Just last week Freezer Boy was on a fund raising drive for Dallas and Wayne to raise money in order to help the pair of Bigfooters, but now Rick is prepared to fly out a hand full of people to Vegas. Something isn't jiving here.
Have a listen to the archive. Don't worry, it'll only hurt a little bit.
Many of us knew something had to give, there is no way this will happen.
It became as clear as day when I saw a post someone had put up on Rick's blog. The post was coherent, so it wasn't Rick. It is by far, the funniest thing I have ever read on Dyer's blog and I laughed all the way to the end.....much like I did with the booklet.
Here's a snip from the post:
"Why are the ones who were on Sunday’s show the only ones going to see Hank? What about the others?
In order to protect the safety and privacy of my Team Members, I will not confirm who is or is not attending during this first viewing opportunity. I will say that we are working to adjust the roster (and manage ticketing issues) if necessary due to resulting schedule complications that arose when certain individuals returned to work on Monday after presuming they could be available on such short notice."
"Will the reporters be able to print and publish stories right after they view the body?
It has been the practice since the original interment of the body for any invited news organizations and their representing journalists and crew members to agree to withhold all reporting on the matter until a news embargo has been lifted. All experiences will remain completely off-the-record until journalists are released to share them."
The rest of the article follows the same lines. Anyone who goes to Las Vegas can not tell other members they went, and those who saw the body can't tell anyone what they saw.
All of this is under the guise of protecting the team members. In actuality it's a way for Rick to have a new story to tell without having to prove anything to anyone. He'll simply cite NDA's.
The news reporters can view the body, but they can't report on it because of a "news embargo". Really? A news embargo for a news story, that's hilarious all by itself.
What it boils to is nothing can be verified to be true or false. This is the way Ricky has played the game from the start. He tells tall tales and if you dare question him, well that's it, you're not a team player. You're branded a "hater" because you had the nerve to ask the almighty one some intelligent questions.
After Friday Rick will have new material to get peoples' hopes up. He can continue to keep his fantasy world afloat and receive accolades from his adoring fans.
His story and his promises are hollow, naked, and lack any substance whatsoever.
Is it possible Rick shot a Bigfoot? He called his rifle barrel a "thing".
There is no dead Bigfoot.