|Reviews for Dispatcher|
| Guest 5/12/13 . chapter 34
I love this story. If someone were to ask me if I'd be reading a story that goes years between updates and has been going on for nearly eight years, I would tell them YES! I adore your female OC, she's so much like all the other Sues that populate this fandom, yet she's unique in that she's Dixie's niece. So naughty! And evil candy stripers are so fun! I also like that you're making Chet the usual butthead that so many of the other writers do on here, his character so deserves it for picking on poor little Johnny all the time.
| Beta 5/7/13 . chapter 34
First off you need a beta. "nit" should be "knit" One major flaw, Candy Stripers are usually unpaid volunteers. Now if they were student nurses that would be different since they would be paid.
| Firemnwnb 5/9/13 . chapter 34
I loved the Chapter
| miss.prissypants25 5/8/13 . chapter 34
This chapter is so sweet. I love Johnny and Dee Dee's relationship. :)
| Donna Dodson 5/4/13 . chapter 1
I love it. I hope something will happen with these too they are my favorite so far . Cher figure out that Samdy is using him because of Johnny hasn't ask her out because of Miss McCall niece I thinks better for him they are some age I think so hope there is more on these too keep up the good work can't wait for the next one read the hole story again make sure I remember what read so far good job .
| Charlene 5/3/13 . chapter 33
Great story! Cannot wait for more. What is Chet going to do and is Sandy going to be fired along with more people?
| Guest 5/3/13 . chapter 33
I dislike Craig Brice as much as everyone else, but I honestly can't see him getting this worked up over Roy leaving the compartment unlocked on the squad. Brice knew that Roy took the drug box in with them on the call, plus he knew that Stoker was standing by with the engine, so his outrage doesn't ring true to me, it feels seriously overdone.
| miss.prissypants25 5/3/13 . chapter 33
This definitely makes up for the time. I don't know why, but I love seeing Roy mad like that. It makes him seem human I guess. Can't wait for the next chapter. :D
| Firemnwnb 4/19/13 . chapter 32
Please Update Soon!
| BBecker 4/14/13 . chapter 31
An interesting thumbnail sketch on 911 history! I'd often wondered how and when it came about. However, it didn't seem to be universally adopted right away, did it? During the time I was in grade school in Great Bend, Kansas (which coincided almost exactly with the time E! was in production [1972 - 1977]) I remember our having to dial the police and fire departments directly. I don't recall 911 being used there at that time. Moving to Topeka, KS in 1979 was my first introduction to it. On another note, Great Bend/Barton County, KS was still using the old Rural Route mail delivery system - at that time the county roads weren't numbered as specifically as they are now. Now, everyone has a specific numerical address on a specifically-numbered country road. I remember once asking a Great Bend firefighter how they responded to calls out in the county with RFD addresses and he told me, "Well, we basically know everyone out there and where they live". Kind of a throwback to Andy of Mayberry. As I recall, Great Bend was the ONLY paid fire department in Barton County and as such covered much of the county as well as the city. As I understand it, these rural address changes came about as a direct result of the nation-wide adoption of the 911 emergency response system. In it, I believe a specific street address is required. Perhaps someone else could weigh in here and correct me if I am wrong...30 years makes the memory hazy but I just don't think rural Kansas had 911 in the 70's. As always, thank you for letting me weigh in on this forum (-:
| BBecker 4/14/13 . chapter 24
Yes, I've known several "Sandy's" in my time - and some of them were actually dudes (yes, men are as gossip-prone as the ladies!) They are extremely annoying to say the least. And, they can do a lot of damage in a social situation if left to their devices long enough. It seems no matter how close-mouthed one is about personal business, these types seem to have ways of ferreting out information and bandying it about - often w/o knowing any or all of the facts. I saw this a LOT during my military time (US Army 1984 -1988). After awhile, I just never told any of my buddies anything personal since you never knew when "Sandy" might be listening in.
(Those who do this sort of thing for a living are called Journalists!)
| BBecker 4/14/13 . chapter 15
Cap - Sounds like your "ex" is a pretty decent fellow and how wonderful that he got the chance to go into action with his sons (-:
Hope everyone is OK. Let us know how everything turns out.
| BBecker 4/14/13 . chapter 9
I hope Cap was going to make his famous clam chowder!
| BBecker 4/14/13 . chapter 5
What is it with Johnny and rattlesnakes? He might as well just learn to love 'em, I guess.
Just a few typos here and there but a compelling and enjoyable story so far (-:
| acadia93 2/28/13 . chapter 32
thx for writing this whole story for us :) Your doing great so far! By the way your an awesome writer :)