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07/11/2010

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You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be really something that I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and very broad for me. I'm looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

Tom McMahon

That was my thought too, Nick.

Nick

Just out of curiosity, did anyone suggest taking out their cell phone and calling the police non-emergency number?

Scott

Do what I could to the best of my abilities -- that's a child & I'm a grown-up. I carry a gun, though, in case things go non-linear...that's the Boy Scout in me.

Maven

Having read the whole post, in this particular case it isn't a lost kid, just an 11-yr old asking random people for a ride. Not a good choice for him. In this case, I'd have him call his parents and find out what they want him to do, though I'd be willing to take him home if they were agreeable with it.

In the case of the lost 5-yr old, I'd still help the kid and worry about consequences later.

Maven

"But if it's a choice between one lost kid and my entire future, then there really isn't anything for me to choose, brother."

What a selfish world we live in. I'm going to help that kid, and worry about problems later.

Joe

Yep, that's already happened. A toddler wandered off her property and was later found drowned in a ditch not far from home. Eventually a man came forward admitting he had seen her walking along the road, but avoided intervening for fear of being falsely accused of wrongdoing.

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