The kid laying under the concrete may have thought he was being heroic and stopping the process, but what would have happened if the chain had snapped? Who would be to blame then? Protests are fine, but protestors need to use common sense. Fred
"protestors need to use common sense"Yeah - letting up when you're protesting is an effective idea...It worked so well for the Natives, Blacks and Union workforce.Face it - the system is so far out of control that crayon activism is no longer sufficient.
There is no native stupid enough to lay under that contraption,a native would automatically know better.And if this little twit knew what chance of something going wrong here,he wouldn't have been there either.If you have no common sense ,why protest?You wouldn't know if you were helped or not.DUH!
My point remains, if the chain had snapped, through no one's fault, you would have one dead kid and then someone would have tried to lay the blame on the company, the equipment operator, etc. Bottom line is that it was an extremely stupid thing to do. That's what I mean by "common sense" anonymous 5:34pm.
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