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    don't get me wrong i get along with 99% of cops. They have a job to do just like us. Sometimes I watch Cops on TV. and i'm glad this guy isn't a firefighter. okay he gets what he thinks the right house on fire. and first thing that was funny I got the golden rule of check the door handle if it's hot don't start wiggling it incase of a backdraft or that room might be fully on fire. so he can't get through the door so he takes his night stick and smashes out 7 little windows by the door(there probably 8 inch to a foot) but there all held together by this metal frame. I don't know who he's kidding but there's no way he can get in or get her out through those windows. Then finally the lady wakes up and says why didn't you call . That was helerious. Then to find out he was at the WRONG HOUSE HAHAHAHHAHA. . So he had to say he was sorry to the old lady and the P.D. had to pay for if there was any damage done to the door plus the windows busted out. his commander was kidding him.

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    We have this saying around my fire department:

    "How do you know if the scene is safe or not? If the yellow line (the stripe on the cops pants) is horizontal, it isn't safe!"

    We have some news footage where we are helping the cops and traffic analyst figure out what happen at an MVA, part of this footage shows a cop standing in the middle of a circle that is spray painted on the groud, with a few of us firefighters standing outside pointing down and talking to him. Of course, the camera is to far away to hear what we are saying. We told everyone that we put the cirle on the ground and told the cop to stand inside it so he wouldn't get hurt while we were working. Through the entire news story, that cop is always shown standing in that circle... Just looking out for our buddies in blue.
    "No one ever called the Fire Department for doing something smart..."

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    • #3
      standing around bs.ing with sgt on duty got a call for an activated alarm, so 1 engine 1 truck 1 amb repsond and of course the sgt.. sgt beats us to scene by maybe 30 seconds, upon arrival nothing showing from exterior but an ododr of something burning in the air, sgt at front door screaming " is anyone in the house" as loud as he can I think he is yelling in to house or maybe to me, no he is yelling over the air to the dispatcher. so i proceed to do my walk around size up nothing showing any where but a smell of smoke, as i come around the corner the sgt never felt the door or anything goes and kicks the doors right off the hings, not like the fd isn't on scene, not like fire or even smoke showing, all over some burnt eggs left on the stove, the best part is in his mind "since he never turned the scene over to fd he was still in charge" gotta love it.
      the truth never hides for long

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      • #4
        OK, I work for an agency where we are cross-trained as firefighters and cops , so, I could start my own website about "cops" on fire scenes. We had one officer who just got out of fire school roll up on a two story building that was charged with smoke. All of the patrol units have hydrant wrenches in them so that units can catch the hydrant for the real firefighters. Well, this officer thought that he should vent the fire, forgetting about having a charged hose line ready. Anyway, he broke out every window he could reach. Did I mention that the fire truck wasn't there yet? Anyway, the small room and contentc fire that it initially was turned into a HUGE structure fire and we lost the building. I still harrass the true cops in our department over that one. Now we just send them for doughnuts
        Bless all of our Fallen Brothers and Sisters. You will not be forgotten

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        • #5
          Working fire, confirmed entrapment, engine comes down the block from one direction, truck comes in the opposite direction (one way street, parking on both sides, both won't fit). Cop decides to park his cruiser at the one end of the block to block traffic. Locks the doors, leaves it running, and runs up to the scene to "help". One driver's side window later, he won't do it again (or one would think). This was forgiveable, he didn't understand.

          About two months later, working fire, same cop, same scenario. Except this time he remembered in time and sprinted back to the cruiser as the Truck was about to push it.

          Stay Safe

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          • #6
            Here's a good one.

            Working house fire with the confirmed entrapment of 18 month old twins. four cops arrive well before the volunteer FD evre gets to the bulding. Two of the cops haul themselves up on to the porch roof and break the windows into the rooms where the babies are sleeping. The other two go up the interior stairs and make a dive into the bedrooms. They get both twins out of the front windows, where they are passed down to two more cops and EMS who have just arrived. Both babies are codes. They get one back, the other died.

            Hilarious stuff, huh?

            How about all the cops who died in the WTC? My God, I'm laughing my *** off.

            You people ought to be ashamed of yourselves. You make me sick.
            PROUD, HONORED AND HUMBLED RECIPIENT OF THE PURPLE HYDRANT AWARD - 10/2007.

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            • #7
              Well, nothing is funny anymore....is it G.
              No more jokes about ambo jocks....cause they saved somebody, No more jokes about bosses... cause they taught you how to save your own ***, No more jokes about civilians... they PAY US!!!
              And finally... no more jokes about rookies, cause they can pay the ultimate price just like you & me ( and I ***/u/me they may even be able to do a good job...)
              Ya gotta laugh at something.....
              Any suggestions....
              FTM-PTB
              trk4

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              • #8
                Well....
                FTM-PTB
                trk4

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                • #9
                  Lighten up Georgey !!!!!!!
                  IACOJ both divisions and PROUD OF IT !
                  Pardon me sir.. .....but I believe we are all over here !
                  ATTENTION ALL SHOPPERS: Will the dead horse please report to the forums.(thanks Motown)
                  RAY WAS HERE 08/28/05
                  LETHA' FOREVA' ! 010607
                  I'm sorry, I haven't been paying much attention for the last 3 hours.....what were we discussing?
                  "but I guarentee you I will FF your arse off" from>
                  http://www.firehouse.com/forums/show...60#post1137060post 115

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                  • #10
                    George, I don't know if you're just trying to get a rise out of people or what, but grow up. People do heroic things every day, and people do stupid stuff every day. We honor the heroic things, and we laugh at the stupid things. When I do something stupid, we laugh at it. If you want to start a forum about Cops doing heroic things, be my guest. As for this forum, we'll laugh at the stupid things. Get a grip.

