, 2023-01-17 00:17:59,
Dear New Jersey,
I’ve never claimed to be morally superior to anyone else.
I generally keep my opinions to myself and go about my life.
Recently, though, there was an incident that not only left me fuming but really questioning people in general.
I needed to pick up a few things at the grocery store over the weekend. It was a last-minute trip at night.
As I was pulling out of my parking space I noticed an elderly woman on a motorized scooter oddly sitting between a bunch of parked cars. It was especially dark in this part of the lot.
I pulled up next to the woman, rolled down my window, and said “ma’am are you okay?”
She stared at me with no answer.
I got out of my car and approached a little closer. I didn’t want to frighten her.
Again I asked, “ma’am are you okay?” Nothing. I then asked, “do you need help?” Nothing.
This just didn’t sit right with me so I got back in my car and drove around to one of the cart attendants.
They usually have radios to communicate with the inside of the store.
As I pulled up next to the attendant, I could tell that he had earbuds in.
I motioned to him to take them out. Before I could even say anything, he said “you have to get a cart up front” and continued walking.
I was really irritated at this point, but if I left without knowing this woman was safe, it would’ve bothered me.
After seeing that the elderly woman was…
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