Stickers now available to honor fallen medics

Feb 20, 2013 Full story: WTHR-TV Indianapolis 77

Following today's Public Safety Memorial Service for Private Timothy McCormick and Specialist Cody Medley, several members of the local Indianapolis community and the community at large are looking for Indianapolis EMS has created a memorial sticker as a way to remember the lives of Tim McCormick and Cody Medley and to pay tribute to their ... (more)

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The Ultimate Kaptoz

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Feb 21, 2013
Why would anyone buy s sticker to support an openly dead Gay EMT , It's sickening how the media is making him out to be a hero and parading his lover and bf around like the gay ,man was a saint and God to be worshipped , It's truly pathetic to even know Ballard is really a Liberal wearing REPUBLICAN SUIT.what I know about Ballard would blow the roof of his house and his wifey.
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#2 Feb 21, 2013
The Ultimate Kaptoz wrote:
Why would anyone buy s sticker to support an openly dead Gay EMT , It's sickening how the media is making him out to be a hero and parading his lover and bf around like the gay ,man was a saint and God to be worshipped , It's truly pathetic to even know Ballard is really a Liberal wearing REPUBLICAN SUIT.what I know about Ballard would blow the roof of his house and his wifey.
Oh here we go. Ones sexual preference doe's not make one a hero. Their choice of community service, helping others, is commendable.
Do I see them as a hero? No? While I apprecriate their service, and they are needed, straight or gay, I don't expect you will see a sticker on my trucks.

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#3 Feb 21, 2013
Ralph wrote:
<quoted text> Oh here we go. Ones sexual preference doe's not make one a hero. Their choice of community service, helping others, is commendable.
Do I see them as a hero? No?
Maybe not now. But if they as in anyone would save your or my life or that of a loved ones life then you might consider them a hero? I am sure there are some whose lives they saved,they are heroes. I know I would as well as many others. Man all those heroes that died as an example of 9/11 but in your world they are not? Myself I really don't care about there sexuality or race. For myself they are heroes to those whose lives they have saved or helped in a time of need.
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#4 Feb 21, 2013
Carl 11 wrote:
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Maybe not now. But if they as in anyone would save your or my life or that of a loved ones life then you might consider them a hero? I am sure there are some whose lives they saved,they are heroes. I know I would as well as many others. Man all those heroes that died as an example of 9/11 but in your world they are not? Myself I really don't care about there sexuality or race. For myself they are heroes to those whose lives they have saved or helped in a time of need.
They work in a job, profession, that they have trained for, and have chosen. Should one save me, or a family member, I would be thankful. They would not be a hero in my eyes. They are doing what they trained to do. Had to throw race into it did'nt you?
I guess the difference is that I see men and women, and not race.

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#5 Feb 21, 2013
Ralph wrote:
<quoted text>They work in a job, profession, that they have trained for, and have chosen. Should one save me, or a family member, I would be thankful. They would not be a hero in my eyes. They are doing what they trained to do. Had to throw race into it did'nt you?
I guess the difference is that I see men and women, and not race.
Oh so you can throw race out there but I can't. LOL! So who or what do you consider heroes?
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#6 Feb 22, 2013
Carl 11 wrote:
<quoted text>Oh so you can throw race out there but I can't. LOL! So who or what do you consider heroes?
I did not, you did, not you.

Since: Feb 13

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#7 Feb 22, 2013
Ralph wrote:
<quoted text>I did not, you did, not you.
No I don't believe I did. Your just assuming again. But if we are going by your logic, you sure did. So who do you consider heroes Ralph?
Ralph

Muncie, IN

#8 Feb 22, 2013
I would proudly fluff a stranger for 2 Colts tickets.

Showing an once of respect to a fallen EMT....Not so much.
Ralph

Muncie, IN

#9 Feb 22, 2013
David Duke is a hero.
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#10 Feb 22, 2013
Ralph wrote:
I would proudly fluff a stranger for 2 Colts tickets.
Showing an once of respect to a fallen EMT....Not so much.
Correctomondo, as a Ralph look-a-like.
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#11 Feb 22, 2013
Ralph wrote:
David Duke is a hero.
And?
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#12 Feb 22, 2013
Ralph wrote:
I would proudly fluff a stranger for 2 Colts tickets.
Showing an once of respect to a fallen EMT....Not so much.
Could it be any team but the Colts?
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#13 Feb 22, 2013
Ralph wrote:
I would proudly fluff a stranger for 2 Colts tickets.
Showing an once of respect to a fallen EMT....Not so much.
It is difficult to fluff a bald person.
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#14 Feb 22, 2013
Ralph wrote:
I would proudly fluff a stranger for 2 Colts tickets.
Showing an once of respect to a fallen EMT....Not so much.
I do love me so. There a little more crap to troll with.

Since: Feb 13

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#15 Feb 22, 2013
Carl 11 wrote:
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No I don't believe I did. Your just assuming again. But if we are going by your logic, you sure did. So who do you consider heroes Ralph?
Is that a picture of Moe's gerbil?
Ralph

Muncie, IN

#16 Feb 22, 2013
Ralph wrote:
<quoted text>They work in a job, profession, that they have trained for, and have chosen. Should one save me, or a family member, I would be thankful. They would not be a hero in my eyes. They are doing what they trained to do. Had to throw race into it did'nt you?
I guess the difference is that I see men and women, and not race.
If a gay EMT saved my life,I would sue them!! And that suit would NOT be a frivolous one!
God
Guns
Guts
Guns
Gesus
Glenn Beck
Guns
God
Gesus

When I speak of Old Glory.....I'm speaking about a certain spot/stall at a truck stop in N Carolina.

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#17 Feb 22, 2013
Carl 11 wrote:
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No I don't believe I did. Your just assuming again. But if we are going by your logic, you sure did. So who do you consider heroes Ralph?
Ok Ralph I can see your evasive. I think you have the old foot in mouth disease. LOL!
Ralph

Muncie, IN

#18 Feb 22, 2013
Carl 11 wrote:
<quoted text>Ok Ralph I can see your evasive. I think you have the old foot in mouth disease. LOL!
I am being evasive. That's my MO.(Not to be confused with MOE)

I'm a cockroach!
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#19 Feb 22, 2013
Carl 11 wrote:
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No I don't believe I did. Your just assuming again. But if we are going by your logic, you sure did. So who do you consider heroes Ralph?
Refer to message three where race was mentioned, by you. Oh and Reagan was a swell el presidenty. I like Colin Powell, and Swartzkauph (sp again), men and women with actual values, people that will not sell their soul for power, or wealth. Now I understand that some will twist what was said, as a liberal mindset, since they are apparently incapable of independent thought.
Harry Truman, J.F.K., and Eisenhauer were good presidents. You know, back when we were the land of the free, and home of the brave. When people did their jobs out of a sense of pride in doing their jobs, not to be considered heros.
Police are necessary, paramedics are necessary, DR's, and lawyers (unfortunately)are necessary, nurses are necessary, volunteer soldiers are necessary (sadly).
You want heros, those that were drafted, and served in the military WW1, WW2, Korea, Viet Nam. Those that gave their lives because the nation called them up, and they had no choice. Certainly, soldiers today can be considered heros, because, in theory, they choose to defend our nation.
What does a paramedic do normally, as a part of their job, that is considered heroic? A job choice that they made, nobody forced them.
Time to take the beagle babys for a walk.
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#20 Feb 22, 2013
Carl 11 wrote:
<quoted text>Ok Ralph I can see your evasive. I think you have the old foot in mouth disease. LOL!
Lord, You are so confused you are responding to yourself.

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