Woman Rescues Driver Who Flipped Her Off

CRYSTAL RIVER, Fla. (CBS Tampa) — Local resident Kristyn Dominy risked her life to save that of another driver on W. Ozello Trail — even though the other driver had made a rude gesture at her just moments before.

According to the Tampa Bay Times, Dominy, 22, was driving home on the windy path with her daughter when a Jeep sped past her, its driver behaving erratically and making crude hand motions at her.

“She did flip me off whenever she passed me,” Dominy told the paper about the events preceding the crash, which took place Monday night.

Not long after, Dominy spotted the car on fire, stuck in some trees just off the road.

“My first thought when I came around the corner and saw that her vehicle was on fire, I was thinking karma,” Dominy told the Tampa Bay Times. “But the same time, I could never — even though she flipped me off down the road — I could never just sit there and watch that happen.”

When she got closer, she allegedly saw the other driver on fire herself, struggling to save her own daughter from the crash.

The girl was reportedly trapped and tangled in her own seatbelt. Dominy helped get the girl out of the burning car before calling 911.

Both mother and child were taken to nearby Tampa General Hospital. The woman was reportedly in good health, but her daughter was still in serious condition as of Wednesday.

Dominy knows she did the right thing.

“The vehicle was up in flames and just the look on the mom and daughter’s face,” Dominy told the paper. “I could never just drive by and not think about that.”

  • John

    What would be fun to know is if the woman that crashed will offer an apology for being rude and thanking the other lady for the help. Because of the attitude she had before the crash, I bet she will try and blame the lady that saved her for the crash.

    • Dave-O

      My thoughts, exactly. I wouldn’t risk it. Call 911 and don’t touch anything or even stay there. She’ll say that she was run off the road!

    • beazr

      Its called the good samaritan. Or as II think of it common sense. Few people left in this world like that. Most would drive by holding onto their karma, because the driver flipped them off.

      • Martin

        @Paul (and others)

        Most if not all states have the “Good Samaritan” laws that protects persons from lawsuits when trying to help someone else in an accident. Without this; trained first aid persons would NOT help anyone.

        My advice to anyone; stop and help! Be the better person.

      • DDPGH

        Paul, risking a lawsuit would be worth it. Don’t talk like a wimp.

      • sonofissachar

        In that case, karma kills. That’s soooooo hopeful, isn’t it?

      • Kat

        You are both correct and incorrect. People would definitely NOT stop if there are alot of people or cars around but the reason they would not stop is not because of being flipped off.

        They would not stop because of the Bystander Effect. All first responders are taught about it in CPR/First Aide training.

        What is the Bystander Effect?

        The term bystander effect refers to the phenomenon in which the greater the number of people present, the less likely people are to help a person in distress. When an emergency situation occurs, observers are more likely to take action if there are few or no other witnesses.

        In a series of classic studies, researchers Bibb Latane and John Darley (1) found that the amount of time it takes the participant to take action and seek help varies depending on how many other observers are in the room. In one experiment, subjects were placed in one of three treatment conditions: alone in a room, with two other participants or with two confederates who pretended to be normal participants.

        As the participants sat filling out questionnaires, smoke began to fill the room. When participants were alone, 75% reported the smoke to the experimenters. In contrast, just 38% of participants in a room with two other people reported the smoke. In the final group, the two confederates in the experiment noted the smoke and then ignored it, which resulted in only 10% of the participants reporting the smoke.

      • jschmidt

        I think most states have a good samaratin law that would prevent prosecution or a lawsuit.But there could be limits to the protection. I hope people wouldn’t just driive by and let someone else do it but of course my faith in humankind could be misplaced.

      • buzz4t

        total nonsense. Your actually saying that most people would let the driver and her little girl burn to death because the driver flipped them off. You’ve got to be kidding.

      • Dave

        beazr, adam, and paul: nonsense..

      • Paul

        Good samaritan these days means a liberal lawsuit waiting to happen. If you’re nice to anyone, liberals will file a lawsuit someway, somehow.

      • adam

        I completely agree with your comment about most people driving right on by. I personally helped both cars in a high speed crash, not having any medical training, but i just couldnt drive past. I’m not saying I saved their lives, but I did what I was able to do before the paramedics arrived. Common sense with victims, maybe they just need someone to console them, or as this case pull them out of a burning car. As i was helping i was trying to get other people to help me and at least call 911…yet they all just drove by really slow looking at the accident. not ONE person stopped. State trooper who took my report of the accident shook my hand and said “thank you, you don’t realize how many people just drive right by thinking someone else will help.” I’d say a vast majority of people will SAY that they would help, but when the situation comes about, they just drive right on by. The girl who stopped did the right thing, and others should learn how to at least make sure people are ok and/or call 911. Don’t just drive on by and think, oh, someone else will do it.

