Homey wrote:The funny thing is, each and every time I come upon an accident, stop the scoot and start to help, I am immediately assisted by other people. It's as if people are waiting for that first person to actually stop, then they feel it's safe to help.
This confirms my long held suspicion that 99% of the world consists of copycat followers. Most behavior is driven by what the 1% does or doesn't do.
It's particularly egregious in car accidents with bloodied people lying on the ground, but to tell the truth, this could pretty much describe all the people I see everywhere all of the time in all of their behaviors.
Most people don't have any actual individual initiative, beliefs or thoughts. But they're very ready to jump aboard trains that are leaving the station. Lots of lemmings in this world.