You’re staying at a campground with some extended family. The kids have been swimming and hiking all day. All of the fresh air and the after-sugar crash from the s’mores have the kids sound asleep in tents on your campsite.
The adults are sitting around the campfire telling stories when suddenly shouting and fowl language can be heard from the neighboring campsite. The volume of the altercation continues to rise until two gunshots ring out and the campground goes silent.
What would you do?
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