|Reviews for Sixty Seconds|
| M. Louise E chapter 1 . 2/14
Nicely Done. :D
| USAFChief chapter 1 . 8/17/2011
"A tie and boxer shorts. It's a good look for you, Tony. No, seriously. It would make Hugh Hefner proud."
Great line! Nice job on this one.
| Pavonem chapter 1 . 7/29/2011
Yay McGee! I love DiNozzo/McGee friendship, and this was well written, and and that image of Tony in only his tie and boxers? Hot! (Am I shallow? Yes. Guilty? No.)
And McGee as a champion scuba diver? Completely possible in a world where you can rip out a windshield and steering wheel underwater. :)
| Dixie Dewdrop chapter 1 . 4/2/2011
Good for Tim- he did a great job. Your description was good.
| Foxtail-Padfoot chapter 1 . 3/29/2011
Love it. Great rescue/friendship story. Adding it to my C2.
| yuialex chapter 1 . 3/25/2011
I liked you story, I really did. The way you described Tims stress was great. I was almost gasping for air myself.
Just would like to point out that it is physically impossible to make somebody survive with just CPR. CPR excist just so that you as a bystander can still stop the person from becoming brain dead or die before someone gives the person eletrick shock. You just keep up the blod flow when the heart stops working.
It's movies and series mainly from hollywood who has started the "knowledge" of people surviving just by CPR. Just ask someone who has a real couse in first aid (not thise they teach you in school), or a nurse.
And if you are to do CPR 30 comressions after 3 minutes is to slow, and the person would had died. We learnd 20 compressions in 18 seconds, and two inblows, and 20 again ect. for 30 minutes (this is the norweegian standard, and may be a litte different in other countries when it comes to how many compressions before inblowing), if you have not given the person a shock after 30 minutes the person is completly braindameg or dead. (exept if the person is highly cooled down, then you can try for 2 hours.)
To be honest I was not planning on leaving a lecture, but I think it is important for people to know this.
From someone with the first aid course and who work part time in a nursinghome for elderly.
| Temperance-is -a -virtue chapter 1 . 3/15/2011
Awesome! That timmy sure can dive.
| swedish moose chapter 1 . 3/11/2011
"It was so much easier undressing oneself than one's partner.
And God, he was NEVER going to repeat THAT thought sequence to ANYONE. EVER."
Methinks McScuba protests too much. I bet DiNozzo wouldn't mind being undressed by his McSavior - though probably when they got back to the bullpen Tony would totally razz him over it. His way of saying thank you.
Then again, the last time McRescuer saved DiNozzo, he told him he loved him... ;) That was a great episode.
Don't mind me, the slash goggles are crazy-glued to my face.
| RHMichaud chapter 1 . 3/10/2011
WOW! Extremely intense. Loved it.
| diana teo chapter 1 . 3/9/2011
Did my review on the livejournal site get through? Anyhow,excellent description of Tim's underwater struggles,I felt his sensory deprivation also the boxers and tie combo(rrowrrr) and of course Palmer would think that,lol!
The last line was perfect.
| scousemuz1k chapter 1 . 3/9/2011
Told you to post it, said the knowall...I still love that last couple of lines; the handshake, and Tim's parting thought. Great stuff.
| AliyahNCIS chapter 1 . 3/9/2011
This was really good. I liked hero Tim and that he was good at swimming/holding his breath and tried so hard to save Tony. Good thing the team was close by and that Jimmy and Ducky could take care of them after too, thanks:)
| Belker chapter 1 . 3/9/2011
Well written little fic! Tim as a hero is always a favorite :)
| ls chapter 1 . 3/9/2011
| Loren chapter 1 . 3/9/2011
Wow! This is beautifully written, lots of great description, humour and of course drama. A fantastic little story, it's got it all! Nicely done!