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JO 753 wrote:aaaa the good old daze.


DUDE!!!!!

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Postby JO 753 » Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:07 am

finle remembrd wer xats frum! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pnS_7YsYzM
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It's official!!!!















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Postby Gord » Sun Nov 16, 2014 6:49 pm

Well spank it and hand out cigars.
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Postby Cadmusteeth » Mon Nov 17, 2014 2:25 am

JO 753 wrote:finle remembrd wer xats frum! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pnS_7YsYzM

It's actually first mentioned in Lovecraft's short story, "The Nameless City."

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Postby JO 753 » Mon Nov 17, 2014 5:31 am

I think I've probably red that. The entire Old Wunz thing frum several authorz. I believe 'the crawling kaos' referz to -_-_---__-___- Hmmm. Cant get it to type the name for sum reazon.
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Re: Sea Serpents in San Francisco Bay!

Postby Matthew Ellard » Mon Nov 17, 2014 8:39 am

kennyc wrote: DUDE!!!!!

I told you not to touch this thread! The whole forum will unravel!


NASA has just announced, that a couple of extremely distant galaxies have "winked out" .

It's the end I tells Ya!!!!!! It's Pandora's Seaserpent !!!.
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JO 753 wrote:I think I've probably red that. The entire Old Wunz thing frum several authorz. I believe 'the crawling kaos' referz to -_-_---__-___- Hmmm. Cant get it to type the name for sum reazon.

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Now youv dun it.
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Postby Cadmusteeth » Tue Nov 18, 2014 3:11 am

May the chaos slither its way up your spine and squelch away your sanity.

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You will end up like Professor Peabody!
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Postby sfseaserpent » Fri Aug 21, 2015 6:43 pm

On August 16, 2015, we received an email from Chris Acosta in which he claims in 2009 he and 3 other people had a sighting of one of the animals while they were fishing in SF Bay.

Here's the email.

Hello! I am so happy to have stumbled upon your page and to discover all of the sightings that you and so many have witnessed in the bay. I'm even more excited because now I have a place to share my own sighting with you.
In 2009, my friend, his father and my wife went fishing in the bay during the halibut run. It was relatively calm out and the water was clear. We had four fish on a stringer alongside the boat and our eyes were glued to the surface of the water while we fished, on the lookout for opportunistic sea lions. When we decided to finally move to another location my friends' father went to grab the stringer of fish and I was on the opposite side of the boat, reeling in my line. Suddenly, my friends' dad (I'm sorry I can't remember his name) yells out in surprise and says to come look over the side of the boat. From my side I see something swimming right under us and away from me, descending as it went and I swear it looked like a giant snake. The girth of it was incredible; I'll modestly say, five feet around and it seemed to go on for an impossibly long time. I turned around and my buddy, Ron is also looking at the thing and then we looked at one another in shock. The creature was a dark brown color and I did not see scales or any other features, unfortunately. I was too preoccupied with the size and abnormality of it to process anything else.
After reading some of your reports I have to say that I'm very grateful that the thing had not come up out of the water as seen by some people. I can't imagine how scary that would be or how dangerous. What we saw was easily large enough to take a person. I'm not a marine biologist but I don't need to be to tell me that what I saw was not a whale or group of sea lions or anything known. It was so close and the water so clear that we had nothing to obscure our perception which would contribute to a misidentification.
Thanks so much for taking the time to read this and I look forward to this mystery being solved in the near future!
-Chris

ps. I don't know the exact location of your fishing trip but we launched out of Berkeley marina if that helps.
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Postby scrmbldggs » Fri Aug 21, 2015 7:07 pm

No scales, why, it would have been an arm of the Kraken!


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sfseaserpent wrote:On August 16, 2015, we received an email from Chris Acosta in which he claims in 2009 he and 3 other people had a sighting of one of the animals while they were fishing in SF Bay.

Here's the email.

