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    Is creosote good for the skin?

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    Ouch!
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    After 7 hours at dell web ER and xray, cat scan they felt comfortable enough to remove it.they wanted to send me by ambulance to good sam.

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    OUCH!

    Hope you heal up quickly

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    should have left it in for haloween

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    Try wearing armor next time

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    is that in a shoulder?

    for the same price as an ambulance ride bill,, you can get a 60-foot hummer limo with a jacuzzi for 2 hours....

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    Quote Originally Posted by longhairmike View Post
    is that in a shoulder?

    for the same price as an ambulance ride bill,, you can get a 60-foot hummer limo with a jacuzzi for 2 hours....
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    My shoulder highly recommends a smaller dosage of cresote next time.

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    I dont think thats suppose to go there. Story?
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    I would love to say I was using all the travel in my fork blasting down the mountain But this was a simple rocky climb tip over just happened to fall into bush with dead branches. I had to take a pic with cellphone to see how big it was since it didn't want to come out when I pulled on it.

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    I know exactly how you feel, except in the thigh.

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    I'm surprised you didnt pull it out. I know you probably did the best thing, but I think I would have done whatever to get it out, then go to the doc lol! Tough luck right there, good luck on the recovery!
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    just yank method not always the best...

    The instinct to un-plunge the shank that has just impaled you is not always the best method to deal with matters. For example, the word is that Steve Irwin might still be with us had he not instinctively yanked. Unfortunately it is not easy, nor un-painful, to train yourself in which manner to deal with being pierced. Nice pics and story though. You just got promoted from the developmental league to "Single A" in the "South Western Stabbings" League.
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    Awesome!!!

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    If you had left it in, it might have sprouted!

    Hope that turns out OK (branch removal/recovery).

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    Thanks for the heebie-jebbies




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    Dang that looks nasty! At least you didn't end up like this poor guy! Gnarly Motocross Injury - YouTube

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    Dude that is totally bad a$$ Looks quite painful but you stayed steady for the pics.
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