Comments: Exploring......

Oh yes, you'll definitely see things you've never seen before in California! Come on out, and I'll take you to Venice beach. There's definitely some unusual wildlife there. "What the FUCK was THAT?" would be putting it mildly!

Posted by DogsDontPurr on February 4, 2009 08:43 PM

Vague shadows and possible movement, guy shouting, "oh, look, did you see it, right there, right there" -- uh, no, sure didn't see any monsters! (Or anything else, thank you very much.)

Much more into Mythbusters. Those guys have some fun!

Posted by Kath on February 4, 2009 11:05 PM

California, the final frontier. Home of Pelosi, Boxer, and Feinstein...Larry, Moe, and Curly too!!!

Posted by JihadGene on February 5, 2009 12:36 AM

I'm pretty sure the bespectacled dude said that 97% of the oceans were unexplored... but that's a mere typo... the point is made...

There are more things between heaven and earth than are dreamt of in our philosophy, but I'm pretty sure chupafriggincabras are not amongst them... nor are zombies... but we humans must have our myths. Leviathan lives! And I have eaten of his flesh.

Posted by Elisson on February 5, 2009 09:47 AM

... nice catch, Elisson..... like I said, I was excited last night and didn't pay attention......

Posted by Eric on February 5, 2009 12:23 PM

I like the ghost hunter shows too. Hilarity!

Just Damn!

Posted by Dax Montana on February 5, 2009 12:30 PM

To Dax:

Those ghost shows are the same -- bunch of people going -- "oh, did see that?" No. No, I didn't.

And why is it always at night? Or in the dark with spooky flashlights? Don't you think real ghosts can hang out in the daytime, too?

Posted by Kath on February 5, 2009 02:02 PM

Oh I wish I had enough patience to sit through those things - if only to end up with a blog post. But really about 10 minutes into the show, I want to throw things at the tv. Since that's a rather expensive way to show my displeasure and does nothing at all to remove said shows from television - I just don't watch them.

Posted by Teresa on February 5, 2009 02:20 PM

I got it on good authority. Female Bush Pilots ain't easy.
I've heard stories about big animals wandering the woods. Mostly cats, big black cats. I've talked to people who swear they've seen them. Okay, but animals leave spoor and in all my years in the woods, I ain't never seen a pug mark bigger than a bobcat's.
Though, there was a time on a muddy creek bank when I thought I'd struck dinosaur sign or the biggest damn wild turkey in the world. A few minutes later I busted out of the woods on a road in front of some guy's house. There was an Emu standing in his front yard. Well..there went my fifteen minutes of fame.
Henry Morton Stanley? Hell, he survived Shiloh. I figure everything he did after that was on borrowed time.

Posted by Tbird on February 5, 2009 09:18 PM

I've seen some odd stuff turn up in my camera, but it's usually after a visit to WalMars.
I've rarely made it through an entire episode of MonsterQuest. Now, Mythbusters... those guys have way too much fun. And I'll take Mike Rowe doing a Dirty Job any time I can.

Posted by LeeAnn on February 6, 2009 07:16 PM

Have you watched any of the BBC's Blue PLanet series? Sir David Attenborough (my hero) has the coolest job on the planet! Every time they filmed, it seemed they identified a new species. And the part where they found the LAKE at the bottom of the Pacific- complete with waves and tidal action- Holy Sheep Shit, Batman!

Posted by Holder on February 6, 2009 08:17 PM