Hello! I am so happy to have stumbled upon your page and to discover all of the sightings that you and so many have witnessed in the bay. I'm even more excited because now I have a place to share my own sighting with you.
In 2009, my friend, his father and my wife went fishing in the bay during the halibut run. It was relatively calm out and the water was clear. We had four fish on a stringer alongside the boat and our eyes were glued to the surface of the water while we fished, on the lookout for opportunistic sea lions. When we decided to finally move to another location my friends' father went to grab the stringer of fish and I was on the opposite side of the boat, reeling in my line. Suddenly, my friends' dad (I'm sorry I can't remember his name) yells out in surprise and says to come look over the side of the boat. From my side I see something swimming right under us and away from me, descending as it went and I swear it looked like a giant snake. The girth of it was incredible; I'll modestly say, five feet around and it seemed to go on for an impossibly long time. I turned around and my buddy, Ron is also looking at the thing and then we looked at one another in shock. The creature was a dark brown color and I did not see scales or any other features, unfortunately. I was too preoccupied with the size and abnormality of it to process anything else.
After reading some of your reports I have to say that I'm very grateful that the thing had not come up out of the water as seen by some people. I can't imagine how scary that would be or how dangerous. What we saw was easily large enough to take a person. I'm not a marine biologist but I don't need to be to tell me that what I saw was not a whale or group of sea lions or anything known. It was so close and the water so clear that we had nothing to obscure our perception which would contribute to a misidentification.
Thanks so much for taking the time to read this and I look forward to this mystery being solved in the near future!
-Chris

ps. I don't know the exact location of your fishing trip but we launched out of Berkeley marina if that helps.

It's great you found a like-minded person.

However, his email is "fishy".

Specifically, he's happy it didn't come out of the water? Wouldn't it be far more interesting if he could see more details?

He "identified" the creature as dark brown, and having a girth of 5 feet. That's not actually much of an identification.

He saw a large creature big enough to take a person. Yet, he has no idea what the creature was. This "taking a person" part of the email seems silly.

Overall, I'm not impressed with the email. People see stuff they can't identify all the time. If you can't identify it, then you can't automatically say "it's a monster!"

The ubiquity of cell phones with cameras and video creating ability is relevant too. He said it went on for an impossibly long time and the water was clear. Easily enough time to get out a phone and photograph it. I don't know if they had a motorboat, but if they did, they should have chased the creature.

To be honest, the more I think about it, the more I think that the story in the email sounds entirely fictional. I think the guy is just playing with you.
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Postby Gord » Fri Aug 21, 2015 10:12 pm

Monster wrote:...a girth of 5 feet....

It should be noted that such measurements are almost always overestimates.

πd = 5
d = 5/π
d = 1.59 feet

So a diameter of about 1½ feet. What lives in the ocean near San Fran, is brown, and is approximately 1½ feet wide?
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Gord wrote:
Monster wrote:...a girth of 5 feet....

It should be noted that such measurements are almost always overestimates.

πd = 5
d = 5/π
d = 1.59 feet

So a diameter of about 1½ feet. What lives in the ocean near San Fran, is brown, and is approximately 1½ feet wide?

Sea lions.

I was guessing that he meant that the visible portion of the creature as can be seen at the surface of the water was 5 feet wide.
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Could have been one of these. Dapper shark.

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Monster wrote:
Gord wrote:
Monster wrote:...a girth of 5 feet....

It should be noted that such measurements are almost always overestimates.

πd = 5
d = 5/π
d = 1.59 feet

So a diameter of about 1½ feet. What lives in the ocean near San Fran, is brown, and is approximately 1½ feet wide?

Sea lions.

I was guessing that he meant that the visible portion of the creature as can be seen at the surface of the water was 5 feet wide.

But he said "girth" and "five feet around".

It's also quite possible that he doesn't know how to estimate girth. He might think something three feet across would have a girth of 5 feet, for instance.

