this is something erik beckjord always spoke about writing...i think he called it "sex and the single sasquatch."i haven't read the article (not a big fan of the particular publication,) and wonder if this is intended as a humor piece. BTW, i can't believe coleman didn't use the vintage picture of the big butt native woman...that always seems to be one of his favorites
Well if this brings in the paparazzi so we finally get a photo then the privacy rights of the nonexistent will no longer be a discussion topic. Still all the hypotheticals pop up like mushrooms on the proverbial, for example, "would you shoot"... (insert nonexistent hypothetical). haha. But then the epononymous "Big Foot" necessitates certain proclivities to be considered.Congratulations on the new article Nick -- this is awesome.
Hey T'Mara:Yeah, the article is light-hearted. Not in the sense that it's poking fun. But in the sense that the required style is to entertain the reader. It covers a lot of bases - alien sex, Bigfoot sex etc etc. And then discusses whether these are real events or something from the subconscious of the person. So, it covers serious issues, but there are light-hearted comments in there too. As a freelancer, you're often required to write in different styles for different publications, depending on their target audience, hence the style of this one.
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