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LSUDVM1999
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Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
Nazca lines damaged

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A semitrailer driver ignored warning signs and drove over Peru's famous Nazca Lines on Saturday, causing significant damage to the UNESCO World Heritage site.




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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
Must not have attended the Diesel Driving Academy.


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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
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This isn't the first time people have damaged the site. In 2014, Greenpeace activists left footprints as they planted a message there in advance of U.N. climate talks in Lima.


City liberals should stay in the city.


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TDFreak
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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
All to avoid paying a toll. Cheap bastard.


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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
That's a baw


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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
"That's not what 'breaker, breaker' means, damn it!"
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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
sostén mi cerveza baws


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jlovel7
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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
Those are some of the most interesting and impressive things of the ancient world. What a dick. He was trying to avoid a toll.


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BestBanker
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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru


You can still see them. Keep on truckin'.

You know from that picture, those lines have been held up as some magnificent art or alien crap. Funny if all they are are irrigation channels.


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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
Too bad he didnt drag his truck nuts across them


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keakar
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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
if they can go away that easily by just driving over them, then they arent that old or even important because you would think ancient historical stuff is more resilient then that or it wouldnt exist


jlovel7
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You know from that picture, those lines have been held up as some magnificent art or alien crap. Funny if all they are are irrigation channels.




If you look at all of them they're incredibly too detailed and shaped to not be intentionally done that way.


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lsutiger2010
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if they can go away that easily by just driving over them, then they arent that old or even important because you would think ancient historical stuff is more resilient then that or it wouldnt exist




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jbgleason
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if they can go away that easily by just driving over them, then they arent that old or even important because you would think ancient historical stuff is more resilient then that or it wouldnt exist



I agree. Obviously trucks have been driving over them for thousands of years.


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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
“When you can drive a truck, you’ve got a job my friend!”


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keakar
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Obviously trucks have been driving over them for thousands of years.


no jackass, if a druck driving over it makes it go away then 50-100 years exposed to wind and rain would have made it disappear a long time ago so it would no longer exist today.

these arent frickin dinosaur bones that can be broken, they have been exposed and open to the elements for hundreds of years already

also, if they are so delicate and precious, why is there a modern paved road a mere 20 ft from them?

and if there was no reason on earth the road couldnt be built 50ft farther over, why wasnt there a fence there to keep people from turning off the road right over the top of it?


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ksayetiger
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re: Truck driver drives over 2000 year old archeological sites in Peru
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Must not have attended the Diesel Driving Academy.



Must not have spanish available in peru.


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