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I was told I could do anything, but nobody told me I had to get a degree to do it.

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#29 - Oh Jesus like 20,000 people in the whole county, max. The town…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/17/2015 on Scinx 2 +2
User avatar #30 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
bachelors degree in what?
User avatar #31 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
General Bachelor of Arts, trying to get all the general requirements out of the way now. Probably going to change to an Associates because I despise school, and I don't know what made me think going back was a good idea.
User avatar #32 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel ya.
User avatar #116 - slothboner (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel your moms pussy you military faggot.
#27 - I guess I should point out that calls are few and far between …  [+] (6 new replies) 03/17/2015 on Scinx 2 +1
User avatar #28 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I plan to have it as a full time job because we need more firefighters where I live currently. (How big is your pop count?)
User avatar #29 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
Oh Jesus like 20,000 people in the whole county, max. The town where I volunteered before had at least 30,000 in the city alone, and I already know a lot of the guys there so I'm looking to go back as soon as I'm finished kidding myself with this Bachelors Degree.
User avatar #30 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
bachelors degree in what?
User avatar #31 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
General Bachelor of Arts, trying to get all the general requirements out of the way now. Probably going to change to an Associates because I despise school, and I don't know what made me think going back was a good idea.
User avatar #32 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel ya.
User avatar #116 - slothboner (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel your moms pussy you military faggot.
#24 - I've only been a fireman for total time about 18 months, but I…  [+] (8 new replies) 03/17/2015 on Scinx 2 +8
User avatar #26 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
Sounds like a more straightforward job then police work so I think I will lean more towards that after the military thanks a lot for your perspective on things.
User avatar #27 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
I guess I should point out that calls are few and far between most of the time. Knock on wood I don't ruin this, but my department hasn't gotten a call for almost a month, but out neighboring station has been going out two or three times a week. There's no math to figuring out how often you'll get called, and it's probably bad juju to think about it.

Also, I'm not getting paid a dime since I'm a volunteer, I get money back for taxes (even though I don't have a job to worry about taxes, so really I'm doing this for the hell of it). I want to move to a city and go full time though, they usually work 24 hours on, 48 hours off.
User avatar #28 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I plan to have it as a full time job because we need more firefighters where I live currently. (How big is your pop count?)
User avatar #29 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
Oh Jesus like 20,000 people in the whole county, max. The town where I volunteered before had at least 30,000 in the city alone, and I already know a lot of the guys there so I'm looking to go back as soon as I'm finished kidding myself with this Bachelors Degree.
User avatar #30 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
bachelors degree in what?
User avatar #31 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
General Bachelor of Arts, trying to get all the general requirements out of the way now. Probably going to change to an Associates because I despise school, and I don't know what made me think going back was a good idea.
User avatar #32 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel ya.
User avatar #116 - slothboner (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel your moms pussy you military faggot.
#20 - That's not my picture sadly, but I wish it was because it look…  [+] (10 new replies) 03/17/2015 on Scinx 2 +26
User avatar #21 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I've been thinking of becoming a policeman or fireman in the future after possible military service. Anything you think I should know about being a destroyer of hells?
User avatar #24 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
I've only been a fireman for total time about 18 months, but I wouldn't trade it for anything. But while I love being able to help people, I do it because I'm an adrenaline junkie and the Army turned me down, those smug fucks .

Thankfully, most of the time we get a call, it's usually something simple like a fallen tree branch or someone fell down (I live in the boonies, only volunteers out here).
Then you get an actual fire, like a brush fire or a structure fire, and that shit is just plain fun. It's hard and it'll tire you out really quick, but it's fun. Like, raging boner fun.
But then you get to the serious bits. Vehicle accidents with entrapment, structure fires with entrapment, and Medical Calls.
Vehicle accidents are pretty much 50/50. 50% chance you can, and will, get them to an ambulance before it's too late, and 50% chance they're dead on impact or clearly not going to make it. I've seen more dismembered body parts than I would like to say, and I'm not even 20 yet.
Structures with entrapment is pretty rare here in the boonies, so I couldn't tell you what that is like, but I spent most of my Fireman 1 and 2 training above three stories, and it's pretty terrifying.
Then Medical calls. I'm not licensed as an EMT, but I am 1st Responder certified (backboards, c collars, oxygen, that kinda stuff) and I responded to a call just last week where a patient was unresponsive. First on scene in my own truck with no gear, and the only time I've ever had to do CPR and I was doing it on someone that the EMTs assure me was already dead. I honestly think it's more stressful than anything else, because you don't have the chaos of a burning building or crushed car to make it feel like an emergency. You're in someones house, and it's a really odd tranquility. It's one of the things that has struck me the most so far, and it really wasn't even that big of an event.

