What is the most serious law you've broken doing something you thought was morally right, wouldn't hurt anyone, or was no one's business but yours?
How bad would the punishment have been if you'd
been caught and given the maximum sentence?
- If you were on a jury, would you be willing to convict a person for something you didn't think
should be considered a crime?
David: The most serious law that I broke was getting a speeding ticket when I was younger. I went over 100mph at that time, and received a speeding ticket. Nobody was hurt, but it was dangerous, and someone could've gotten hurt, or killed. I had to pay a fine, and suffer the consequences of higher insurance payments for a long time. My parents were so mad. It was a learning experience for me, and I'll never drive that fast again.
If you could anonymously and safely destroy any one person's reputation online through various posting, would you?
If so, who and why?
David : No, I do not like to get into other people's business, and I try to treat people, as how I'd like to be treated. There is a saying, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you," and I try to follow that rule.
On a typical Sunday, 10,000 people visit the Louvre in Paris.
If a wicked sorcerer threatened to vaporize all the museum's visitors or all of its art, sparing one or the other based on your plea, which would you save?
Assume the sorcerer will obliterate both the people and the art if you don't choose.
- What, if any, fruits of our culture are worth more than even a million lives? For example, what if all the music or fiction of the past century was at risk?
파리의 르부르를 방문하는 일요일 하루 평균 방문객 수는 10,000명 정도에 달한다
만약 사악한 마법사가 너의 간청을 들어 모든 박물관 관람객과 모든 예술품 중 하나만 골라 없애겠다고 한다면, 너는 어떤 것을 구하겠는가?
David : Save the people. Lives are more important than paintings, and the people would be glad they are saved.