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#252 - I've personally never used the lights or sirens to shoo people… 03/28/2015 on Fat Shaming Friday Comp 3 0
#250 - No, you baked potato! A mental illness isn't a choice. Eating …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/28/2015 on Fat Shaming Friday Comp 3 0
User avatar #251 - IamSofaKingdom (03/28/2015) [-]
The welfare example still fits perfectly into your illogical rage.
#26 - Oh but it is. See, I have the misfortune of being a paramedic.…  [+] (11 new replies) 03/28/2015 on Fat Shaming Friday Comp 3 +24
#233 - IamSofaKingdom (03/28/2015) [-]
Then we should shame people with mental illnesses because they kill people right? What if a kid with downs accidentally caused 8 people to die, should we shame them too? We lose more money on people abusing systems like welfare then on fat people (who incidentally bring in a whole lot of revenue popping them pills and diabetic medication) so we should mock people on welfare right?

No, this is just a random internet target that has gotten popular. Your "justifications" are just as general and pointless as any other. Encouraging them to lose weight and stressing the importance of weight loss and healthy habits is one thing, trying to justify mocking and belittling other people because you feel sour about your situation in life is a totally different thing.
#250 - nuciferatu (03/28/2015) [-]
No, you baked potato! A mental illness isn't a choice. Eating the 5th hamburger is. Sitting on your ass for 16 hours a day is. Not giving a shit that you're a coronary waiting to happen is. This is the difference. I hate people who have a choice, yet they consciously make the wrong one because they're indolent and egotistical. It's like a drunk guy choosing to get behind the wheel: an accident waiting to happen.

And yes, I used to be polite. Once. I used to be nice and kind and friendly to everyone, including the fat ones. I kind of lost it on the way. After hearing them saying "So what if I'm fat? My healthcare covers the surgery, right?" or "What do you mean I don't fit in the CT machine?! Fuck you for making it so small". No. Fuck you for being larger than any human has the right to be.

Fun story: kid of 12 lands in ICU with floored vitals after having collapsed on the schoolyard. The kid is easily 100K. His mom, who is possibly 200K is screaming on the phone. Wanna guess to whom? The PE teacher. She's calling him a "motherfucker" and threatening to sue him because he had the audacity - during PE class - to suggest to his son that if he's not comfortable running laps to just "walk briskly" behind the pack. This is why he went into HV shock and keeled over. From briskly walking around the fucking playground. And here's the kicker: after the kid gets discharged (the doc gave her a very stern talking-to about how the kid needs to lose weight or he won't make 30) I overhear her say to him "Do you want a lolly? Come on, mommy will buy you a lolly".

Seriously. No other group has made me lose more faith in humanity than fat people.
User avatar #251 - IamSofaKingdom (03/28/2015) [-]
The welfare example still fits perfectly into your illogical rage.
#248 - perper (03/28/2015) [-]
I don't think we should shame anyone. Yea, it's okay to say "Being over weight is unhealthy and you should get in shape" but you shouldn't say "lose weight you fat land whales". Is it wrong that I think we should be fucking polite to people? You shouldn't shame people at all. Sorry to disagree with you.

By the way the response is late because I actually have shit to do
User avatar #249 - IamSofaKingdom (03/28/2015) [-]
I think you responded to the wrong guy here.
User avatar #200 - vexille (03/28/2015) [-]
I salute you sir. Keep doing what you're doing.

I find it funny how that perper guy hasn't responded. I guess most people here cant take a well-written response.
I also find it ironic people here actually have lives and are important.
User avatar #149 - SteyrAUG (03/28/2015) [-]
Damn, you destroyed that guy's virgin asshole.

Hey perper, you got a response?
User avatar #73 - fatbutler (03/28/2015) [-]
Can I buy you a hooker or something? You seem like you got a lot of pent up stress.

You're right though. 100% Right.
#60 - superanonymouspers (03/28/2015) [-]
...shit. saying it like it is.

I've always wondered what it's like for a paramedic and I respect anyone with the courage to take such a position. which also infuriates me when I see people abuse the position and power they have.

Where I live (US, Florida) every now and then I see a firefighter or an ambulance throw on their lights so they can skip a red light or something.
User avatar #252 - nuciferatu (03/28/2015) [-]
I've personally never used the lights or sirens to shoo people out of the way when I wasn't on a dispatch. And the reason for that is simple: when I'm not driving to a dispatch, I can relax. I drive slow and I try to enjoy it because some days it's the only low-speed time I have. I have colleagues whom I know for a fact abused that every now and then (including one who was caught doing it and was suspended). It's not as common as you might think though.

