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brian_porbansky I never got to meet them but this is where my grandparents lived for years during and after the Great Depression with 5 children (7 total) in a small apartment. East 5th St., NY, NY 3d
  •   brian_porbansky As expected I didn't find anyone who's been there all these years to talk to but those I did speak to enlightened me on the glorious "heroin days" and how the street was basically set on fire to make way for new housing 3d
  •   twistingturning Hipsters 3d
  •   brian_porbansky @twistingturning hipster pioneers 3d

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brian_porbansky All I can do is try my best for you 3d

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brian_porbansky @thekurn ... ELOPED 4d

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brian_porbansky A profound hatred of linens #macekurakodet2014 4d

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brian_porbansky Oof... 5d

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brian_porbansky Bruh, SEPTAs new slogan bruh 6d

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brian_porbansky It'll be alright Dave... 7d

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brian_porbansky I have a new band called Whisper. We're playing this Thursday at 1940 E Hazzard St. Kensington. Philadelphia, PA. This order is likely not true. 1w

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brian_porbansky Today is my parents 39th anniversary. This was from a Rahway newspaper in 1975 my mom found on Google 3w

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brian_porbansky LOST CAUZ 3w

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brian_porbansky I've had my share of days doubting my ability and skills to treat people and take care of certain things within my realm for work. I've had patients I've lost and seen people make significant and remarkable turn arounds I never believed were possible. This morning a patient that was not mine coded and went into cardiac arrest in our waiting room. Apart from bringing a crash cart to the scene, I was not actively involved in this situation as the emergency response team was already present. Life saving measures carried on for over 15 minutes and eventually the individual was resuscitated, intubated, successfully then later stabilized in the ICU. On my lunch break trying to clear my head away from work, I ran into a patient I had treated several months ago I didn't believe I could ever help who had been wearing knee and ankle braces for years with chronic pain in his hips, knees, and ankles. He was without all braces and looked 20 years younger. He said he no longer had pain or limitations. I was blown away. He would not let me return to work without thanking me. Later today I treated a 28 year old female with pain in her left ankle and knee for 7 years following a motor vehicle accident resulting in a shattered tibia. I have seen her 3-4 times now and she states she no longer has pain and ran for her first time in the gym today without issues. I've got a lot to learn and never will be content without learning more and more and pushing for better, but despite all the initial unfortunate circumstances that started this day, today was quite possibly one of the most rewarding days of my life. Life can be surreal and unpredictable. Keep your head up. Keep looking up. 3w
  •   megstizz How lucky you are to see and hear the progress of your talents! You must feel so honored to help so many people! 3w
  •   karimehome ️ this! It's nice to see someone care so much about what they do. You're an awesome dude doing awesome things! 3w
  •   mgsloan Aw Briannnnn 3w
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  •   existexpire Stop being so positive. You're harshing my negativity vibes. 3w
  •   abeillesilv you're my favorite, keep on healing and taking pix 3w
  •   piyowassup This is awesome. 3w

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brian_porbansky Summer 3w

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brian_porbansky the beautiful people 4w

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