Being A Bystander Analysis

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Introduction
I remember one time when I useless to society. It happened back in grade 8 when my school had a music teacher who was just mean to one of his students. It was the second day of school, and my classmate was taking a quick nap during the transitions between classes. Our music was just entering to our classroom with his equipment and as soon as he entered the room, he saw this tall, skinny, dark-skinned fellow napping on a desk, and started yelling at him for sleeping in his class and finished by threatening to send him to the office. When he was done embracing himself, the kid had the "What just happened?" look on his face, and everyone else was in disbelief of what happened.
Into my emotions
What made me irate, was that this was
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If you were at a nightclub and you were shot in the middle of the dance floor, would you want somebody to act like nothing happened, or would want that same person to call the police? When you 're a bystander, you are the world 's most useless kind person on the face on the earth. Bystanders are the ones who want everyone in Africa to have clean water, but won 't donate a penny to ADRA. They 're oblivious to what occurring in Syria, they 're the individual taking videos of a bank robbery instead of calling the police, they 'll march for hours on end for Anti-bullying, but won 't say a word when they see someone mocking somebody who blocked them on social media because they don 't want to get cyber-bullied by that same lowlife. Again, bystanders are the most useless people on the face of the earth, they want change, but won 't be the change. Michael Jackson 's song "Man in the mirror" has a line that says "If you wanna make the world a better place take a look at yourself, and then make a change." I believe that he says it best. If you are tired of being a useless nobody by saying nothing, than say something. It could
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