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Originally posted by wiandiii
For my job I have to have a First Aid and CPR certification, and I take that just as seriously as my concealed carry permit. Just because I'm off the clock doesn't mean I don't have an obligation to help people with the knowledge I have. Even before the Red Cross certifications I have found myself in situations where a stranger needed help and I never hesitated whether it was a medical emergency or someone being victimised by a violent attacker. The lack of empathy of the general public disgusts me.
SEE how the people react when someone a homeless man lays injured on the sidewalk.
Originally posted by doomy
You need to see this video too!!
edit on 6-6-2011 by doomy because: (no reason given)
so youre instinct is to turn straight to violence when you cant deal with your emotions, yet you want to take the high ground here? 9 times out of 10, if you help someone in need, you'll end up regretting it.
If I asked someone to call 911 (to save someones life) and they kept on walking I would lay em out