So I was: Put myself in the Hospital

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by srsocx, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. Im done with college. I still had a semester left to finish and graduated in Dec. Ive been 944turb0'in it and training down here but gonna join Vesper in Philly in soon.
  2. I need mouth to mouth on my penis
  3. do you have a mouth on your penis

    how does this work
  4. probably severe heat exhaustion, but whatevs. Sound liks sox was pretty sick
  5. EMT's are not doctors.
  6. no but they are familiar with these things
  7. Not nearly as familiar as an MD, who this guy was diagnosed by..probably
  8. no, but a good paramedic around here can do just as much as an ER doc can in the field.
  10. 6 minutes? quater mile? that's fUcking slow
  11. 2K = 2000m = more than a quarter mile
    for a 17 year old lightweight, it's not half bad

    Edit: Not great either. Fastest kid on our squad goes 6:20
  12. it's not like all an EMT does is pick someone up and bundle them off to the hospital... they actually have to know things
  13. no. it means his blood sugar got to low and he was rabbling incoherantly and looked like he was drunk.
  14. Yeah, that's exactly what I said. I've never heard it referred to as "Diabetic Shock" before.
  15. TSCM/Worked, you dudes are both diabetic eh?
    I have heard it referred to as diabetic shock also. I'am not diabetic, but mon pere is.
  16. I'm pretty sure it has nothing to do with insulin. he just needed to eat more. its a commenly used term surprised you hadn't heard it before.
  17. otha end of the world m8
  18. Extra Massive Try-hard?
  19. indubitibly old chum, indupitibly.
  20. Impressively, mis-spelled on both occasions. <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/tongue.gif"></A>
  21. ER: Tempoman's revenge

  22. at least I'm consistant.
  23. it was a joke that came out totally not funny <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
  24. "Hypo Glycemic" is the opposite of diabetic, which is why I thought it was an odd term. People with diabetes are "Hyper Glycemic" and don't "Hypo" unless they've taken Insulin and haven't eaten enough, hence the term "Insulin Reaction".
    I'm sure you know all this, but I'm just explaining my reasoning.
  25. your reasoning makes perfect sense. I just like dumbing things down to a point where even Mc777 can get them. I'm kind of a dick like that.

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