No answer is right or wrong. This is the scene and situation. You are at home, unable to attend an out-of-town party due to family problems, and are told that Mr. X., who was also going to fly in from out of town, canceled his airplane flight because you are not going to be there (there is no romance in this scenario...just that Mr. X may think there will be no party since you can't go. Later on you call Mr.X. to talk to him and some young kids answer the phone, giggling. I ask for Mr. X. Kid One: "Who? Nobody here named Mr. X." More giggling and a hang up. At home you are puzzled and concerned. Maybe you dialed the wrong number. you try again. More giggling. You know it's the right number this time. You say, "Why are you in Mr. X's apartment? Who are you?" "Joe." More giggling, he hangs up. You don't understand why these kids are in Mr. X's house. He has no kids. He lives alone. You have clearly been told that Mr.X. is at home. He is not a kid. He is, say, around 55. You are worried about Mr. X. WWYD? Would you just forget it? Would you call somebody to do a well check as he is far away? Would you go on with what you were doing, since you have a lot going on? How would you handle the situation? Again, no right or wrong answers. Just assume that Mr. X. is somebody you care about very much, although not in the romantic sense and, at the same time, you are frazzled by your own life being in an unexpected upheaval and you need to stem the bleeding from that upheaval. Do you worry about Mr. X and do anything at all or do you just assume Mr. X. will be okay?