TL;DR Do it if you want to feel awesome about helping people, want some awesome stories, and you want to be a part of a really fucked up, adrenaline junkie, nationwide family.
User avatar #26 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
Sounds like a more straightforward job then police work so I think I will lean more towards that after the military thanks a lot for your perspective on things.
User avatar #27 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
I guess I should point out that calls are few and far between most of the time. Knock on wood I don't ruin this, but my department hasn't gotten a call for almost a month, but out neighboring station has been going out two or three times a week. There's no math to figuring out how often you'll get called, and it's probably bad juju to think about it.

Also, I'm not getting paid a dime since I'm a volunteer, I get money back for taxes (even though I don't have a job to worry about taxes, so really I'm doing this for the hell of it). I want to move to a city and go full time though, they usually work 24 hours on, 48 hours off.
User avatar #28 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I plan to have it as a full time job because we need more firefighters where I live currently. (How big is your pop count?)
User avatar #29 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
Oh Jesus like 20,000 people in the whole county, max. The town where I volunteered before had at least 30,000 in the city alone, and I already know a lot of the guys there so I'm looking to go back as soon as I'm finished kidding myself with this Bachelors Degree.
User avatar #30 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
bachelors degree in what?
User avatar #31 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
General Bachelor of Arts, trying to get all the general requirements out of the way now. Probably going to change to an Associates because I despise school, and I don't know what made me think going back was a good idea.
User avatar #32 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel ya.
User avatar #116 - slothboner (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel your moms pussy you military faggot.
#18 - We call it bunker gear or turnout gear here in the States. Bri…  [+] (12 new replies) 03/17/2015 on Scinx 2 +21
User avatar #19 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
Oh so you're a fireman? Thats cool man.
User avatar #20 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
That's not my picture sadly, but I wish it was because it looks like the Cheeki Breeki of firemen.
User avatar #21 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I've been thinking of becoming a policeman or fireman in the future after possible military service. Anything you think I should know about being a destroyer of hells?
User avatar #24 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
I've only been a fireman for total time about 18 months, but I wouldn't trade it for anything. But while I love being able to help people, I do it because I'm an adrenaline junkie and the Army turned me down, those smug fucks .

Thankfully, most of the time we get a call, it's usually something simple like a fallen tree branch or someone fell down (I live in the boonies, only volunteers out here).
Then you get an actual fire, like a brush fire or a structure fire, and that shit is just plain fun. It's hard and it'll tire you out really quick, but it's fun. Like, raging boner fun.
But then you get to the serious bits. Vehicle accidents with entrapment, structure fires with entrapment, and Medical Calls.
Vehicle accidents are pretty much 50/50. 50% chance you can, and will, get them to an ambulance before it's too late, and 50% chance they're dead on impact or clearly not going to make it. I've seen more dismembered body parts than I would like to say, and I'm not even 20 yet.
Structures with entrapment is pretty rare here in the boonies, so I couldn't tell you what that is like, but I spent most of my Fireman 1 and 2 training above three stories, and it's pretty terrifying.
Then Medical calls. I'm not licensed as an EMT, but I am 1st Responder certified (backboards, c collars, oxygen, that kinda stuff) and I responded to a call just last week where a patient was unresponsive. First on scene in my own truck with no gear, and the only time I've ever had to do CPR and I was doing it on someone that the EMTs assure me was already dead. I honestly think it's more stressful than anything else, because you don't have the chaos of a burning building or crushed car to make it feel like an emergency. You're in someones house, and it's a really odd tranquility. It's one of the things that has struck me the most so far, and it really wasn't even that big of an event.

