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BUDS189

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    New york
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    Muay Thai, Studyting medicine
  1. how many of you guys/gals buff jobs. a couple of people at my station love to sign out multiple radios and listen to PD and buff every job that comes over. i dont buff any, but i love when they do. personally i just rather sit at my CSL and play my PSP (tiger woods golf rules. lol).
  2. i graduated 6 months ago, we had our ceremony at laguardia community college. the ceremony wasnt horrible, we graduated with a medic class, there was alot of people there, the mayor wasnt. it lasted about 3 hours. all the chiefs and such are there and they all make nice speeches, a little long but nice overall. then each person gets called on stage and receives his thing thats says i finished fdny emt academy lol . then you go now! work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i have pics and stuff if you want to see just email me buds189@hotmail. com and i will send it to you
  3. does anyone have the working copy of paramedic toolbox for palm. the one in the file library here doesnt work. its a 40$ dollar program. was wondering if anyone here has it before i have to cough up the dough. really dont have he dough i work in EMS. cheers Anthony
  4. awsome stuff, really enjoyed it all, im a big fan already. as for your design ideas, just go with you think is right, cant go wrong that way. use your artistic ability to bring pride to EMS. Anthony
  5. hair bleach, mayo and a plunger.
  6. im from NY, staten island. where are you gonna be? and what kind of things do you like to do? i can make alot od suggestions for you, but tell me what you are into. Cheers Anthony
  7. thank you all for the information, now i know what i have to do. you have all been a great help, if you are ever in thailand look me up! cheers Anthony
  8. thank you all for the information, now i know what i have to do. you have all been a great help, if you are ever in thailand look me up! cheers Anthony
  9. thank you all for the information, now i know what i have to do. you have all been a great help, if you are ever in thailand look me up! cheers Anthony
  10. the doctor looked at him, and said to me, ohh he cannot eat bread any more because he has yeast in his blood.... DUH. i was like and how can you possible know this? no test.. typical thai.... he has had this cough for 2 months. the thai doctor also tried to put him on 3 yes 3 antibiotics at the same time. how can i help me poor old father in law....? thank you
  11. ok, this is new for me, have you heard of it? i am living in thailand with my thai wife. We took her father to see a thai doctor, he father had a stroke about 16 years ago, he is well. he smokes, and had developed a bad cough. the thai doctor told me he has yeast in his blood and canot eat bread anymore, keep in mind he eats bread once a week.... Rice is the meal here, lol. so what the hell is this about? is it real? have you ever heard of this before , or is just the typical thai doctors saying whatever they please? thank you.
  12. Tony was killed by Sal when the Head Alien took control off all the abductees during Year Zero. He was later brought back to life using a Martian ...
  13. Working in the field, do you find yourself depleted of study time or the lack thereof to study? I try to give myself a couple hours of study time a day (if applicable) to review my books and notes. how about you own personal study habits?
  14. i remember the first time i was there when someone died while we treated her. I was doing my ambulance rotations when i was taking my EMT-B course. She was a 73 y/o female having a MI, i was scared sh@tless, i was doing CPR compressions, feeling those brittle bones cracking from each compression, no cardio conversions on defibrillation. when i went back to class the next day, it was a weird experience, because this lady was dead, but here i am with my classmates talking about it, but i felt happy i got some action!? that was the oddest feeling for me back then. how about your oddest experien
  15. i was a radioman in the navy before i statred doing this, this is the only job i had since i've been out of the navy that i love. i feel the same pride i did when i was serving my country. and its a great opp... for me to futher my education in becoming a PA or MD
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