While driving home from work a few days ago, I saw a little old lady (late 60's?) sitting in her car along the side of the road. The car had a flat, and as I went by I saw her sitting there with both hands on the wheel, looking more than a bit stressed out. I pulled over, backed up, and spent the next 15 minutes changing the tire for her. (Hell, any given race weekend I change more tires than most do in their entire lives, so it's not that big of a deal). She said she'd been there for almost 20 minutes, and nobody had stopped to help. She was afraid to get out of the car due to the traffic (anyone who's been on #1 Eastbound out of Vancouver during rush hour can relate), and she didn't have a cell phone. She wasn't sure what she was going to do, until I came by. I'm glad I stopped, and was more than a little pissed that I was the only one to do that. Still, it made my day, and I'm glad I was able to help. FOCUS: What good deeds have you done for others? Did it bite you in the ass? ALT-FOCUS: Ever had a time when you should have helped out someone, but regret it? Would you do it differently now? ALT-FOCUS: Ever been in a situation where you could have used some help, but never got it?