Love the cartoons brother!! It is my opinion that anyone who says that your cartoons do not portray an active statement about the things that plague the fire service and also serve as a learning tool is a fool.
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Please allow me to invite you to join the group called UNIQUE HAZMAT INCIDENTS, I will be presenting this at the 2009 FDIC in Indy. and I would love to have your input on some of our discussions.
I really enjoy your work, especially the ones with more of an edge. It is really a talent to be able to deliver a concise message.....most of us take a long time and many words to get to the point. Your work usually hits the mark directly and with little said.
Love your work. I have used them to open some great discussions , especially the career vs. volunteer attitudes and the ones about our health and safety issues. Keep up the great work you do in brining attention to the issues that directly affect us. Thank You
I tend to stay neutral having spent 6 years on the volunteer side prior to working. I have a great working relationship personally with all the volunteers. Most of the at due to being the assistant training officer for the department. I have trained every one of the volunteer officers so there is a lot of mutual respect there. There are still some career guys that believe an all career department is the way to go but try selling that to a rural Town Council now a days. We are lucky to have a paid Chief to answer to. It is still a work in pregress since we were 2 departments just a couple of years ago (forced consilidation). I think that is where a lot of the issues stem from.
Hi Paul, nice to see you here. I love your work, I like to refer to them when teaching. I especially like the fact that you are not too far from my area here in Michigan. Take care brother, keep up the good work.
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