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Old 05-19-2016, 10:18 PM
 
Location: Lost in Montana *recalculating*...
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Every time I go there I see some kind of idiocy. Glacier too but not as bad as Yellowstone.
We tend to go to Glacier. Not nearly the amount of dimwits.
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Old 05-20-2016, 05:28 AM
 
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Everyone today seems to be so wrapped up in themselves, with so little respect for other living things. I do hope the wardens go through with the warrants.
And hope this story gets more publicity.
The same self-engrossed mentality as those thoughtless jackasses who use a mobile phone while driving.
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Old 05-20-2016, 07:19 AM
 
Location: Near Manito
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How about those packs of divorce lawyers on their 30k Harleys disrupting the elk migrations? Gotta love those guys.
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Old 05-20-2016, 07:45 AM
 
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And this: Yellowstone wankery and more - Album on Imgur
these boys are just too danged precious for words.
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I stay away from Yellowstone because everytime I do go I get this urge to so desperately choke the living sh*t out of a lot of these people.

^^^
What the H3ll is wrong with people?

To the 4 self-promoting bros...GROW UP!
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Old 05-20-2016, 08:45 AM
 
Location: california
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Making big deal out of it only inspires more of he same behavior. How stupid can people be?
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Old 05-20-2016, 09:45 AM
 
Location: Lost in Montana *recalculating*...
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^^^
What the H3ll is wrong with people?

To the 4 self-promoting bros...GROW UP!
Add this to the already deadly issue of people driving DWO in Yellowstone... God I wish I could mount a .50cal to my hood sometimes...
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Old 05-20-2016, 11:50 AM
 
Location: Lake Oswego, Manhattan, Aspen
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Oh, woopee-puckin'-doooooo! HighOnLife! Best thing since UpWithPeople! How cool is THAT?!!!

The one with the ginger beardage is pretty hot. There's a shot of him in Calvin Klein boxer briefs, that shows his junk is a bit above average. I'm hoping somebody will leak some full-frontage shots of him.

Hopefully, the Russian immigrant in the group will be deported from Canada - along with the rest of his family. The rest of them, including the hairy hottie, I hope, will be gang-raped in American prisons, until they're forced to wear colostomy bags for the rest of their lives.

But their nether regions may already be well-broken-in. The vibe I get from the HighOnLife fellas, is that they're a bunch of low-IQ closet cases, who met in Gymnastics class and/or film school. I suspect the other three worship the body of the hairy one, up in that 'HighOnLife' van, when nobody's looking. Between photo-ops, I'm thinking their 'adventures' amount to one long ROAD ORGY. (Which would all be fine & dandy, except these particular guys are self-entitled, selfish, destructive, irresponsible jerks).

My favorite personal trainer is a minor celebrity - famed, worldwide, for his unbelievable body. But in his online presence, I see quotes like, "My aim is to live life like there's no tomorrow!" - garbage like that. I actually hesitated in hiring him, because I thought he must be a total jackass. Turns out, he's NOT like that, at all. He dumps girls if he finds out they smoke or do any drugs at all. He does not drink, etc. But somehow, he's been affected by "Bro Culture" garbage like what the HighOnLife morons are pushing, and feels he has to say stupid stuff, because that's what you're supposed to say.

So, really, I think that it's destructive, for these guys to be making videos glorifying driving around the country, breaking laws, and BEING OUTRAGEOUS!!! The impressionable (particularly closeted, low-IQ males - the same demographic who are the fan base for Professional Wrestling) tend to actually view these marketing schemes as advocacy movements. They see fools like these as role models. The activities of jerks like the HighOnLife 'team' actually tend to alter consensus among dangerously impressionable people.
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Old 05-20-2016, 02:03 PM
 
Location: Swiftwater, PA
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Haven't been to Glacier. I saw plenty of idiots in Yellowstone bothering the black bears. The worst I've seen were at the Grand Canyon. Instant death if you fall off the side. So many were going off trail.

Our guide told us that they average 10 to 12 a each year that go over the edge. It is easy to believe because of all the stupid things they do. Back here, in the East, we have to have railings or guardrails on everything - not so at the Canyon or just about anywhere else out West. One wrong step and it could be one mile down. I loved the little kids playing on the edge with the parents watching! Maybe they put up railings since we were there in 2002?
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Old 05-20-2016, 02:48 PM
 
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They are getting slammed on their facebook page, they have this message: "Three days ago we were lucky enough to visit Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and made the unfortunate error of leaving the pathway." Unfortunate Error? WTF?

Apparantly they also are known for trampling over forbidden ground in Machu Pichu and making silly videos of themselves climbing over holocaust monuments in Germany.

They are sponsored by Bud Light.
Impact these Canadian douchebags where it hurts and sign the petition to end their sponsorship:

https://www.change.org/p/bud-light-p...-national-park
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