“You know what they say about men with small hands,” Rubio said of Trump’s hands during a campaign stop in March. “You can’t trust them.”
It never clicked in his little brain that whatever was missing in Donald Trump’s hands was added to his ears. His ears are as large as those of an elephant.
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Now, a matter that might be of interest to every member of this community, which is a personal experience. When you have a medical situation, whom do you call? The emergency number at 911, and normally the City of Las Vegas fire department answers the call.
The most depressing situation is when the fire department paramedic is a midget with a complex attitude of a giant.
A week ago being all-alone at home, I was in need of help when a friend came to my home to help me with a very sick relative. This man is old and not in the best health ever. He developed chest pain and was very short of breath, so I called 911.
When the fire crew arrived, even though there was a Captain in charge, the little midget, called Aaron, took charge of the situation. As the lady of the house, I tried to explain the situation but this little midget, Aaron, told me “ Shut up, I am not talking to you.”
The little midget, Aaron, looked at the other Medic who was supposed to perform an EKG and told him “stop that,” and the Captain continued to just stand there looking stupid. The person in question never had an EKG to know if he was having a heart attack. He was later treated at a local hospital.
When midget Aaron told me to shut up, I immediately thought and felt for the women in his household, whether a mother, a wife, a girlfriend, a lover or a “significant other.” See, we never know who the partner might be.
Honestly, I have no idea how a Captain could have become a Captain of the Fire Department when a little midget working with the fire department can intimidate coworkers and even his own Captain.
The Chief of the Department should be looking at this situation, but apparently he is very distracted with lesser problems to get involved in this type of problem, which are very important to this community.
Perly Viasmensky is the General Manager of the Las Vegas Tribune. She writes a weekly column in this newspaper. To contact Perly Viasmensky, email her at pviasmensky@lasvegas tribune.com.