Tag Archives: Rhetoric

Rhetorical Lesson No.13: Do Large Departments Get a Pass?

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  If this were in the suburbs, what would the reaction be?    

Rhetorical Lesson No.12: Would Fewer Basics Work in Reducing Our LODDs?

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Is over a dozen too many for the upcoming and speed-reading generations?

Making Johnny a Poor Rescuer and Reader

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Hey, I ‘like’ you, but I don’t ‘like like’ you, if you know what I mean.

Updated Rhetorical Lesson No.11:Too Many People on The Roof

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What this looks at is the overwrought cry that comes after nearly every photo of a crew performing vertical ventilation,

Never Ask The Dead

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It lies in pride, a haughtiness that gushes over with phrases of “brotherhood”, RFB-KTF and t-shirt slogans in place of proven wisdom.

Senseless in Indiana

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How’s that pledge thing working out for you?

Defining Aggressive, Part ITasks and Identity

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If a certain word defines our identity and self-worth it is vital to know how we alter such word from its true definition.

Rhetorical Lesson No.10Profiling and Pets

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If VSP is to reduce risk of injury and death it should apply to searching for the Golden Doodle, right?

Rhetorical Lesson No.9:Questions About Risk

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Is placing yourself at risk, or greater risk, an actual job requirement or is it merely suggestive, a part of a culture’s identity?

2010 USFA LODD Report:Don’t Celebrate Too Soon

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If twice the number of your soldiers are killed doing other duties than those engaged in combat, should you be concerned?

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“To provide a point of critical thought about certain acts and events in the fire service while incorporating behavioral education and commentary in a referenced format.”

FE Talk: Humpday Hangout

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william Schnaekel
Holding 1&1: First Due Engine Officer Discussion
Erik, first off, I apologize for the delayed response. I'll keep this short and simple. I think I would have done the same thing as you. I'm not much for what some would consider calling a transitional attack, but in this case, certainly it seems to apply. Call it what you will, if the first…
2015-08-23 13:23:30
william Schnaekel
On The Job
Thank you, L. Brown and welcome to the greatest job on earth. :)
2015-08-23 13:10:47
David Delauter
Death During Search, 2010 to Present Part I
Great article. I am looking forward to the rest of the series. I am going to share this with my wife. I predominantly run EMS, but, have fire training as well. Age gets upset with me when I am on the fire side because she is terrified something is going to happen to me. Any…
2015-08-19 20:35:28
Jon Alberghini, Retired Chief KFD
“Fiyah” Thoughts from District Chief Pettaway
"Know your District". I learned that from Retired Chief Dan Martell, Boston FD in 1974. Always praticed and preached it. Glad to see you are preaching that today. I hope the choir is listening.!
2015-08-03 01:23:25
Joe canavan
“Fiyah” Thoughts from District Chief Pettaway
Just made lieutenant, that's the first fire video I stayed awake for. Keep them coming. I can use all the help I can get!
2015-07-30 23:52:11
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