"Wouldn't be surprised if that same woman would selflessly lend a hand if she saw you or me in need of help while on the trail..."
I'll take that even further to assume that she drives the speed limit, has the best yard in Mayberry, bakes a mean rhubarb pie every year for the PTA bake sale, and never wears white after labor day.
I don't disagree that with instant access to information, our expectations have been perverted but the issue at hand is the treatment of those who are at our mercy. If you and I disagree, we can thumb our noses at each other because at the end of the day, it really doesn't matter since we don't rely on each other to make a living.
Again, as someone who previously worked retail and waited tables, I fully understand and appreciate the level of self-restraint required to not tell someone like this to XXXX off (beat you to it Roger). It's bad behavior, people behaved like this long before the information age, and the invention of the iPhone doesn't excuse it.