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  • 64 50
    Submitted by absolution on Jun 26, 12 at 5:38pm

    Liar liar

  • 60 46
    Submitted by ambulancepoet on Jun 27, 12 at 12:14am

    Rusty is right. I happen to be a medic.....as long as we're not on duty and not in uniform, we're just like anybody else. The only problem here is that they came back to somewhere where they ran a call, which is unethical.

    • 43 37
      Submitted by nocturnesthesia on Jun 30, 12 at 12:58am

      I'm assuming you're not from Buffalo then

  • 57 54
    Submitted by GA_Peach on Jun 26, 12 at 5:11pm

    No, no they didn't.

  • 49 40
    Submitted by mumfackler on Jun 26, 12 at 11:29pm

    They can not

  • 54 52
    Submitted by katiegirl1980 on Jun 27, 12 at 9:21am

    It's very possible...especially if you're on a 12 hour truck. I agree that it's unethical to return to the scene of a call and party, and not worth risking my license over.

  • 51 47
    Submitted by soccer360 on Jun 26, 12 at 11:43pm

    I think this is plausible. Ethical...definitely not, but plausible. We all break rules. There are several ways to cover alcohol on the breath.

  • 46 44
    Submitted by Rusty1614 on Jun 26, 12 at 11:49pm

    only unethical if they're on duty. I work a 12 hr shift and have been to some awesome parties in Columbia SC

    • 46 47
      Submitted by SCBeauty1983 on Jun 27, 12 at 3:55pm

      I'm very near Cola. Shit gets real pretty fast there, esp in 5 Points...

  • 43 47
    Submitted by dafaq1993 on Jun 27, 12 at 12:50am

    Plausible or not, it's still an awesome thought!

  • 37 37
    Submitted by yogi9121 on Jul 14, 12 at 11:10am

    Who cares if they did or not, either way it's awesome