Joined 9 years ago from Quincy, MA
My name is Andy Galley, I'm 27 years old, and live in Quincy, Massachusetts. I was born and raise about twenty minutes south of Boston and decided to leave Boston for the first time in September of 2014.
I rode my bicycle down the east coast--beginning in Boston and wound up in Savannah, Georgia. After spending the brutal winter of 2014-2015 in Georgia, I decided it was time to come home, so back to Boston I went.
Now I find myself trying to figure out what I want to do in life, so I figure I may as well write stuff again. Here you'll find some of my opinions and short papers I write in classes.
9 years ago
My opinions on why the fighting in the NHL is necessary.
9 years ago
So, Fox News posted a question on Facebook asking people to share their stories about EMTs being late responding to an emergency. Needless to say it pissed me off so I wrote down my thoughts.
9 years ago
The following is a piece on the experiences I've had working as an EMT. These events have influenced who I am today.
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