How many Target shoppers must this boulder ruin? How many?

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For at least the third time, Denver’s Reddit community has caught a single stalwart boulder in the act of completely ruining someone’s day.

The rock in question lives in a little island in the parking lot of Colorado Mills, right near the Starbucks. Here is its natural habitat:

As one commenter pointed out, this thing is pretty much on par with Red Rocks in terms of Colorado geologic fame. Why? Just observe how much damage the little sucker has done over the years, all documented over the years on r/Denver:

Target boulder claims another victim from Denver

 

And for today’s entertainment. A woman who drove over a Boulder in the parking lot of Target @ Colo Mills… How do you do this?

 

 

We’ve reached out to Colorado Mills for comment. Meanwhile, here’s an unrelated rock that also tends to own people:

People can’t stop running over this rock.

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