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Our Equation

There is a human factor to what we do. It is hard to quantify to someone what the public’s human factor exactly is. Can you measure it by data? Possibly. We could use intervals of time, judging different durations from one significant event to another, a way to justify outcomes as if predetermined. “She was 96 years old, she lived a good life.”…”It’s been six hours since anyone heard from him”. The ever-assuring comfort that time will be the alpha and the omega.            We attempt to measure…See More
Jan 18
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Dustin Martinez posted a blog post

Our Reformation

Our Reformation  The Citizen. The Neighbor. The Stranger. The Family.These are whom we serve. Our understanding of why we chose this profession has been diluted contaminated, muddying the waters of our contractual agreement with them, the Citizen.We are tired of bearing witness to the ever sliding scale that has shifted our level of expectations from masters of a craft to an acceptance of…See More
Jun 3, 2018
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Jun 3, 2018

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Lives in:
Canton, GA
Department:
Cobb County Fire
Title/rank:
Lieutenant
Years of public service:
10
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Bio:
Student of the craft
Master of nothing
forever chasing the accomplishment of understanding
8 years with the greatest fire department this side of the mississippi
Web site:
http://facebook.com/reformationtraining

Dustin Martinez's Blog

Our Equation

There is a human factor to what we do. It is hard to quantify to someone what the public’s human factor exactly is. Can you measure it by data? Possibly. We could use intervals of time, judging different durations from one significant event to another, a way to justify outcomes as if predetermined. “She was 96 years old, she lived a good life.”…”It’s been six hours since anyone heard from him”. The ever-assuring comfort that time will be the alpha and the omega.

            We attempt…

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Posted on January 18, 2019 at 10:00am

Our Reformation

Our Reformation

 

 

The Citizen. The Neighbor. The Stranger. The Family.…

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Posted on June 3, 2018 at 10:00pm — 1 Comment

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