      • Dan

        Laypersons shouldn’t render medical aide to nonfamily members, the GSL usually only protects you when acting within “the scope of your training.” A non-CPR certified layperson could be sued in many jurisdictions if they accidentally broke a rib when performing CPR in an emergency, which isn’t hard to do.

      • TheBirdIsAWord

        Sure she did. Much of the news is made up after the coup and cover up. Unelected officials took over Washington and the media. They think you can’t handle the truth. Fact of the matter is we have no democracy, president, and freedom of press is an illusion.

        Our next election is shaping up to be as big of a sham as the last. Do you know why Sarah Palin’s bus tour was really canceled? Do you know why she stayed 30 miles away from the second debate and chose the death of Steve Jobs to announce that she’s not running? Know what leaked out? Sarah Palin and Cain aren’t in the race for the same reason, the truth leaked out. Search PalinsDirtyLittleSecret for the biggest cover up in history

      • Lisa Lisa

        I’m with stephanie. We talk a big lot [ego] but in the end, most will do the right thing [soul]. We cannot help but to be compassionate, it IS who we are.

      • agwisreal

        Most of us would NOT drive by. Good grief. Even if you hunger for karmic revenge, isn’t the crash itself good enough for ya?

        Most of us would step up and do the right thing.

      • stephanie

        I don’t agree; I believe most people would try to rescue a mother and child from a burning car. Petty things like rude hand gestures would not matter in a life or death situation

    • Bobby

      She has no class so you may be right

      • Bobby

        as to if the woman will thank her


    • Miguel

      She’ll probably sue her for millions.


      • Timothy Turnstone

        yup, to sue would be to flip off the decent citizen again, If the decent citizen would have just kept driving and maybe flipped off the derelict citizen, she could be sued for that to. “…with rights come responsibilities” A quote NOT from president Obama.

      • Tim Desland

        Exactly my thought. People like that always find someone else to blame their problems on.

    • freecheese

      Depends on her race.

    • david7134

      Always remember, no good turn goes unpunished.

    • Kallen Kelford - Sanders

      “Love is friendship set on fire.”
      – Jeremy Taylor

      ———– http://911essentials.com

    • Pete

      I’m on the highway a lot and have stopped at many accidents and pulled people out of cars while most people have just stood and watched. I don’t think it is indifference, I just think people don’t know how to react or what to do. I do find that truckers usually also jump right in to help being that they are also on the road much of their lives. Good for the lady who did the right thing but I doubt it will do much to change the flipper off-er.

      • james pog

        Yeah, and if you cause them to be paralyzed, because you pulled them out of that car, with out supporting their neck just right, your life is now over. Blame the sue happy country,for the lack of good Samaritans. You know how many people have gotten sued for doing the Heimlich maneuver or CPR????

      • Mary in Texas

        Agree…I was at a Starbucks and this guy started going into cardiac arrest and we all just stood there in shock as his wife was calling for help. I had taken CPR 20 years prior and was hoping someone would step up as I didn’t remember the count. I did end up stepping in and did chest compressions until the EMT’s got there, but was hoping someone would come along that knew what they were doing since I was so unsure. Noone did.

        Guy ended up living…after flat-lining in the ambulance. He had OD’d on Oxycontin. 6 months later, he and his wife came up to me at the same Starbucks and thanked me for saving his live. Apparently whatever I did was enough to give him oxygen until the pro’s got there.

        I am not patting myself on the back because I just did what i hope anyone would do…it was automatic. The whole thing was rather upsetting and emotional. What struck me was so many people just froze…no doubt hoping someone would step up. I don’t think they were un-caring…they just didn’t know what to do.

        I’ve since had training for CPR and had some advanced first aid (for motorcycle crashes specifically as I ride). Hopefully, I won’t be paralyzed in the event I come upon an accident. If more folks would have training, I feel more people would get involved.
        I do disagree with you on one thing…I would be willing to bet the flipper off-er IS changed after that. Near death has a way of making people re-think their actions and priorities.

    • Giselle

      Wonder why the woman flipped her off in the first place?

      • Road Runner

        Probably for not driving fast enought to run off the road and into some trees!

