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Man Destroys 170 Million year old rock formation in National park



But wait.... There's more.

It appears this Fat frick is suing for disability from a car wreck that he was previously involved in.

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Three men who toppled an ancient boulder in Utah's Goblin Valley State Park have been booted from their Boy Scout leadership roles.

Video of Glenn Taylor shoving the huge rock off a slender pedestal where its rested for millions of years went viral online and prompted media scrutiny. Taylor sang the rock song "Wiggle It, Just a Little Bit" as he pushed the delicate sculpture over, which was followed by laughter and high fives with his son.

David Hall, who shot the video and posted it on Facebook, and the two Taylors were leading a Boy Scout group on a visit to the park when the incident happened.


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The attention has led to revelations that Taylor filed a personal-injury lawsuit in September, claiming he had suffered "serious, permanent and debilitating injuries" from a 4-year-old car crash.

"Someone with a bad back who's disabled, who can't enjoy life, to me, doesn't step up and push a rock that big off the base," the defendant in Taylor's lawsuit, Alan MacDonald, told Salt Lake City television station KTVX.


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The men "are currently under criminal investigation," he said ont Friday. "It gives you a pit in your stomach. There seems to be a lot of happiness and joy with the individuals doing this, and it's not right. This is not what you do at a natural scenic area."



Now the fat frick is trying to claim that he was preventing that thing from rolling off and killing someone.



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Btrtigerfan
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re: Man Destroys 170 Million year old rock formation in National park


2013 Updyke award winner.





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JBeam
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re: Man Destroys 170 Million year old rock formation in National park


What a fricking moron. Why the hell would he upload this?





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re: Man Destroys 170 Million year old rock formation in National park


Obviously him and tard he was with thought it would be cool if their tard friends saw it.





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JumpingTheShark
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re: Man Destroys 170 Million year old rock formation in National park


Heard about this on Adam Carolla today what an ass


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Serves him right





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Turkey_Creek_Tiger
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re: Man Destroys 170 Million year old rock formation in National park


its just a rock, who cares





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Martini
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re: Man Destroys 170 Million year old rock formation in National park


Way to raise a child as a responsible parent.





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hes gonna have a lot of fatty lovers in the big house.





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he attention has led to revelations that Taylor filed a personal-injury lawsuit in September, claiming he had suffered "serious, permanent and debilitating injuries" from a 4-year-old car crash.

"Someone with a bad back who's disabled, who can't enjoy life, to me, doesn't step up and push a rock that big off the base," the defendant in Taylor's lawsuit, Alan MacDonald, told Salt Lake City television station KTVX.


Now that I hadn't heard before! A disabled fat frick doesn't go hiking in rocky terrain, period. What a douchebag.






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re: Man Destroys 170 Million year old rock formation in National park


what a jack wagon. I hold he dies of heart disease.





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its just a rock, who cares






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It appears this Fat frick is suing for disability from a car wreck that he was previously involved in.


It always amazes me how dumb people can be so...dumb.






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Boy Scout


"Leave no trace," MFer.






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What are the criminal charges?





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Displaced
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re: Man Destroys 170 Million year old rock formation in National park


Defacing a national park or something.





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NewIberiaHaircut
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"Leave no trace,"


It's amazing to me how many people do not understand this concept.






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What are the criminal charges?


Premeditated murder of a rock.







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shoe
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re: Man Destroys 170 Million year old rock formation in National park


I think he took the term "kick rocks" a little too far





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which was followed by laughter and high fives with his son


Was immediately reminded of the King of the Hill episode where Dale took Joseph to the zoo to kill a panda. This guy is dumber.






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