"Are you hurt, or are you injured?" - a scene during the 1993 movie The Program, the coach of a fictional college football team struggling through a litany of moral dilemmas confronts one of his star players during a game. The star player is wincing in pain from a tackle he endured on the previous play that required him to be carried to the sideline. As the player grips his injured leg, the coach asks him in simple terms, "Are you injured or are you hurt?" The player offers only a quizzical look in response. The coach then states in a cool demeanor: "Well, if you're injured, I cannot let you go back in, but if you are hurt you can play." The player quickly responds that he is only hurt and runs back into the game on the next play, albeit with a labored gallop.