      • hrk3rd

        My guess would be that the samaritan was not going fast enough for the other driver. It is good to know that some people can still show love to another.

      • Mike O'Brien

        Driving recklessly and like an idiot with a child in her Jeep hope she faces child endangerment charges. What if she had run into another car instead of a tree and killed an innocent mother and her child? Glad they’re OK but ticks me off she was behaving like such a fool on the road. Had some jerk cut me off on purpose just yesterday had to slam on my brakes and all the stuff I was hauling in my van flew all over the place. There definitely would have been a wreck involving numerous vehicles if I hadn’t who knows how bad the injuries would’ve been. People that drive like this should receive some sort of punishment or some way to report their erratic behavior on the road. Maybe text their license plate to a special number and if they get enough complaints from enough different drivers something can be done about it.

      • Huuf Arted

        Is there EVER a good reason to “flip someone off”?

    • Legaleze

      Don’t be surprised if she doesn’t sue the good samaritan for “not getting there fast enough” or some other rubbish.

      • Mary in Texas

        There is a “Good Samaritan” law in place to protect those who render aid in situations such as this. Personally, I’d help someone (and have) in any situation and the last thing I’d be thinking, much less, worried about would be whether or not the injured person would sue me. I’d like to assume most people feel the same way.

    • Laurie

      EXACTLY my thoughts.

    • Angel

      The mother and child suffered from the mother’s poor choices. Whether they are grateful or ungrateful about the rescuer’s actions matters less than the rescuer’s peace of mind going forward.

      If your are a Christian, you are called by God to do what the rescuer did for others. Her actions were the embodiment of ‘Love thy Enemy’. She KNOWS she made the right choice on that fateful day.

      It is possible that the mother and child will learn something profound from this incident. If you are Christian, pray for their recovery and enlightenment – and for enlightenment of those on this board who hate. Amen.



      Just the opposite. That is the reason for the GSL. To protect Joe Schmoo who stops and tries to do anything right. You can be tried if you go BEYOND your medical training. CPR is not medical training. It is for the public. ACLS is medical and uses CPR as part of the process.

      Without the law, you could be found guilty for things. It was enacted so the MEDICAL personnel would stop without fear of prosecution.

      Now in the good old USA, anyone can sue for anything, but to my knowledge, only one lawsuit ever made it past the DA or Grand Jury and it as stopped by the judge.

      SO STOP11

      • Dan

        I know what the reason for the GSL is. CPR is most definitely a form of medical training, otherwise, what is the point of taking a test and getting certified when I can just read how to do it online? I received my CPR training in NC and they stress that it is important to be certified so you can provide CPR to strangers in emergency situations to minimize liability. Few states protect those that are not certified. Take a look at a subsection from PA’s GSL as proof: (2) In order for any person to receive the benefit of the exemption from civil liability provided for in subsection (a), he shall be, at the time of rendering the emergency care, first aid or rescue or moving the person receiving emergency care, first aid or rescue to a hospital or other place of medical care, the holder of a current certificate evidencing the successful completion of a course in first aid, advanced life saving or basic life support sponsored by the American National Red Cross or the American Heart Association or an equivalent course of instruction approved by the Department of Health.

    • Paul Edstock

      It is unfortunate that you will probably never know if the rescuer received an apology. This is due to the incompetent and lazy writing and editorial staff of this, and many other news outlets. When I was a newspaper reporter and staff writer, we got the story, wrote it up, included pics if available and warranted, and submitted followups when necessary for this very reason…the public wants to know, and we owe it to them to get the COMPLETE story out. You don’t see that much anymore.

    • Kirk Conole

      Am I missing something? The woman who was flipped off has to tell us that she’s not the kind of person to abandon a person in mortal peril and we’re supposed to think that such a statement is even worth mentioning? The driver was a jerk but let’s not pretend that the helping of a jerk facing a death in flames is worth special mention. For normal people coming to the aid of a jerk about to die is just a routine play – or should be.

      Will the jerk be humble enough to apologize and show gratitude? Maybe not, but we save the lives of jerks and their children without regard to the thanks we will get, right?

      • Redhandpaddy

        If obama were on fire I would not so much as urinate on him

      • J Meoff

        I would have let that monkey and her monkey baby burn. N*ggers never learn.

      • Laura

        I was thinking the exact same thing. Seems to be an awful lot of patting herself on the back. I just don’t see how this is a story.

