It wasn't long ago that Dyer said people were sent their DVD. I wonder if the DVD contains 45-50 minutes of HD footage of a real dead Bigfoot. I'm quite certain the DVD does NOT contain any such footage otherwise there would be rave reviews online and Rick would be rubbing it in our faces.
He never made any retractions saying the real dead Bigfoot had been cut from the DVD. Who the hell would pay $129 or $199 for a disc that does not have such outstanding content? Rick Dyer hasn't misled people has he? He wouldn't lie to his "friends"...or would he?
Where are those eighty people weighing in and telling us "we told you so"? The only person to say anything so far is Tim Fricke and he said it was "awesome" without going in to any detail about the contents. It could have been THE perfect time to promote this pile of garbage.
Marketing of the DVD is dismal now. Rick has a link on his SquareUp store selling this junk but there is absolutely no description of the content. No teasers or anything.
All we see is Rick's huge head.
Why is Freezer Boy using some site I have never heard of? Dyer is, or was, a long time PayPal user. He said many times that the issues with PayPal were not his fault and he also said he got it all straightened out with them. Is that a fact?
I went to Rick's site and had a look. What I found wasn't surprising.
Please don't tell me Rick lied again! No way. Okay, I made that part up. Of course he lied, he always lies. I'm willing to bet those DVDs aren't individually numbered and have multiple layers of security either.
Maybe one day we'll find out what is on the DVD. Whatever it is, it must not be noteworthy.
Oh, one more thing before I go. I wasn't even going to talk about this because it's so silly but I would hate to see decent folks waste $80 on a crappy drone. Here is Rick's latest video.
The drone he is showing is completely impractical for use in the field for several reasons. It only has a ceiling of 100ft. for starters. The camera is probably poor and there is no gimbal to adjust the camera.
The DJI Phantom is a much better solution if you're looking for a relatively inexpensive drone that will actually work. I say relatively inexpensive because consumer drones can run in to the thousands of dollars.
This drone belongs to a friend of mine. It's equipped with a GoPro HD camera, gimbal mount and FPV. The ceiling on it is around 2,000 ft. and it has a range of approximately one mile. It's a solid piece of technology for the price point. I'm just guessing but I would say the above kit is probably over $1,000 but you get what you pay for. Don't let anyone tell you differently. DJI does make a model with an attached HD camera (720) for around $500 and you can run FPV from your cell phone with an app.
Tim Stover has a nice drone and he's light years ahead of the nincompoop. Tim has already made videos with his drone and he's set way points so the drone can fly on it's own. THAT'S how you do it folks. Search for Tim on YouTube when you get the chance.
A Higher Level Of Research
It's quite obvious that Rick has NO idea what he's talking about. Comparing an $80 Fisher Price toy to the Falcon Project is utterly deranged in my opinion.
Whatever blows your hair (or cowboy hat) back, I suppose.
Rick is always good for a laugh, if nothing else.