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First Aid Nyeeguuuh

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by chorus, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. chorus

    chorus Senior Member

    Joined: Dec 20, 2005 Messages: 1,083 Likes Received: 38
    So I'm working working the other day, on the first of my two jobs (not the one with autistic kids), and some eldery lady came up and asked me for directions. I didn't know the building and she didn't know the street name so I apologised and said I couldn't help. She turns around to ask a taxi parked at a red light, trips on the curb and smashes her face into the window pretty hard. I go to see if she's ok but she's standing and her husband is doing the do before I even get close so I go back to my job. I'm in a soft mood and feeling bad for her (she's standing but looks hurt and her husband is holding her) so i figure when I get done with what I'm doing, I'll fuck off and find the place she was looking for. I turn to look again and she's collapsed on the street corner with her husband freaking out. I'm not first on the scene, before I can do anything some lady who seemed to be a trained nurse has calmly turned her on her side and is asking the relevant questions. The turning thing is not something I would of known to do at all.

    Reflecting on it, it occurred to me that knowing these things is something that I will find usefull on a regular basis. For instance in the last 3 months I can think of four situations I've been in where it would of helped if I had known first aid. (there have probably been more that have slipped my memory). Plus I work with Autistic kids. Them little nigga's is always fucking themselves up.

    Anyone done one?

    Discuss.

    *typo
     
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  2. Dog Chapman

    Dog Chapman Dirty Dozen Crew

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    I have first aid, h2s, dangerous driving, whmis, irp 16 and start right... all need to work in the oil field.
     
  3. chorus

    chorus Senior Member

    Joined: Dec 20, 2005 Messages: 1,083 Likes Received: 38
    Anything you want me to tell about picking a first aid course or in general?
     
  4. Dog Chapman

    Dog Chapman Dirty Dozen Crew

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    the recovery position
     
  5. willy.wonka

    willy.wonka Banned

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    no matter what\


    put your balls in her mouth
     
  6. shaolinmasta

    shaolinmasta Veteran Member

    Joined: Mar 26, 2003 Messages: 7,884 Likes Received: 157
    correct answer, negroes know where it's at T-Bag that trick.
     
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