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No good deed goes unpunished

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by darwin25, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. GeorgeM223

    GeorgeM223

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    yup...being sold out by the system or employers after doing what is morally right reduces the incentive to do it again.
     


  2. kontra

    kontra

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    what does mcdonalds want people to do? call 911? in the meantime, before the police arrives, the people should just watch someone being beaten up.

    or could it be that the management thinks that once you call 911, the police will arrive right away. like saying "beam me up scottie".
     
  3. 9MX

    9MX Rei!

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    What the Frack! So the moral of the story is to let your fellow man be even if he is harming another.
    :steamed:
     
  4. ganyan talaga dito sa america. marami nang mga good samaritan cases na yung tumulong pa ang naperhuwisyo. so moral of the story....wag ka na lang tumulong:crying:
     
  5. Clusterbomb

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    Parang ganyan yung kaso ni Sonny Parsons noon. After fending off the bad guys who entered his house with his trusty FA, siya pa yung gustong kasuhan later on.

    Good thing public opinion immediately sided with him. I just wonder what would have happened if he hadn't been a public figure and the case had not been blown up by media.