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    Quote Originally Posted by vekdoggs75 View Post
    In all seriousness, is there going to be a written exam next time? The intelligence level can't get any lower....or can it
    I think the vulcans would want to see some sort of interview thrown into the hiring processe that would be ranked... altho, with a department this size that would be theoretically impossible, or close to it anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KeepItSimple78 View Post
    THIS WAS SENT TO ME FROM ANOTHER CANDIDATE

    "letter sent to oddo office ...wants us to have a rally on city hall...said they will get alot of reps there...
    they back us 100%"

    LOOKING FOR FEEDBACK ON THIS, ANYONE???
    I am all in. When and where??

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeepItSimple78 View Post
    THIS WAS SENT TO ME FROM ANOTHER CANDIDATE

    "letter sent to oddo office ...wants us to have a rally on city hall...said they will get alot of reps there...
    they back us 100%"

    LOOKING FOR FEEDBACK ON THIS, ANYONE???

    I'm in, would need a days notice.

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    Deleting posts and account.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iessthename View Post
    why are you still here? you have no place here...shouldn't you be studying for your supposed rookie school thats been mythically been going on now for some time now.

    btw, in the thread where you bashed the many respected members here, you lied when you said the dept you are on is twice as big as kenosha. chicago, greenbay, kenosha, Milwaukee and perioria are the biggest in the entire area. none of those equal a pop twice that of 94,000. most are about the same size as kenosha in geography/pop or much larger than twice the size.

    MUTT, get used to hearing it.
    Put a sock in it. You're the same troll that plagued the FDNY forum here but under a similar name. And for the record its not in the state of Wisconsin numb nuts

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    Get off our thread. Please keep your personal cr@p off this forum. ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by QueensFFCAND View Post
    Get off our thread. Please keep your personal cr@p off this forum. ....
    Enough Said....GET LOST...We Dont have the time to listen to you two go back and forth with one another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iessthename View Post
    For the record....who ever said Wisconsin? it wasn't written in the post, you hearing things or just have terrible reading comprehension?

    go back and read my post.... and tell my what state Peoria or Chicago is located in....then tell me what the heck you're talking about with bringing up wisconsin. hmmm.

    nice try, no dept in your area of the midwest matches what you've stated in the squad thread, which you so nicely massacred with your ignorant banter.

    get out of these guys thread, they'll see you for the trouble making MUTT that you are soon enough.


    HAHAHA Who is this Clown....Gotta be that idiot Paul Washington or that good for nothing Coombs...Just has to be one of those rodeo clowns.

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    Number of serious fires grow in New York as FDNY cuts back on manpower
    BY JONATHAN LEMIRE
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
    Friday, September 24th 2010, 4:00 AM



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    The increase in fires could be a warning for the understaffed Fire Department.
    The number of fires has increased across the city this year - particularly serious ones - and the tally could go even higher with expected FDNY manpower shortages, experts warned.
    After years of sharp reductions, the number of major fires increased more than 3% in the first seven months of this year, FDNY statistics show. Fire deaths have dropped slightly and remain ahead of last year's record low pace.
    But the jump in fires could be a warning sign for the FDNY, which is nearly 300 firefighters shy of its desired head count.
    "The longer you stretch the firemen out, the more problems you're going to have," said Glenn Corbett, a fire science professor at John Jay College. "These men are working OT and could be spread too thin."
    The city has been barred from hiring new firefighters until an agreement is reached with the federal judge who declared their entrance exams discriminatory to minority candidates. That could take up to a year.
    The number of serious fires - those that require at least 65 firefighters - increased from 1,387 to 1,430 through July. The sharpest upticks were in Brooklyn and the Bronx.
    "If the economy keeps getting worse, fires may keep creeping up," said Corbett. "People ... are using cheaper and less safe methods of heating ... like candles or space heaters."
    There have been 44 fire deaths through last month, down from 46 during the same time a year ago. There were 59 during the first eight months of 2008, according to the FDNY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Queens6019 View Post
    Number of serious fires grow in New York as FDNY cuts back on manpower
    BY JONATHAN LEMIRE
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
    Friday, September 24th 2010, 4:00 AM



