I help you and then you steal my car?
February 1, 2008 1:17pm CST
That's what happened to these two guys who wanted to do a good deed. They jumped out to help — only to turn around moments later and see one of the passengers from the crashed car hop into Torgerson's vehicle and peel away. And, to make matters worse, the car thief rolled Torgerson's car, totalling it, just about 800 yards down the road on Highway 2. "Look what you get for your trouble," State Patrol Capt. D*ck Wittenberg said of Torgerson's good deed. "You get your car stolen." What do you think of that? Details: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080201/ap_on_fe_st/odd_crash_theft_crash;_ylt=Ah7qcWcaX0OdnMusoIUnIoXtiBIF
• United States
2 Feb 08
Well it's not surprising to me. You can't do anything for anyone anymore because it just gets you screwed over in the end. I generally shy away from doing things for people because those people just turn around and find a way to wrong me in some way, so good deeds are just bad ideas.
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