I know, Riggleman is on the right. So what do I mean by 'the left?'
'Bigfoot erotica' searches jump as House race gets weird, Pornhub says:
The adult website Pornhub said Tuesday that searches for "Bigfoot" – as
in the giant biped of North American lore – have shot up 8,000 percent
since a Democratic candidate for U.S. House of Representatives said her
Republican opponent was a "devotee of Bigfoot erotica." [USA Today]
Daniel Riggleman was outed as being into Bigfoot porn (I really dislike
that term, as well as the genre), everyone has been having fun making
Although Leslie Cockburn, Riggleman's opponent,
calls Riggleman's interest not porn but "erotica." Which tells me
Cockburn is straight-laced. The two are not the same and somehow,
Bigfoot erotica is even worse than Bigfoot porn.
Riggleman doesn't believe in Bigfoot -- it's all a joke to him.
no supporter of the right, conservatives, or even moderate Democrats.
I'm a liberal leftie and proud of it. But the one thing that the left
often does -- far more than the right -- is mock anything to do with the
Realm of the Weird. UFOs, Bigfoot, ghosts, you name it. It's all silly
stupid stuff and so, even though I agree that:
A) The term Bigfoot Porn is . . . creepy, and Bigfoot Erotica is also creepy
B) I am no fan of the right. Or conservatives. At all.
C) Riggleman seems to be an ass, and an even bigger ass for his lame Bigfoot porn hobby.
Democratic opponent, Leslie Cockburn, gladly has used the 'bigfoot
porn' issue as a weapon to do away with Riggleman. Well, politics is
like that, use what you can so you can win.
been pondering the relationship between politics and interest in the
paranormal, and why, it seems, the left mocks while those with
conservative views seems to make up the majority of researchers. This
is just my observation. There's something to do this but I don't know
one of my favorite liberal TV people, Stephen Colbert, host of Late
Night on CBS. Colbert is terrific, silly and smart. I respect his being
outspoken about his religion, even though I am not a Christian. But
whenever the subject of the paranormal comes up, Colbert, like most all
of his liberal cohorts, really go to town.