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Published 3 years ago with 5 Comments
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  • theykilledkenni
    +6

    What the fuck is wrong with people? I'm glad that 19 yr old got her out.

    • desertjedi85 (edited 3 years ago)
      +3

      Would you have run over there to save her? Someone in a car that is engulfed in flames at a gas station?

      You can praise the kid that helped but don't talk bad about the people that didn't save her. It was a very dangerous situation that only a small percentage of people would have helped with.

      • theykilledkenni
        +3

        Yeah I would actually do that. I can't just stand by in emergency situations.

  • MAGISTERLUDI
    +5

    Precisely, let's get a YouTube moment, let her burn.

  • FistfulOfStars
    +5

    The ubiquity of cameras is a real boon for holding authority figures and others accountable for misuse of power, and to document evidence of crimes or wrongdoing.

    But I find it disturbing that this seems to be replacing, rather than augmenting, bystander's responsibility to protect and care for each other.

    Is this a temporary phenomenon due to how new this technological shift is, or is it a permanent transition from active to passive interaction with the world around us?

    Regardless, I'm appreciative that kids like this one still have the will to take action when appropriate.

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