Score
Title
10297
Fire Department Saves Dog after a House Fire.
9988
caught me a reddit admin yeeeeee doggieeeee
39334
Ran teleprompter for the DICE Awards last night. This was my favorite joke of the show.
7410
Wholesome anime
6235
West Virginia Judge Dismisses Murray Energy's Case Against HBO, John Oliver
27802
Maia (pup) and Bear (tort) enjoying each other’s company
19170
Just finished this painting of a clock and some cars
32815
That's an intelligent bird
2774
FBI wiretaps show Sean Miller discussed $100K payment to lock recruit
48041
TIL that Abraham Lincoln once gave a speech so enthralling that reporters in the audience stopped taking notes and now we don't know what he said.
40758
My mom in the early 90s. She painted her own shield.
24144
Wisconsin high school student on leading walkout: 'leadership from adults wasn't getting us anywhere'
53463
Relevant and relatable
17905
My local library has vault you can go into to talk on your phone.
6744
Today Estonia celebrates 100 years of independence.
26431
That logic
2492
Meet Narnia.
37904
Me after doing the bare minimum
9325
Apartment at the Ile St. Louis, Paris [1000 x 667]
39337
Former Trump campaign official Rick Gates pleads guilty to lying and conspiracy against the United States
6884
ITAP of my girlfriend looking at some mountains
16920
bRAvE SoLdIeR GeTs ObLITerAtEd bY StATE oF ThE ARt tRIpMiNE
31260
When is he gonno-rrhealize
7674
Please give me thousands of dollars worth of airfare for free
35420
hmmm
33473
Love to shutterstock see this kind of stuff
7889
Youtuber orders a $6,000 camera from Amazon and gets rocks instead. Returns it, gets a new one, and it's bricks this time.
20000
FCC chair Pai receives NRA gun award for courage
3038
Her profile is a gold mine for stuff like this.
23048
German foreign Office release wholesome travel advisory for Germans in Canada after amazing semi-final victory
12733
HMF while I secure the skate park
20351
How Plo Koon could have survived Order 66.
6649
SUV
9746
A superb conversation with Bob Ross
11653
Catching the fishy
3374
Watch as a little puffer fish makes a beautiful work of art
6871
It would be much useful to get new teeth at 40 rather than whem you are 10.
14327
Went on my first audition after a hiatus (screw PTSD), booked the gig and smiled with teeth for the first time in over a year!
12121
Well that's not rapey at all
14977
Humble.
1939 kid320 I work for a fire alarm company. There have been times when a customer is angry that nobody called them to notify them about an issue with their system. Our central station has all calls recorded. I love to conference my phone with my computer and play them the call recording of them receiving the call as they complain they were never contacted. There have been times when they've literally received a call daily for the past two months and still attempt to claim they had no idea there was an issue. After proving this to them, they're often still angry at me for their failure to take action on a problem. Funny how that works.
7407 nomadhappy Shame too, the first 4-8 hours of a tire theft are the most important.
975 r_notfound The true malicious compliance would have been to wait a minute and call him again. Because that would be a *different* time to call him at. Repeat as needed.
1137 maiLman54 As a fellow 911 Dispatcher, love this! However, my agency probably still would have disciplined us because we didn't call the owner back and made the situation very clear before they hung up a second time. -_-
2525 Niximus 42 comments and nobody has said it. He didn't want you calling him at that hour of the morning... because he was **tired**!
50 Rotten__ I work for an AMR call center. When someone gets dispatched, but the person says they don't want a ride, no matter the reason, we're not supposed to give them a new ride. That's called denying transportation, and it's a reason for not getting another ride. I love when people tell me, "Hey this person showed up too early, I don't want to go to the hospital before 0630 and it's 0540! I need a new ride later so I'm not so early!!" I like to tell them that we can't give you a ride, you denied transportation, please find another way there, *hang up*
40 mrsmiller121810 As a 911 Dispatcher myself I always get nervous calling people during the wee hours but my favorite call to make is the one asking the registered owner if they know where their car is and asking them to check the garage if they respond that it’s parked there.
204 NWCtim Is it standard for emergency dispatch to use a relatively benign sounding name like "[County] communications" when making a call like this?
224 virtualmitch101 It's Nice that you have a recording.
50 911ChickenMan Fellow 911 operator here. This stuff happens all the time, but it's especially awkward for us since we can't tell the person *why* we need them to show up (because of a stupid policy). All the time, this happens. Someone gets arrested for DUI and the following ensues: > "Radio, call *<phone number>* and see if they can pick up the vehicle." > 10-4. [...] > *ring, ring* "Hello, who is this?" > "Mr. Smith? This is *x* County dispatch. Your wife was involved in an incident and we need you to pick up her vehicle." > "Oh my god? What happened? Is she hurt?" > "I can't tell you any details. Will you be able to pick up the vehicle?" Shit drives me crazy. If it was them calling me, I'd be pissed if I didn't know if my loved one was hurt or killed.
1938 0 kid320 I work for a fire alarm company. There have been times when a customer is angry that nobody called them to notify them about an issue with their system. Our central station has all calls recorded. I love to conference my phone with my computer and play them the call recording of them receiving the call as they complain they were never contacted. There have been times when they've literally received a call daily for the past two months and still attempt to claim they had no idea there was an issue. After proving this to them, they're often still angry at me for their failure to take action on a problem. Funny how that works.
7408 0 nomadhappy Shame too, the first 4-8 hours of a tire theft are the most important.
966 0 r_notfound The true malicious compliance would have been to wait a minute and call him again. Because that would be a *different* time to call him at. Repeat as needed.
1139 0 maiLman54 As a fellow 911 Dispatcher, love this! However, my agency probably still would have disciplined us because we didn't call the owner back and made the situation very clear before they hung up a second time. -_-
2527 0 Niximus 42 comments and nobody has said it. He didn't want you calling him at that hour of the morning... because he was **tired**!
47 0 Rotten__ I work for an AMR call center. When someone gets dispatched, but the person says they don't want a ride, no matter the reason, we're not supposed to give them a new ride. That's called denying transportation, and it's a reason for not getting another ride. I love when people tell me, "Hey this person showed up too early, I don't want to go to the hospital before 0630 and it's 0540! I need a new ride later so I'm not so early!!" I like to tell them that we can't give you a ride, you denied transportation, please find another way there, *hang up*
45 0 mrsmiller121810 As a 911 Dispatcher myself I always get nervous calling people during the wee hours but my favorite call to make is the one asking the registered owner if they know where their car is and asking them to check the garage if they respond that it’s parked there.
198 0 NWCtim Is it standard for emergency dispatch to use a relatively benign sounding name like "[County] communications" when making a call like this?
223 0 virtualmitch101 It's Nice that you have a recording.
53 0 911ChickenMan Fellow 911 operator here. This stuff happens all the time, but it's especially awkward for us since we can't tell the person *why* we need them to show up (because of a stupid policy). All the time, this happens. Someone gets arrested for DUI and the following ensues: > "Radio, call *<phone number>* and see if they can pick up the vehicle." > 10-4. [...] > *ring, ring* "Hello, who is this?" > "Mr. Smith? This is *x* County dispatch. Your wife was involved in an incident and we need you to pick up her vehicle." > "Oh my god? What happened? Is she hurt?" > "I can't tell you any details. Will you be able to pick up the vehicle?" Shit drives me crazy. If it was them calling me, I'd be pissed if I didn't know if my loved one was hurt or killed.