From The Sheboygon Press:
Bigfoot article was unnecessary
While The Sheboygan Press has the final say in what gets printed, I feel the need to ask what pressing societal issue is met by printing a story on bigfoot on the front page of the July 11 print edition?
Was there a copy-and-paste error between The Sheboygan Press and the Weekly World News? The mere presence of such pseudoscience on the front page does a disservice to those of us expecting professional journalism. This topic belongs in the same camp as pixies, fairies, goblins, spooks, gnomes and other supernatural beings. It is legend and superstition.
I am amazed, though, that bigfoot “expert” Matt Moneymaker knows how big it is, what it eats, its sleep schedule, its brain size, etc., without ever having a corpse or skeleton to study. Somehow this animal has avoided us for decades — it leaves no scat, dies without a trace, is too fast to be photographed in any real detail, and either never crosses roadways or is really good at dodging traffic.Click here for the rest of Mark's scathing rebuttal!