On Fire

This refers to Michael Ciampo’s “Smells Like Food” (On Fire, November 2009). Things go wrong. It happens. Way to use it as a teaching point! I am certain that anyone who reads this column will take food on the stove more seriously next time.Samuel HittleFirefighterWichita (KS) Fire DepartmentI have just finished reading Michael Ciampo’s “It’s More than Fires” (On Fire, December 2009). WOW! I want to thank him for jarring our memories and making us think about what is really most important to all of us—it is, after all, about the kids! It’s about the little kids and the little kid that remains in all of us. No little kid ever wants to b...

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