August 9, 2006

A Survey to the Public

I am conducting a survey of sorts and am interested in receiving a response. For me the answer is clear but I would like to hear what the general public has to say. Remove yourself from the situation and let me know where you stand.

Which is the greater offense?:

Person A
Unknowingly and regrettably runs a red light, and upon realizing what has happened slams on the breaks albeit nearly smashing into another vehicle going through their green light. Thanks to great breaks, a little swerving and a small miracle there was no harm done. Feeling very shaken and rattled Person A carefully drives on with a lesson learned.

Person B
Witness to said incident, follows Person A until they stop at their next destination and as they exit the vehicle start screaming at them saying, "that light was so (expletive) red" and "that was the worst (expletive) driving I have ever seen" and "you are going to (expletive) kill someone" and "I've got two (expletive) witnesses right here (pointing to two children in the back seat, neither older than 10, and I'm sure their ears just burning at hearing such language, not to mention being referred to as (expletive)). Upon questioning, Person B then refuses to admit that they have ever made a mistake driving, whether it be running a red light, not stopping at a stop sign, or speeding a little.... anything. Nope! Many more expletives were thrown at Person A and when Person B apprently decided they had said enough screeched off out of the parking lot with a middle finger waving out of the window.

Again I pose the question to you ladies and gentlemen, who has committed the greater offense?

6 comments:

  1. You should be careful Dar Heather... I mean Person B sounds crazy and you probably shouldn't take her rantings lightly. What if she knows where person A works??

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  2. YOUR VAGUENESS CONFUSES BRA-DEN! HE DEMANDS TINY MITZ-HUMAN TO USE PROPER NOUNS AND FULL SENTENCES OR BRA-DEN WILL CRUSH TINY MITZ-HUMANS HEAD INBETWEEN HIS MIGHTY FINGERS!!

    BEWARE!!

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  3. Ok I get this, you want some justification for what you've done..well all I can say is that I was really embarassed when you freaked out..serriously get some controll!

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  4. Depends if you are talking about the law or not. Person A did worse than B if both are looked at from a legal standpoint, even though A's deed was accidental...

    B was a jerk with a bad mouth and bad parenting skills who couldnt find any better way of getting their point across.

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  5. Clearly the greatest offence has been commited by neither person A nor person B. The true criminals in the situation are the children. If they wouldn't have been so rowdy then maybe person B wouldn't have been so grumpy. I suggest a DVD thing for the back of that minivan.

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  6. I'm gonna come atcha like a spidermonkey, cause I'm all hopped up on Mount'in Dew!

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Straight up now tell me...