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Greetings and Salutations...Part Deux...

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#1 prncssmdc



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Posted 27 March 2017 - 09:55 PM

I'm back. Was chatting with a friend of mine about this place and some of the people I "met" on here. Thought I'd come back and check it out. Very sorry to see not much going on here (and feel bad that I didn't come back before now.

So...Let's see...First time on this board I was in my first year as a medic. That was 12 years ago. I'm a Critical Care Paramedic and FTO, at a private service that does 911 and all the other shit that private services do.

I'm married (he's also a medic, in school for RT) have a total of 4 kids between the two of us ranging in age from. 15-19. Just bought a new house so in process of getting one ready to live in and one ready to sell.

I'm known for my bluntness. My cursing. It's not that I'm trying to piss people off, it just happens. And I'm good with that.

Other than that...I'm a Cancer, INTP (hence the blunt), enjoy long walks on the beach, and much to my surprise, I scare new hires.

I came back because you people pushed me to be a better medic, and honestly I've been slacking. Hopefully enough of us can congregate again so y'all can challenge me again.

I enjoy most alcoholic beverages, partial currently to the Sazerac. However, used to be tradition for the newbie to buy a round...So whaddya all want, bar's open.
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We don't just embrace INSANITY here. We feel it up, french kiss it and then buy it a drink.

#2 PSYCtest040



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Posted 08 July 2017 - 11:09 PM

It's been far too long for a lot of us. This year I was hired at a county ALS agency after 12 years at a private service. Couple weeks ago I was made an ALS/BLS and driver trainer. Next on my every plan is to become qualified as an RSI medic.
Welfare was never intended to be a career opportunity.

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Stewie Griffin: Look, I really don't want to go to hell, but I can't stop my nature. I'm just a hateful person. Wait a minute. Of course, that's it! If I'm drunk, I'll be calm; if I'm calm, I'll be nice; and if I'm nice, I won't go to hell. Fix me a highball. I'm going to get good and tight.

#3 brandon911


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Posted 23 July 2017 - 07:52 PM

I just logged in on a whim. I've been a medic now for 11 years. I was a flight medic for 6 years. Gave that up last March. I've been the EMS director at the angency I've been with since I started as a medic for a little over 5 years now. I moved once. Have 3 dogs. One currently in training for SAR.

I became an avid whiskey/bourbon collector. Have just north of 100 bottles in my home bar now. I'm still dealing with BS from past employees 5 years later. But I guess some people never get over it 🙄. Glad to see some familiar names.