So I don’t do crowd. Crowds are not an option for me. I’ll explain why this is, I have witnessed some strange things while being in a large crowd. Let me give an example. Myself, my daughter, who was 11 at that time, and a friend went to a Major League Baseball game and had pretty good seats in between first base and home plate. This was my daughter’s first game and she was so excited, I have always enjoyed going to a major league game. They are a lot more fun than just watching on the television screen.
Then Near the third or forth inning a player knocks a ball into the seats that are above us that are 2-3 stories up and a fan reach’s for it but looses his balance. He dives head first into some kids that were seated below him. My daughter was beside herself and vowed to never go to another game. Several people were injured including small kids. Yea my friend watched my daughter while I ran up to see if I could help and by the time I got back my daughter was ready to go. She didn’t want to finish the game. Not that I blame her in the least. I was horrified to see that fall in person. It was like watching a slow motion film.
Now going to Walmart when it’s crowded isn’t a good thing either. I’ll give u another example. So trying to finish up on some holiday wrapping I pull into the parking lot at our local Walmart just to get some wrapping paper. When I pull in a huge white Doolie truck races by hits a worker trying to get carts into the building and drives off. The worker goes flying into the air along with all the shopping carts. He was shook up, had a broke arm, and understandably upset. Who was the only one to see this, you guess it, moi.
So what turns from fifteen minutes just to get wrapping paper turns into an hour and half long hit and run report that I may have to be called as a witness case in the near future. I’m guessing the good Lord puts me where he wants me. I never got a call back from the police and I don’t think they catch the guy. So I have more examples but we will save those for another day.