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Old 07-07-2010, 02:27 PM  
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Yeah I cringed a little when I read that. At least hes on the mend. I had a friend who was involved in a lawn accident when he was a kid and can't make a fist.


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just the thought of someone yanking a steel rod out of the end of my finger that goes through the bone all the way to the knuckle at the other end of the finger makes my skin crawl.
For me it felt like a slight elec. shock.


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. So let's all keep our @#%*# fingers out of places they shouldn't be!
Steve, I got to admit that every time I've turned on a power tool since I've first read this thread I've thought of Brandons situation. Glad he's handling things well but sorry for his pain. I freaked out about a month ago when I had a splinter go through the end of my thumb all the way down to the knuckle and had to go to the ER to get it out...I just can't imangie pulling rods out ....I ummm, oh nevermind...
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I cringed with you reading old/dog.
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