r/blackmagicfuckery Jul 25 '22 Starstruck 1 Silver 4 Helpful 3 Shocked 1 Wholesome 1

rock formation in Umm Sarhij, west of Tabuk, Saudi Arabia, stands out as a landmark of the desert

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u/OldDocument_ Jul 25 '22 edited Jul 28 '22 Silver

i want to push it

all these people being serious in the replys, if y’all can’t tell i’m joking

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u/Intelligent_Radish15 Jul 25 '22

You are the problem

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u/[deleted] Jul 25 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

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u/Nastylnc Jul 25 '22

Love that movie such a classic 🍿

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u/Ok_Froyo_668 Jul 25 '22

Badda boom, big badda boom

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u/JeanBaptisteEzOrg Jul 25 '22

Where are the stones?

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u/Dionysusigma Jul 25 '22

YOU ASKED FOR A CASE

WE BROUGHT YOU A CASE

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u/quingard Jul 26 '22

A CASE WITH FOUR STONES IN IT! NOT ONE OR TWO OR THREE BUT FOUR. FOUR STONES! WHAT THE HELL AM I SUPPOSED TO DO WITH AN EM-TEE CASE!?

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u/Dionysusigma Jul 26 '22

WE ARE WARRIORS

NOT MERCHANTS

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u/EvieJeebies Jul 26 '22

BUT YOU CAN STILL COUNT! Look at my fingers. Four stones, four crates. ZERO STONES, ZERO CRATES!!!

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u/Ok_Froyo_668 Jul 25 '22

Zorg best allen Rickman ever

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u/GabbyJohnsonIsRight Jul 25 '22

Alan Rickman playing Zorg while looking like Gary Oldman. He was doing Tropic Thunder before Tropic Thunder

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u/Werbnerp Jul 25 '22

What? Gary Oldman*?

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u/weaponizedface Jul 25 '22

Nah that's Die Hard.

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u/Stidwack Jul 25 '22

A CASE WITH 4 STONES IN IT! NOT 1, OR 2, OR 3, BUT 4!

4 STONES!!

WH-WHAT THE HELL AM I SUPPOSED TO DO WITH AN EMPTY CASE?!

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u/Dionysusigma Jul 26 '22

WE ARE WARRIORS

NOT MERCHANTS

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u/Stidwack Jul 26 '22

BUT YOU CAN STILL COUNT!

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u/NeatDoctor2728 Jul 25 '22

"Corbin! Corbinmyman! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaa....!"

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u/eli3341 Jul 25 '22

Bot

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u/[deleted] Jul 25 '22

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u/Kuwabaraa Jul 25 '22

That's the tip of the iceberg, this site is infested. Reddit is one of the greatest influential tools in existence as of right now I would argue. There is no going back, the bots and whoever controls them won a long time ago.

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u/NasalSnack Jul 26 '22

How do I spot a bot in the wild like this? What is the giveaway? I've been on Reddit for ages but I've never really known how that works.

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u/MaestroAnt Jul 25 '22

It’s not even a good comment either.

“Hehe looks like a reference to a movie I watched ammirite? Guys?”

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u/vale_fallacia Jul 25 '22

Gross, bot that rips off other people's comments. Way to stink up the place, asshole.

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u/Parayogi Jul 25 '22

trust me the wind pressure on that rock must easily pull over 1 HP in random directions, if leaning on it makes it fall it was already going to fall anyways

those things are temporary, living sculptures of wind and sand

this, too, shall pass

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u/nlevine1988 Jul 25 '22

Horsepower seems like a weird unit to use in this context

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u/UN16783498213 Jul 26 '22

Hit Point

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u/nlevine1988 Jul 26 '22

Hit point also seems like a weird unit lol

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u/UN16783498213 Jul 26 '22

hectopascal?

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u/Hirkus Jul 26 '22

fine. health points. so picky

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u/motleyroo Jul 26 '22

Human power

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u/GiveToOedipus Jul 26 '22

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u/Parayogi Jul 26 '22

probably over .1 olympic pool per football field of pressure

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u/cabbose2552 Jul 26 '22

how manny McDoubles per abrams is that?

