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Oh dude....way cool! That trains gonna like, catch air maaaaaan! Like, Awesome dude, like, air time dude. And then the garden hose will explode in like, a sploosh of water spray that will like, frame the train in like a halo of rainbow colored awesomeness. Totally!!! OK like, when's the train coming dude? Dude? whoa....
Dear ClutzyEMT and ERDoc,
Clutzy, first of all, thank you for posting about your patient. It's a good reminder to all of us that we cannot judge people. Bad things happen to good people and there but for the grace of God go I...or however it goes. Believe me, I know, I've been on both sides of the knife. We can't judge people because you just don't know. Compassion and good naps are the order of the day.
NOW...I personally, don't think ERDoc was disrespecting his patient at all. I agree with him totally about the end of life thing. Let her do what she wants. The facility is the one that's full of shit and wasting resources. Hell, he even sat behind her so he could chuckle TO HIMSELF. Just my opinion.
ERDoc, THANKS A *!##*ING LOT!!! That kittyfrog picture scared the hell outta me! Now I got coffee in my keyboard....DON'T YOU THINK BEFORE YOU POST? scared the bajesus outta me....
Welcome Icepax, you guys in the UK (EMS and NHS) have a great sense of humour! (For all you Yanks reading this, that's British for humor) Have you ever crossed paths with Tom Reynolds (real name Brian Kellett), the UK medic who wrote the book Blood, Sweat and Tea...which was turned into the UK show Sirens?