If someone intentionally set fire to your home and you had ten minutes to get out, would you try to save the arsonist or your belongings?
as someone who's had this happen twice now, I can tell you we went for the possessions both times. Birth certificates, shot records, things that are a pain in the ass to get government duplicates of.
I mean honestly this is kind of a dumbass question come on. who in their right mind would save the life of someone who intentionally set your house aflame. Not to mention when these things happen, you aren't in your right mind and you'll go after what's most precious to you, be it family or material possessions. If you somehow decide to save the arsonist, you my friend, are a saint.
not to mention in any real situation like this, the arsonist wouldn't be near the home once the fire's going, so he wouldn't ...have to be saved.....
forgive me for so many posts suddenly, I don't normally answer these. But I felt a need for this one because it's a dumb question that needed an experienced answer.
hey why don't we make this an all-purpose post
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