We thought there was no more news today, but suddenly the Drool-o-tron™ alerted us with its blaring sirens and flashing lights. The blinking letters of its wall display said WorldNetDaily (WND). As you know, WND was an early winner of the Curmudgeon’s Buffoon Award, thus the jolly logo displayed above this post.
The device had locked our computer onto this article: Bigfoot? How about a fossilized giant foot?. Above the headline is a note telling us this is a WND Exclusive! We read it, and now we’re going to inflict it on you. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us:
You’ve heard of Bigfoot. You’ve heard of ancient giants the Bible calls “Nephilim.” And you’ve heard of pranksters who sometime manufacture evidence of all kinds of things.
Yes, and now that we’re at WND, we get to hear about all of them at once. They say:
But the Sina news agency in China has published some photos of some really big human-looking footprints in bedrock reportedly taken last month by photographers in the southwestern province of Guizhou in a village called Pingyan. The footprints are reportedly 22.5 inches long and 8 inches wide.
That seems credible to us! Let’s read on:
They’re hardly the only such giant footprints discovered around the world – prompting much speculation that giant humanoids once roamed the planet – interestingly, just as the Bible mentions in Genesis 6:4, Numbers 13:33, Deuteronomy 2:11, 2:20, 3:11, 3:13 and Joshua 12:4, 13:12, 17:15.
Yes — yes! — it’s just as we’re told in the bible. One more excerpt:
On August 24, a group of photographers detected a set of giant human footprints in the rock located in Pingyan village, local media reported. One of the footprints, which may date back to ancient times, is in the shape of a left foot that is 57 centimeters long, 20 centimeters wide and 3 centimeters deep.
There’s a bit more about other evidence of giants alleged to have been found elsewhere, but we’ve given you enough. Probably more than enough. Make of it what you will, dear reader. The WND readers have already posted 386 comments.
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