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Last Build Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2017 13:52:07 +0000

 



Comment on Looking for the fire by Michael Morse

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 13:52:07 +0000

Thanks Doug, blotting my eyes right now!



Comment on Looking for the fire by Doug

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 12:28:17 +0000

I am a life-long buff who was lucky enough to get hired by my home-town department. I consider buffs, such as I, to be cheerleaders for the fire service (just do yourself a favor and don't imagine us in the cheerleader outfits.)



Comment on Police doing their job on Rt. 95 in Providence by Michael Morse

Sat, 11 Nov 2017 14:46:38 +0000

That is where you are mistaken, I am always right. And the criticism of the police action on Friday in Providence on social media is deafening.



Comment on Police doing their job on Rt. 95 in Providence by Mike

Sat, 11 Nov 2017 12:10:03 +0000

You are consistently wrong about most things. Us you are mostly right about this. The part you exaggerate needlessly is that there was some kind of an outcry against the police. There was none. Stop it. We must praise them when appropriate without fueling your brand of persecution anxiety that makes them feel at odds with the people who have graced them with the sacred duty to justly serve us, applying our sanctioned use of force on our behalf. And still, our delicate justice requires vigilance. So you should just simmer down.



Comment on Police doing their job on Rt. 95 in Providence by Michael Morse

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 15:20:39 +0000

Thanks Tom, you have worked on that overpass, very dangerous without somebody ramming cars, amazing the news makes no mention of the logistical complications due to the location of the incident.



Comment on Police doing their job on Rt. 95 in Providence by Tom Kenney

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 15:16:26 +0000

The men & women involved never wanted to discharge their weapons but many will say they were all too eager to gun an innocent person down. Fir SD t of all, he wasn't innocent. They (the police) attempted to give the driver a chance to give up and take himself and his passenger out of harm's way. He chose to continue to put officer's lives at risk (as well as those of the public) thereby choosing his own fate.



Comment on The EMS Shuffle by Michael Morse

Thu, 02 Nov 2017 19:09:37 +0000

It's not an editorial, it's a blog post, my editorials are longer and well thought out, this is simply my opinion following some time reading commentary concerning a medic who was chastised for walking slowly to a football player who lost consciousness.



Comment on The EMS Shuffle by Michael Morse

Thu, 02 Nov 2017 19:07:53 +0000

Thank you Ed, my sentiments exactly.



Comment on The EMS Shuffle by Ed

Thu, 02 Nov 2017 18:47:51 +0000

My advice is move like you would expect one to come to your aid..... even if you would only call for a true emergency. We only harm our own reputation and professional appearances by doing the casual Sunday morning stroll. The public despises nothing more than a crew who thinks they are God and the emergency is over just because I am almost at the patient side. There’s a thing called empathy that most medics seem to sleep through in school.



Comment on The EMS Shuffle by Kyle

Thu, 02 Nov 2017 18:37:30 +0000

Editorials like this are silly. It is frustrating to see people claim that the way they would do a thing could save a life or two with no proof or citation for such a claim. No arguments are made here, just inflammatory statements.