Tuesday, December 25, 2007

BFRLC GETS AN XMAS PRESENT!

Official Not-so-secret Bigfoot Researchers Lunch Club Handshake
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Merry Christmas!!! This blog and the illustration above is a present to ourselves. This is our first post! This website will catalog bi-weekly meetings between myself and co-founder Joel Mandel. That's us above in the secret handshake--every club needs a secret handshake, even a Bigfoot Researcher's Lunch Club.

Working at the corporate headquarters of a major apparel manufacturer, we see parallels to our days at the office and the hit NBC TV show, "The Office."

In one episode called "Branch Wars" Pam, Oscar and Toby have formed a very exclusive club that meets once a month called The Finer Things Club.  They discuss high art, eat sushi, wear upscale clothes, etc.  It is very exclusive and they won't allow any new members.

Same idea here, Joel and I will meet bi-weekly discussing Bigfoot at different vegetarian buffets in Portland, Oregon. Although we will probably be more inclusive.

Between meetings we plan on bringing you Bigfoot news, research and ideas to consider. If we are lucky, we may actually hit the woods and get some field research done.

4 comments:

  1. This illustration is almost as good as seeing members do the not so secret handshake in person. Guy Edwards should really be commended by the National Endowment of the Bigfoot Arts and other organizations for his efforts. Cheers to the BFRLC for having such a talented person in their organization.

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  2. guy you rock the third shift. Guy you are truly a pioneer and much too intelligent for regular peeps on this planet. tim

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  3. The BF Handshake Is the single most clever/creative piece of Bigfoot propaganda that i have ever come across in my entire quest for the squash! I agree that it should be recognized by all official Bigfoot organizations throughout the world but especially in the northwest. Its nice to see someone who is as dedicated to the search as i am, keep up the great "foot" work and keep the Bigfootage rollin'!

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  4. Well i would like to say that this is one of the best Bigfoot web pages it really kept me intrigued. Keep up the good research.

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