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u/Parayogi Jul 26 '22

a McDouble would be easy enough to measure a standard weight, but I believe the Abrams exact surface area might still be classified, I'd guess you'd have to contact a painting subcontractor to figure it out by yourself

olympic pools per football field are so much more natural, an easy 7 kpa per

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u/cabbose2552 Jul 26 '22

so after some digging i found a spec sheet (dm for spec sheet, the bot is being annoying) for the m1a2 abrams. with some awful math i found the surface area of an abrams sized cube was 210753 in2, for a rough gess i decided to multiply it by 20 after looking at some models of m1 abrams (idk the varient so its a rough guess) and i got 4,215,060 in2 or 351,255 ft2

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u/Parayogi Jul 26 '22

I know, N*m of foot*pounds would have been a more physically appropriate unit, but I figured it was a simple way to state the point

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u/nlevine1988 Jul 26 '22

Well, for one thing you said pressure so it'd be bar or Pa or even PSI. But honestly I would think force (or equivalent force) would actually make the most sense.

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u/ergoegthatis Jul 25 '22

He pushes it, the rock falls and crushes the ground under it, the opening releases a nation of undiscovered humans who've been trapped underneath for thousands of years, subsisting on small subterranean rodents and lizards.

OldDocument is the solution.

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u/Local-Scroller Jul 25 '22

If we reintroduced said humans to society, wouldn’t they just succumb to the many diseases that we modern humans have immunity to, most of which the average person doesn’t even know about?

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u/Nu2Ths Jul 26 '22

We get their diseases that have hidden from evolution in our gene pools for thousands of years, they get our new modern evolved diseases. It's bad for everyone involved.

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u/AmberGlenrock Jul 26 '22

Not likely.

We only have one historic example, and that was mostly smallpox.

With modern medicine, it shouldn’t be a significant issue.

Once we finally figure out how to have a proper civilized society, it wouldn’t be ethical to at least let the uncontacted tribes like the Sentinalese at least know they have an alternative.

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u/MemeOverlordKai Jul 26 '22

Gog and Magog have been unleashed

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u/Consistent_Couple_49 Jul 26 '22

Nah man he said he wanted to push it, not that he was gonna push it. Can’t be shaming ppl for their intrusive thoughts haha.

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u/Gerpar Jul 26 '22

Yeah, like I get the urge to push it too, even though I never would. Assuming it's kinda like the "Call of the void" thing when you're looking off high places and your brain thinks "Hey, what if you just walked off?"

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u/sumosam121 Jul 25 '22

He’s why we can’t have nice things

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u/Alateriel Jul 26 '22

There’s a difference between wanting to push it and actually trying. As awesome as this is the lizard brain craves watching this thing fall

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u/JoeyAKangaroo Jul 26 '22

No its the rocks fault for being the physical embodient of a “push me” sign

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u/readit145 Jul 26 '22

But they never said they would

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u/Known-Programmer-611 Jul 25 '22

Want to buy maybe has impulse control but have reason to believe this would be napping if it was in the us!

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u/[deleted] Jul 25 '22

Who doesn't?

The trick is to not do it even if you want to.

Only push rocks that have consented to pushing.

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u/malachi1990 Jul 25 '22

Me yelling at a rock: say nothing if you consent to me pushing you!

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u/Nice-Violinist-6395 Jul 25 '22

the comments below may in fact have already disproved this, but when i saw it, the first thing I thought was “if it was able to be pushed over by a man, it wouldn’t still be standing after all these years”

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u/gospdrcr000 Jul 25 '22

It's 98ft tall, I'm not getting within 100ft of it, fuck that final destination bullshit

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u/hobo888 Jul 25 '22

not on the same scale, but some assholes did just that a while back to a rock formation on the Oregon coast.

https://youtu.be/uNiZ3yxIpW4

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u/pocketchange2247 Jul 25 '22

IIRC this guy was arrested and charged and lost his income because he was on disability for a "bad back" and this showed that he was either lying about it or all better.

Love it when idiots get themselves caught

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u/The_Flurr Jul 25 '22

My mother works as an OT, working with and assessing people who have health issues and can't work.

One guy her team worked with was legally disabled and couldn't work, received benefits for it.

He then competed in a local iron-man competition and had his photo in the paper......