    Bonifacio/News
    The increase in fires could be a warning for the understaffed Fire Department.
    The number of fires has increased across the city this year - particularly serious ones - and the tally could go even higher with expected FDNY manpower shortages, experts warned.
    After years of sharp reductions, the number of major fires increased more than 3% in the first seven months of this year, FDNY statistics show. Fire deaths have dropped slightly and remain ahead of last year's record low pace.
    But the jump in fires could be a warning sign for the FDNY, which is nearly 300 firefighters shy of its desired head count.
    "The longer you stretch the firemen out, the more problems you're going to have," said Glenn Corbett, a fire science professor at John Jay College. "These men are working OT and could be spread too thin."
    The city has been barred from hiring new firefighters until an agreement is reached with the federal judge who declared their entrance exams discriminatory to minority candidates. That could take up to a year.
    The number of serious fires - those that require at least 65 firefighters - increased from 1,387 to 1,430 through July. The sharpest upticks were in Brooklyn and the Bronx.
    "If the economy keeps getting worse, fires may keep creeping up," said Corbett. "People ... are using cheaper and less safe methods of heating ... like candles or space heaters."
    There have been 44 fire deaths through last month, down from 46 during the same time a year ago. There were 59 during the first eight months of 2008, according to the FDNY.
    we need more news articles like this.. open everyones eyes just a bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Queens6019 View Post
    Number of serious fires grow in New York as FDNY cuts back on manpower
    BY JONATHAN LEMIRE
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
    Friday, September 24th 2010, 4:00 AM



    Bonifacio/News
    The increase in fires could be a warning for the understaffed Fire Department.
    The number of fires has increased across the city this year - particularly serious ones - and the tally could go even higher with expected FDNY manpower shortages, experts warned.
    After years of sharp reductions, the number of major fires increased more than 3% in the first seven months of this year, FDNY statistics show. Fire deaths have dropped slightly and remain ahead of last year's record low pace.
    But the jump in fires could be a warning sign for the FDNY, which is nearly 300 firefighters shy of its desired head count.
    "The longer you stretch the firemen out, the more problems you're going to have," said Glenn Corbett, a fire science professor at John Jay College. "These men are working OT and could be spread too thin."
    The city has been barred from hiring new firefighters until an agreement is reached with the federal judge who declared their entrance exams discriminatory to minority candidates. That could take up to a year.
    The number of serious fires - those that require at least 65 firefighters - increased from 1,387 to 1,430 through July. The sharpest upticks were in Brooklyn and the Bronx.
    "If the economy keeps getting worse, fires may keep creeping up," said Corbett. "People ... are using cheaper and less safe methods of heating ... like candles or space heaters."
    There have been 44 fire deaths through last month, down from 46 during the same time a year ago. There were 59 during the first eight months of 2008, according to the FDNY.
    Great article. thank you for posting.
    Last edited by QCFRANKC; 09-24-2010 at 09:45 AM.

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    call me overly optimistic but i really think when they do start hiring it will be alot. theyre under headcount, people are leaving or retiring, the econmy is slowly coming back to life and they havent put a class through in 2 years.

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    Guys with over 20 will start retiring the OT is good, but with a new proby class nowhere in sight currently theyll sit tight for now, the tipping point will come

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    Quote Originally Posted by Queens6019 View Post
    Guys with over 20 will start retiring the OT is good, but with a new proby class nowhere in sight currently theyll sit tight for now, the tipping point will come

    Pretty much the only way we get called though is either Bloomy bows down to the Judge's ruling.....or Court of Appeals rules against the Judge (Way things are going I find that highly unlikely)....am I correct?

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    Just some food for thought:

    DAYS SINCE FDNY TEST WAS GIVEN: 1,343 (3 yrs 8 mos, 4 days)

    DAYS SINCE FDNY HAS LAST HIRED: 996 (2 yrs 8 mos 22 days)

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkUgmKi-_Ug



    Not sure if this has been posted as of yet...

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    Dont throw in the towel yet, remember anything can happen, as we have seen before december 2008 and august 2010 etc, but i would plan your future accordingly until your sworn in and on the payroll. On a side note, we should prob Try to start near the front of the run and run 2 next to eachother , the tunnel can get crowded and its hard to navigate by the walkers etc

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