As far as the job itself goes, it's... harsh. I'm not going to sugarcoat it. I have days where I grab 20 minute naps in the back of the truck on a long dispatch and it's the only sleep I get for that day. I have days where I help in trauma or triage and I'm elbow-deep in guts trying to stop some poor Joe from bleeding out before the doc gets to him. I've seen shit that nobody has any right seeing: a mom holding half a kid to her chest, motorbiker who ground his face into the asphalt over a 5 meter streak, wood worker with his arm pulverized by machinery, you name it. I've had people die in my hands. Children holding my arm with strength the likes of which no child could ever have, begging me not to let them die. I get nightmares. But I chose to do this. I knew what was involved and I made a conscious, non-pressured choice.

There's a flip side too: the first 30 minutes of any accident are crucial. If the Joe is still alive when I get to him, chances are I'm gonna keep him that way. I literally save lives. It's kinda the closest thing to a superhero that a human can get! Though the real hero here is modern emergency medicine. I'm just the Robin. The o2 tube, he defib, the synthetic adrenaline, the muscle relaxants, the pressure tie, the bloodXfusion kit. All that shit is amazing and I'm usually the best-positioned to use them in time.

And I love the gratitude. I love it when the husband gives me a hug because I spent 30 minutes pumping his wife's chest and finally managed to get her heart going again. When the mother tears up because I noticed her son's spinal injury and secured him before he could get permanent damage. He can still walk thanks to me.

So yeah... if you want to live your life as a rollercoaster of highs and lows, get a job in emergency medicine; EMTs, paramedics, ER docs/nurses, trauma core, triage. That's where all the fun is
#51 - xyrik (03/28/2015) [-]
I have to agree with you.
#24 - Fat is a sin. Your body is your temple and you're ********…  [+] (17 new replies) 03/28/2015 on Fat Shaming Friday Comp 3 +71
#144 - anonymous (03/28/2015) [-]
But isn't that what free will is about?

Deciding what's the proper grounds for a temple?
#208 - galiogolem (03/28/2015) [-]
free to be mediocre? that's bolchevism right there friend.. glorious reich took care of its people, guided their nutrition and excercice, no fat people in nazi germany.
#190 - anonymous (03/28/2015) [-]
Nah. Free will is about deciding what to do in the temple. Free will doesn't determine the standard
User avatar #143 - drakonpunch (03/28/2015) [-]
Why do you care though? They aren't hurting anybody by being fat.
#25 - perper (03/28/2015) [-]
But it's none of your business what they do with it.
User avatar #26 - nuciferatu (03/28/2015) [-]
Oh but it is. See, I have the misfortune of being a paramedic. And every time I have to lift one of those beached whales on the roller gurney I pop a disc in my spine. Every time one of them has a coronary it's costing the taxpayer thousands of euros to put the whale back together again. It's stalling other interventions. Fatty got another heart-attack? Oh well... guess grandma will have to lose that leg 'cause we can't get to her in time. And guess what? At the end of it all, doc says "stop eating crap", she blubbers for a bit then goes to MD and stuffs her face with tripple-bacon bigmacs.

There was even an incident in my town a few years back when eight people died in a fire because they couldn't open the door to the stairwell. A lardwhal had collapsed in front of it, blocking it with its huge bulk. 8 poeple. Dead because that piece of shit weighed 250 kilos and they couldn't open the door to save themselves.

Every time I'm in a hurry (and I'm often in a hurry, cause, you know, people dying and shit) and I find I can't pass because my way is blocked by a meatplanet I feel like donkey-punching her in the back of the skull. Every time I find myself in line behind one and his rank body odor of smeared feces, putrefied oils and the sweat of a hundred demons makes my eyes water I want to knee him in the stomach so hard that eating becomes painful enough for him to quit.

Do you understand? I am a paramedic. I save lives. I do it because I like it. It makes me feel like I'm helping my fellow man. If my fellow man treats their body with less respect than me, the docs, or the nurses would treat it, he deserves my full hatred and pity.

So fuck fat people. Seriously. It is my goddamn business.
#233 - IamSofaKingdom (03/28/2015) [-]
Then we should shame people with mental illnesses because they kill people right? What if a kid with downs accidentally caused 8 people to die, should we shame them too? We lose more money on people abusing systems like welfare then on fat people (who incidentally bring in a whole lot of revenue popping them pills and diabetic medication) so we should mock people on welfare right?

No, this is just a random internet target that has gotten popular. Your "justifications" are just as general and pointless as any other. Encouraging them to lose weight and stressing the importance of weight loss and healthy habits is one thing, trying to justify mocking and belittling other people because you feel sour about your situation in life is a totally different thing.
#250 - nuciferatu (03/28/2015) [-]
No, you baked potato! A mental illness isn't a choice. Eating the 5th hamburger is. Sitting on your ass for 16 hours a day is. Not giving a shit that you're a coronary waiting to happen is. This is the difference. I hate people who have a choice, yet they consciously make the wrong one because they're indolent and egotistical. It's like a drunk guy choosing to get behind the wheel: an accident waiting to happen.

