Does anyone watch the show on ABC titled "What Would You Do"? That show just sucks me in and really makes me think about how I would handle some of the situations that they bring to the viewers.
If you aren't familiar with the show, click on the link above. But basically they take real situations from the news and play them out in public with cameras to see the reactions of everyday people.
For example, they took the story about a homeless person that had passed out on the street. By the time someone helped him, it was too late. So they put an actor in the street and had him fall down and act unconscious. It took a long time for someone to help him. And at that it was a disabled person that stood asking others for help for him. Sadly, her pleas were also ignored for quite sometime. They then replaced the homeless looking guy with a (i think) woman and people were more willing to help her.
So what does this have to do with anything?
When I was leaving for lunch on Thursday at work, as I was walking across the parking lot, I saw an older woman sitting in the drivers seat of the car with her head back. Was she sleeping, passed out or worse? Should I approach the car or mind my own business?
So, what would you do? I will tell you what I did later.