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Old 03-02-2018, 11:18 PM
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Default a couple of things from the "old days"

Walking down memory lane this week and found these, so I took a picture. If i remember correctly my first MET course was only like 32 hours.
Oh the changes i have seen!!
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But still with all the changes it all falls back to chest goes up and down blood goes round and round
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But still with all the changes it all falls back to chest goes up and down blood goes round and round
That is if you re-establish breathing and heart beating.... otherwise, dead is dead.
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Remember when I started way back when belt buckles were the big thing and how many decorations you could get on one,thanks for the flashback Denny
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