Mistaken Black Man for Bigfoot, White Man Shoots at Other Montana Man

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Mistaken for Bigfoot, Man Shoots at Other Montana Man

IDIOT SEES MAYBE BIGFOOT, SHOOTS REPEATEDLY AT MAYBE BIGFOOT

I’ve never been to Montana.  And that seems to be just fine.  I thought growing up in the inner city was dangerous sometimes.  But when I was mostly alone, I was pretty much mostly alone.  I didn’t have to deal with no idiot snipers.  But for one man near Helen, Montana that was not at all true recently.  He was on public land setting up shooting targets of his own when someone else shot at him.  And I mean shot at him a lot! For being bigfoot!

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MONTANA MAN CONFRONTS IDIOT AFTER MULTIPLE SHOTS FIRED

The unidentified (really hairy?) man was 27 years old and said he was from Helena.  But really, he was just out legally on BLM land in the North Hills when things got weird.  A bullet pinged roughly three feet away to his left.  But another bullet did the same thing just to his right.  Fortunately, his momma didn’t raise no unmoving target and he took off for cover.  But the shots kept coming!  So he confronted whoever was shooting at him (Because he was shooting at him!).

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IN MONTANA, IF YOU DON’T WEAR ORANGE, YOU MIGHT BE BIGFOOT

According to Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton, the man shooting at him said he “not wearing orange and thought he was Bigfoot.”  So what the hell is wrong with people?  Why is it ok to shoot at Bigfoot, anyways?  And what is more likely, folks?  To see bigfoot on public land, not wearing orange? 

Or seeing a human being who’s (in this case absolutely) maybe smarter than you are?  So for whatever reason the bigfoot not wanna be didn’t even report this to police until the next day.  Because he “didn’t think it was necessary.”

Ok, Montana. I’m not gonna visit.

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