TL;DR Do it if you want to feel awesome about helping people, want some awesome stories, and you want to be a part of a really fucked up, adrenaline junkie, nationwide family.
User avatar #26 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
Sounds like a more straightforward job then police work so I think I will lean more towards that after the military thanks a lot for your perspective on things.
User avatar #27 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
I guess I should point out that calls are few and far between most of the time. Knock on wood I don't ruin this, but my department hasn't gotten a call for almost a month, but out neighboring station has been going out two or three times a week. There's no math to figuring out how often you'll get called, and it's probably bad juju to think about it.

Also, I'm not getting paid a dime since I'm a volunteer, I get money back for taxes (even though I don't have a job to worry about taxes, so really I'm doing this for the hell of it). I want to move to a city and go full time though, they usually work 24 hours on, 48 hours off.
User avatar #28 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I plan to have it as a full time job because we need more firefighters where I live currently. (How big is your pop count?)
User avatar #29 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
Oh Jesus like 20,000 people in the whole county, max. The town where I volunteered before had at least 30,000 in the city alone, and I already know a lot of the guys there so I'm looking to go back as soon as I'm finished kidding myself with this Bachelors Degree.
User avatar #30 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
bachelors degree in what?
User avatar #31 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
General Bachelor of Arts, trying to get all the general requirements out of the way now. Probably going to change to an Associates because I despise school, and I don't know what made me think going back was a good idea.
User avatar #32 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel ya.
User avatar #116 - slothboner (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel your moms pussy you military faggot.
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#13 - sandpounder (03/17/2015) [-]
yes
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User avatar #136 - clannadqs (03/17/2015) [-]
Cold Steel is overrated in my opinion. Used to own a lot of them, but I never thought highly of any of them other than my mini AK. Just felt cheap
#106 - Absolute Madman (03/17/2015) [-]
I love military tanto style knives
#110 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
I carry this with my everywhere. Browning Black Label Flash.

Fun story, the other day I was pulling my phone out of my pocket and I realized my hand wasn't coming out. Turns out it had opened up and stuck into my pinky. Nothing more than a little hole, but it took me about an hour to put it back in my pocket.
User avatar #94 - toncheky (03/17/2015) [-]
noice
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You're probably right
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Cruella is a Furrier and has been known to strangle her walking coats prey

So I think it would be
#1 - >The body odor one Under most circumstances, my sw…  [+] (20 new replies) 03/16/2015 on Scinx 2 +126
User avatar #75 - commontroll (03/17/2015) [-]
Nice to see somebody else in emergency services on FJ. EMT student here.
User avatar #17 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
Bunker Gear?
User avatar #83 - commoncrunch (03/17/2015) [-]
Metal Gear?
#18 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
We call it bunker gear or turnout gear here in the States. Britbongs call it a fire kit, and the Chinese call it Incident Gear.

Bunker gear because A: it sits at the end of your bunk. B: You feel like a walking bunker in the stuff.
User avatar #19 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
Oh so you're a fireman? Thats cool man.
User avatar #20 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
That's not my picture sadly, but I wish it was because it looks like the Cheeki Breeki of firemen.
User avatar #21 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I've been thinking of becoming a policeman or fireman in the future after possible military service. Anything you think I should know about being a destroyer of hells?
User avatar #24 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
I've only been a fireman for total time about 18 months, but I wouldn't trade it for anything. But while I love being able to help people, I do it because I'm an adrenaline junkie and the Army turned me down, those smug fucks .

Thankfully, most of the time we get a call, it's usually something simple like a fallen tree branch or someone fell down (I live in the boonies, only volunteers out here).
Then you get an actual fire, like a brush fire or a structure fire, and that shit is just plain fun. It's hard and it'll tire you out really quick, but it's fun. Like, raging boner fun.
But then you get to the serious bits. Vehicle accidents with entrapment, structure fires with entrapment, and Medical Calls.
Vehicle accidents are pretty much 50/50. 50% chance you can, and will, get them to an ambulance before it's too late, and 50% chance they're dead on impact or clearly not going to make it. I've seen more dismembered body parts than I would like to say, and I'm not even 20 yet.
Structures with entrapment is pretty rare here in the boonies, so I couldn't tell you what that is like, but I spent most of my Fireman 1 and 2 training above three stories, and it's pretty terrifying.
Then Medical calls. I'm not licensed as an EMT, but I am 1st Responder certified (backboards, c collars, oxygen, that kinda stuff) and I responded to a call just last week where a patient was unresponsive. First on scene in my own truck with no gear, and the only time I've ever had to do CPR and I was doing it on someone that the EMTs assure me was already dead. I honestly think it's more stressful than anything else, because you don't have the chaos of a burning building or crushed car to make it feel like an emergency. You're in someones house, and it's a really odd tranquility. It's one of the things that has struck me the most so far, and it really wasn't even that big of an event.

