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Old 09-30-2012, 10:03 PM   #15
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I have learned that it is better to get a solid bonk on the head than a glancing scrape on a sharp metal door corner. Last scrape resulted in 15 stitches...OUCH!

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That's gonna leave a mark.

Something I've noticed... The less hair a person has on the top of their head, the more easily it bleeds.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:59 PM   #16
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I have learned that it is better to get a solid bonk on the head than a glancing scrape on a sharp metal door corner. Last scrape resulted in 15 stitches...OUCH!

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Oh man, that had to hurt!! I'll take the flashlight any day! The flashlight has found a new home where it can't hit my head again, unless I roll over.
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Some days chicken some days feathers. On the feather days I just stop and take a nap, have a cool drink and try again later. Look like them side out corners hurt, big ouch!
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:10 PM   #18
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wife sent in picture, logged in as me!

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I have learned that it is better to get a solid bonk on the head than a glancing scrape on a sharp metal door corner. Last scrape resulted in 15 stitches...OUCH!

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Great! My wife is sending in pictures of my "experiences" when logged in as me! I need to change my password!
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Great! My wife is sending in pictures of my "experiences" when logged in as me! I need to change my password!
I wonder why we all suddenly like your wife?
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Man that gash is ghastly, hope you are all healed up.
About the flashlight, it may be time to switch to one of those multiple LED jobs that run on 4 aaa or 4aas. My problem is that once I find a good place for things I can't find em when I need em.
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I have maybe 5-6 of those 3 -AAA 9 LED Harbor Freight lights around home and in my MH. Handy little guys. Some are even vinyl coated.
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