And yes, I used to be polite. Once. I used to be nice and kind and friendly to everyone, including the fat ones. I kind of lost it on the way. After hearing them saying "So what if I'm fat? My healthcare covers the surgery, right?" or "What do you mean I don't fit in the CT machine?! Fuck you for making it so small". No. Fuck you for being larger than any human has the right to be.

Fun story: kid of 12 lands in ICU with floored vitals after having collapsed on the schoolyard. The kid is easily 100K. His mom, who is possibly 200K is screaming on the phone. Wanna guess to whom? The PE teacher. She's calling him a "motherfucker" and threatening to sue him because he had the audacity - during PE class - to suggest to his son that if he's not comfortable running laps to just "walk briskly" behind the pack. This is why he went into HV shock and keeled over. From briskly walking around the fucking playground. And here's the kicker: after the kid gets discharged (the doc gave her a very stern talking-to about how the kid needs to lose weight or he won't make 30) I overhear her say to him "Do you want a lolly? Come on, mommy will buy you a lolly".

Seriously. No other group has made me lose more faith in humanity than fat people.
User avatar #251 - IamSofaKingdom (03/28/2015) [-]
The welfare example still fits perfectly into your illogical rage.
#248 - perper (03/28/2015) [-]
I don't think we should shame anyone. Yea, it's okay to say "Being over weight is unhealthy and you should get in shape" but you shouldn't say "lose weight you fat land whales". Is it wrong that I think we should be fucking polite to people? You shouldn't shame people at all. Sorry to disagree with you.

By the way the response is late because I actually have shit to do
User avatar #249 - IamSofaKingdom (03/28/2015) [-]
I think you responded to the wrong guy here.
User avatar #200 - vexille (03/28/2015) [-]
I salute you sir. Keep doing what you're doing.

I find it funny how that perper guy hasn't responded. I guess most people here cant take a well-written response.
I also find it ironic people here actually have lives and are important.
User avatar #149 - SteyrAUG (03/28/2015) [-]
Damn, you destroyed that guy's virgin asshole.

Hey perper, you got a response?
User avatar #73 - fatbutler (03/28/2015) [-]
Can I buy you a hooker or something? You seem like you got a lot of pent up stress.

You're right though. 100% Right.
#60 - superanonymouspers (03/28/2015) [-]
...shit. saying it like it is.

I've always wondered what it's like for a paramedic and I respect anyone with the courage to take such a position. which also infuriates me when I see people abuse the position and power they have.

Where I live (US, Florida) every now and then I see a firefighter or an ambulance throw on their lights so they can skip a red light or something.
User avatar #252 - nuciferatu (03/28/2015) [-]
I've personally never used the lights or sirens to shoo people out of the way when I wasn't on a dispatch. And the reason for that is simple: when I'm not driving to a dispatch, I can relax. I drive slow and I try to enjoy it because some days it's the only low-speed time I have. I have colleagues whom I know for a fact abused that every now and then (including one who was caught doing it and was suspended). It's not as common as you might think though.

As far as the job itself goes, it's... harsh. I'm not going to sugarcoat it. I have days where I grab 20 minute naps in the back of the truck on a long dispatch and it's the only sleep I get for that day. I have days where I help in trauma or triage and I'm elbow-deep in guts trying to stop some poor Joe from bleeding out before the doc gets to him. I've seen shit that nobody has any right seeing: a mom holding half a kid to her chest, motorbiker who ground his face into the asphalt over a 5 meter streak, wood worker with his arm pulverized by machinery, you name it. I've had people die in my hands. Children holding my arm with strength the likes of which no child could ever have, begging me not to let them die. I get nightmares. But I chose to do this. I knew what was involved and I made a conscious, non-pressured choice.

There's a flip side too: the first 30 minutes of any accident are crucial. If the Joe is still alive when I get to him, chances are I'm gonna keep him that way. I literally save lives. It's kinda the closest thing to a superhero that a human can get! Though the real hero here is modern emergency medicine. I'm just the Robin. The o2 tube, he defib, the synthetic adrenaline, the muscle relaxants, the pressure tie, the bloodXfusion kit. All that shit is amazing and I'm usually the best-positioned to use them in time.

And I love the gratitude. I love it when the husband gives me a hug because I spent 30 minutes pumping his wife's chest and finally managed to get her heart going again. When the mother tears up because I noticed her son's spinal injury and secured him before he could get permanent damage. He can still walk thanks to me.

So yeah... if you want to live your life as a rollercoaster of highs and lows, get a job in emergency medicine; EMTs, paramedics, ER docs/nurses, trauma core, triage. That's where all the fun is
#51 - xyrik (03/28/2015) [-]
I have to agree with you.
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