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Old 03-25-2016, 11:15 AM   #111
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The scenario of leaving someone behind just recently played out in an episode of "last man on earth" where Phil drove off in the RV not knowing Carol had gotten out at the last fill up pit stop, he had to backtrack for hours! Pretty funny, but I think it should be the job of the passengers stepping out of the vehicle, especially if they are presumably sleeping, to inform the driver of their departure of said vehicle....
Same scenario in NM recently, only the departed passengers were residents of the state penitentiary system being transferred from one facility to another while fully shackled. Not only did the vehicle driver not notice they were gone but, I'm shocked -- shocked, the prisoners didn't tell the guard they were taking a walk.

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Old 03-25-2016, 01:47 PM   #112
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Same scenario in NM recently, only the departed passengers were residents of the state penitentiary system being transferred from one facility to another while fully shackled. Not only did the vehicle driver not notice they were gone but, I'm shocked -- shocked, the prisoners didn't tell the guard they were taking a walk.

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I can picture them running after the prison vehicle yelling them to stop Damn shackles
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