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Old 06-06-2013, 05:18 AM   #51
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JoshH, don't go out and buy a lottery ticket, you have already used up most of your luck. You are lucky to be alive after the table incident, and you are even luckier to still have a hand. Most people who put a hand into a rebar bender don't still have a hand afterwards.
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JoshH Are you sure you didn't lose that finger when that skinny girl crossed her legs on ya?
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I've had too many injuries. Some were accidental, some were intentional on the part of others. But I've never had an accidental or negligent discharge or an injury due to a firearm in my own hand. I've been bit by a German Shepard, mule-kicked in the chest by a horse, bit by a brown recluse spider, shot by a Viet Cong, blown up by an IED, hit by a drunk driver...

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I agree accidents and injuries are a part of life ,but we should always take safety measures to prevent them.Always remember life is very precious.Save it don't waste it.

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