Volunteer firefighters take part in training session
When dealing with fire, every second counts. Thanks to hours of training and instruction, Polk County's newest batch of volunteer firefighters now know how to make those seconds add up to positive results.
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“I am MSO4's Daddy!”
Since: Jun 12
#1 Nov 27, 2012
Haha, I'm surprised they didn't run away! Bunch of lonely cowards who can't find real jobs!!!!!
#2 Nov 28, 2012
Cowards? You are a damned fool. Let's see YOU go out and put your life on the line, and do it for people you don't know! Lonely? What makes you think such a thing? Most of them are married, have children and are most definitely not lonely. Also...the majority of them DO have other jobs, that's why they're called VOLUNTEER! If you think you can do better than they do, then get off of your lazy ass and show them! You, sir/ma'am, are an idiot!
#3 Nov 28, 2012
I agree with you, they should be praised for what they do, they are giving time that they could be spending with their loved ones, and I for one appreciate all that they do.'SMO4' you may need their help one day, and I bet you'll think differently if your home catches on fire.
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