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I am very dedicated to my work. I wear Paramedic/EMS shirts every day, even when I'm not on duty. The EMS station is my second home, and my second family. It often seems as if my life revolves around

"Ten Simple Rules for Dating My Daughter" Rule One: If you pull into my driveway and honk you'd better be delivering a package, because you're sure not picking anything up. Rule Two: You do

My fifteen year old thinks I am a wild man that willl redily embarass her if her suitor isn't to my liking. She is right.

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...... I LOVE IT !!!!!! Better than sending the Little sister along !!!!

EFF4, you had me all wrapped up in that story up to the point where you said that you were following in his footsteps...

A dad that lets his baby become a paramedic?? Unthinkable!

But he sounds like a good guy none the less...


Agreed Dwayne, i have encouraged my daughter towards med school should she want to go in to health care. So far she is planning on going to the Naval Academy at Annapolis and letting the Navy pay for school ... I LOVE my daughter !!!!!

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Have her also try for the US Military Academy at West Point, NY (GO ARMY!), or US Air Force Academy in Colorado. All good schools, as is Annapolis (MD) Naval Academy, and on total government dime.

Absolutely Richard, I have suggested all of the academies to her, The object of my affection's daughter is planning to attend West Point. My daughter however is planning to follow the family tradition as closely as possible.We are a Marine family and since the Marines do not have a medical division, Navy will have to do! LOL...


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