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#14 - might be in a bad neighborhood, maybe they saw the aftermath, …  [+] (1 reply) 10/25/2016 on Yeahh... About The Other Day.. +5
#21 - kingpongthedon (10/25/2016) [-]
Was a joke, of course nobody wants to live near a place where murders are happening
#53 - did you make that or take a picture of it because if you made …  [+] (3 replies) 10/24/2016 on Malik Obama reveals pay to... 0
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#61 - allamericandude (10/24/2016) [-]
Indeed I did. And yes, I actually do have the handwriting of a retarded monkey.
#78 - anon (10/25/2016) [-]
Don't be so hard on yourself, your handwriting isn't as bad as all that, it's chimp level at the least.
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#71 - chuckstein (10/24/2016) [-]
well done
#6 - I'd rather be holding my child if it was potentially their las…  [+] (16 replies) 10/22/2016 on doc vic +166
#100 - anon (10/23/2016) [-]
Then you and everyone who thumbed your comment are idiots.

Ask any CPR what the worst part of their job is, and many will tell you that it's arriving at a scene with a bunch of people standing around a prone person, and losing them BECAUSE nobody bothered to perform CPR. How do you tell a family that their son/father/sister was savable if they hadn't just stood around with thumbs up their asses?
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#103 - krystalkitty (10/23/2016) [-]
>Ask any CPR

What. Also you're assuming that every single person in that group knows how to perform CPR but chose not to, which is completely stupid.
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#7 - kibuza (10/22/2016) [-]
Well you wouldn't just leave them on the ground and not even attempt CPR...

I have some basic medical training from work but if I didn't and that shit happened it's an easy 30sec google to search 'how to perform CPR' rather than do nothing for 5-10min while a cop drives over.
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#95 - therealtjthemedic (10/23/2016) [-]
If you're not trained, do NOT attempt CPR on anyone, much less a child.
You're liable to do more damage than help.
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#101 - kibuza (10/23/2016) [-]
Obviously it's context specific. I mean if a cop is 5min out then sure, don't attempt it. If your choices are 'Hug my kid while it dies' Like chuckstein implied or 'Attempt CPR even though I am untrained' I know which one I'd pick every time.

Also, honestly CPR is probably one of the easiest medical practices to learn and perform.
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#102 - therealtjthemedic (10/23/2016) [-]
Heck yeah, CPR's pretty easy.
But with a child, a lot of care needs to be taken. A child's lungs can easily be burst by someone who doesn't know what they're doing.
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#76 - newtamalego (10/23/2016) [-]
"On no my child is dying better google how to do this thing im not trained or experienced in to save him"

theyre more likely to fuck it up then help and by the time they figure out where to start the cop would likely almost be there
#80 - anon (10/23/2016) [-]
Srsly, how stupid do you have be not to know how to push on a persons chest regularly until help arrives?
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#84 - newtamalego (10/23/2016) [-]
It isn't that simple

You need to know how hard to push, how much

you need to know when to breath, how to do it, what your goal is

you need to know how to use an aed which is almost essential to the process, although in this instance it doesn't look like they had one

if you push too hard you're liable to break bones and puncture organs

you push too soft and you may be doing nothing at all

The body is durable, but its more complicated then just pushing on someones chest will save their life
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#90 - matamune (10/23/2016) [-]
My friend is a life guard and he was taught CPR and when the class came to children the intructor went like: "Yeah if you want to save child, there is a good chance you'll have to break atleast a couple of their bones in the process. Don't worry kids' bones heal fast, death is pretty much permanent"
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#91 - newtamalego (10/23/2016) [-]
No, yeah thats definetely true

but if you push too hard you're gonna push bone fragments and stuff into vital organs like their heart and lungs

its not a risk worth taking when the police officer is able to come and do it right

If you're alone and dont have police on the way, yeah death is worse than broken ribs and its worth the risk
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#92 - matamune (10/23/2016) [-]
Yeah I agree, if you're completely untrained in CPR, you can end up killing your own child.
These parents were so scared, having to live with killing their son would be extremely crushing.
Moral of the story: Everyone should take a CPR class. I live in Denmark and you have to take a basic one to get a driver's license here.
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#27 - angelious (10/22/2016) [-]
none of you people ever heard of panic?
#74 - swagbot (10/23/2016) [-]
Panic is 4 the weak
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#30 - kibuza (10/22/2016) [-]
I was just saying that his point about just laying the kid on the ground and proceeding to do nothing was kind of stupid because nobody would do that. They'd either panic and do nothing like in the video or lay them down and attempt to help.

It's not a choice of "I'm gonna hug my child in case it dies or I'm going to lay it down and do nothing"
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#62 - captnnorway (10/22/2016) [-]
The "fun" thing about panic is that 30 minutes can pass in the span of seconds and everything you've learned is completely forgotten. It certainly doesn't help that in most cases you'll be pumped full of adrenalin to the point you can't even hear stuff around out It's pretty interesting. When I my baton exam back in the military, I was just staring at the guy I was gonna beat down and couldn't hear at all that my instructor asked if I was ready or not. He had to come over and shake me before I realized he was talking. I didn't even feel stressed, I just felt very focused and ready. Pretty embarrassing.
#10 - Who is this?  [+] (1 reply) 10/22/2016 on Museum Of Witchcraft art 0
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#11 - rongdisk (10/22/2016) [-]
No idea