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On Humanity

“I can think of no more stirring symbol of man’s humanity to man than a fire engine” . . . Kurt Vonnegut No argument from me!            

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Counting To Ten Is Easier If You Have All Your Fingers

The July 4th Holiday is different for those who earn their livings (or volunteer) in emergency services. During my early years, I always offered to work on the 4th as  it was likely to be an interesting day.  It often … Continue reading

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A Somber Memory

Those of us who work, or have worked in emergency services or death care, all have our stories; those events that were etched into our memories, often in blood, never to fade until we ourselves take our last breath. This … Continue reading

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