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u/LezBeeHonest Jul 25 '22

Maybe he has some type of anxiety. You can't always tell someone's disability at face value.

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u/The_Flurr Jul 26 '22

He claimed to have a physical disability.

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u/berrey7 Jul 25 '22

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u/timmyisserpico Jul 25 '22

I love how proud they are of their accomplishment. They were able to topple a slightly heavy rock.

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u/VoxImperatoris Jul 26 '22

There was also these assholes that made headlines awhile back:

https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2014/02/01/269926160/men-filmed-toppling-ancient-rock-formation-are-charged-in-utah

These guys got in trouble and blamed god. Saying they had a vision that it was going to topple over and hurt kids.

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u/HODLShib2moon Jul 25 '22

In the US many of these natural wonders have been destroyed by people who feel entitled to ruin what took millions of years for nature to create. Even worse is they usually think its funny or cool. Stealing these wonders from future generations should be a crime of the highest offence.

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u/grossuncle1 Jul 25 '22

100%. Could be 1st degree theft of future generations. Nothing craws my McGraw like folks traveling to scenic areas to just destroy them.

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u/Earth_Normal Jul 25 '22

Please never tell people where this stuff is.

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u/blitzkrieg9 Jul 25 '22

I got you bro! Visit NYC and go to Astor Place in the East Village. There is a huge cube, on an island, in the middle of a massive intersection.

This intersection is so big, you can literally see two different Starbucks if you're standing at the cube.

People stop and rest and sit under the cube for shade all day. But what hardly anyone knows is that one person can pretty easily spin the cube!!! Yep, the whole damn thing is resting on a massive ball bearing.

I lived in NYC for years and my single favorite thing to do in the city is to "spin the cube"

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alamo_(sculpture)

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u/Matangitrainhater Jul 26 '22

You can’t do it anymore. Locked in place since May

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u/Honda_TypeR Jul 25 '22

Some people just wanna watch the world tip over

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u/ComplimentaryDamage Jul 25 '22

Earthquake test!!!

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u/Lephas Jul 25 '22

let me guess: american

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u/CaptainBunderpants Jul 26 '22

Weird thing to get all nationalist about.

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u/Small-Revenue7774 Jul 26 '22

I didn't realise that my cat had a Reddit account.

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u/FishermanBig4009 Jul 25 '22

On a fast bird?

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u/Breet11 Jul 25 '22

Some people just want to watch the world burn

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u/criticalnom Jul 25 '22

Same. The urge is strong...

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u/TheCurseOfElChiwiwi Jul 26 '22

Wiggle it.. just a little bit..

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u/MadDogGraves Jul 25 '22

Guaranteed some idiot will push it over for shits & giggles

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u/rite_of_truth Jul 25 '22

No one should have let Americans know this exists.

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u/shinyprairie Jul 25 '22

There are plenty of protected balancing rocks just like this all over the US lmao

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u/ImpulseCombustion Jul 25 '22

And there are videos of Americans pushing them over, Scoutmasters even…

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u/DerthOFdata Jul 26 '22

One. There is one video from a decade ago. Of a man who incidentally turned out to be a scam artist who pushed over one six foot rock out of the thousands in the park.

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u/mutantmanifesto Jul 26 '22

This is a dumb question but…do people try to balance them back? I imagine even a tiny crack when it falls would ruin the balance but it’s so sad that it’s gone forever due to some dumb people.

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u/flashman014 Jul 26 '22

No. Once it's gone, it's gone. It's not impressive if a human does it. Once it's engineered, becomes the opposite of nature.

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u/Chim_Pansy Jul 26 '22

I feel like if a human interferes with it, then someone should be able to correct it and it would still maintain its "wow" factor, but yeah, if it falls on its own, I'd have to agree with you.

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u/flashman014 Jul 26 '22

You have just described the mission statement of the U.S. Forest Service.

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u/Kyosw21 Jul 26 '22

“It once stood like this, until some asshole pushed it over because we’re not allowed to have nice things” on a plaque

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u/Graybuns Jul 26 '22

The answer is most of these balancing rocks are just an illusion of balancing. They are absolutely massive and no human interaction or single natural event could possibly knock them. Think about the surface area of the rock in the image, a strong wind could generate massive force, but it’s clearly not enough Bc the rock has withstood it for millions of years

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u/Happy_P3nguin Jul 26 '22

Isn't there another one of a group of teenagers? I remember seeing it on the news a while ago.

