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Postby Donnageddon » Tue Mar 29, 2016 12:10 am

Thanks Gord and Poodle. I will next perform my 'NOT disappearing act'.

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I think YOU are the Kraken!

MIA for so long. Sumwun mentionz The Kraken and look who showz up.
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Postby Gord » Tue Mar 29, 2016 1:59 am

I've missed you, Donnageddon. (Not really as meaningful as it might seem; I also miss ice cream headaches and the letter &. I'm just that kinda person....)
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Re: Sea Serpents in San Francisco Bay!

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Poodle wrote:Nooooooooooo!

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Re: Sea Serpents in San Francisco Bay!

Postby Gord » Thu Mar 31, 2016 8:50 am

Poodle wrote:
Poodle wrote:Nooooooooooo!

The Kraken will wake.


Don't say I didn't warn you! Look who's watching us ...

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THAT BASTARD wait what's everyone else looking at?
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Postby scrmbldggs » Thu Mar 31, 2016 2:27 pm

Something in the “UFOs, Cryptozoology, and The Paranormal” subforum? :-P
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Postby sfseaserpent » Thu Jul 14, 2016 5:19 pm

In early May, 2016, 2 large whales were seen swimming in San Francisco bay between Angel Island and Alcatraz Island which is the exact same area of the bay where we had our sighting of a group of sea serpents on January 26, 2004 and took a video of them.

A video of the two whales swimming off Crissy Fields was taken. Crissy fields is where we had our first and closest sighting of a sea serpent on February 5, 1985 as well as most of our other sightings. You can view the video of the two whales here

This proves your claim that San Francisco bay is too shallow for large marine animals the size of the sea serpents we saw to swim in San Francisco bay is wrong.

BTW, another pod of whales were seen swimming in San Francisco bay just yesterday.

So large marine animals do enter and exit San Francisco bay through the Golden Gate
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Postby scrmbldggs » Thu Jul 14, 2016 5:30 pm

sfseaserpent wrote:In early May, 2016, 2 large whales were seen swimming in San Francisco bay between Angel Island and Alcatraz Island which is the exact same area of the bay where we think we had our sighting of a group of sea serpents on January 26, 2004 and took a video of that.

A video of the two whales swimming off Crissy Fields was taken. Crissy fields is where we had our first and closest sighting of what we think was a sea serpent on February 5, 1985 as well as most of our other sightings. You can view the video of the two whales here

This proves your claim is wrong that San Francisco Bay is too shallow for large marine animals the size of the sea serpents we saw to swim in San Francisco bay.

BTW, another pod of whales were seen swimming in San Francisco bay just yesterday.

So large marine animals do enter and exit San Francisco bay through the Golden Gate

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Postby sfseaserpent » Thu Jul 14, 2016 6:53 pm

sfseaserpent wrote:In early May, 2016, 2 large whales were seen swimming in San Francisco bay between Angel Island and Alcatraz Island which is the exact same area of the bay where we know we had our sighting of a group of sea serpents on January 26, 2004 and took a video of that.

A video of the two whales swimming off Crissy Fields was taken. Crissy fields is where we had our first and closest sighting of what we think was a sea serpent on February 5, 1985 as well as most of our other sightings. You can view the video of the two whales here

This proves your claim that San Francisco Bay is too shallow for large marine animals the size of the sea serpents we saw to swim in San Francisco bay is wrong.

BTW, another pod of whales were seen swimming in San Francisco bay just yesterday.

So large marine animals do enter and exit San Francisco bay through the Golden Gate


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Re: Sea Serpents in San Francisco Bay!

Postby Poodle » Thu Jul 14, 2016 8:52 pm

sfseaserpent wrote:
sfseaserpent wrote:In early May, 2016, 2 large ladies were seen swimming in San Francisco bay between Angel Island and Alcatraz Island which is the exact same area of the bay where we know we had our sighting of a group of even larger ladies on January 26, 2004 and took a video of that.

A video of the two ladies swimming off Crissy Fields was taken. Crissy fields is where we had our first and closest sighting of what we think was a large lady on February 5, 1985 as well as most of our other sightings. You can view the video of the two ladieshere

This proves your claim that San Francisco Bay is too shallow for large marine animals the size of the ladies we saw to swim in San Francisco bay is wrong.

BTW, another pod of ladies were seen swimming in San Francisco bay just yesterday.

So large ladies do enter and exit San Francisco bay through the Golden Gate


FIFY
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Postby JO 753 » Thu Jul 14, 2016 9:17 pm

Poodle wrote:
sfseaserpent wrote:
sfseaserpent wrote:In early May, 2016, 2 large ladies were seen swimming in San Francisco bay between Angel Island and Alcatraz Island which is the exact same area of the bay where we know we had our sighting of a group of even larger ladies on January 26, 2004 and took a video of that.

