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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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Originally Posted by 7point62 View Post
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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Old 07-15-2013, 12:12 PM   #54
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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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