Wow...just wow. Makes most of the stuff we debate here everyday seem pretty trivial in retrospect.<quoted text>
lol...none of the above. It's a winding road but basically I degreed in Physiological Psychology then did a stint as a Platoon Sgt. in the Marines. After I got out I did security consulting to the rich and shameless. I was married at the time to a domestic violence conselor. I picked up a bit of medical training along the way.
I don't get too excited about many issues but domestic violence is definately one of them. You gain an appreciation after the first time you have a conversation with your wife that begins: "How was work honey?" "Oh, it was one of those days, I had an emergency intake for a 6 year old boy who watched his father beat his mother to death with a hammer..."
By the way, thanks for your Marine service, AR.