A video of the two ladies swimming off Crissy Fields was taken. Crissy fields is where we had our first and closest sighting of what we think was a large lady on February 5, 1985 as well as most of our other sightings. You can view the video of the two ladieshere

This provides strong evidens that your claim that San Francisco Bay is too shallow for large marine animals the size of the ladies we saw to swim in San Francisco bay iz be wrong.

BTW, another pod of ladies were seen swimming in San Francisco bay just yesterday.

So large ladies do enter and exit San Francisco bay through the Golden Gate


FIFY
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FIFY again :D


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:thumbsup:


But: serpent. Not insect. Be iz wrong. :-P
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sfseaserpent wrote:
sfseaserpent wrote:In early May, 2016, 2 large whales were seen swimming in San Francisco bay between Angel Island and Alcatraz Island which is the exact same area of the bay where we know we had our sighting of a group of sea serpents on January 26, 2004 and took a video of that.

A video of the two whales swimming off Crissy Fields was taken. Crissy fields is where we had our first and closest sighting of what we think was a sea serpent on February 5, 1985 as well as most of our other sightings. You can view the video of the two whales here

This proves your claim that San Francisco Bay is too shallow for large marine animals the size of the sea serpents we saw to swim in San Francisco bay is wrong.

BTW, another pod of whales were seen swimming in San Francisco bay just yesterday.

So large marine animals do enter and exit San Francisco bay through the Golden Gate


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So, y'all have a video of what y'all think shows a sea serpent. Y'all have had it for years.

What is y'all's next step? Submittal to television shows? Submittal to the news? Hiring a submarine and crew to search?
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Postby JO 753 » Thu Jul 14, 2016 11:24 pm

I wunder why there arent real fire breathing dragonz. Frum an evolutionary perspectiv, its alot more likely than electric eelz and a bunch uv other crazy but real stuff.

At the very least, fire farting cowz! They are alredy farting out methane. All they need iz a spark to ignite it wen they are being attacked.
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Postby busterggi » Mon Aug 22, 2016 8:05 pm

sfseaserpent wrote:In early May, 2016, 2 large whales were seen swimming in San Francisco bay between Angel Island and Alcatraz Island which is the exact same area of the bay where we had our sighting of a group of sea serpents on January 26, 2004 and took a video of them.

A video of the two whales swimming off Crissy Fields was taken. Crissy fields is where we had our first and closest sighting of a sea serpent on February 5, 1985 as well as most of our other sightings. You can view the video of the two whales here

This proves your claim that San Francisco bay is too shallow for large marine animals the size of the sea serpents we saw to swim in San Francisco bay is wrong.

BTW, another pod of whales were seen swimming in San Francisco bay just yesterday.

So large marine animals do enter and exit San Francisco bay through the Golden Gate


Too bad you couldn't find any video that proved flocks of seabirds can't float on or fly along the surface of the bay.

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Postby Gord » Tue Aug 23, 2016 4:32 am

sfseaserpent wrote:This proves your claim that San Francisco bay is too shallow for large marine animals ... to swim in ... is wrong.

Yay, it proves whales are real!!

...wait, when was that in question? :befuddled:

Anyhoo: I don't know why anyone claimed San Francisco Bay would be too shallow for large marine animals to swim in it. It's clearly not true, whale video or not. If you can sail a ship into San Francisco Bay, you can float a large marine animal in it too. What I would understand, on the other hand, is if someone had said San Francisco Bay is too shallow for a sustainable population of large marine animals to dwell there unseen except by two cranks with terrible photography skilz.
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"San Francisco Bay is too shallow for a sustainable population of large marine animals to dwell there unseen except by two cranks with terrible photography skilz."

That ought to clarify the depth of the subject.
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Re: Sea Serpents in San Francisco Bay!

Postby Matthew Ellard » Wed Aug 24, 2016 12:54 am

Here an odd bit of information. San Francisco Harbour had a submarine net and mines during WWII.

Why didn't the enormous sea serpents set off mines and get tangled in the net?

Submarine net.jpg


Here is a fun declassified paper on the USA testing and installing the submarine net, with some interesting photos.
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This is one of the strangest looking floats I've ever seen. :shock:

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Hehe, float fishing:

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Postby busterggi » Wed Aug 24, 2016 7:55 pm

Matthew Ellard wrote:Here an odd bit of information. San Francisco Harbour had a submarine net and mines during WWII.

Why didn't the enormous sea serpents set off mines and get tangled in the net?