      • Lindsay

        I’ll bet the Good Samaritan’s quotes merely reflect what questions she was asked, not that she herself was taking credit for being big enough to save someone who’d just flipped her off. ie, She may have been asked to “Tell us what went through your mind from the moment you first saw the other car” or “This woman was a complete stranger to you, right? Or did you know her before?”. And then the prelude to the rescue, including the driving erratically and flipping off, could come out. Then some impressed reporter in the media pack might excitedly say, “So even though she FLIPPED YOU OFF moments before, you still found it in your heart to put that behind you and RISK YOUR LIFE to save her and her child from their burning car?!”. And so that’s how you (probably) got such answers from the Good Samaritan. Agree though, the lack of the preceding questions does risk creating a disconcerting impression.

        This is the kind of thing that happens with politicians all the time. They’re just answering a question and, in the context of the question, their response might be perfectly appropriate and reasonable but maybe sound really off in isolation.

      • Ana Parrish

        We save the lives of jerks every day, Kirk: the government pays for it. I am a medical professional and the law mandates me to save the life of every drug seeking, rude, crass and mindless jerk, in the name of…..? … ‘he/she is a human being’. But we don’t have to stop to save the life of a jerk. Jerk or not, saving a life in dire situations is almost an obligation we have to one another, it’s not a virtue. We don’t know if that woman flipped anybody off, but we do know from police reports that the one who was flipped off wound up being a ‘better person’.
        The point is: let’s not make a virtue out of a necessity, unless we all are totally Godless, selfish psychopaths who would just drive by a burning live human being and do NOTHING. The ‘jerk’ will probably not even apologize or say thank you. Someone had a good point: she might have a hard core liberal lawyer to say the rescuer caused her accident.

    • Rich

      You’re and Ass.

    • Beau

      I doubt it. I know what you’re saying… but the fact that her daughter almost died… 99% of people can be brought to humility if a near-death experience occurs. A crash and fire is one hell of a scary thing, compounded by the fact that her daughter is in severe condition… I think she’ll have a change of attitude.

  • ex-Bronxite

    Nice jjob….and there’s still hope for American society.

  • Joe

    This woman set a great example of decent citizenship: rude gesturing, name calling ans such is a minor infraction compared to negligence toward those in need. It is good news to my ears that the victim’s rudeness did not give her a moment’s pause to come to her aid. Kudos to her!

    • Joe

      I’m with you, Joe!

    • IV Cleaning

      nay good christian works…

  • Sharon

    This woman’s response to her fellow human beings was a wonderful example of “loving your neighbor as yourself”. I am glad there are still some citizens left who can do the right thing, even to people who mistreat them. That is truly “turning the other cheek”, in the most positive sense. Stories like this restore my faith in humanity.

    • Dave-O

      The last ‘road- rage’ incident I had on the road was last summer. A punk got mad when I pulled off to let him pass, so he stops in the road about 300 feet ahead and comes at me in reverse with his F-150 P/U. The deputy who reponded to my 911 call said it was an act of aggression on my part to pull off the road, No Kidding. Then he said I need to stay at home if I don’t want to get hit, seriously. It turns out they knew each other and neither one knew me. I won’t be stopping for either of them.

  • Molly

    You cannot sue someone who rescues you for negligence. Google “Good Samaritan statutes”.

    • Nonya

      Yes, you can get sued. You’ll likely win, but you’ll still have the legal fees and stress to contend with.

      • reject

        But hopefully, either your auto or homeowner’s insurance company would defend you on the grounds that if, for example, your rescue of an endangered person resulted in the person suffering something like a dislocated shoulder, this was the unintended consequence of an intentional action. You would not be liable for legal fees, but stress would be a consequence. Hopefully, such a stupid lawsuit would make the local TV news and the person who sued you would look like the horse’s backside that they would be.

    • Al

      The suggestion was that she would be sued not for the rescue but for somehow being a causal element of the accident. It would be ugly and likely not sway a jury but in our litigious society anything is possible.

      NOTE – anyone can sue anyone for anything – they may not prevail because of good samaritan statutes but they can still sue. You could sue the Pope for paternity – just pay the legal bills and attorney fees. Of course you would not win but your could still sue.

    • JP

      In a majority of states, there is no duty to rescue unless there is a special relationship (parent/child, spouse, doctor, emergency worker) OR unless you created the hazard that put them in peril. Also, be aware that if you perform the rescue recklessly, they can sue you for negligence; and if you start to rescue, then you have a duty to continue the rescue.

