Around the Blogosphere – September 22

Presented for your enjoyment and/or enlightenment, a random assortment of things I’ve found interesting recently. Like everything else at NfMH, AtB will run irregularly at my whim.

For openers, Peter at Bayou Renaissance Man presents the ultimate collection of playground FAIL. Peter runs a very enlightening blog and was the inspiration for Around the Blogosphere.

Michael Morse is finding his compassion and saving lives in Providence. Nice job, Lieutenant.

Kal over at Trauma Queen is having a teachable moment.

The Grumpy Dispatcher has started a new job, and he’s getting back in touch with the personal side. It’s great, and it isn’t.

Too Old to Work, Too Young to Retire has a two-part series on constructing your ‘end of the world’ first aid kit. Once you’ve read that, slide over to Happy Medic’s place for his important personal Disaster Plan series. (It’s not new, but it is always relevant and important.)

Speaking of Happy, he and Motorcop have been running an awareness campaign for male-specific cancers this month called Kilted to Kick Cancer. Ambulance Driver is running a fundraising challenge with cool prizes and some fun side bets. Drop by, pick a favorite, and make a difference. And get checked!

Finally tonight, CKEMTP chimes in with a UK police blog I’d never read before. Minimum Cover writes of every police officer and medic’s nightmare. It’s very well written but not for the faint of heart.

That’s all for now. Stay safe!