By E. S. T.
One of the best ways to get to grasp an individual is to be trapped in a relocating steel bucket on my own with them, being chargeable for lifestyles and dying judgements for hours and hours at a time. this is often what occurs in case you paintings Emergency clinical prone and experience in an ambulance. Chucking Granny is a funny selection of tales concerning the first hundred EMS companions writer E.S.T. had whereas operating for a personal ambulance company. EMTs, Paramedics, and somebody who has ever had coworkers will take pleasure in this sequence and fasten with E.S.T.'s satirical portrayal of her a variety of companions.
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Reed, watching her more or less dignified exit, decided this was hyperbole. She returned, indeed, in a cheerful mood. “I have thought it all out,” Kate said. “Ready? The University College is a damn good idea, and there is nothing against it except the insufferable snobbery of the College. The fact is, now that I come to think of it, I know plenty of people of my generation of all sexes to whom an adult college of excellence would be the chance for a new life or a second life, which is becoming more and more necessary in the United States but which present institutions make impossible.
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