      • Tim Frohlick

        JP, If you are unable to rescue the victim then there is no duty to continue the rescue.

        Judge TJ

    • Ed S

      Yes, you can.

      I. Sue. U., Esq

    • Dan

      Yes, you can.

  • The Morrigan's Pet

    Bless you, Kristyn Dominy. I sincerely hope your act of kindness and lack of anonymity don’t result in a lawsuit against you.

  • meeester

    btw; depending on the area of the country the common pronounciation is ‘bakketball’ or ‘bakkaball’ but rarely bas-ket-ball.

    • Humpy J. Brown

      I’ve heard it pronounced “basset-ball”, too.

  • Zee Chen

    The way behave today is disgraceful. That lady who crashed was rude and a jerk with her daughter in the car, and she was the one driving crazy.
    Thank goodness for the good people in the world. like this lady who helped her anyway.

    • steve

      I have seen people like the rude driver before, and she will probably blame the rescuer for her crash – ” she was making me late ”

      It makes me happy to read of the rescuer woman brushing off the rude behavior, recognizing the irony, and helping save the rude driver and her daughter – as I would as well.

      I flipped the bird to someone about 20 years ago while driving – when I look back on it, he did nothing I haven’t done myself, and I was late because of me, not him. Karma is kinder to those that learn from these foolish situations.

  • Mary

    Kristyn…What a beautiful gift you gave your daughter…she saw her mother behaving like an angel. Does it get any better than that?

    • Defeat Liberals


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  • Jason

    Shame on you, Kristyn Dominy. Lack of consequences for negative behavior is why this country has been in an unrecoverable nosedive for the past 40 years.

    The crash was a best case scenario. Now that this waste of space has been saved, she will next time run the risk of destroying the lives of others instead of suffering punishment alone.

    • Ned Stark

      Your callous disregard for the sanctity of human life places you square in the camp of the vile and sub-human. That woman may have waved a middle finger, but your words are a thousand times more reprehensible.

    • Andrew P.

      Wow, you would watch a woman and her innocent daughter burn to death over a middle finger?

      Shame on you, Jason. Her “consequence” is a burnt out Jeep and hospital bills, if you will. Do you really believe death is a just punishment for a hand gesture? (Are you Saudi, Iraqi, or Pakistani?)

      • Dave-O

        There’s no legal responsibility to risk your life for someone else.

      • Joe Ror

        DAVE-O how about moral resposanbility?

      • bob

        There’s no moral responsibility to risk your life to save an idiot’s life.

      • reject

        Jason is emblematic of what’s morally and sweepingly wrong with this country today. There are way too many cads, creeps, lowlifes, reptiles, etc. like him around. I do remember 40 years ago, and anyone who did what Ms. Dominy did would have been proclaimed as the bona-fide heroine that she is. Jason does not deserve to breathe the same air as people like Ms. Dominy

      • Dan

        Dave-O: That depends how the accident happened. If you have a special relationship to someone, if your job is to render aid like a life guard, if you created the peril the person was in, or if you help a little and then stop helping before that person is safe, you can be criminally and civilly liable for their injury or death.

    • Teddy

      Hey Jason…have you even been alive for 40 years? And prove that this country has been in an “unrecoverable nosedive” for the past 40 years. Prove it!

      And the daughter in the burning car…would karma be served by her dying in a fire because her mother flipped somebody off?

      Jason, you are so far over the line with this karma stuff, you can’t even see the line anymore!

    • Count Yob

      The rude erratic driver did suffer consequences for her negative behavior: her car crashed and her daughter was seriously injured. Kristyn Dominy did the right thing stopping to help save them from far worse consequences.

    • cutter

      Actually, it’s attitude like Jason’s here that have put this country into its “unrecoverable nosedive.” It is people liike Ms. Dominy who can save it.

    • The Morrigan's Pet

      And what about the jerk’s innocent daughter?

      • Dave-O

        Collateral Damage.
        My dad was a rude driver like her. One time he nearly punched me in the face whie shaking his fist at someone who hadn’t done a thing to him, but drive the speed limit. More than one time, I thought I was going to die. My Guardian Angel was working hard.

    • beedogs

      Spoken like a true conservative. Jason.

  • Smithjr28

    This story reminds me of a song Hank Williams under the name Luke the Drifter wrote.
    “Be carful of the stones you throw “.Some one should buy that song on ITUNES or Amazon and send to the driver with the road rage problem. as she would relate to Hanks wisdom.

