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Response to Mr. Sparkle (Original post)
Tue Dec 4, 2012, 03:31 PM
Libertas1776 (2,888 posts)
and i clicked on the link and read the story further. The guy taking the photograph wasn't strong enough and never would have been able to help the man up. SO??? A human being would drop his fucking camera and at least give it a try. Of course, seeing as how he then could have been pulled over if he did try that, he could have ran like a mad man toward the train on the platform, shouting, waving his hands and flashing his camera all he wanted to at least get the driver's attention. In the end, that probably would have been an effort in futility, but ya know what? At least he would have tried, in some capacity, to help save this poor man's life. Reaching for his fucking camera to shoot the doomed man should have been the last thing on his mind. And if he did get off the shot anyway, and when he realized what he got, he should have slunk away and deleted it, never to let it see the day of light. Fuck the photographer, you can say all you want about him not being able to physically help the man, but he CHOSE to go down to the Post and profit off that photograph.
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