                    Stay Safe

                    [ 10-17-2001: Message edited by: PA Volunteer ]

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                    • #11
                      Geeza george! Chill out! Don't you think we've discussed enough depressing dreary topics lately? There's nothing wrong with poking fun at our fellow professionals. We have a rule at our firehouse, if you don't get any sh*t, we probably don't like you.

                      Now , back to the stories. It's 3am in february, we get toned out for a working fire in a resturaunt/lodge building just out of the down town. The police officer is new to the road, gets on scene first. You have to picture a long narrow driveway into this place, so of course the cruiser is up at the building. Well here we come, 3 engines and a tanker and mutual aid on the way. our second engine in lays a 5" up the driveway. Oops! I guess your cruiser isn't going anywhere for a while! and the ambulance was right next to the cruiser! about 9am the next morning they got thier cruiser back, after getting a ride back to the station and having to explain to the lt why his car was stuck.

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                      • #12
                        George,

                        Of course cops do heroic things, probably everyday. And when they do we acknowledge that.

                        But...are we supposed to never laugh again because of the WTC terrorist acts? Are we to stop poking fun at people in emergency services because of that? I for one feel that poking fun and laughing at ourselves is one of the things that lets us keep going in this business. I have seen some terrible things in my time as a FF/EMT and sometimes I suffer with them for quite a while, but eventually I have to return to some semblance of what is normal for me and go on. If I can't do that then it is time to turn in my papers and move on, for my sake and the sake of those I work with.

                        Understand I am not at all saying we shouldn't continue to pay respects to the many truly heroic FF's, Police, EMS personnel, and the oft forgotten Port Authroity Police, as well as the ordinary citizens of New York. I could understand your anger if the jokes were about the WTC incident but they weren't, so in the words of others; "Lighten up."

                        Take care and stay safe,

                        FyredUp
                        Crazy, but that's how it goes
                        Millions of people living as foes
                        Maybe it's not too late
                        To learn how to love, and forget how to hate

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                        • #13
                          i respect cops. matter of fact most of the time they let me go if i'm speeding .Just sometimes they are morons when it comes to fires. I herd about this one time at a car wreck at night(you guys will relate) you know how you have to turn on the night fighters or whatever big lights you got on the trucks so you can see. I said to the cop(cause i didn't have a radio) i was over by the car that was wrecked. can you go over and tell one of the guys on my fire dept to hit the lights on the truck. He pulls out his maglight and says won't this do. I about busted up from laughter. I said sir I'm not making fun of you but that isn't NEAR enough power to light up this area. then he went over and had a guy in my f.d. hit the lights on the truck

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                          • #14
                            Today I went down to the "frozen zone". The closest I ever want to get to Ground Zero. I went there to see the Police/Fire Memorial at Battery Park. A coworker and close friend was lost at the WTC and we went with a Department Chaplin to say some prayers. My friend was in law enforcement and was a volunteer firefighter for over 25 years. Let me tell you about the stories you're all telling.........if he was still with us, he would have been the first person to post one of these funny stories. He was a forensics expert who worked on some of the most horrible investigations we've seen. He was one of the people who worked in the morgue to identify the victims of TWA Flight 800. And he was never without a joke. In his eulogy they even mentioned his ability to deal with these horrors with humor. Humor was an outlet for him. As I think it is for alot of us. I enjoy these stories. And I can hear his voice as I read them. Please keep them coming. (I might even print them and show them to the cops I work with, )

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                            • #15
                              Hey, George, here's one to laugh at:

                              After receiving no help from my local police department, sherriff department, court system or anything like that I left an abusive husband. After I left the cops tell me well, if you'd called us when you were with him, we could have done something. Uh-huh. Sure. Like the time I called and my husband convinced them it was the cat that knocked the phone off and stepped on the automatic dial. And when I went to get a protective order and was told that since I never went to the hospital, never shared my shame and humiliation with anyone else, they couldn't grant me the order. A week later he forced his way into the house where I was staying.

                              Real funny, don't you think?

                              I have a lot of anger towards cops right now. Knowing that the department that was suppose to 'serve and protect' me isn't the only ones who totally f**ked up helps.

                              I'm not a fire fighter, or a cop. But I am a survivor. How much I don't know. I can't even tell my dad what happened. But the crew at the station just down from my apartment has let me hang out down there when I can't be by myself for whatever reason. That's a hell of a lot more than any damn cop ever did.
                              Amy Ponder
                              Volunteer Fire Fighter/First Responder's Little Girl

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