woah, woah, woah, HOLD THE PHONE.
i see some malinformed opinions.
the firefighters are instructed by their JOB LAWS to not act.
now think like this: if you were a firefighter, and as much as you WANTED to act and put out this fire, if saving this person meant you could lose your job AND be prosecuted by law and possibly LOCKED UP, would you act?
in my opinion, one fire under those crazy laws aint worth unemployment and jailtime.
my issue is with the job law itself, i dont blame the firefighters.
if it were up to me, i'd abolish the .... out of that law.
if they dont pay their 75, stop the fire and CHARGE THEM, for god's sake, how the .... does that not make sense?
I'm completely incensed and pissed about how stupid that situation is.
a rant went on earlier about this as well:
now, save for his part about "be a human being" and blaming the firefighters, i agree with his rant especially about the conservative right ( sorry to anyone who might be republican, it's just my opinion)
i feel as though in a world where laws say "pay the piper or the market will crush you" is totally inhumane, community is a good idea.
now, for following the law, i do not blame the firemen, but i do wish someone would have taken a risk, y'know? i mean, im sure in court of law, someone would try to appeal to their humanity if they acted and believed people were there and saved lives.
it's ....ing terrible and an absolutely sickening state of affairs at any rate.