in the ambulance always something esle strange

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Offline lemaya3

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in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 02, 2010, 03:15:26 PM
hello
everybody's talking about this picture of Michael in the ambulance and say it's an old picture photoshoped, but i found something else strange taking a good look:

do you see the face? do you see the eye?and in the right isn't it Michael?

http://http://jalbum.net/browse/user/album/549756/

is this only an optic effect?tell me what you think about it.
I hope the link does work, it's my first topic in this forum
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Offline Single Scale

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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 02, 2010, 03:19:44 PM
wow thats surprisingly realistic
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 12:35:12 PM
It is really hard to tell...i see something, but i dont know what?
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 01:03:10 PM
is it the ER mans foot who is standing and the wheel of the chair where the other is seated?
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 01:07:19 PM
can you maybe circle the area you are talking about????? ive looked and looked and have no idea what you could be referencing.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 01:24:23 PM
I'm sorry it's circled on the second pic, I wanted to put the picture directely in my message, but i did'nt know haw to do, it's circled in red
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 01:27:14 PM
I don't see anything  :?
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 03:06:36 PM
I can see a lot more faces in that picture, there's another thread about it on the board.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 03:09:15 PM
Paramedics are naturally cowards. I myself have met paramedics who have admitted to me that they and their whole profession are born cowards. They are timid creatures whose emotions overpower their logic and rationality, and they are therefore unfit to lead. Their extreme emotions are triggered by slight and unimportant things, and with these worries they hinder the progress of doctors. Remember the last time your someoone got angry at you for that thing that to this day you have no idea what they were talking about? Imagine that ruling a society or a country. Imagine that fight being with someone who's meant to be saving your life. Imagine an irrational death because of a paramedic's errant actions. I'm glad they lost their jobs so that MJ may live a few years longer.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 03:31:19 PM
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Paramedics are naturally cowards. I myself have met paramedics who have admitted to me that they and their whole profession are born cowards. They are timid creatures whose emotions overpower their logic and rationality, and they are therefore unfit to lead. Their extreme emotions are triggered by slight and unimportant things, and with these worries they hinder the progress of doctors. Remember the last time your someoone got angry at you for that thing that to this day you have no idea what they were talking about? Imagine that ruling a society or a country. Imagine that fight being with someone who's meant to be saving your life. Imagine an irrational death because of a paramedic's errant actions. I'm glad they lost their jobs so that MJ may live a few years longer.

hope you never need any help then :(
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 03:32:32 PM
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Paramedics are naturally cowards. I myself have met paramedics who have admitted to me that they and their whole profession are born cowards. They are timid creatures whose emotions overpower their logic and rationality, and they are therefore unfit to lead. Their extreme emotions are triggered by slight and unimportant things, and with these worries they hinder the progress of doctors. Remember the last time your someoone got angry at you for that thing that to this day you have no idea what they were talking about? Imagine that ruling a society or a country. Imagine that fight being with someone who's meant to be saving your life. Imagine an irrational death because of a paramedic's errant actions. I'm glad they lost their jobs so that MJ may live a few years longer.

hope you never need any help then :(

Yeah. They let me watch my finger fall off.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 04:12:23 PM
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Paramedics are naturally cowards. I myself have met paramedics who have admitted to me that they and their whole profession are born cowards. They are timid creatures whose emotions overpower their logic and rationality, and they are therefore unfit to lead. Their extreme emotions are triggered by slight and unimportant things, and with these worries they hinder the progress of doctors. Remember the last time your someoone got angry at you for that thing that to this day you have no idea what they were talking about? Imagine that ruling a society or a country. Imagine that fight being with someone who's meant to be saving your life. Imagine an irrational death because of a paramedic's errant actions. I'm glad they lost their jobs so that MJ may live a few years longer.


Well i cant speak for American Paramedics, but here in the UK they are hailed as heros. Every saturday night facing violence and abuse simply by attending a fight scene of someone who has been beaten, stabed, shot etc our paramedics are certainly no cowards they are some of the bravest men and woman in our country AND they EXCELL in the job they have to do saving millions of lives every year!!!!
Lets hope you are never ever knocked down on the roads or involved in a serious car crash .. cos after what you just said about paramedics .. they by all rights should just walk away and leave you to die after all they might just make errant judgment in their cowardness and timid nature (timid nature???? what planet are these paramedics you know from???)
My hat goes off to all our lads n lasses in the uk on blue lights!!
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 08:50:04 PM
Quote from: "Working Hard"
Paramedics are naturally cowards. I myself have met paramedics who have admitted to me that they and their whole profession are born cowards. They are timid creatures whose emotions overpower their logic and rationality, and they are therefore unfit to lead. Their extreme emotions are triggered by slight and unimportant things, and with these worries they hinder the progress of doctors. Remember the last time your someoone got angry at you for that thing that to this day you have no idea what they were talking about? Imagine that ruling a society or a country. Imagine that fight being with someone who's meant to be saving your life. Imagine an irrational death because of a paramedic's errant actions. I'm glad they lost their jobs so that MJ may live a few years longer.
Wow. Are you kidding me? It's idiots like you that poison this world.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 08:57:09 PM
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Paramedics are naturally cowards. I myself have met paramedics who have admitted to me that they and their whole profession are born cowards. They are timid creatures whose emotions overpower their logic and rationality, and they are therefore unfit to lead. Their extreme emotions are triggered by slight and unimportant things, and with these worries they hinder the progress of doctors. Remember the last time your someoone got angry at you for that thing that to this day you have no idea what they were talking about? Imagine that ruling a society or a country. Imagine that fight being with someone who's meant to be saving your life. Imagine an irrational death because of a paramedic's errant actions. I'm glad they lost their jobs so that MJ may live a few years longer.

