I like the challenge that gunshot wounds present. I like that they keep me on my toes as a provider. I like the load and go mentality of trauma.
I like the reassurance that people around here generally have bad aim.
I don't like single shots that create an injury incompatible to life.
I don't like recognizing someone we've fixed before, as my partner and I grant them one last measure of dignity, shielding them from the gathering crowd.
I don't like when the only person we transport from the scene is the family member who fainted at the sight of a simple white sheet spread over black asphalt, destroying life as they knew it.
I can't fix anything for anyone in this.