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Synonyms for Sasquatch

large hairy humanoid creature said to live in wilderness areas of the United States and Canada


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But the chance to move around with elders eager to pass on their knowledge, like the unstudied participation of her parents in both ceremonial and subsistence life, has sent Eden Robinson, like the Sasquatches, home to write, and we are all the beneficiaries of her craft.
The millionaire and billionaire carbon sasquatches descended on Copenhagen from their private jets, limos, and yachts to prescribe carbon austerity for the rest of us, who, in comparison, have carbon footprints of Chipmunks and ants.
The carbon sasquatches are aided by legions of carbon hogs, the global "civil servants" of the UN, the IMF, the World Bank, the European Commission, and environmental NGOs, who, thanks to the taxpayers' purse, enjoy a perpetual "moveable feast," flitting from one world-saving summit to the next: Rio, Vienna, Kyoto, Geneva, Bonn, Bali, Davos, etc.
He has some 20 hair samples he says came from Sasquatches and has taken measurements of more than 700 footprints.
More Sasquatches have been sighted than "Chicken Soup for the Soul" books have been published.