I saw the above, didn't think a thing of it, and kept scrolling through Facebook, the next thing I see:
it only takes a minute to get the idea, this pain in the ass can't find sympathy with a damn dictionary
And then I found a link to the news item about this: http://ksltv.com/396188/family-berated-broken-truck-surprised-diesel-brother/
Jose Caballero posted a video of a man yelling at him and his family over a broken-down truck at a campsite to YouTube (Above)
Former-Weber County employee Wyatt Pack yelling and cursing at his family. Caballero said his truck steering broke down at a campsite Pack had intended to use over the Memorial Day weekend.
One of the people who saw Caballero’s video was Dave Sparks from the Discovery Channel series “Diesel Brothers.” The show’s about Sparks’ shop in Woods Cross, where he and his crew build tricked-out trucks.
On “Diesel Brothers,” the they transform broken-down trucks into custom-built vehicles. After seeing the video, Sparks decided his group could help the Caballero family. He reached out to his 2.3 million Facebook followers and said “If anybody knows Jose Cabellero, please send me his information. I need to get in touch with him so we can get his truck over here to the shop and do some work on it,” Sparks said in the video. "Nobody should be treated like this. Nobody.”
“I’m heading up there Monday with a tow truck. I’m going to take him my personal pick-up and leave that with him for a few days while we bring his truck back to our shop,” Sparks said.
Follow up: Weber County officials said they fired Pack for violating county policy, which states employees act in a professional and courteous manner and refrain from using offensive language.
Update on Jose Caballero https://www.facebook.com/Heavydsparks/videos/2094750947473242/