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A sad indictment of modernity


Junior Blues Coordinator⭐
Dec 27, 2007
Read this article from the Mail online which really saddened me. Two little girls "pretended" individually, to be lost in a shopping centre for an hour, both knew their mother was nearby and could see them, but both acted out their parts well.

616 people walked right by them!!! Only one person stopped to see if the younger one was ok! People, including mothers with pushchairs walked straight past them - God forbid this situation ever happens to their child!

How sad is this? Has stranger danger gone a bit too far in that people don't want to risk getting involved or do people really not care any more?