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Parsing the Bigfoot Headline for Hidden Meaning

Bigfoot claim a fake, ex-enthusiast says

That’s what the headline says, and the headline says it all. You just need to read between and around the words.

“Bigfoot.” See, even the headline acknowledges the existence of Bigfoot. The implicit word in the sentence, “is,” is missing from the sentence of the headline. Clearly the author of this hit piece, Peter Dykstra, has an axe to grind. But even Dykstra cannot deny that Bigfoot is there. Bigfoot is.

“Ex-enthusiast.” Something just drained this expert’s enthusiasm. The question is what?

“Says.” Yes, that’s what this ex-enthusiast says. The question is why?

Somebody got to this expert. The question is who?

The truth is out there.

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