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    Posted: Dec 06 2012 at 7:09pm
I do think if the right person would have been in the crowd he could have been saved. Just wasn't his day.
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Originally posted by nitabug nitabug wrote:

Trying to be a good Samaritan is what got him killed in the first place. Everybody who was minding their own business is alive. Not every battle is yours.


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There should be some engineering that can make the system safer. Just have to get the money I guess. 
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Saying "you" or "your father" isn't going to solidify your argument. I have already put myself in their shoes. It was not compassion PREVENTING them. I don't know what stopped them, that is my point. I HIGHLY doubt they stood there cheering on the imminent train ready to watch a gruesome death. I don't know what you gain from being angry at them. Actually, I do but whatever.
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Originally posted by teendiva teendiva wrote:

Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:


Originally posted by teendiva teendiva wrote:

Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:

Lord, I pray some of you who seem to be so understanding are never in this situation ever. 

Dramatic much? It's a sad situation that NO ONE should be put in. The man was murdered. Just because people aren't trying to blame everyone there besides the murderer doesn't mean they don't see the sadness of the situation. If anything, they have a better understanding of it all. It's easy for me to say I could't save him, because I'm petite, so a man should've saved him.. Who am I to judge? Sheesh.


Dramatic isn't the word boo. I'm livid. If this was your father you would at least hope someone would do something. Hell. We are such a self centered generation I swear. No, lil ole petite me could not have saved him but I would've tried. No one was even NEAR the platform. 

I sincerely and wholeheartedly pray none of you are ever involved in motor vehicle collisions or any accidents of this sort. Human compassion is what compels people to pull others out of burning homes or to try and save people trapped/pinned inside their cars. I could not stand there and do nothing. Hell 45 seconds is a LONG time. This wasn't a split second thing. These people watched this man scramble and try to get out of there and ran away. 45 seconds. 

You got it twisted. Human compassion is what allows us to feel what the bystanders must have experienced instead of separating ourselves from "them" and scolding "those people on the platform."

We have two views of what is it to be compassionate. I hope if anything of the sort ever happens to you, God forbid, you'll understand it's their human compassion that's keeping them from saving you! God bless :)
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they need to get the those automated walls that open once the train comes in.

i always feel someone is going to take their life at st.patrick station.
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Originally posted by teendiva teendiva wrote:

Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:


Originally posted by teendiva teendiva wrote:

Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:

Lord, I pray some of you who seem to be so understanding are never in this situation ever. 

Dramatic much? It's a sad situation that NO ONE should be put in. The man was murdered. Just because people aren't trying to blame everyone there besides the murderer doesn't mean they don't see the sadness of the situation. If anything, they have a better understanding of it all. It's easy for me to say I could't save him, because I'm petite, so a man should've saved him.. Who am I to judge? Sheesh.


Dramatic isn't the word boo. I'm livid. If this was your father you would at least hope someone would do something. Hell. We are such a self centered generation I swear. No, lil ole petite me could not have saved him but I would've tried. No one was even NEAR the platform. 

I sincerely and wholeheartedly pray none of you are ever involved in motor vehicle collisions or any accidents of this sort. Human compassion is what compels people to pull others out of burning homes or to try and save people trapped/pinned inside their cars. I could not stand there and do nothing. Hell 45 seconds is a LONG time. This wasn't a split second thing. These people watched this man scramble and try to get out of there and ran away. 45 seconds. 

You got it twisted. Human compassion is what allows us to feel what the bystanders must have experienced instead of separating ourselves from "them" and scolding "those people on the platform."


Word. Alot easier to point fingers and say what you would do while sitting in front of a computer.
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Trying to be a good Samaritan is what got him killed in the first place. Everybody who was minding their own business is alive. Not every battle is yours.
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@RT I'm not sure. I would like for them to.
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Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:


Originally posted by teendiva teendiva wrote:

Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:

Lord, I pray some of you who seem to be so understanding are never in this situation ever. 

Dramatic much? It's a sad situation that NO ONE should be put in. The man was murdered. Just because people aren't trying to blame everyone there besides the murderer doesn't mean they don't see the sadness of the situation. If anything, they have a better understanding of it all. It's easy for me to say I could't save him, because I'm petite, so a man should've saved him.. Who am I to judge? Sheesh.


Dramatic isn't the word boo. I'm livid. If this was your father you would at least hope someone would do something. Hell. We are such a self centered generation I swear. No, lil ole petite me could not have saved him but I would've tried. No one was even NEAR the platform. 

I sincerely and wholeheartedly pray none of you are ever involved in motor vehicle collisions or any accidents of this sort. Human compassion is what compels people to pull others out of burning homes or to try and save people trapped/pinned inside their cars. I could not stand there and do nothing. Hell 45 seconds is a LONG time. This wasn't a split second thing. These people watched this man scramble and try to get out of there and ran away. 45 seconds. 

You got it twisted. Human compassion is what allows us to feel what the bystanders must have experienced instead of separating ourselves from "them" and scolding "those people on the platform."
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