  • mitch

    And then she flipped her off again.

  • Alana

    Kristyn’s brave, compassionate act saved two people from a terrible death. Should the woman in the burning car choose to sue her, she’d be tempting karma, or fate, or as I prefer to put it, divine justice, and her life at that point would be in far greater jeopardy. The Lord may be invisible to our eyes, but He rules the living and the dead.

  • Deanio

    When the daughter (if she survives) grows up and reads this article, I hope she realizes what a piece of sh!t her mother was.


    We never know why she was driving mad..perhaps she was just told some awful news, and was not thinking,or under stress over being late to work..or maybe she just had an awful argument with her husband..perhaps her baby sitter didnt show…when some one is tail gateting me for driveng the limet..I pray..kristie did what was right..I would have donr the same..and I believe most of us would..dont jump to conclutions about the speeding driver. she couls also be by-polar..we are always on road danger so pray before you start your car…ask for GODS protection.

    • Vicky Bevis

      Good insight, GRANMA!

  • barry1817

    anhyone want to take a bet on the good samaritan being grounded in relgion and possibly a conservatice and the person pulled from the buring vehcile a liberal?

    Now maybe if the person had a volt, they would have stalled out on the road, battery life gone, and would not have had an accident.

    Oops forgot, the volt is selling so well, that production was halted, with a reported 723 vehciles actually sold to private individuals

    • MaLadd

      What has being a liberal got to do with doing the right thing? Tone it done with your personal peeves, will ya? The world is sad and scary enough without someone blowing bitter smoke over a good deed. …still, I hope your day gets better, that you get to laugh with good friends and feel loved…

  • Laura

    While I don’t think anyone human would let someone burn to death in a car just because they got flipped off, there is something wickedly ironic about all this. Clearly though, the crazy lady was driving erratically before the crash and likely caused it, with her daughter in the car. Maybe SHE should be investigated.

  • ChuckE

    What would have been due justice is to save her daughters life then proceed to whip her ass for being such an idiot.

    • Tim Frohlick


      You punch first and then she shoots you in the face.


  • Carlos

    Wait! I thought Americans were rude, selfish, horrible human beings!!! Would an Iraqi do the same? A Russian?
    I don’t know, but the few people I’ve met from other countries leave me with serious doubts as to wether they’d help or not.
    So long as we continue to be an example for the rest of the world I, for one, will continue to be proud to be American!

    • Carlos

      I forgot to mention most of us are fat and lazy…yeah, I don’t believe that one either!

    • MaLadd

      Wouldn’t it serve a greater justice if we could believe that all people were capable of being kind? Look around — heroism, kindness, charity and love is as perennial as the grass…please don’t narrow their window of possibilities, but believe in the miracle that all the world’s children can hold these traits in their hearts. I have seen it…and it is true.

  • Gloating Rich Guy

    I think this woman would have burned alive if it had been me.

    • Vicky Bevis

      Spend an HOUR in a burn ward & tell me the same thing.

  • Steve Hollar

    Good for Krystin. I too would have been tempted to just drive by, but, couldn’t live with myself. This sure points out a huge problem though. We have way too many idiot drivers on our roads. Here in California it’s epidemic. The only way it will ever stop is to make traffic violations so punitive, no one but a drooling moron would dare violate them. That will never happen though. We’ll yawn as 40,000 of us are slaughtered each year and nothing will be done.

  • Davey

    Sorry to be so formal, but MOST of you haven’t a tiny clue about what karma isl Very simple: kick a dog, dog biites you a year later, NOT “karma”. Karma carries over in your spirit from one incarnation to another. Don’t believe in reincarnation of the soul, you can’t believe in karma. Get it? This is NOT in this life “payback”. Stop being so ignorant.

    • Creed

      The karma mentioned in the story is the least interesting part of the story, I don’t give a flying rip what karma means.

    • Yaspar

      Thank you! The word “karma” is constantly used, and never used correctly. Along with “mantra,” “guru,” and “nirvana.”

    • Tim Frohlick

      Davey, If I call you a genius then I will be rewarded in the next life. Well said Sir.


    • shawn

      hmmm you learn something every day, that i didn’t know, i guess now i can stop being helpful to people because i dont believe in reincarnation thus karma doesn’t apply.

  • student1776

    If it turned out that the woman flipping the bird was a secular liberal Obama supporter and the one who rescued her was a conservative Christian – that would make this about a good metaphor for modern America. It will be interesting when the data comes out.

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