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Park Rangers Are Sick And Tired Of Kids Defacing Nature For Their Promposals

By Aimee Lutkin

The scourge of "promposals" have left the schoolyard and spilled into our national parks. The L.A. Times reports that the Santa Monica Mountains park service is tweeting about some no good teenagers defacing public lands in order to invite their special someone to the big dance. Again. This is the second year in a row that a rock has been spray painted with the desperate pleas, "PROM?" near Sandstone Peak. Not only is it vandalism, it isn't particularly original:

The responses to the park service vary from intense agreement about how bad an idea this is to questioning why they even care about a rock. Well, it is their job to take care of mountains and an area called Sandstone Peak. That's not a business you get into if you don't care about rocks.