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I agree with Steve's second statement. We do make these choices all the time. That said, can we really fault the people who knowingly ignore the plight of other humans and animals when we ourselves would. We would rather save a pet that mattered more to us than we would a stranger that mattered to other people. In both cases, we are placing ourselves and our own interests before others.
I'm curious as to how people would answer if the question were slightly different where you could either save your own child or somebody else's pet.
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