He Couldn't Budge It without Really Trying, and Now He Claims It Was About to Collapse?: Goblin Valley Vandelism: The View from the Roasterie XV: October 21, 2013: Coffee: Bavarian Chocolate Flavored
Noted without comment, save:
- It does not appear that alcoholism was involved, and
- What is wrong with these people?!
Ryan Grenoble: Boy Scout Leaders Topple Ancient Rock Formation In Utah's Goblin Valley State Park (VIDEO): The stone formation they destroyed was nearly 200 million years old, but the Boy Scout leaders who toppled it claim it posed an imminent threat. The 3 men responsible, who filmed their activity in Utah's Goblin Valley State Park and uploaded the footage to Facebook, may face felony charges. A copy of the video was posted on YouTube by the Salt Lake Tribune and shows a scene of giddy revelry. One of the men, "Glenn," is seen attempting to push over one of the park's signature stone formations, known as "goblins." When Glenn can't budge the rock, the man filming tells him to "wiggle it."
He shifts position and pushes again; seconds later the delicate buttress that held the boulder aloft gives way, and the massive stone topples over. "We have now modified Goblin Valley," one of the men says in the video, soliciting a cheer from the man behind him. "A new Goblin Valley exists, with, uh, this boulder down here [at] the bottom," he elaborates, pointing the camera at the large rock now resting below its former perch. "Some little kid was about ready to walk down here and die," the cameraman continues. "Glenn saved his life by getting the boulder out of the way. So, it's all about saving lives here at Goblin Valley."
Reached for comment by the Salt Lake Tribune, Glenn Taylor, the man who pushed the rock over, maintained they thought they'd done a civic service…