Discussion in 'EMS Lounge' started by KEVD18, Dec 11, 2008.
You actually see very little violence in 99% of the military.
@CALEMT where is this?
Had the privilege last night of treating one of the first paramedics in Texas ever. She was very impressed by the progress made, she was an ambulance attendant and EMT, then medic, with Fort Bend from the mid-60s to 1980s.
My house/ cabin lol. Was 11 degrees this morning. Hard to believe in the mountains of Southern California.
22 degrees outside, but with the windchill it feels like 7. Single digits in So CAL.
This time of year is hard on those with depression or other mental illness.
Check in on your people.
That sounds like Big Bear.
Taking care of a newborn is exhausting, but worth it.
Technically I live in sugarloaf, but you’re close enough.
One more shift as a full timer left and a crew gets caught on camera running a stop sign. Guess who gets to deal with the social media fallout.
I remember that challenge well!!!
Just say yup... We messed up and they are getting immediate retraining!
I'm not an officer, so I get to take it up the chain, coach their response, and then disseminate. Yup, don't get and never was paid enough for that job.
That's what I like about my grand kids. When they become work, I give them back.
Takes 10 days off between jobs...gets man flu immediately and misses a whole weekend of skiing.
Bolt up!!!!!! 23-17 eliminate the Ravens!!!
Good luck with The Pats. Though if ever a year that they’ve looked vulnerable...
His name is Tom Brady and he haunts my dreams!
My kid is a month old. How did THAT happen?
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