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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzley1 View Post
    Just watched Conan the Barbarian huh?
    No. Rambo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audels1 View Post
    No. Rambo!!
    I don't remember the tree of woe being in Rambo...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzley1 View Post
    I don't remember the tree of woe being in Rambo...lol
    But there was plenty of stiches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audels1 View Post
    well I guess stuff happens. Got out of the shower got my lather ready stropped my razor. You know what happened next? the the medicine cabinet left side door started to swing open for unknown reason I saw it just as I was getting ready to take my first stroke on my right side so I only saw it out of the corner of my eye.

    It must have startled me because I reached for it with both hands as if trying to block something.
    Well, at least you know that your razor was sharp LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzley1 View Post
    Just watched Conan the Barbarian huh?
    No, just a phrase from the movie. As Steve said...that's deep. And it is.! If you really think about it, in all aspects of steel
    Mike

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    Why you keep your hands clear of the starter and flywheel, on a outboard motor.

    A first for me, after 20 some years of working on them.

    Like straights, gotta keep your mind on what your doing. As soon as you don't......

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    Wow
    I will not give that a like
    Really sorry that happened
    I'm guessing it really smarted
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    That’s brutal Mike. I hope it heals as fast as it can. It will piss you off for many days to come. As much as it hurts, wash it often.
    It's not what you know, it's who you take fishing!

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    It happened so fast.! Its been over an hour, and its just now starting to hurt some. Doc says no stitches, no meat to sew together. Keep it clean and bandaged.
    Mike

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    A splint that is flexible aluminum with a foam inside might be a good idea to protect it from you. I would wash it and air it four times a day. Clean bandages and away you go. It is likely going to leak for about five days so frequent bandage changes and super clean will help it heal fast.
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