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Back To The Future

Discussion in 'Contests!' started by Pudge40, Aug 24, 2009.

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  1. Pudge40

    Pudge40 New Member

    Location:
    Hamburg, Pennsylvania
    EMS Training:
    EMT-Basic
    Did anyone notice in the first contest thread the start date was AFTER the end date?

    Contest Dates:
    Starts: June 20, 2004 - 12:01 AM
    Ends: July 20,2001 - Midnight
  2. creative_soul

    creative_soul New Member

    Location:
    CT
    I did and was curious about that. lol:p
  3. firecoins

    firecoins IFT Puppet

    Location:
    Nyack, NY
    If I get my ambulance up to 87 mph, lebanese terrorists show up and try to kill me.
  4. creative_soul

    creative_soul New Member

    Location:
    CT
    That sounds like an interesting dilemma :ph34r:
  5. EMTinNEPA

    EMTinNEPA Guess who's back...

    Your ambulance has a flux capacitor?
  6. Akulahawk

    Akulahawk EMpTy eaRNer

    Location:
    Unincorporated Sacramento County
    EMS Training:
    EMT-Paramedic
    If it does, at precisely 88 Miles Per Hour.... ;)
  7. firecoins

    firecoins IFT Puppet

    Location:
    Nyack, NY
    yes and everytime I go back in time I hit a mall. Apparently everyone in 1955 was on fire.
  8. AnthonyM83

    AnthonyM83 Member

    Location:
    Los Angeles
    Great SCOTT!!!
  9. firecoins

    firecoins IFT Puppet

    Location:
    Nyack, NY
    as well know my ambulance can't make it up to 88 mph. If it hits 11 we might be late for the pick up instead of turning it over.
  10. Rick Tresnak

    Rick Tresnak Member

    Location:
    Manchester Iowa
    EMS Training:
    Critical Care Paramedic
    Nope Good eye
  11. Chimpie

    Chimpie Tech Support Community Leader

    Location:
    Sarasota, FL
    EMS Training:
    MFR
    Obviously it was a typo. Thread closed.
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