just when you thought your day was bad

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  1. gpostal

    gpostal Former Guest

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    some guy has to top your bad day

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    ...:eek: ...!...
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    That looks like a real pain in the A$$!!!!!
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    Man thats gotta hurt.
    Did ya see the one where the construction worker fell on the re-bar? Went thru his head, they sawed the re-bar off and left it in his head for the trip to the hospitol. As best as I remember, he survived in good shape with no problems. He should have bought a lotto ticket cause that was sure his lucky day.
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    I was going to say.....

    I was thinking of saying " I hate it when I get random pieces of metal stuck in my a@@!" But, with this group... Oh well, iguess i just did say it... Oh yeah....OUCH, that must have smarted!!:eek:
  7. gpostal

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    i saw that one keepler ,i have a old mag artical with a guy that got impailed by a 4" tree limb ,went through the dozer cage and through his shoulder
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    I'll bet that caused a muscle spasm or two........

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  9. armedandsafe

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    Would you call that "oneupmanship?" :D

    Pops
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    One "downsmanship", I believe, as the wound is in a lower extremity, or connection thereto.
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    oneupmanship......onedownmanship......

    All I know is it hurts just to look at it.........

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  12. Country101

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    I've seen a picture that would top that. Not gonna poat it though(even if I could find it). This guy wasn't so fortunate. He worked at a rock quarry, I believe, and was in charge of the explosives. Instead of pulling the cap off the primer with a set of pliers, like he was supposed to, he used his teeth and it blew up in his face, litterally. I think he lived for about 2 days.
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    Yep!

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  14. gpostal

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    thats just lts trying to dig up that big catfish that broke his 11,000 pound test line
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    Now. Dan, that's one I'd believe. 11,000 lb test line.

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