Submarine net.jpg

Here is a fun declassified paper on the USA testing and installing the submarine net, with some interesting photos.
http://www.maritime.org/doc/netsandbooms/index.htm


They did, they did - all the time but you know how wartime censorship goes.

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This tread has been going for over
10 years ~ haven't you caught that
thing yet? Lol
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This thread is about the demands of two cranks that their imaginations and blurry photographs should be held as proof of the existence of something.

It. Will. Never. Be. Over.
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Angel wrote:This tread has been going for over
10 years ~ haven't you caught that
thing yet? Lol

I caught it and ate it years ago, but no pics. Sorry, I don't photograph my food.
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OlegTheBatty wrote:
Angel wrote:This tread has been going for over
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thing yet? Lol

I caught it and ate it years ago, but no pics. Sorry, I don't photograph my food.


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Angel wrote:
OlegTheBatty wrote:
Angel wrote:This tread has been going for over
10 years ~ haven't you caught that
thing yet? Lol

I caught it and ate it years ago, but no pics. Sorry, I don't photograph my food.


Only your pets and their toys ? ;)

Even then, only the kinkiest.
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Gord wrote:This thread is about the demands of two cranks that their imaginations and blurry photographs should be held as proof of the existence of something.

It. Will. Never. Be. Over.


You are correct. This thread will never be over.

It will never be over because we have told the truth about all of our sightings and we are gathering more and more evidence in support of our claim.

We now have 3 videos (two 3 1/2 minute videos and one 7 minute video) that show at least one of these unknown animals swimming in SF bay.
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Postby Poodle » Thu Aug 25, 2016 7:31 pm

What? Videos?

NEW videos? Or same old same old with edited sequences of famous people being asked about sea monsters?

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Angel wrote:This tread has been going for over
10 years ~ haven't you caught that
thing yet? Lol


Hey, they aren't the only ones chasing the dream.

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It's still going?
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And keeps drawing out the unexpected! Hi, izittrue. :wave:
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Today's wabbit just isn't the same.

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sfseaserpent wrote:
Gord wrote:This thread is about the demands of two cranks that their imaginations and blurry photographs should be held as proof of the existence of something.

It. Will. Never. Be. Over.


You are correct. This thread will never be over.

It will never be over because we have told the truth about all of our sightings and we are gathering more and more evidence in support of our claim.

We now have 3 videos (two 3 1/2 minute videos and one 7 minute video) that show at least one of these unknown animals swimming in SF bay.

What's the next step for y'all?
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OlegTheBatty wrote:
Angel wrote:
OlegTheBatty wrote:
Angel wrote:This tread has been going for over
10 years ~ haven't you caught that
thing yet? Lol

I caught it and ate it years ago, but no pics. Sorry, I don't photograph my food.


Only your pets and their toys ? ;)

Even then, only the kinkiest.


I'm not into pets.
They get in the way.

Jesus went alone ~ with nothing.... :)
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Angel wrote:
OlegTheBatty wrote:
Angel wrote:
OlegTheBatty wrote:
Angel wrote:This tread has been going for over
10 years ~ haven't you caught that
thing yet? Lol

I caught it and ate it years ago, but no pics. Sorry, I don't photograph my food.


Only your pets and their toys ? ;)

Even then, only the kinkiest.


I'm not into pets.
They get in the way.

Jesus went alone ~ with nothing.... :)

Maybe so, but he went crossly.
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Postby Angel » Fri Aug 26, 2016 11:40 pm

OlegTheBatty wrote:
Angel wrote:
OlegTheBatty wrote:
Angel wrote:
OlegTheBatty wrote:
Angel wrote:This tread has been going for over
10 years ~ haven't you caught that
thing yet? Lol

I caught it and ate it years ago, but no pics. Sorry, I don't photograph my food.


Only your pets and their toys ? ;)

Even then, only the kinkiest.


I'm not into pets.
They get in the way.

Jesus went alone ~ with nothing.... :)

Maybe so, but he went crossly.


No he didn't ~ they crossed him. Hehe

Ps~ what good ~ what use
is the body without the head?

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Postby Gord » Sat Aug 27, 2016 5:27 am

sfseaserpent wrote:
Gord wrote:This thread is about the demands of two cranks that their imaginations and blurry photographs should be held as proof of the existence of something.

It. Will. Never. Be. Over.

You are correct.

Yeah. I know. That's why I said it.
"Knowledge grows through infinite timelessness" -- the random fictional Deepak Chopra quote site
"You are also taking my words out of context." -- Justin
"Nullius in verba" -- The Royal Society ["take nobody's word for it"]
#ANDAMOVIE


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