Today's 98.3 TRY Social Dilemma is about your cell phone. Here's the email I got from Barry: Hi Jaime. This happened to me the other day, and I was wondering if what you would do in this situation. I was out at the neighborhood park walking my dog, having a nice afternoon. While my dog stopped to take care of business, a man walked up to me. It was the middle of the day with lots of people around so it didn't feel weird to me. Anyway, he chatted for a minute and then as I was about to walk away, he asked me if I had a cell phone, and if so, could he borrow it to make a call. I asked him if it was an emergency, and he said he had a flat tire and wanted to call Triple A. I told him I'd rather not give him the phone but if he gave me his Triple A Card, I would happily call for him. He got ticked off at me and said I can make my own call. So I said, not on my phone and I walked away. That was the interaction. I felt a little like a jerk for saying no, but he was a stranger and I did offer to help, and he said no. So my question is, what would you have done? Would you have let him use your phone? Thanks Jaime ~ Barry Well, I would have done exactly what Barry did. I would not hand my phone over, but I would have offered to make the call for him. So I think he handled it perfectly. What do you think? Let me know what you would have done on the TRY Facebook page.