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2012-11-13 04:23:22 PM  
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A few years back while walking down the street with my wife there was a crash at an intersection ahead of us, an elderly woman T-Boned a 30-something soccer mom.

We ran up and tried to help, the older woman had a hurt arm and was definitely in shock, kept talking about how she wasn't sure how she was going to get to the restaurant that she was on her way to now that her car wouldn't start. The soccer mom was still in her van, seat belt buckled, on her phone, complaining to whomever was on the other end about how now her kids were going to be late to something that she was going to pick them up and take them to. Also a shock reaction as she refused to even talk to me about whether or not she was hurt.


In this case she may have been stoned, but continuing to talk on a phone or to another nearby person after a crash is a pretty understandable shock reaction. Your brain iterating down the list of things it has to interact with until it finds one it can handle.

/everyone seemed okay enough when the police told us to beat feet
2012-11-13 04:05:12 PM  
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Excellent headline, subby!
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