Saturday, May 10, 2014 4:45:08 AM
People are conditioned. That is how complex living things operate. They have to use the most useful common knowledge available to them at the time of the event. To get reconditioned to respond otherwise requires new knowledge that many people might not possess or have processed, at that time.
Everyone is so quick to judge the passersby as bad people, but they might not really have as much choice as is expected.
The real assbags are the people who do have a better understanding of people's needs and, yet, do not avail themselves to become teachers who change the culture. **** those people.
Saturday, May 10, 2014 4:26:08 AM
It's simple: the `homeless` guy wasn`t `one of them`. That`s how we`ve been brainwashed. I, for one, couldn`t pass someone lying in the street, without at least determining what was wrong. But then again, that`s just me.
Friday, May 9, 2014 5:23:13 PM
Be nice to see one of these good samaritans, after realizing they'd been pranked (which is what all these insufferable holier-than-thou "what if it were you" scenarios really are) give the prankster a good swift kick.