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David Maddux

12-12-2002 13:55:30

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They won't let me do anything for a couple months because of rotator cuff surgery, so I visit this sight at least 3 times a day. Is it my imagination or is it running a little slow. Maybe it has to do with Christmas around the corner. Keep those questions comming in boys it sure helps keep the day moving along. And besides that it sure beats watching Opra W. Dave.

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Dave F.

12-21-2002 18:07:09

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 Re: Discussion Board slow in reply to David Maddux, 12-12-2002 13:55:30  
OUCH I fell 18 ft. through steel decking on a commercial building and tore all 3 ligaments out of my shoulder and it was very painful. Rotor cuff surgery isn't as bad but good luck. The rehabilitation is what really hurts. Make sure you take your pain medicine before you go. Also ripped my scalp off in a 3 inch by 5 inch section, broke one wrist,ribs on left side,couldn't walk or barely talk it hurt so bad ! Good Luck Dave, I feel for you!

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Dave Grubb

12-13-2002 11:31:31

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 Re: Discussion Board slow in reply to David Maddux, 12-12-2002 13:55:30  
I haven't noticed the board as bad as not being able to login to my hotmail.com on MSN. Everything was ok until after Thanksgiving weekend. Today I can't login at all. Before I couldn't login until around 10am. I can't logout once I get logged in. Wonder if MSN wants to force everyone onto MSN8 for a fee of course?

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David Maddux

12-13-2002 12:20:56

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 Re: Re: Discussion Board slow in reply to Dave Grubb, 12-13-2002 11:31:31  
It seems like around 7:00 or 8:oo it is the hardest to get on but during the day it is pretty easy.That is pm of course and cst. Sure enjoy the site though, I eat and breath orange tractors, so I either restore them or read about them. Dave.

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Steve in N.J.

12-13-2002 14:20:36

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 Re: Re: Re: Discussion Board slow in reply to David Maddux, 12-13-2002 12:20:56  
That's the best reabilitation that shoulder could ever get Davie!!! Restorin' that fleet you have! To bad you weren't closer, I'd be over yer' house helpin ya out!! LOL!! Steve

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