Hello everyone! The AudioVillains are back with episode 16 and this one is full of humor, insults, and much more. This week our good friend and resident Ent, Carlos the Treebeard joined us for a round of smack talking and nerding out. If you laughed before you are going to laugh and pee your pants this time and afterward. A big thanks goes out to our loyal listeners. We have a lot of fun doing this but it makes it even more fun knowing that we are able to entertain, educate, and make you laugh. As always you can email us at email@example.com or press the black contact button on the left. Cheers!
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By Ricardo — 7 years ago
12 years ago today you were born. It was one of the happiest moments of my life. I cried when you were born and the warmth in my heart was overwhelming. I remember everything about the short time we spent together. You seemed to learn so fast and when I got my turntables you wanted me to lift you so that you could scratch the records along with me. Your mother and I purchased you a set of Rugrats furniture just for you and I remember how much you enjoyed them. You used to sit in the couch and stretch your legs and relax. I remember laughing because you looked like such a little man sitting there. Those were good times my son. You were so active as I’m sure you are today. I would wake up in the morning to check on you and it became a thing for us where I would walk in and you would jump up and yell, “Hey!” at the same time as me. I loved doing that with you, it was what we did.
There were many times that we laughed and where your mother and I laughed at something cute you did. One moment I remember fondly was around Halloween and your mother and I played, “It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” for you. You sat and watched intently as the Peanuts gang paraded on the screen. There is a scene where Snoopy starts blowing a leaf in the air as he walks over to Charlie Brown. You laughed so hard every time Snoopy blew it up in the air and we laughed at how cute you were. I remember it like it was yesterday. There were also times where you and I would wrestle and you learned how to throw a fake punch and fast. When it was my turn you took a dive like a pro and when you went down you would close your eyes and then open one to see what I was doing and you would jump back up for more.
We had the best of times my son. It’s been a long time since we have seen each other. I’m unsure whether you know anything about me now but I hope that one day you will look for me. I hope that we will be able to talk to each other and catch up on everything that we have missed. As of right now you have a younger 7 year old brother named Logan. I tell him about you…well what I know about you at present time and he digs you. You also have a little sister named Lola who was born about a week ago. She’s a cutie, I know you’d love her the way you love your other sisters. Although I have not seen you in a long time, I miss you dearly. I hope you had the greatest day today my son. I love you very much Richie and happy birthday. We will see each other again some day. Until that day…Post Views: 300
By Ricardo — 4 years ago
Within the Trenches is back with episode 55! This is just one of several episodes recorded last week during the Indiana NENA state conference. In this episode I sat down to talk with Rob, Director of Vigo County Central Dispatch and North Central Regional Director of National NENA and Terri, Director of Fayette County Communications, NENA Central Region Vice President and Director of Indiana APCO. We took a trip down memory lane while laughing until our stomachs hurt and our eyes watered and stung. It’s an episode you don’t want to miss so listen and share!
For more information on Indiana NENA please follow the links below. As always you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org
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- How Rob started in 9-1-1
- How Terri started in 9-1-1
- NENA awards
- Continuing education for 9-1-1 dispatchers
By Ricardo — 7 years ago
*sigh* Well here we are Lex, the day before your last shift. I am writing this because I feel it is best to thank you this way and let others know what you mean to all of us at Central. But first I must say that it’s not going to be the same around dispatch. I, along with everyone else will be letting out a sigh as we go into work. Stories will be told and we will reflect on the past. It’s going to be hard.
We have been through a lot together and we went from being co-workers to something more. We’re family. We go into work for twelve hours and it can sometimes turn into a nice long sixteen-hour shift. No doubt we need someone to talk to and when you were working you were there to listen us. I know I can speak for everyone when I say we appreciated it more than you know.
No matter how you were feeling that day you brought a sense of humor to work that helped get passed the most gruesome calls. The humor included the random songs of your pets, to the slow 80’s clap that you, Meg, and I performed as a tribute to John Hughes. We played music trivia in the winter when people were actually being smart by staying off the roads and you and Trista, and Meg participated in my many school projects. I thank you for this.
We were on the same team for a long time and we were involved in the most intense of situations. Four of those calls will forever be branded within my memory. No one will ever know what it was like to go through it but our team. It’s an experience that is hard to describe but we got through it and excelled like we always do.
As you close this chapter and open a new one, remember to just be you. Keep on smiling and smother them with your humor. If they start out cold at first just offer them some fruit snacks or gum (inside joke). Thank you once again for doing everything you did in dispatch and thank you for being you, friend.Post Views: 336