And I should correct what I said earlier: "Such" measurements as girth are usually underestimates, not overestimates. It's estimates of width or length that are almost always overestimates. (I can't find the link to that information now, but I was reading about it online recently. :? Within the past two months, I think? Although that estimate may be off by quite a bit either way....)
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Re: Sea Serpents in San Francisco Bay!

Postby Matthew Ellard » Sat Aug 22, 2015 1:59 am

I think it's a good idea that you had a look at possible measurements. The seaserpent brothers ask us to accept the "flock of birds" video footage as their best evidence, however the cylindrical body of the "sea serpent" bends at right-angles in that video. A five foot diameter "tube shaped animal" simply cannot do that. A flock of birds, in line formation can.

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Matthew Ellard wrote:A five foot diameter "tube shaped animal" simply cannot do that.

1½ foot diameter.
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What if it's a flatworm? :mrgreen:
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Maybe a sea serpent stepped on it?
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sfseaserpent wrote:On August 16, 2015, we received an email from Chris Acosta in which he claims in 2009 he and 3 other people had a sighting of one of the animals while they were fishing in SF Bay.

Here's the email.

Hello! I am so happy to have stumbled upon your page and to discover all of the sightings that you and so many have witnessed in the bay. I'm even more excited because now I have a place to share my own sighting with you.
In 2009, my friend, his father and my wife went fishing in the bay during the halibut run. It was relatively calm out and the water was clear. We had four fish on a stringer alongside the boat and our eyes were glued to the surface of the water while we fished, on the lookout for opportunistic sea lions. When we decided to finally move to another location my friends' father went to grab the stringer of fish and I was on the opposite side of the boat, reeling in my line. Suddenly, my friends' dad (I'm sorry I can't remember his name) yells out in surprise and says to come look over the side of the boat. From my side I see something swimming right under us and away from me, descending as it went and I swear it looked like a giant snake. The girth of it was incredible; I'll modestly say, five feet around and it seemed to go on for an impossibly long time. I turned around and my buddy, Ron is also looking at the thing and then we looked at one another in shock. The creature was a dark brown color and I did not see scales or any other features, unfortunately. I was too preoccupied with the size and abnormality of it to process anything else.
After reading some of your reports I have to say that I'm very grateful that the thing had not come up out of the water as seen by some people. I can't imagine how scary that would be or how dangerous. What we saw was easily large enough to take a person. I'm not a marine biologist but I don't need to be to tell me that what I saw was not a whale or group of sea lions or anything known. It was so close and the water so clear that we had nothing to obscure our perception which would contribute to a misidentification.
Thanks so much for taking the time to read this and I look forward to this mystery being solved in the near future!
-Chris

ps. I don't know the exact location of your fishing trip but we launched out of Berkeley marina if that helps.



Wow, an emailed anecdote with no physical evidence - that's convincing.

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We could ask Chris for more info.
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JO 753 wrote:We could ask Chris for more info.


He looks bizzy:
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I missed this conversation.

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Now heading into its 11th year.
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Look what the catfish dragged in! Good to see you back on board, not Donna! :-D


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Zenskeptic wrote:I missed this conversation.

Now's your chance to peruse this scintillating conversation.
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There's allot of catching up to do

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Zenskeptic wrote:There's allot of catching up to do


It won't make any difference :D

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Hi! :wave:

Wow, what coincidence brought you two back on the same day? Did you both see a sea serpent??
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Postby JO 753 » Mon Mar 28, 2016 9:46 am

Gotta wake up & get moving agen. The gir grinder topic iz caching up.
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Postby Poodle » Mon Mar 28, 2016 10:13 am

Nooooooooooo!

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Postby JO 753 » Mon Mar 28, 2016 12:15 pm

Well, the zombie apocalypse fizzled, so a good Krakening mite be just wut the world needz.
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Time to get Kraken!
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Postby Gord » Mon Mar 28, 2016 8:05 pm

:wave: HI DONNAGEDDON!!
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Nice to see you back, Donnageddon.


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