a few thousand years. I don’t believe there is a law making them a protected species in B.C. No one is out looking for them, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t out there. Their increased forge activity could explain the increase of forest fires in British Columbia, couldn’t it? How about that eruption of Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland? Angry Cyclopes is my bet. They are pretty good at making trouble for people, and they are really irritated with Zeus. Zeus is responsible for air travel. Uh huh. Making the connection? Disrupted air travellers have no clue about the real source of the problem, but now you know the truth.

Now the question is what did Grace kill on Bastion Mountain?

What is your guess?

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To those of you south of the Canadian border: a Sasquatch is also known as Bigfoot.

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