In commenting about the writer of a piece on the Ohio Bigfoot conference, blogsquatcher guy writes:
If my opinion of his dirty deed were somehow brought to his attention, he would no doubt say, "that's not what I think, that's what skeptics think." Right. But this article is presented from a skeptics point of view. The way things are worded tells you that. You only have to look at how he uses the word "believers" to describe bigfoot researchers. The word "believer" is wrapped up in religious overtones, and suggests, in our modern world, an uncritical, naive mindset.
Semantics, the way we frame things, the words we use has everything to do with where we're at, and where we wish others were at. Anyway, I'm beginning to feel a rant coming on, so I'll leave you now, but encourage you to take a look at Blogsquatcher's piece.