It was not too long ago when we talked about NOT intervening in case of emergency. This is just another nail in that coffin.

The idea that you would find a woman passed out and in danger of death, but because you cannot get permission to touch her, you should not help is absolutely stupid…. and I am willing to go along with it 100%.

“Why didn’t you help?”
“Because according to the New Feminists, we must obtain consent before touching or we open ourselves to all kinds of problems.”
“But she died!”
“That is an unfortunate consequence I am willing to live with.”

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “Absolutes are stupid, but I am willing to go along with it.”
    1. Hmm.
      Kinda goes against all the “implied consent” / “good Samaritan” training built into all the EMS stuff we’ve ever done.

  1. ya know, all of this talk causes one thing(well 2 things)- no man wants to talk to any woman and when a woman approaches a man his first thought is going to be – what kind of shiitestorm is she going to cause… I have to watch these work place harassment videos and all it makes you want to do is keep yer mouth shut and don’t talk to anyone. these women will be 50 and ALONE without a clue why.

  2. Back in the 90s there was a sitcom called Herman’s Head, and in one of the episodes Herman ends up doing CPR on a middle-aged woman at his office. The rest of the episode is about her suing him because he broke a rib. I dont remember the outcome of the case (I assume he didnt have to pay) but as they are leaving court, she starts choking and he does the Heimlich to save her. When she gets her breath back, she says, “Oh thank you, Herman! Whatever would I do without you?”
    His response: “You would die, Mrs Smith. You. Would. Die.”

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