Ali and John discuss the photo that appeared on the front page of the New York Post last week that horrifically showed a man who'd been pushed down into the subway tracks, just seconds before being struck and killed by an oncoming train. This begs the question: Why was someone taking a photo of this scene instead of helping the man get out of the tracks? Ali thinks it's because the human instinct of helping others who are in peril is diminishing.
Do you think the New York Post should have ran the photo? Tell us in the comments.
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