Emergency Laughter

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About Emergency Laughter

  • Birthday 11/27/1961

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    Author of Emergency Laughter, ex-EMT, Bering Sea Medic, Surgical Technologist, Educator

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    http://home.earthlink.net/~medicalhumor/mikecyra/

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    Seattle
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    Writing/Publishing
    medical humor,
    Disaster Response,
    Garage sales

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  1. BRAVO! Too F*#@in funny! Almost incontinent funny! Great job.
  2. 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....
  3. 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....
  4. ERDoc - island emt - Very funny post's, thank you for the early morning laughs.
  5. I've transported a pain in the butt..... but a toe.....which toe are we talking about?
  6. Congratulations Sir and happy retirement! Doesn't retirement really just mean that you're......BACK IN SERVICE!
  7. I had an acid trip like that once... Smelled like pine sol.....that's funny....NO, I mean, OMG that's horrible!.....NO, wait, I mean, I didn't know the Romans had chippers?
  8. Can't we vent to you? Your management. And where else are we to post our problems (if real)?
  9. Tell me WHY you want to become a medic?
  10. Better late than never.....Welcome to the city!
  11. 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? Again, welcome. Mike
  12. And your point is.........?
  13. Wow, that's the first time I've seen the lyrics to Stay'in Alive. Man I've been totally singing the wrong words all these years. All those people I was doing CPR on must of thought I was a DORK! "Yes sir, it's the right thing to do. If your order is correct on the screen, please drive forward to the second window."
  14. TOO FUNNY! I mean....NOW it's funny. Has anyone else had hospitals that had speed bumps on the only road in or out of the ER? I never understood that. We transported some high mucky-muck patient with a back injury to one of them. My partner was slightly off rolling over them, you know one wheel goes over then the other and you get tossed side to side pretty bad, even at half a mile per hour. High mucky-muck patient made all sorts of weird sounds. Next time we went to that ER the bumps were gone. I guess it's not what ya know, it's who ya know.
  15. WTF? We didn't have any supervisors! WTF is a supervisor? And WTF is a supervisor going to do? "OK get in the truck now, fasten your safety belt, did you adjust your mirrors? OK now you two be good boys out there ok? Mommy loves you! Bye Bye." You're kidding me right? Supervisor? Listen supervisor, I just worked a 24, I'm butt ass tired. Get my relief to the ER now. Have him drive an ambulance down and we'll swap out there...I don't know MikeEMT maybe it was just a different time in the 80's & 90's. As far as the story goes...Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu, Hawaii, leaving Kaiser Perm. Couldn't stick a pin up my ass....or a supervisor for that matter.