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    ✿ڿڰۣஇღ♥ wut ♥ღஇڿڰۣ✿ digesthisickness's Avatar
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    Default 911 operator scolds victim; victim dies

    in your opinion, could there be a hint to this operator's type hidden in how this call was handled?

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    piss on you people. i'll answer myself.

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    oh, i saw that on the news, digest. un-friggen-believable.

    how tragically ironic the 911 operator was when accusing her of wasting his time.

    my guess is some sort of ISxJ.
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    I tried to listen, but it was 39-minutes long.

    Only thing I noticed was that the call had the urgency equaling that of a job interview. It did seem like he was trying to track her down, but the whole "This better be real because this costs lots of money" scolding I don't think was entirely warranted.

    I'd be a terrible 911 operator. It would take me a month before my first thought after hearing a distressing call wouldn't be "Oh damn you should call the police."



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    I might guess ESTJ or ISFJ.

    I once thought about being a 911 operator. One of the most important parts of the job is the ability to stay calm and rational in stressful situations, and I think I do that well. And it's not like other jobs where you have to socialize the whole time, you're still alone, and you have a clear social role to play when answering distress calls. I think it would be interesting.

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    Is it me, or does the woman making the call sound like she's doing something as routine as ordering a burger 'n fries? I get zero sense of urgency based on what she's saying and how she's saying it.

    This is not a defense of the operator. This is a criticism of the caller.
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    there's a much shorter version of that call somewhere. i'd love to find it. a transcription would be great too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    there's a much shorter version of that call somewhere. i'd love to find it. a transcription would be great too.
    /agree I had a hard time making out everything she was saying since she was speaking so softly.
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    911 operators are always rude, I never seemed to get that. You could be in the process of being killed and the Operator would ask you to calm down and describe the situation.

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    found it!

    i'll replace this in the OP link.
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    So the victim herself called 911 as well? The call I heard was just the coworker calling 911.
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