Sunday, July 30, 2017

Finding Bigfoot's Matt Moneymaker is on Off the Rictor!

It's not personal, it's Bigfoot. That's Rictor's motto when roasting Bigfoot researchers, attention whores and hoaxers. The long awaited roasting of Matt Moneymaker has arrived and it's an entire episode dedicated to the voice of our Bigfoot generation!

Warning: Adult language and content.


  1. Oh Rictor, you made me laugh so hard. SNL needs you. While I don't know MM, I have great respect for his BFRO team, and for having a database that gave me important information when I needed it. You know how TV is. But if it weren't for my sister-in-law making fun of that show in 2012, I never would have had a reference of awareness that it could be possible.

    That crew was professional and I learned a lot.

    I understand your point about needed more solid info, but we don't have it.

    Like you said once before, the bf tv world shouldn't eat it's own, or something like that.

    I appreciate your voice. We need you to make us laugh and take a second look at what's real.

    You do the best you can and go on, looking for answers. It ain't perfect but I would love to sit down with Matt Moneymaker and buy him a stake dinner, along with the whole crew. They opened up avenues of thought for my own situation.

    And, as you know, some of the best stuff happens when the camera isn't on. Ask them about the Mohican shoot Sept 2014.

    You are super talented, and you honestly want solid answers, like we all do.

    You made me laugh tonight. In this business of looking for answers, you have to be willing to laugh at yourself. If you don't, you'll miss the point of it all.


    PS. Remind me to send you tapes of Gary Dee, old talk radio in Cleveland, original shock jock as they called it back then. He'd skewer anybody if it made good radio. Anyone who was around him got sacrificed to the cause.

  2. I apologize for not proofing errors before I hit send. You can appreciate it coming off best when you don't edit. And sometimes you wish you can change things after it's already out there, ...sometimes it ain't perfect. Nothing is. Except maybe having a camera rolling when a sasquatch walks by.

    Thank you Rictor!
    And Thank You Matt Moneymaker!