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  • vukken99 vukken99 Sep 30, 2013 9:27 PM Flag

    COMPARATIVE HUMAN BEHAVIOR ON TWO DIFFERENT RESPONSES FOR THE SIMILAR INCIDENT...

    THIS MAY NOT BE RELATED TO AMARIN BUT IT IS VERY RELEVANT ABOUT HUMAN NATURE.
    Real story:
    Story #1
    a yellow cab stops to pick up a passenger at the corner of a turn, and I go around and turn knowing he is stopped and knowing he should be looking since he delayed everyone in his pick up and the place where he stopped.
    Then looks like he was distracted and he hits my car. Once I get out to examine my vehicle and possible damage the cab driver in the most cynical response says that I hit him even though he was behind me. It is unfortunate but he was a immigrant....
    Story #2
    I am driving my Bimmer then I had to slam the brakes since the ambulance was crossing the red, then I feel the car behind hit me. I asked my wife she says she is okay..then I get out to examine my car and no major damage noted
    the driver who hit me from behind gets out of the car and he asks if I am okay and he apologize.
    These two reactions rather extremely distinct in nature tell us the evil vs good.
    I drive back thinking about the driver who lied and how I would try to evade in my life people with these type of intentions with lack of integrity lack of responsibility.....
    Having faith on something unknown is also being careless at best...and the empty pride of thinking you may be right but we need to examine and understand that we may be wrong.....

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