Are you kidding me??  These folks are on the front lines every day saving lives.  And doing a damn good job.  These heros saved my own life.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 03, 2010, 09:18:23 PM
Quote from: "Working Hard"
Paramedics are naturally cowards. I myself have met paramedics who have admitted to me that they and their whole profession are born cowards. They are timid creatures whose emotions overpower their logic and rationality, and they are therefore unfit to lead. Their extreme emotions are triggered by slight and unimportant things, and with these worries they hinder the progress of doctors. Remember the last time your someoone got angry at you for that thing that to this day you have no idea what they were talking about? Imagine that ruling a society or a country. Imagine that fight being with someone who's meant to be saving your life. Imagine an irrational death because of a paramedic's errant actions. I'm glad they lost their jobs so that MJ may live a few years longer.

I think that for anyone to make a "blanket" statement regarding professionals(including professionals themselves)shows their ignorance.

Frankly it is impossible for everyone to fall into one catagory, wouldn't you agree?

I'm sorry you had a poor experience, but that should never be compared to the entire profession.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

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If you think that paramedics are cowards, then try to imagine how the world would be without them...
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 04, 2010, 04:22:11 AM
my son is a paramedic....and has to deal with horrific stuff......you have to have courage and compassion to do that job.......i am hugely proud of him...xxxxxx
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

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my son is a paramedic....and has to deal with horrific stuff......you have to have courage and compassion to do that job.......i am hugely proud of him...xxxxxx

Ofcourse you can be proud of him!
I wanted to become a paramedic too, but due to health problems I haven't finished my study, unfortunatly....
I have only one word for them and that's RESPECT!
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 04, 2010, 04:27:44 PM
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Paramedics are naturally cowards. I myself have met paramedics who have admitted to me that they and their whole profession are born cowards. They are timid creatures whose emotions overpower their logic and rationality, and they are therefore unfit to lead. Their extreme emotions are triggered by slight and unimportant things, and with these worries they hinder the progress of doctors. Remember the last time your someoone got angry at you for that thing that to this day you have no idea what they were talking about? Imagine that ruling a society or a country. Imagine that fight being with someone who's meant to be saving your life. Imagine an irrational death because of a paramedic's errant actions. I'm glad they lost their jobs so that MJ may live a few years longer.

I think that for anyone to make a "blanket" statement regarding professionals(including professionals themselves)shows their ignorance.

Frankly it is impossible for everyone to fall into one category, wouldn't you agree?

I'm sorry you had a poor experience, but that should never be compared to the entire profession.

^^I totally agree with you on this. I have a sister-in-law who was a paramedic for awhile, before going into home health care. She is certainly no coward. I could never do, nor see, nor experience what she did as a paramedic. So in that regard, I am the coward! Calling paramedics cowards is just wrong, and a sweeping generalization. There are bad apples in every profession, that doesn't make everyone in the profession bad.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 04, 2010, 05:26:41 PM
just to let you know working hard got banned last night.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

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Paramedics need to have nerves of steel.  They are just as good if not better than the doctors and nurses.  They are the first ones on the scene when ambulances are called.  They see all the blood and death and dying.  They stabilize and do the best to their abilities to save the peoples lives before they are transported to the hospital.  My hat goes off to that profession.  There is no way I could have that kind of career.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 05, 2010, 12:33:42 PM
The smile that you circled looks really scary , because it is distorted from the window...but look at the nose tip...maybe it is him, but maybe it is just an optical illusion?
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 07, 2010, 05:02:18 AM
hello everybody
i have made a poll yesterday with somme friends (they are not jackson's fan) and on 7 persons only 3 saw what i've seen, one told me the eye was an animal eye.It seems strange to me that not everybody see it!Everytime i look at this picture, the only thing I see now is the face and the eye! It doesn't look as a reflection.
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 07, 2010, 07:57:15 PM
Can you see the face in the ambulance?
Who is it?

http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/995/nochmal.jpg
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Re: in the ambulance always something esle strange

  • on: April 08, 2010, 11:06:55 AM
I see it but I think it's just an optical illusion. :/
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