Texas and Oregon: Many Things In Common

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 9th, 2012

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

7 Responses to “Texas and Oregon: Many Things In Common”

  1. HulkSmashNow responds:

    Ummm…okay. As a Texan, I don’t know whether to laugh or spit. Oh, well, at the least cheese looked tasty. We do love cheese down here…

  2. DWA responds:

    I have gotta say. “Cheese” and “Texas” ….I dunno.

    And I never thought I’d ever hear a Texan say “We do love cheese down here.”

    Clearly some stuff I didn’t learn in school. πŸ˜€

  3. Hapa responds:

    Um…dang. That was…how shall I say this…lame. I’m a native Texan as well; I found this stale. They could have at least said “Southern Fried Bigfoot” instead of “Chupacabras”! We do have bigfoot reports, and more woods than Oregon (Deep East Texas area, not the wide open spaces of the west).

  4. DWA responds:

    Well, yeah. Major miss on TX bigfoot there.

    In fact, ads like this could be considered a major exhibit when discussing why the sasquatch isn’t confirmed yet. Nobody even knows there’s lots of evidence, much less in how many places.

  5. HulkSmashNow responds:

    DWA, well, I suppose I should’ve said, “this Texan loves cheese,” and not have spoken for the entirety of the state, but, oh, well…:)

    And no mention of “The Chambers Creek Monster” or the “The Goat-Man of Emhouse?” For shame!?!

  6. DWA responds:

    HulkSmashNow: no worries. I was just thinking that in my culinary travels I had somehow missed the Texas Brie Factor. πŸ˜€

    I’ve only been there once (not counting airports which one never does), for the TX Bigfoot Conference in ’09. Definitely not a cheese event, but suppose you won’t do those everywhere in OR either. And TX from Tyler to Houston looks, in many places, more like OR than OR does.

    I think that for sasquatch trad, TX rivals anyplace in the PNW. Somebody definitely needs to educate the North Coasters on that. (Although the cheese, well, no complaints there.)

    The only time I’ve seen tracks was in CA, right up there on the OR border, in a place so remote not even the local Nuclear Free Zone (which actually was in OR; the road did weave a bit) knew about it. But there’s loads of evidence down your way.

  7. Mahalo X responds:

    As a native Oregonian I would say this ad is “cheesy”. Though very delicious, Tilllimook cheese lost my $$ when they abandoned their local economy for typical corporate greed; making the news here last month for 50+ layoffs in their packaging factory. I’m glad they have enough $$ for this lame marketing, I have never seen a Tillimook cheese commercial here in Oregon, people just bought it because it was good and local.

    Texas is a beautiful state, with many more square miles of forest than Oregon, but nothing like the wilderness of the steep Cascades. Comparing the forests of these two states is like comparing Venus to Mars, that being said, I have heard of plenty of Hairy Hominid sightings occuring in TX, that is the thing about hominids; we are adaptable to almost any biome.

    Texas and Oregon are most similar in their love of college football. GO DUCKS!! (and Beavers too, I guess)

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