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    i got a promotion at work. finally feels like i'm not doing meaningless work anymore.

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    Congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanfairchild View Post
    i got a promotion at work. finally feels like i'm not doing meaningless work anymore.
    cool cr****

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanfairchild View Post
    i got a promotion at work. finally feels like i'm not doing meaningless work anymore.
    GET PAID

    Edit: DOLLAR DOLLAR BILL YALL *MAKE IT RAIN HAND MOTIONS*
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    Just cuz .... love is good ... cr****

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    its friday

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    cocaine is great to counter alcohol consumption, too.
    sounds like a plan!

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    I was just looking for this thread.

    Got my first aid and CPR certifications yesterday. Go ahead, try to die in front of me. Took the class a couple weeks ago, got the cards yesterday. Not even a week after the class I was witness to a crazy ass car accident. I was pretty damn nervous, but I just took a nice deep breath and hauled-ass over there. Luckily no one was seriously injured. I would have tried to help regardless of training, but it's nice to know some extra things.
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    Awesome. What prompted the certifications?

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    I have a PT job where certification is required. That aside, it's still nice to have.

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    I always recommend that people should at least get basic adult CPR certified. Even if you let the certification expire, you would at least have the basic knowledge to perform if you encounter an adult cardiac arrest.

    Good for you for trying to help. Most people would just stand there and watch.

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    Good for you for trying to help. Most people would just stand there and watch.
    It's pretty fucking crazy how true this is. It's also pretty interesting how badly people need instruction. While in the class, I found it odd that pointing directly to someone and telling them to call 9-1-1 was the thing to do. I figure if you see an accident, you call for help, or you go help. I also found it extremely amazing how it actually worked. I pointed to a guy running out of a business with two other co-workers and said "You, call 9-1-1!!" He stopped dead in his tracks and turned back around while his other two co-workers kept running to the scene...and stood there to watch. I didn't even get to tell him to come back. hahaha. I know at least two people had called. There was also another guy there who had been certified a long time. We talked a bit after emergency responders showed and things calmed down, he thanked me, though I didn't feel I did much. Then we talked about the lady in scrubs that wanted to remove everyone from the vehicles.

    It's not something I normally think about, and I'd assume not many people do, but now having some basic knowledge feels pretty good.

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    That is awesome, good for you Marooko.
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    Thank you folks, I wasn't expecting much of a response at all, and definitely not the kind words.

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    It's funny the way people react to scenarios. Very unpredictable. Sometimes, you do need to tell someone to call emergency because they usually freeze up or assume that someone has already done so. Sometimes, the victim/patient won't even call emergency. S/he might have called a loved one instead.
    Even though you feel you didn't do much, you might have become someone else's hero. I remember this one call I did. Simple fall with a laceration to the back of the head. Pt was in hysterics. All I did was hold his hand the entire ride to the hospital. It meant the world to him.

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    Those are great points, and oh so true. The lady in the passenger seat of the SUV immediately got on her phone, she was talking to a loved one. I spoke with the guy in the Honda, which was mangled, asking him to stay still and to try to relax as best he could. Asked where he was feeling pain and how he felt. He came up to me afterwords, shook my hand and said thank you, and that I was a great help. And about the emergency calls, I was there about 2-3 minutes before I heard anyone mention it, it had already been covered. The guy I pointed at and sent to call, did so, and the other guy who was certified also called. All in all it was an interesting situation. It was nice to get a thank you, even though I felt I did what anyone should have done. People were immediately talking about how crazy the accident was, emergency wasn't even there yet. There were definitely more people there just to watch. No blame or judgment, just interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin View Post
    It's funny the way people react to scenarios. Very unpredictable. Sometimes, you do need to tell someone to call emergency because they usually freeze up or assume that someone has already done so. Sometimes, the victim/patient won't even call emergency. S/he might have called a loved one instead.
    Even though you feel you didn't do much, you might have become someone else's hero. I remember this one call I did. Simple fall with a laceration to the back of the head. Pt was in hysterics. All I did was hold his hand the entire ride to the hospital. It meant the world to him.
    It's amazing how what you think is small thing can make a world of difference. The one time I called 911 it was when a coworker had a pulmonary enbolism in the lunch room. Everyone thought she had just fainted and didn't want to overreact, but they couldn't revive her so I called to be on the safe side. I didn't have first aid or anything and wasn't much help until the ambulance arrived, and as it turned out she wouldn't have survived if she didn't get to hospital. When I visited later her mom hugged me and said I was the one that saved her life. I was surprised to hear her say that.
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    I just went to the dentist for a crown seating and when she caught me staring at them, the assistant gave me the resin bite-test models that were cast from my imprints at the lab. Fuck all y'all, I've got a hinged precision model of my own jaw.

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    My grandson Thomas, graduated from basic.... way to go dude.... cr****

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    I really love life right now.


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    Find freedom on this canvas.
    Believe that you can do it, cause you can do it*





    Amen motherfucker.

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    That was awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahrain View Post
    I just went to the dentist for a crown seating and when she caught me staring at them, the assistant gave me the resin bite-test models that were cast from my imprints at the lab. Fuck all y'all, I've got a hinged precision model of my own jaw.
    Pics or it didn't happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahrain View Post
    I just went to the dentist for a crown seating and when she caught me staring at them, the assistant gave me the resin bite-test models that were cast from my imprints at the lab. Fuck all y'all, I've got a hinged precision model of my own jaw.
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    We're spending the weekend in Radium BC with friends at their condo. 30 degree temps expected; will be poolside with a drink in hand the whole time.
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    Today I went to buy some Tomatillos and someone used that odd word again ..... WORK... hummm. Trust me, I am the worst person to listen too, but work hard, and it pays off, no weird secret, just do the job ... cr****
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    Today is my Wednesday

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    Back in Brooklyn after an amazing 5 1/2 days in London highlighted by a Blur gig which was probably the best live show I've ever seen and becoming officially engaged to my girlfriend on a sunny day in Hyde Park the following afternoon. It was a very good week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Dylanja View Post
    Today is my Wednesday
    did you go to the rr show ? wish you would havee dropped by, working on my french dips yummy .......... late .. cr****

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    CONGRATS CRISPIN!
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