After discovering the latest omen of the world’s coming demise, the Clog encourages Berkeley students to put down their books and enjoy their short-lived time on Earth.

Bigfoot enjoys such activities as sunbathing, jai alai and checking the time

You know it’s truly the eve of Armageddon when even Bigfoot packs up and ships out to the next planet over. The Internet is abuzz with a recent picture released by NASA–a picture that seems to show an alien lady or Bigfoot waiting on a rock. Or it could be just a weird rock with a scraggly jutting formation, but that’s clearly not the case.

It can’t possibly be a trick of the eye, some Sasquatch enthusiasts wail. The Daily Mail quotes one adamant defender:

“If you show me another rock in another photo from Mars, or Earth, that naturally looks like that, I will reconsider.”

The real-size picture shows hardly a sign of our hairy friend, but when has Bigfoot ever been easy to find?

OK, so most level-headed people will agree that it’s a trick of the eye, hopefuls finding meaning in some brown dots, and yes, that’s completely true. But c’mon, it totally looks like Bigfoot is checking his watch!

Image Source: Daily Mail
NASA Mars Man Photo Fuels ET Debate [Offbeat]
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Dec 21, 2008 at 3:23 pm

Ooops.

Did the redpen censor guy at NASA let this one through purposefully?

I can just see the sceptics over doing summersaults for a plausible explanation, a chinese lantern? Swampgas?

What will they come up with?



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