I agree with this comment, 100%. The thing is, the right thing is vastly subjective, and cannot possibly be preconceived (unless you're psychic...like...really, really psychic). More realistically, there is rarely one right thing, but a list of things, more and less right. Confounding this reality further: self-defense scenarios are not often conducive to deep contemplation over which actions are most or least right. People are going to handle these things according to their mental constitution, instinct, muscle memory (if any exists), and possibly a blessing or two. I don't care what your work uniform looks like. This isn't aimed at any particular person, but ^that^ said, isn't it kind of a waste of energy to argue, or worse, judge others over what they think they might do in a public crisis scenario? Granted, it's not as silly as making flat-out claims about what one would do, but a strange exercise, nonetheless. Take care. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!