If you remember the pilot you're bound to remember the theme from season 1, the best intro to a cop show since Z Cars.Yup, I think it might have been actually the pilot episode. It's been quite a while since I've watched the show so I am not sure.
Another thing, in American TV shows or films whenever a cop or anyone else picks up a handgun they just put a live magazine in and cock the weapon straight away? Why?
You can force a live mike though, and I suspect they might have. You can do that with almost any phone setup.
If you remember the pilot you're bound to remember the theme from season 1, the best intro to a cop show since Z Cars.
The thing is for some reason most of my mates didn't get into S&H until the second season (when they moved it to Saturday nights I think). And I couldn't convince them that the show used to have a really brilliant theme tune, not the rubbish that was played then. But of course this was nearly half a century ago and I began to doubt myself that any such "original" theme existed and for that matter I couldn't even remember what it sounded like.
Thank God for YouTube, brings back memories.
The ambulance triage process is just a level of questions that are Yes or No and lead the call handler to ask more specific questions based on your answers.
As certain questions are clicked Yes, then a dispatcher is fed the info, as the call is still going on to prioritise the response. It's not uncommon, in fact it's usual, for units to be on Blues & Two's before the call has ended.
I'll wager you didn't answer the questions properly
Edited to add - There's no real emotion involved in the process, it's all systemic
Good job that the MOD never twigged on that you can also succesfully operate a tank with one bloke .How about the rocket pods on aircraft that shoot like a machine gun. Crappy flames shoot out of the missile cells and there is a never ending amount of ammunition.
What's the Bond film with Pierce Brosnan in an L-39, Tomorrow Never Dies?
Or the AIM-9 a2a missile that is used for ground attack as in Tears of the Sun.
Ahem Dragnet got the motor pool cars point acrossAmerican police get the special cop build cool car.
The more unorthodox the cop the cooler the car.
McQueen in Bullet being the prime example
Only Columbo went against the norm with a banger
The cop special is bullet proof, explosive proof and can be slid round corners without damaging the tyres.
The bad guy stock motor explodes on impact with the slightest thing.
Again see Bullit the Charger explodes on impact while Steve's Mustang spins off the road and is still in working condition
and @Stonker It's an excellent example of writing like a native.
Admittedly, one who can't spell.
That makes me wonder how our current snowflake generation would react to reading the original Victor or Commando comics?Dammit, I honestly typed that on purpose so that a) it wouldn't be reported as a nasty Nazi slogan upsetting our snowflake members. and b) it was Americanized so GB would understand it was a joke.
What would you do ?
Interesting question.Whatever the instructors taught me! Surely one can load a hand gun without making it ready? I have never fired one myself but you do not cock a rifle until it is time to make ready.
Surely a handgun is the same? Perhaps TV and film characters do not need to worry about weapon safety?