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A new definition to the word “tool”…
A new definition to the word “tool”…

Last week, three men were leading a Boy Scout troop through Goblin Valley State Park in Utah.  And filmed themselves knocking over a rock formation that’s stood for 20 MILLION YEARS.  Then they cheered and high-fived each other.

They posted the video on YouTube, and said they did it to PROTECT people, since the formation looked shaky, and could have fallen on a little kid.  It was basically a giant rock perched on a pile of dirt . . . it’s a natural formation that people call ‘goblins.’

But people were OUTRAGED, and the Boy Scouts of America said it was, quote, “reprehensible.”  Now the guy who actually pushed it over could be facing FELONY CHARGES.  But that’s just ONE of his problems.

He’s Glenn Taylor from Highland, Utah.  And a few weeks before he pushed over the rock, he filed a LAWSUIT over a CAR ACCIDENT . . . that supposedly left him DISABLED.

He was in a car accident in 2009, and didn’t go to the hospital afterward.  But late last month, he sued, claiming he’d, quote, “endured great pain, suffering, disability, impairment, [and] loss of life.”  So, yeah, he’s NOT going to win that suit now.

 

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