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liberalmuse Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-11-11 12:47 PM
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16. I saw a guy hitting his dog...
Edited on Fri Nov-11-11 12:50 PM by liberalmuse
while others were standing there watching. I yelled at him to stop hitting his dog. He was embarrassed and started screaming at me, calling me a 'bitch'. No one did anything - they just stood there and stared. I also helped an old lady who fell under a bus. Again, the crowd of people just stood there until I ran to help her, then others came to help. I have also have stopped my car dead in the middle of the road, blocking traffic and pissing off a few drivers when I saw an old lady walking on the sidewalk fall into the street. She was from the nearby nursing home. Other people then started to stop and I ran to the nursing home to get help while others stayed with her. I KNOW I would have done something, and I don't give a fuck if the guy beat me senseless. There is no doubt in my mind that I would have helped that kid. You don't wait until the next day to report a rape. You pull the sick fuck off of the kid or at the very least, yell, 'Hey, what are you doing???!!!' Cowards, all of them. Pathetic fucking cowards. If anyone has any doubt about what they'd do in this situation, then you have some real soul searching to do.
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