I’m a fan of the Skids, a team of firefighters and rescue workers who patrol the streets of Los Angeles during the winter months.
They’re also the first line of defense in a fire, but sometimes you need to help.
Firefighters call them Skiddogs, which is short for “skid dog,” and are responsible for protecting skid marks from falling objects and making sure the flames don’t catch fire.
When they’re not chasing down fires, they’re also responsible for keeping a fire safe by making sure no one gets hurt.
But when the Skiders get hurt or are forced to move to a safer position, they can be the ones who get the fire under control.
The first thing to do is take care of the fire.
You can always put out the flames by extinguishing the flames, but there are other options to keep a fire under a control.
To prevent the SkIDS from jumping into the flames when it gets out of control, you can: Don’t jump into the fire if you can help it.
Don’t let a Skiddog jump into a fire if they’re the only one that can get out of the way.