here I go on my "soap box" ill try to keep it as short as possible. Yesterday My 16yr old son called and said he and his pregnant girlfriend were down at the river swimming. 10 min later the clouds opened up and all hell broke loose, we had pounding rain and hail, tornado weather, I tried to call his cell phone several times with no answer. I freaked out and drove to the river, then to his house, then called her house and no one knew where they were.. Hes 6ft tall but hes a bean pole and I knew he was not strong enough to swim himself and try to get his girlfriend out of the river... I drove back to the bridge and got out of my car, I was standing in the pouring rain screaming for them..About 10 cars drove over that bridge and no one even slowed down! How did we get to this point as a country? If I drove up on a woman standing on a bridge in rain and hail and shes leaned over screaming I would have stopped to try to help or at least called police...Thats sad that we dont care enough about a stranger in obvious trouble to stop and help...weve lost the love and compassion we once had as a country!!! just too damm sad.
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