Greetings All Yesterday riding the train from work, something quite interesting occured. On the train were 3 young boys(ranging from 7-11). They were by themselves coming from 34th street midtown and they were wilin out on the train. They were arguing over something little boys argue over but then they started getting violent with eachother. They were getting ready to fight. The eldest told the little one "I'm gonna u up if you say one more thing" The little one kept mouthing then they started shoving eachother. So I kindly said to the boys "ya'll cut that nonsense out on the train actin up " They looked at me like "Who are you" Anyway they started fighting again and Then a white man stepped between them and said "Cut it out right now, Stop it" He was the only one breaking up the fight. The eldest boy looked at him and said "get the off of me" The man paid him no mind, and he continued to stand between them so they wouldn't fight anymore. He was a complete stranger, yet he was the only One, besides me who said or did anything. Now I couldn't be mad at him for that but mad at my own Elder Brothers and Sisters who just sat there shakin they're head saying "oh well thats not my kid, or little black kids are so ghetto, etc..... Do you think me or the Man who stopped the fight had a right to intervene with these children. I mean i feel like if that was my child actin out like that i would be more than happy if someone came and took control. No matter what! Not saying nothing is why our children behave like this. What do you think?