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    [–] 28/F/SLC Emergency Dept. RN EDC RadSickGnar 1 points ago in EDC

    They're amazing! I love them

    [–] 28/F/SLC Emergency Dept. RN EDC RadSickGnar 2 points ago in EDC

    I like the watch! I don't use it to it's full potential most of the time so it lasts me several days between charges. But if you are using the GPS features there's a few battery saving options. And it's surprisingly light for the size!

    [–] 28/F/SLC Emergency Dept. RN EDC RadSickGnar 1 points ago in EDC

    Smith & Wesson executive folding knife!

    [–] 28/F/SLC Emergency Dept. RN EDC RadSickGnar 4 points ago in EDC

    I got the raptors as a gift and I use them as often as possible! I love seeing what they can cut through. But I'm afraid for the day they get messed up.

    [–] 28/F/SLC Emergency Dept. RN EDC RadSickGnar 8 points ago in EDC

    -Suunto Spartan Sport watch -0.7mm Zebra pen -Blistex pure and simple lip balm -Leatherman Raptor trauma shears -Pocket holder with hemostat and extra scissors -Wallet -Keys -Littmann stethoscope -Smith & Wesson pocket knife

    My work essentials!

    [–] Conflict of interest? RadSickGnar 2 points ago in RealEstate

    No we haven't signed anything other than the general paperwork. We are insisting on a thorough inspection (and quote to fix) of the problem areas regardless of what she says because it just seems ridiculous to ignore an obvious problem.

    [–] Conflict of interest? RadSickGnar 2 points ago in RealEstate

    So I don't get it. The only thing she is managing to do is piss us off. We have no problem walking away from the house if things don't work out. In the beginning we thought she was great, but now it's to the point where I wouldn't recommend her to anyone.

    [–] Reddit, whats the funniest thing that a random stranger said to you that made you die laughing inside? RadSickGnar 1 points ago in AskReddit

    This makes me laugh looking back but was not funny at the time (for me)

    When I was in 6th grade I walked into a bathroom stall and closed the door. The metal door then promptly fell off the hinges and trapped me underneath it. I was mortified and was so small that I couldn't push it off of myself. So the male principal then rushes into the bathroom and pulls the door off of me (making my embarrassment even worse). I'm sobbing at this point as I'm walked to the principal's office to calm down. A teacher at the school walks into the room to, what I thought at the time, reassure me. She kneels down and looks me in the eye and says "oh honey, there are people who get trapped places all the time and there's no one there to find them." Which weirdly enough did not make me feel better. Satisfied with her statement she pats me on the knee and walks out.

    Now looking back on it whenever I tell that story I can't help but laugh. My wife thinks it's hysterical that someone would ever say that to a child. I can still hear her verbatim saying that to a 10year old me