So I wake up this morning and shove off to class thinking its just another ordinary day, ya know? When enroute to school, I see a nasty car accident with a man trying to flag down traffic and a limp body laying in the road. To make a long story short, the limp body in the road wasnt breathing, so I began CPR on him and kept it going until the paramedics arrived. I never really thought that I'd need to use CPR outside of a hospital environment. But I tell ya, I was really glad I knew it this morning. If you don't know it, I suggest ya take a course in it. You never know when it might come in handy. I felt very weird when I walked into my class late. My shirt had blood on it, my hair was a mess, and i was a big sweaty pig. So now my professor is going to talk to the dean and see and try to get me some special recognition for what I did. I dont like that much attention drawn to myself, so I told him not to bother, cause I only did what was the right thing to do in that situation. What truly amazes me about this entire situation is that there were 3 cars in front of mine, that just slowed down, looked at what was going on, then continued to drive away. Have people in our society become that detached to where they can't help someone out?