> “Heres the deal, Baconator.”
She’s awesome. Saying something that should be said
I have know idea how knowing algebra will benefit to my fire science A.A.S. in any way other than satisfying the colleges need for me to take a math course. Now i understand the need to know the basics, but i got that out of the way in High School. Out of all the classes I’m taking (Biology, Biology Lab, Algebra 148 and Building Construction/Collapse for Firefighters) guess which one i will actually use. And the winner is Building Construction! I’m NOT going to roll up on a building and need to figure out how i can best attack this warehouse fire using point-slope or slope intercept form. I find it funny that i can do math just fine, until i have to take a fucking class on it, and then my skill and confidence level drops faster than the American public’s confidence in the NSA.
BTW, if i have offended the NSA with that last joke, feel free to read my emails. All you’ll get a long chain of emails stating how much i fucking hate math..
Shout out to the febreeze air freshener car AC clips because I usually keep my bunker gear in the back of my vehicle all the time and since I got the AC clip you can’t even tell its back there most of the time. I know for a fact that my gear smells bad.
Yes! I normally keep my bunker gear, a scott-pack and a BLS kit in my car since I respond from home. They are the one of the greatest gifts to mankind.
Get to know | John Owen-Jones
A photo of me next to Schenectady Fire-Rescue’s memorial bell at the 9/11 memorial service. In the background are several girders from the World Trade Center.
When a normal person says “Keds,” I think Spinal stabilization, not shoes.
When a normal person says “a lot of blood,” I think of a very, very different am amount.
When a normal person says “ALS,” I think of Advanced Life Support, not Lou Gehrig’s disease.
And a “quickie” is a call that places you out of service for no more than 30 minutes, not fast paced coitus.
I HAVE REACHED 100 FOLLOWERS!
When i started this blog as a school project 2 years ago i had no idea how it would turn out. My blog has gone from a blog to protest the closures of firehouses nationwide to my personal blog and what my friends have called the unofficial blog of ‘Schenectady’s Bravest.’ I want to thank every one of my followers, it is because of you i have reached this milestone!