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post #41 of 49 (permalink) Old 11-02-2012, 03:46 PM
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Todays way of thinking You mean the thought that if you have the chance to save a woman and two children you should do it??? Yeah, its weird what society expects these days
Do you really think he knew the wave/flood/water was coming and said, "This family needs to die?" Come on man. It's coincidence.
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post #42 of 49 (permalink) Old 11-03-2012, 12:50 AM Thread Starter
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Now that you mention it it was in the news this morning. They also did not mention the guy. From what they said was that the mother had left both boys on the roof of her stalled SUV and they were washed away.

I saw it on CNN. They said she clung on to her children the entire time. Who knows

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Do you really think he knew the wave/flood/water was coming and said, "This family needs to die?" Come on man. It's coincidence.
Of course he knew waves and floods were coming. He was looking out the window. And no, he didnt say "they deserve to die", but he did say he refused to let someone in who was asking frantic for help. And IMO that is enough to make him a POS.

What are you referring to as the coincidence?

He says:Man asking for help on his patio.
She says:She is on the patio
He says: Man tries to break in and the guy tells him to leave
She says it was her trying to get in,

It isnt possible that she would copy/alter his story. She never talked to him. Which leaves the conclusion:He witnessed her story, then altered it to look not as bad

For those that are saying why didnt she go to another house, she was on his 2nd story patio. Only connected to his house. She would have had to go back into the flood

It kind of shows it in the posted video clip but showed it much better in the CNN full TV story. I cant find that full video online. This clip is their splicing of the tapings as the story developed

Yes, she had bad judgement to be out in it. But he blatantly refused to help. Neither are a crime, but his is much worse from a moral view point

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Common sense question.....If there is a wall of water coming, and the guy doesn't let her in, why wouldn't she just stay on the second floor patio where it was safe and just ask the guy to make a 911 call? Or call herself? Or just leave her kids on the patio where it was safe and go get help herself? People who make stupid decisions, especially when it concerns children's lives are the ones responsible when something goes wrong, which for me makes it suspicious.
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Common sense question.....If there is a wall of water coming, and the guy doesn't let her in, why wouldn't she just stay on the second floor patio where it was safe and just ask the guy to make a 911 call? Or call herself? Or just leave her kids on the patio where it was safe and go get help herself? People who make stupid decisions, especially when it concerns children's lives are the ones responsible when something goes wrong, which for me makes it suspicious.
To be fair, its a little more difficult to make rational decisions when youre panicking. But there's someting fishy about this whole story. Something doesnt add up.
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The woman could have been a complete bitch about it.. He had no way of knowing what was about to happen. People think this man can predict the future as well? And she also tried to smash her way into his house? She shoulda been shot at that point...
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Howling wind and dark raincoats, there is no real way the guy would be able to tell she was a woman. For all he would have known it could have been a looter trying to get in. Attempting to break a window at the back of the house wouldnt have helped her cause either. Im surprised she didnt get shot too.
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To be fair, its a little more difficult to make rational decisions when youre panicking. But there's someting fishy about this whole story. Something doesnt add up.
Understood, but panic should never allow any living human being to leave their kids during a flood.
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So from what I can father from this story, the guy is a POS because he wouldn't let the woman and children in and save two lives.

But no one says anything about the woman who chose not to evacuate.and put her children in harms way to begin with?

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So from what I can father from this story, the guy is a POS because he wouldn't let the woman and children in and save two lives.

But no one says anything about the woman who chose not to evacuate.and put her children in harms way to begin with?

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That's my point exactly..
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