posted on Oct, 19 2013 @ 11:06 AM
HooDoos are beautiful rock formations.
They have taken hundreds of millions of years to form.
Now Glen Taylor, a boy scout troop leader, has taken it upon himself to make the world a safer place by knocking at least one over. For some reason
none of the youtube videos will embed so here's a link if you want to see the geniuses at work.
The video, which was posted to YouTube by the Salt Lake Tribune, shows them cheering and high-fiving, crowing that they had saved lives. Taylor
struck a pro-wrestling strongman pose and Hall sang the 1990 dance-party hit, "Wiggle It — Just a Little Bit."
“We have now modified Goblin Valley,” Hall declared on the
So what kind of person would do this?
Glen was in a minor car crash not long ago. When I say minor, I mean no one went to the hospital.
Taylor filed the lawsuit at the beginning of
September saying that after that accident he injured his back and had to "endure great pain and suffering, disability, impairment, loss of joy of
life." Taylor also says in the lawsuit that the accident was "debilitating."
I guess destroying natural treasures has restored his "joy of life"
So now they may be facing felony charges, and rightfully so, but most likely they will be fined and given probation. Over time many of America's
natural treasures have been posted "off limits" just because of jerks like this.
Shame on you Glen Taylor, you should be banned from National Parks for life.
edit on 19-10-2013 by tanda7 because: less libel title