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Hello and Welcome to the station!! I hope you have a great time while you're here!! Check out my pages and at any time e-mail me at cyberpsycho1@hotmail.com with your questions or comments. And of course, don't forget to Sign My Guestbook.


Image Since this is a fire station, I have devised a fire call system. If you follow the right links, you'll find your self facing intense situations and making split-second decisions. Right now, it's only a series of pages with pictures, but it will soon be a JAVA thing once I remember how to write JAVA! (CURRENTLY NON-OPERATIONAL)

So now take off your shoes, get some ice cream (its a firefighter thing), sit back, and relax!

There is a lot to this page, and you will find that everywhere you turn you'll find something new. In order to start your journey of the station, you may want to enter the engine bay. Here the station breaks off and you can take a look at where ya want to go next! You can also go to the EXCELLENT picture page with over 45 pics and more added everyday! Definatley a MUST SEE!! Otherwise you can go to the bottom of the page and click on the site index, which you will find is the backbone to the whole station.

Also, you will notice that there are scattered quotes, stories, and selections from In The Line Of Duty®. If you have a catchy quote, or story, PLEASE email me with it and I'll put it up on the page.

The station is dedicated to all those who so fearlessly risk thier lives, to save the lives of others. Please go to the poem page for some touching poems to honor those great firefighters who have died in the line of duty.

The Engine Bay

The Ready Room

The Picture Index

The Captian's Quarters

Learn more about Cyberpsycho

Poems and Stories about Fire Fighting

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A blonde calls 911 in a panic and tells the dispatcher her house is on fire. The dispatcher tells her "Calm down, tell us how to get to your house." The blonde replies, "In the big red trucks, DUH!".



The Chief and his Deputy  went golfing together one Saturday morning, as they have done since they were cadets 24 years ago.  You might say these guys were fanatics about their golfing.
That afternoon the Deputy returned home exhausted, and plopped down dejectedly in his easy chair. His wife, concerned by his appearance, asks if something went wrong with his game.
"No, no," he replied, "I had the best game I had in years! As a matter of fact, I started out the first three holes at 4 under par, including a hole-in-two on the 3rd."
"So why are you so beat?" his wife asked.
"Well, the Chief had a heart attack and died on the 4th hole," he said.
"What?!? And you’re so exhausted from trying to save him, huh?"
"No, It was very quick and there was nothing anyone could’ve done. But after that, it was just hit the ball, drag the Chief,   hit the ball, drag the Chief..."


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