parcher Post time: 2018-11-5 10:50
You may be right. its possible the driver got extremely angry and wanted to teach the woman a less ...
If I were driving that bus, I wouldn't be trying to teach anybody a lesson by plunging it into a river.
Would you? I mean the purpose (teaching someone a lesson) and the result (the plunge) didn't match.
Since it had already been determined that the driver wasn't suicidal or particularly agitated that day by family members and colleagues alike, and that the woman passenger had struck the driver first, I don't believe teaching someone a lesson was within the realm of possibility.
Everyone involved carried a portion of the responsibility -- both the woman and the bus driver for criminal neglect of public safety, and the other passengers for non-interference.
pnp Post time: 2018-11-5 11:58
Violence against public servants MUST stop! This is not an isolated case; many others were reporte ...
It is a shame, a very bad public image indeed. That's the unwanted side effect of adopting the ONLY-CHILD policy (the genie) whose original aim of reducing the population was probably necessary at a time of material insufficiency. It's the ME-ME-ME generation endangering the rest of the population.
Once the genie was out of the bottle it is hard to put it back -- witness the fact that after the corrective two-child policy was instituted, not many young couples raced to take advantage of the new quota change.