A list of some moral dilemmas.
The NY Metro has an update on this story from last year.
She looked away but could see the man’s increasingly agitated reflection in the pockmarked train window. To avoid eye contact, she reached in her bag and pulled out her camera-equipped cell phone. She turned it on. Turned it off. Thought about the Mace canister she was carrying as she fumbled the phone to the floor. When she sat up, the man had his penis out of his pants.
Just a few feet away, a Japanese tourist couple chatted, oblivious to the goings-on. Nguyen’s Mace was right there, at her fingertips. She thought one more time about using it—then snapped a picture instead.
And did the guy learn a lesson from having a picture of him being caught, uh, red handed bouncing around the internet?
Hoyt believes that if he and Nguyen had only met under different circumstances, she might really like him. “You know, she’d go, ‘That guy’s pretty cool. He’s got this restaurant, and he’s fun,’ ” Hoyt says. “She’d probably want to go out with me.”
The Portage County Hazardous Materials Unit and Bomb Detection Unit were called in to downtown Ravenna on Friday morning after seventeen suspicious packages — boxes wrapped in gold wrapping paper with question marks spray painted on them — had alarmed residents.
The 15 most recent Dubya declarations
— Dubya stakes solo ground for the U.S. that is shared by many. Beauty… Washington, D.C., Mar. 29, 2006
We support the election process, we support democracy, but that doesn’t mean we have to support governments that get elected as a result of democracy.
— Dubya presents his take on the sanctity of democratic election results, Washington, D.C., Mar. 29, 2006