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    I kissed a tree

    Second time in a decade.
    It's not as bad as last time(three broken ribs, two pulled off my sturnim and a brused heart), but it still hurt. Goddamn snowsnakes!
    Anasthesiologist, anasthestize thyself! I guess that means, more beer.

    or was that Physissss.. heal.... yejougugujbsj.g hk...Beer! Mmmmmm.

    Ouch!
    Your fear of looking stupid is holding you back.

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    Guess the tree kissed back, then...sounds nasty, careful with the laughing and coughing for a while...beer definitely helps.
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    suum quique

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    Last time it happened, was in March(1999). I took a week in Pheonix that year to watch spring training base ball. Orange blossoms happen in March, in Pheonix. I'm allergic to orange blossoms. You do the math.
    It wasn't pretty.
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    Ya know, I just hate it when a tree jumps out into the middle of a trail for a chat with me and my bike. And what about those tire grabbing limbs.
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    I can hear *rt*'s tree call now.

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    Be sure not to mix your painkillers with alcohol - it ruins the taste of your drink.

    Remember - Vicodin first, then beer.
    Now with more vitriol!

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    It is bad to find out you have a problem with brake jack when you are going 30mph on bumpy terrain while grabbing the brakes with a tree standing in your way.

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    Trees hurt

    I made a painful mistake as well. When you're racing dh and it feel like your chain fell off. Don't look down while trying to catch your buddy (try stopping then looking) I peered down looked back up and slammed face first into a small tree, which proceeded to fall in slow motion with me stuck to it and my cannondale stuck to me. Turns out I uprooted the damn thing and luckily rode off with many cuts and scrapes, nothing broken and more importantly the bike was ok.

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