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Re: Current war wounds

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12-21-2013 10:49:04

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My son's arm last summer. Be careful when you use a high speed buffer. Jim

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12-21-2013 14:05:20

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 Re: Current war wounds in reply to fixerupper, 12-21-2013 10:49:04  
At least they put a little handle on there to zip that thing open and shut.....

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12-21-2013 15:26:41

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 Re: Current war wounds in reply to donjr, 12-21-2013 14:05:20  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeLOL. That's a drain tube. It was supposed to drain out on the outside of the tube. He didn't even feel it when the doc pulled the tube out. I still can't get used to the pic. Jim

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12-21-2013 16:14:12

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 Re: Current war wounds in reply to fixerupper, 12-21-2013 15:26:41  
a Wasserman tube?

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12-21-2013 11:23:20

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 Re: Current war wounds in reply to fixerupper, 12-21-2013 10:49:04  
OUCH!!! Can you give a little more detail?

That's A LOT of staples for a buffer, was the trigger locked on? That is a nasty wound.


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12-21-2013 11:38:44

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 Re: Current war wounds in reply to Rick Kr, 12-21-2013 11:23:20  
Trigger locked on. He was in a tight spot buffing an aluminum fuel tank and the wheel grabbed on a bracket. No muscles or tendons hurt, thank god. I found out our Toyota van will easily cruise at 90MPH on the way to the ER. The buffer was laying on the floor running wide open when we got back home. I didn't sleep well that night and neither did he. That's his gear shifting arm but he was back driving in a week. Jim

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