Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Anyone Know What Does This?



What causes those huge dents and cracks? Made me think of a Joe Dirt scene:
Meteor Bert: Well, it ain't a meteor.
Joe Dirt: Yeah it is. It came out of the sky.
Meteor Bert: Well I'm sure it did but it ain't no meteor. It's a big ol frozen chunk o' shit.
Joe Dirt: What!
Meteor Bert: Oh yeah, see them airplanes they dump their toilets 36,000 feet. The stuff freezes and falls to earth. We call 'em Boeing bombs
[chomps teeth]
Joe Dirt: no that can't be. That's not what it is
Meteor Bert: oh, afraid so. See that peanut? Dead giveaway.
Joe Dirt: Uhhh, no, that's a space peanut.
Meteor Bert: No, afraid not. That just a big ol' frozen chunk of poopy.
Studio manager: Dude you were eating off it!

I found that rock on the way up to the east side of Table Rock if you're interested in seeing it for yourself.

3 comments:

GrillTech said...

Simple water dude.. Water gets into the cracks.. Freezes, expands and thus cracks..

Matt Weyen said...

I would normally agree, but if you look closer, there are at least 3 impact sights. The main one is really easy to see, there are two more, but they are harder to see.

Steve-O said...

My first guess would be that it was just some old marks from when rock used to be cut (maybe even blasted) from tablerock to make buildings and stuff in the city.

Second guess: space peanuts.

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