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    The 1-ton 'Wizard Rock' has magically returned to an Arizona national forest

    Somebody seems to have stolen a big rock from a national forest, and then returned it a month later.
    The 1-ton 'Wizard Rock' has magically returned to an Arizona national forest

    (CNN) ó The 1-ton "Wizard Rock" that seemingly evaporated into thin air has returned to the Arizona national forest where it was stolen, in what can only be assumed as an act of magic.

    A forest employee patrolling the basin where the boulder once sat, found the boulder had suddenly reappeared nearly one month after it was reported missing, Prescott National Forest officials said.

    "We are thrilled the Wizard Rock was returned, and are grateful that whoever took it was conscientious enough to give it back to the public," said Sarah Clawson, district ranger for the Bradshaw Ranger District, in a statement.

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    But they cleaned it up so there's that.
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    This absolutely has to have been some sort of college prank.

    "So, me and John were sitting around getting stoned when Billy came in our dorm room. We were all skipping bio lab at the time because we figured we were getting enough biology by grow-lighting our killer hybrid Roman-Red and Maui-Wowee plants

    Billy said that he had a case of Milwaukee's Beast in his truck and that we should go with him to the forest because he had the hook-up for peyote straight off the reservation. So, we all piled into Billy's truck and headed for the reservation. He got the peyote from some weird guy at an abandoned diner, but we were good and drunk by then so we didn't care.

    We drove out to the forest and consumed our peyote, vomited, saw the constellation Homer Simpson, and realized that we had done all of this next to this big-ass rock. Then the idea hit us: we should take it to keep the memory going.

    It took a little while for the four of us (at least I think it was four; may have been seven, I'm not sure) to heave a four-foot-by-four-foot lump of granite into the back of Billy's truck, but we did it and we were back at campus just 37 hours later...."
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    This thread needs a soundtrack.


    On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heartís desire at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.
    -H. L. Mencken

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