Posts tagged death
37: Hard Lessons from an Old School Cop

Malcolm "Mackie" Lamar Kendrick is a retired police officer from Savannah, GA. In an in-depth and eye-opening discussion we talk about police corruption, racism, politics, the heavy burden of being a police officer and how law enforcement has become more dangerous to work. We also talk about his undying love for his wife, his devotion to his disabled daughter and his love for Cher.

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08: Two Ex-Cops Sharing Stories and a Bowl

WARNING: THIS EPISODE IS GRAPHIC

Christopher (alias) is a former Police Officer and U.S. Army Soldier who worked with me in the same police precinct. We talked about the good times, the bad and the nightmarish times of being a cop and the life after you stop doing that type of work. We also talk about how we dealt with trauma we encounter and how it still affects us. Also, we smoked a some pot and thoroughly enjoyed it.

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02: When Your Heart Suddenly Stops

A Florida man who is either extremely lucky or was granted a miracle, J.R. Bourne is a survivor of Sudden Cardiac Arrest when an incredible turn of events saved his life. He faced death and is now living with an Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD) implanted in his chest, J.R. became has become an advocate for people learning CPR and getting AED’s (Automated External Defibrillators) into the Jacksonville Community. A big shout out for this episode to the Jacksonville Beach Volunteer Life Saving Corps for saving J.R. Bournes’ Life.

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01: Surviving Lupus

Rebecca Swan, a constant fighter against the horrific disease of Systemic Lupus Erythematous, she has nearly died 3 times, almost lost her leg and is on chemo to keep living. Despite her deadly disease, she has lived a long and fulfilling life. From being an EMT to raising a wonderful family, her interview will inspire anyone who is fighting against Lupus.

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