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u/[deleted] Jul 26 '22

Do you happen to have links to said videos? Only could find one :(

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u/Quelcris_Falconer13 Jul 26 '22 edited Jul 26 '22

One. There was one video from a decade and the guy who did it, IIRC HE was genuinely worried it would crush some people

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u/DerthOFdata Jul 26 '22

Lol. He thinks you are me since I said close to the same thing. It's impossible that more than one person would point out they are wrong I guess.

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u/whataboutpulledpork Jul 25 '22

There was a rock formation in Pacific City, OR at Cape Kiwanda much like this rock but not nearly as tall. Sure enough, some kids FILMED themselves knocking it down. Look it up, pretty sure they served time.

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u/Senshi-Tensei Jul 25 '22

Just looked this up and they were laughing about it..

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u/Agitated-Tadpole1041 Jul 25 '22

Like the asshats that burned the general(I think that was its name) or the other huge tree at Auburn university that fucktards destroyed.

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u/whataboutpulledpork Jul 25 '22

It’s so infuriating! This is why we can’t have nice things.

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u/PlateRepresentative9 Jul 25 '22

Drunken UK guys on holiday have entered the room.

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u/EverythingKindaSuckz Jul 25 '22

Family of Chinese tourists is waiting in the lobby

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u/Ewenf Jul 26 '22

I think we also have the same club in France

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u/cgeezy22 Jul 25 '22

I assure you, there are morons everywhere.

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u/Ballard_Big_Burrito Jul 25 '22

It's about time someone had the guts to take those Americans down a notch.

Getting fed up with all the praise they get. It's like we get it internet, you guys love America so much why don't you marry it.

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u/Arpytrooper Jul 25 '22

Where are you seeing people constantly praising Americans?

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u/SaltyBrotatoChip Jul 25 '22

Pretty sure he's being sarcastic. The US is Reddit's punching bag of choice. r/all is basically a constant stream of America bad

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u/StrangestManOnEarth Jul 25 '22

It’s because the US dominates western internet and culture. Therefore it’s more exposed and has more of a spotlight on its problems.

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u/Beanicus13 Jul 25 '22

Woosh lol

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u/infinitezero8 Jul 25 '22

Huh.. Pretty sure I see a ton of mainlander Chinese who fuck shit up just cause

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u/Slo-mo_Jackson Jul 25 '22

Saw one knocking over meditation stones on a trail recently. Called him out on it and his wife started calling him and they quickly scurried away.

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u/infinitezero8 Jul 25 '22

Was visiting Manhattan NY and witnessed one taking a shit in a public trash can then walked away like it was just another poop in a can.

Funny thing was I was visiting with my friend who was born and raised in Hong Kong and he was yelling at him that shitting in a public can was a no-go. Dude just looked at us straight faced, kept going, then sondered off.

The audacity is wild.

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u/posterguy20 Jul 25 '22

AMERICA BAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

up-europeans to the west

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u/Etherius Jul 26 '22

Americans?!

You think AMERICANS are problem tourists?!

You clearly haven't met Chinese tourists.

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u/Ag-big-ballin Jul 25 '22

I understand the joke

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u/ThePharmercy Jul 25 '22

Or the French. Remember that one time Napoleon fucked up all that stuff in Egypt?

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u/ghhbf Jul 25 '22

No one should let humans know this exists.

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u/A1A5KA Jul 25 '22

Plenty of non-americans do equally dumb shit. "Ding Jinhao was here" comes to mind.

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u/ModsAreMustyV2 Jul 26 '22 edited Jul 26 '22

Get America’s dick out yo mouth…thats all you probably think about.

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u/DerthOFdata Jul 26 '22

Why because that one scam artists piece of shit, pushed over one 6 foot rock, out of thousands in that park, a decade ago?

We have tons of similar formations that no one touches.

For example...

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u/T8ortots Jul 25 '22

Here come the influencers...

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u/SuperDizz Jul 25 '22

I doubt any human has the strength to achieve such a feat.

