ENCINITAS, Calif. — Two men apparently fell from a cliff above a beach near San Diego on Wednesday while they were playing Pokémon Go, according to KSWB. The men were playing the game in Encinitas when they fell more than 75 feet to the beach below. According to officers, the men got distracted while trying to catch Pokémon.Crews at the scene used a rope to rescue one of the men. Neither man was seriously injured. Fox
When will nature stop? You read about this kind of stuff and it just makes you sick. For all we do for nature, all we do for this planet, all we do for its animals and ecosystems, all nature ever does is take, take, take. Shame on nature. These two fine gentlemen are just walking along, near the edge the world where land meets the ocean, playing Pokemon Go--just as God intended us to do--when all of a sudden BAM: a cliff comes out of nowhere.
Cliffs don't just appear willy nilly like that. Cliffs aren't just an accident. Cliffs are there on purpose. That means someone put that cliff there.
That asshole nature put a cliff there.
Thank goodness these incredible individuals survived, too. These heroes truly deserved to live, so for as hard as nature tried to take--no, steal--their lives from them with its sneakiness and aggression, it's great to see that nature didn't get a win, for once.
Nature might not have Pokemon Go, but that obviously isn't stopping it from trying to create its own version of the game where it captures and collects people. Sorry, nature, but that's not how it works. We make the rules around here so you better get your crap in gear and follow them.
As far as punishment goes, hopefully they will at least blow that cliff to smithereens with TNT or even a drone strike, if it's too dangerous for other innocent people to even get near it. Destroying this cliff would be a small victory for people, but it won't be enough. We'll hopefully be able to get some good legislation or at least internet rage going in nature's direction, too. Then we'll see who tries to kill who, nature!
If that all doesn't work, then we'll just have to send in our own Cliff to try and get back at nature: