Comment from: Puck [Visitor]

I hope you never need your training.

02/19/11 @ 07:22
Comment from: diana [Member]

Heh. :)

I’m sure I’m just fine, all the same. Funny…people who spend much more time and effort make poorer scores than I did. Which would you rather have applying this training?

Kinda a toss-up, isn’t it?


02/19/11 @ 09:23
Comment from: Hinermad [Visitor]


I knew you were busy. I wasn’t worried at all, just curious as hell.

Does SABC include CPR? I’ve been seeing news lately about a chest compression only version that’s supposed to be effective but doesn’t involve putting your mouth on a dying person. (I guess some people are squeamish.) I just wondered if they’re teaching that in the military too.

Good job on finishing the ACSC course in record time. Is the classroom version an all-day every day thing, or is it scheduled around people who have to work for a living? (grin)

Last paper ever. (snort) You’re funny. Last graded paper, maybe. but I wouldn’t even bet Monopoly money on that.


02/19/11 @ 09:26
Comment from: diana [Member]

Ah Puck. I just realized you’re probably referring to the SABC, weapons, and (maybe) martial arts training. Yeah…I hope I never have to use it, either.

Dave, actually, neither the online nor the classroom portion of the course included CPR. We do review how to open the airway (for neck injuries) and basic stuff like that, but the old 15/2? Nope. No chest pushing at all.

On the graded paper thing, I think I’m at least good for Monopoly money. ;)


02/19/11 @ 10:02
Comment from: Aunt Bann [Visitor]
Aunt Bann

Diana, I’m glad you posted this, because I was having withdrawal symptoms, bigtime! I truly love to read your blog; it is usually interesting, informative, and a learning situation, at least for me. And it helps me keep up with my favorite niece!

As for the writing, I’m sure you will get around to writing your own life story one of these days, using these blogs to help your memory. And I hope that I’m still around to read that, too! And with the family genes you inherited, you are sure to have several short stories and poems still in that knothead of yours!

Keep writing, and entertaining us! Love you!!!

02/19/11 @ 14:54
Comment from: LInda [Visitor]

No worries!

In all honesty, I give you huge kudos for writing as normally as you do. I am not a good people person per se and that is why I don’t have a blog myself.

Glad to hear you are having a blast! That is what’s important.


02/20/11 @ 16:37

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