Sunday, August 08, 2010

Apostle to the Sasquatches:

A Russian Orthodox bishop is hunting bigfoot:

Kemerovo (Russia), (RIA Novosti) A group of people led by the Russian Orthodox Bishop of Kemerovo and a regional official set out Thursday in search of a bigfoot sighted by hunters in Tashtagol area in Russia, a regional spokesman said.

Earlier this week, the Kemerovo regional administration released a report that local hunters had spotted "some hairy humanoid creatures with a height of 1.5-2 metres near the Azass Cave on Mount Shoriya...

[The spokesman] also noted that yetis for some reason are always spotted singularly, which is "biological nonsense", as a large population must exist in order to create generation after generation.

I'm unclear how "hairy humanoid creature with a height of 1.5-2 metres" differs from an average Russian Orthodox parishioner. Such issues notwithstanding, if any bishops are reading this post, Your Grace is welcome to hire me to investigate bigfoot reports in the Southern Rockies on behalf of the Church. My fees are reasonable.

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