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By Tom Reynolds

An beautiful mixture of humor, bravery, cynicism, and compassion." --London day-by-day Telegraph

It's the stuff of Grey's Anatomy, House, and ER--only those occasions aren't unfolding on a Hollywood soundstage.

Have you ever puzzled what's occurring contained in the ambulance screaming previous you in the course of your rush-hour trip? in view that 2003, Tom Reynolds (writing less than an alias in order to not get sacked from his job), has stored a weblog the place he chronicles the day-in, day-out realities of his existence at the task as an EMT with the London Ambulance Service.

By turns either poignant and profound, Reynolds's writing captures the very essence of lifestyles and dying. From the mundane to the surreal, from the heartwarming to the cynical, from the calm to the frenetic, greater than three hundred entries from his renowned weblog at randomreality.blogware.com are integrated within the book.

Dear Mr. Alcoholic:

Would you brain incredibly now not swearing at me, taking a swing at me, or exposing your self to me? i've got particularly sufficient abuse from the nondrunks available in the market. . . . nonetheless, not less than your fists are effortless to avoid, and if I cease preserving you up, you fall over.

The author's highly renowned weblog, Random Acts of fact, has been named Medgadget top scientific weblog and most sensible Literary scientific web publication.

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Mom: Then why don’t you practice and make it better? Johnny: No. Then she’ll figure out I can’t spell! 31 Text copyright © 2004 by Carolrhoda Books, Inc. Illustrations copyright © 2004 by Brian Gable All rights reserved. International copyright secured. , except for the inclusion of brief quotations in an acknowledged review. A. com Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Schultz, Sam. Schoolyard snickers : classy jokes that make the grade / by Sam Schultz ; illustrations by Brian Gable.

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