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how to join the BFRO?
Membership in the BFRO is by invitation only. The path to a potential invitation is by attending a BFRO expedition. [ Existing BFRO members need to meet candidates in person, in the field, in order to make recommendations for invitations. Each year the BFRO hosts expeditions in the U.S. and Canada which are open to non-members. These expeditions usually last four days - Thursday to Sunday.
You can participate if you know how to camp and you can provide for yourself completely in a camping/backpacking context. There are a few restrictions regarding who is permitted to sign up. There is also an organizational fee ($300-$500) depending on the expedition. See the 2012 locations and dates on the 2012 Expeditions schedule page. On the Expeditions schedule page there is a link to the Expedition FAQ page with registration instructions and more details about these trips. ]
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Weegy: Membership in the BFRO is by invitation only. The path to a potential invitation is by attending a BFRO expedition. [ Existing BFRO members need to meet candidates in person, in the field, in order to make recommendations for invitations. Each year the BFRO hosts expeditions in the U.S. and Canada which are open to non-members. These expeditions usually last four days - Thursday to Sunday. You can participate if you know how to camp and you can provide for yourself completely in a camping/backpacking context. There are a few restrictions regarding who is permitted to sign up. There is also an organizational fee ($300-$500) depending on the expedition. See the 2012 locations and dates on the 2012 Expeditions schedule page. On the Expeditions schedule page there is a link to the Expedition FAQ page with registration instructions and more details about these trips. ]
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Weegy: Many people have wondered if the legendary creature is real. There are many pictures of Bigfoot, and tapes too. The most famous tape of Bigfoot was taken by two men named Roger Patterson and Robert Grimlin. [ They were on a mountain when they spotted the creature in the woods. After videotaping the animal as it walked slowly past without seeming to notice them, they immediately told everyone they could find of the film they had. They quickly became famous, but some people were skeptical. They said it could have been a bear, or a man in a monkey suit, but after careful study, scientists later revealed the creature in the film had a muscle bulging from the leg that would be very hard to fake, and walked in a strange limp. Still, some people didn't believe in it, no matter how many pictures were taken of it. In the related links box below I posted a link to the article on evidence on bigfoot. There are some people who believe in Bigfoot but many who do not. There is not enough evidence to provide convincing proof. ]
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User: i think there is one looking at me right now through my window

Weegy: i think your windows are dirty .....a joke, it must be an illusion or a friend
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Weegy: exactly , are you?High?
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