What would YOU do in this situation?
There are three friends: A, B, and C, and a video of a celebrity, and the celebrity's ex-manager (D) is involved. Friend A has a video of a celebrity on the phone firing his manager (person D). Said celebrity is now deceased. Manager is currently stating that he and the celebrity were friends; this video proves otherwise. Person A has never met or talked to person D but is avid about getting this video up on YouTube, but can't because they claim they don't have the ability to do so with their ancient computer. Person A also does not want their name mentioned. Person B offers to TRY to get the video on YouTube to honor the memory of the celebrity, and to prove to everyone that they need to watch out for manager D. Person A sends person B the video on DVD for them to extract just that portion of the video, but person B runs into a software problem. Person A then decides that person C will do it, and asks person B to send the DVD to person C. Person B agrees, but then comes up with another solution and runs this solution by person A; person A isn't satisfied, and still insists on B sending the DVD to C. Because of B's hectic schedule with school and trying to find a job, and getting sick, and family issues, and car breaking down, it takes up to three months for them to get the DVD in the mail, but they always kept both A & C in the loop, letting them know what was going on. Person B FINALLY (after many attempts) get to the post office to put the DVD in the mail, and person C receives it. A couple of days later, person B realizes that person A is no longer speaking to them and has become angry with them. This is because person A assumed person B had "wimped out," and "lied" about taking so long to get the DVD mailed out, and therefore has ignored person B's e-mails, phone calls, as well as removing person B's link from their own web site, out of spite. Since then, person A has told person C that they aren't mad at person B - they were just "frustrated," but has yet to tell person B so themselves, AND has yet to add person B's link back to their site. Should person B continue to upload said video for person A to prove that they are a person of their word, or should person B tell person A "s*******u," and not upload the video since person A is still being a jerk? Person A has been acting uptight about getting the video on YouTube - like it will solve world hunger.
Asked By: - 8/20/2009
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
I'd just upload it. The entire situation sounds really immature anyways.
Answered By: Scoobs - 8/20/2009
Additional Answers (1)
keep your word person b
Answered By: alicia - 8/20/2009
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