TL;DR Do it if you want to feel awesome about helping people, want some awesome stories, and you want to be a part of a really fucked up, adrenaline junkie, nationwide family.
User avatar #26 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
Sounds like a more straightforward job then police work so I think I will lean more towards that after the military thanks a lot for your perspective on things.
User avatar #27 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
I guess I should point out that calls are few and far between most of the time. Knock on wood I don't ruin this, but my department hasn't gotten a call for almost a month, but out neighboring station has been going out two or three times a week. There's no math to figuring out how often you'll get called, and it's probably bad juju to think about it.

Also, I'm not getting paid a dime since I'm a volunteer, I get money back for taxes (even though I don't have a job to worry about taxes, so really I'm doing this for the hell of it). I want to move to a city and go full time though, they usually work 24 hours on, 48 hours off.
User avatar #28 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I plan to have it as a full time job because we need more firefighters where I live currently. (How big is your pop count?)
User avatar #29 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
Oh Jesus like 20,000 people in the whole county, max. The town where I volunteered before had at least 30,000 in the city alone, and I already know a lot of the guys there so I'm looking to go back as soon as I'm finished kidding myself with this Bachelors Degree.
User avatar #30 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
bachelors degree in what?
User avatar #31 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
General Bachelor of Arts, trying to get all the general requirements out of the way now. Probably going to change to an Associates because I despise school, and I don't know what made me think going back was a good idea.
User avatar #32 - seikestrom (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel ya.
User avatar #116 - slothboner (03/17/2015) [-]
I feel your moms pussy you military faggot.
#11 - sandpounder (03/17/2015) [-]
Me too. I usually put some degree on but thats just so i smell nice.
There have been days when i forget but no one notices. I've even asked people to smell me after a workout and nothing.
#12 - gjtz (03/17/2015) [-]
>I've even asked people to smell me after a workout and nothing

I don't know if you have good friends, or weird friends.
#13 - sandpounder (03/17/2015) [-]
yes
User avatar #10 - CaptainPugwash (03/17/2015) [-]
It's most likely the clothes. That fact is bullshit; no-one's sweat actually smells. What causes some people to get body odour is the bacteria that live next to the pores, feed an digest on your sweat when there is any, and then excrete a bad smell themselves.
Source - Some SciShow video that I'm too lazy to find
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You're right. I'll upload the prologue now. I don't know why I didn't just do that. Just a few minutes and I'll put the link in the content.
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User avatar #17 - anonshenanigans (03/17/2015) [-]
Thank you for your services.
User avatar #9 - otot (03/15/2015) [-]
Richard, is this you?
User avatar #10 to #9 - gjtz ONLINE (03/15/2015) [-]
If you're asking for Dick, you've come to the right place.
I don't even know a Richard. Sorry bruh.
User avatar #11 to #10 - otot (03/15/2015) [-]
I just saw a post where you had a kid and lost motivation for the gym. Have a friend who's going through the same thing. Good luck though.
User avatar #12 to #11 - gjtz ONLINE (03/15/2015) [-]
Check on ibowtobacon, he made that comment.
User avatar #13 to #12 - otot (03/15/2015) [-]
Annnnnnnd, im a dumbass
User avatar #14 to #13 - gjtz ONLINE (03/15/2015) [-]
Don't worry, I'm retarded for a few hours a day too.
User avatar #8 - gugek (03/04/2015) [-]
hey, i love you.
#6 - thelizardlord (02/14/2015) [-]
I did not forget
#7 to #6 - gjtz ONLINE (02/15/2015) [-]
User avatar #4 - alexclement (08/02/2013) [-]
Do you want your FJ points? Only use is in items game and you don't play,
#5 to #4 - gjtz ONLINE (08/02/2013) [-]
I'm still waiting for the FJ Store.
I'm still waiting for the FJ Store.
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