A Daytime Robbery (Sec.1284 No.26)

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A Daytime Robbery (Sec.1284 No.26)

Postby tipnapa.somj » Fri Sep 09, 2011 8:48 pm

Rod was a manager at House Depot. He worked about 50 hours a week. He loved his job,although the extra hours cut into the time which he could spend with his three little girls. One morning, he was supposed to go home at 7 a.m. Instead, he stayed to help out for three more hours. He was just about to leave at 10 a.m. When he heard something.
At one of the checkout counters, he saw a man dressed in white painter's overalls pointing a gun at the female cashier. He had on a yellow cap, a white plastic painter's mask, and white gloves.
Rod hurried over. Times in Los Angeles had changed. Rod was nervous, but he knew what he was supposed to do. He approached the gunman.
"Sir,please don't point that gun. We will give you all the money you"
The gunman didn't even wait for Rod to finish his sentence. He shot Rod in the stomach. The cashier screamed. The gunman ran out to a white van and hopped in. The van sped off.
Rod didn't even make it to surgery. The killing was reported on all the TV news shows. House depot gave$100,000 Rod's family. Do you think the $100,000 payment was good enough for Rod's family? Why or why not?

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Re: A Daytime Robbery (Sec.1284 No.26)

Postby chutamard.hutt » Sat Sep 24, 2011 10:46 am

He was a good man.
I think.
Payment of $ 100,000 is not worth the loss of his life.
Because life can not assess the value of money but he is head of the family.
The company is responsible.
They should be able to make his family.
To live can painlessly.


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