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Old 21.01.2012, 17:21
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Re: No german, no work

Haha, these last few posts have cracked me up. Princess duck all guns blazing, cowers her half Spanish victim into a corner.....then asks for a date.

"Ich lach mich tot" (Dying laughing here.)
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Old 22.01.2012, 02:40
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Oh you poor little boy. I am a girl. What harm can I do to you?
I'll meet you...I'll meet any of you. This El nota character though, I'd have to bring a long a joke translator. Although my best friend is Spanish, and I get his jokes. So maybe it's something else.
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Re: No german, no work

Wonder if the Heath providers in Switzerland recognize paramedics. Is there employment thare in there hosp system
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I'll meet you...I'll meet any of you. This El nota character though, I'd have to bring a long a joke translator. Although my best friend is Spanish, and I get his jokes. So maybe it's something else.
now I know you want to kill me
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now I know you want to kill me
Still can't edit thought you were princessduck.
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Old 22.01.2012, 12:03
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Wonder if the Heath providers in Switzerland recognize paramedics. Is there employment thare in there hosp system
No. Most paramedics are volunteers very few are salaried. Anyway, you should start a new thread.
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Old 22.01.2012, 12:04
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I'll meet you...I'll meet any of you. This El nota character though, I'd have to bring a long a joke translator. Although my best friend is Spanish, and I get his jokes. So maybe it's something else.
When you pass this way, we can grab a coffee and I'll translate his joke for you.
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Old 22.01.2012, 12:40
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Re: No german, no work

Come on el_nota, you dont say no when a girl is asking you out.

at least not in public
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Old 22.01.2012, 16:36
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Come on el_nota, you dont say no when a girl is asking you out.

at least not in public
Maybe El Nota is actually a girl. Although no offense to the ladies when I say that.
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Old 22.01.2012, 16:40
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No. Most paramedics are volunteers very few are salaried.
Depends on the canton, here they are salaried, as are fire-fighters. A friend of mine has worked as one for years, as I recall he then went for a nursing degree.

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Old 22.01.2012, 18:11
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Haha, these last few posts have cracked me up. Princess duck all guns blazing, cowers her half Spanish victim into a corner.....then asks for a date.

"Ich lach mich tot" (Dying laughing here.)
Actually... I find it funny also ...
And it is not a date!
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Old 22.01.2012, 19:16
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Depends on the canton, here they are salaried, as are fire-fighters. A friend of mine has worked as one for years, as I recall he then went for a nursing degree.

Tom
Thanks. I have a friend who works in TI for the Croce Verde with whatever relevant training (he's not a nurse) and he says they are mostly volunteers. So, he works for them a few nights a week and has a regular full time job in the day. Maybe I misunderstood him.
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