chicks dig me because I rarely wear underwea ,! and when I do it is something exotic!
Originally Posted by timebuilder
She got tired of just reading what I was posting here. I think Frank was the real draw, lol!!! I mentioned the idea of working with him in KC and she got all excited. I had already told her about the delicious smoked tenderloin sandwich I enjoyed in '02 at The Majestic when I was there with the jet.
Trust me, once she starts talking.....
...well, let me warn you. You are probably going to see a post about CPR.
She's a nurse.
I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!
Although I cannot contribute anything about HVAC I can share some important information that could and often does save a life.
The AMA released these guidelines in October 2010.
Hopefully no one ever has to do CPR but just in case here is the latest update to the procedure.
If anyone has questions let me know. Thanks.
Here is a step-by-step guide for the new CPR:
1. Call 911 or ask someone else to do so.
2. Try to get the person to respond; if he doesn't, roll the person on his or her back.
3. Start chest compressions. Place the heel of your hand on the center of the victim's chest. Put your other hand on top of the first with your fingers interlaced.
4. Press down so you compress the chest at least 2 inches in adults and children and 1.5 inches in infants. ''One hundred times a minute or even a little faster is optimal," Sayre says. (That's about the same rhythm as the beat of the Bee Gee's song "Stayin' Alive.")
5. If you're been trained in CPR, you can now open the airway with a head tilt and chin lift.
6. Pinch closed the nose of the victim. Take a normal breath, cover the victim's mouth with yours to create an airtight seal, and then give two, one-second breaths as you watch for the chest to rise.
7. Continue compressions and breaths -- 30 compressions, two breaths -- until help arrives.