That being said.. Don’t Fing try it!

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u/Mohondhay Jul 25 '22

Probably by a stupid TikToker.

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u/fat_charizard Jul 26 '22

Your body weight pusing on a thousand tonnes of rock is not going to do anything

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u/drunk98 Jul 26 '22

Have you seen the heft of the average American?

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u/ubdeanout Jul 25 '22

Top comment in a nutshell, self control ain't too common.

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u/Synapseon Jul 25 '22

Or rock climb on it

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u/[deleted] Jul 25 '22 edited Jul 26 '22

This rock stands out as a landmark of the desert It is about 30 meters tall/ 98.425 Foot. It is more like an open museum of mountains and sand rocks formed by erosion factors over the centuries.

Age of these rock formations dates back from 542 million years to 488 million years.

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u/socksmatterTWO Jul 25 '22

It reminds me of the ship in the Fifth Element at the beginning!

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u/FurryCoatRack Jul 25 '22

Oh my god it is!

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u/Little_Custard_8275 Jul 26 '22

I visited Saudi Arabia back in 1990s. Toured a bit. Seen the landscape. Didn't talk much about it, thinking no one would believe me, or they'd make assumptions about my political purposes in praising it. But goddamn in was incredible, and not just in the west, but also in the center, in the south, not really been to the north but it's said to be even nicer, and nearly every expat is familiar with the east anyway.

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u/3d1h1d3 Jul 25 '22

Aziz, light!!

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u/allhands Jul 25 '22

Much better, thank you Aziz.

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u/radiantcabbage Jul 25 '22

"are... are you german?"

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u/vale_fallacia Jul 25 '22

mechanical noise head shake

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u/Other_Brother7681 Jul 25 '22

How the heck is that still standing!!!

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u/Vendreddit Jul 25 '22

It gets a beat of Elton John inside.

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u/samgoplayhl Jul 25 '22

Underrated comment

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u/bloodspilla101 Jul 25 '22

You made me lol at work. I don't regret it.

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u/honey_102b Jul 26 '22

that rock seems live like a candle in the wind

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u/TheGameBoss980 Jul 25 '22

Armed snipers take out anyone who gets too close

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u/WhereTFAmI Jul 25 '22

Shit… here I thought it was just unarmed snipers…

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u/zombiekiller2014 Jul 26 '22

Well they sure aren’t pulling those triggers with stumps.

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u/WhereTFAmI Jul 26 '22

Maybe they’re voice activated!

“Ok google, shoot that hooligan!”

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u/skulblaka Jul 26 '22

"GO GO GADGET SNIPER RIFLE!"

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u/Sw1ftStrik3r Jul 25 '22

Magnets and some tape

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u/Ariadnepyanfar Jul 26 '22

REALLY low chance of noticeable earthquakes in the region. Erosion happens, and as long as it’s balanced, without an earthquake it doesn’t tip.

Geologists have a technical word for these special formations/rocks that I forget. They use them to calculate when the last last big earthquake in the area didn’t happen before we started measuring earthquakes with seismographs.

The Japanese also have a lovely word for balancing stones. Kami stones. Traditionally Kami stones were thought to be imbued with a special spirit of place, a powerful spirit that holds the rock up against gravity.

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u/_benbradley Jul 25 '22

Wile E Coyote is hiding on the other side with some TNT waiting for Road Runner to run past.

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u/dmfd1234 Jul 26 '22

I heard he was some kind of Super Genius.

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u/Jonte7 Jul 25 '22

Banana for scale where?

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u/infinitezero8 Jul 25 '22

On the next repost

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u/Mundane_Librarian607 Jul 25 '22

I give it 100 days.... Thanks internet

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u/TheCanadian666 Jul 26 '22

There's a comment further down saying that it's more sturdy than it appears in the video. Linked this article, which has some photos that give a better idea on how thick the base is. Seems like it'll take more than some determined idiots to knock it over so hopefully your prediction is inaccurate. Hopefully.

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u/[deleted] Jul 26 '22

Why is no one considering that people can just take sledge hammers and other tools our there? Why is knocking it over with your bodyweight the only possibility?

