I want to dedicate this post to the Lebanese Red Cross.
These guys don’t just pick up your drunken ass from the crash site to the hospital, they do much more. They’re a community devoted to improving their lifesaving techniques, void of any sectarian idiocy. A true Lebanese entity.
Some random facts:
- They’re paid in peanuts, or with positive life Karma.
- They always need more funding.
- They have Donations and blood drive centers.
- The Red Cross operates in 186 countries worldwide (and the Red Crescent Movement too).
- A very interesting but little known fact: Jean-Henri Dunant is author of 1859 “A Memory of Solferino”.
- https://twitter.com/Red140Cross (Yes, their number is 140)
- Twitter Quote on LRC by @ellaobk “@RyanHamze great people doing beyond great work.”
I would love to take first aid training courses with them. (Maybe something about what to do after a car crash,or some tips in case of a chemical attack.) When they actually DO give these first aid courses, I admittedly don’t have time to go. Maybe if someone mass marketed a huge training event?? *Sends subliminal messages to LRC Event & Marketing team*
Originally I had started writing this post to give everyone an insight on the LRC community, but after a few months of hard research, I had to omit so many paragraphs and ideas because I couldn’t bring myself to shine on any issue that was beyond the obvious. These guys just rock. I mean it. There’s nothing else to say here…
Rock on \m/ ( *.*)\m/
This is my tribute. Hope I didn’t come up short.