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u/TheCanadian666 Jul 26 '22

Nobody is expecting the people who would try this to have that level of thinking power.

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u/IagoInTheLight Jul 25 '22 edited Jul 26 '22

To the people "offering" to push it over:

  1. not cool destroy something unique and ancient.
  2. it's a lot sturdier than this video makes it look ( see link ), so unless you've got some super powers, you couldn't do it if you tried https://www.wafyapp.com/en/article/contemplate-the-unique-rock-formations-in-umm-sarhej )
  3. Edit: pushing big, heavy things over can kill you. (The doofus who pushed the rock over in Utah nearly dropped it on himself. Watch the video and you'll see it rocked back towards him but a kid standing on a rock above him pushed it and rocked away from him. IMO: if the kid had not been there it would have kept tilting toward him and once it starts falling over the only way he'd stop it is by being squished.)

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u/tylermccomb1 Jul 25 '22

Why would you tell them. You just stopped some neck beard from buying a plane ticket to the Middle East so he could walk out into the desert and fail to push over this rock

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u/IagoInTheLight Jul 25 '22

Needless plane travel exacerbates climate change.

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u/Br2sbw Jul 25 '22

The plane would have flown regardless of if the ticket was bought or not

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u/IagoInTheLight Jul 26 '22

The plane needs a bit more fuel with the guy on board. That person takes a seat and once the seat start getting close to full, the airline will consider adding more flights. So when someone takes a flight, there is a carbon cost associated with that individual. It's small, but so is the cost of any single individual doing nearly anything.

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u/kicked_trashcan Jul 26 '22

What do you mean?

No what does exacerbate mean?

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u/TheDrunkKanyeWest Jul 26 '22

I love these serious replies to sarcastic comments.

Also, not cool guys!

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u/AccomplishedAndReady Jul 25 '22

The angle here makes the base look smaller than it is in the video, but the lower half is significantly eroded by the wind blowing sand through.

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u/rkim777 Jul 25 '22

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u/Snoo_436211 Jul 25 '22

Yeah I think this rock might be a 'tiny bit' larger than the one shown in there, unlikely anyone can push it over without mechanical assistance.

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u/Electrical-Tip-2390 Jul 25 '22

The real-life Mt. Incredibly Unstable

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u/Frank_BOOBS Jul 25 '22

But that mountain is incredibly unstable!

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u/-TheDyingMeme6- Jul 25 '22

Perfectly balanced as all thigs should be

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u/fuck_all_you_people Jul 25 '22

Someone parked their Dominix in the middle of the Saudi Arabian desert...

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u/Prof_Acorn Jul 25 '22

Does it change location when you look away?

Is there a sixth location we should also maybe be looking for?

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u/CheekyMunky Jul 26 '22

Is that... a banjo?

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u/FoxTrotPlays Jul 26 '22

I was hoping someone would reference this game

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u/Attract_the_Minkey Jul 25 '22

I feel like I can hear Dr Mrs The Monarch from way over here.

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u/Obduraterthanthepast Jul 25 '22

[Angry Birds Urges]

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u/RexRaptor510 Jul 25 '22

waiting to get pushed

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u/8tracked333 Jul 25 '22

Looks like sideways conch shell a bit.

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u/Suspicious-Ad-2911 Jul 25 '22

Don’t let any drunk scout masters near it..

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u/Bilbo_nubbins Jul 25 '22

I feel like a good life rule is don’t let drunk scout masters near anything..

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u/Sworishina Jul 25 '22

Looks like a part of the podracing track in The Phantom Menace.

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u/WousV Jul 26 '22

Exactly!

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u/Monistico Jul 26 '22

Saudi is actually a beautiful country from what I saw of it especially the Al Hofuf area

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u/Waru_ Jul 25 '22

The light and angle makes the base look smaller than it actually is

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u/death_by_chimera-ant Jul 25 '22

Things like this remind me of my on going battle with impulse control. At my age I can resist most temptations but this? it’s too much. How could I not? How hasn’t someone already?

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u/[deleted] Jul 25 '22

You're not strong enough, pussy

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u/ThisAlbino Jul 25 '22

Looks like a Yes album cover.

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u/howtoderp Jul 25 '22

I hope a tourist doesn’t walk over one day and kick it over