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04-08-2014 10:46 PM
snowman55 Broken bones... meh. Just rub some dirt on it and shake it off.
04-07-2014 12:53 PM
kalev
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Originally Posted by destroy View Post
Personally, I need my body strong and fully functional to make a living. I can't just go into the office with a cast, go on disability, or use some "sick days"... because I don't have any, and I don't work behind a desk. I don't work - I don't get paid.
broke my hand biking last summer and typing one-handed on my office laptop for a month sucked
04-07-2014 07:07 AM
andrewdod See you guys are much older than I am. I'm in college. No biggy if I wreck myself Superbad. And it's not like I'm on a scholarship to play football so if I wreck myself snowboarding oh well. Most of my major injuries have come on or from the football field. I choose not to get checked out because I love playing more than I love having my bones look properly as long as I have full ROM (which clearly isn't the case with my hand) I'm happy as far as my hand it still functions fine for me. When I get older will I pay for it? You betcha I will. I
04-06-2014 03:06 PM
destroy
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Originally Posted by campfortune View Post
oh...fine...I am content with not trying hard enough
Also of this mindset, even though I know that "no guts no glory" post was definitely not totally srs bidniz.

I've never broken a bone, to my knowledge... despite not shying away from lots of risky activities. I may have broken a rib last year in January while riding, but I never got it checked out.

Personally, I need my body strong and fully functional to make a living. I can't just go into the office with a cast, go on disability, or use some "sick days"... because I don't have any, and I don't work behind a desk. I don't work - I don't get paid.

No "manning up". Gotta take "smart risks" cuz YOLO only sounds good on the internet. Am I too old yet?
04-05-2014 11:10 PM
speedjason
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Originally Posted by The Deacon View Post



break that sumbitch again and have it set correct. easy peasy.
thats the plan.
04-05-2014 10:13 PM
andrewdod They still work. They just hurt a bit haha.
04-05-2014 09:43 PM
campfortune
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Originally Posted by francium View Post
If you haven't your not trying hard enough.
oh...fine...I am content with not trying hard enough
04-05-2014 09:19 PM
ridinbend
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its just a finger
I like my fingers in working order, they help me do things.
04-05-2014 08:51 PM
andrewdod This is what happens when you man up, set your broken fingers, and a broken hand back by yourself, and dont go see a doctor thats as straight as i can make my hand... broke the knuckle on my middle finger bout 5 years ago never saw a doctor, my pinky is slightly rotated, and turned out, my middle finger bends to the right, and my ring finger dips down. Football takes a toll on your hands. Most of the time the injuries get set back improperly and ignored, because well... its just a finger... its more stupidity on my part, but now i gotta live with it. My hands tell good stories.

04-05-2014 08:42 PM
chomps1211
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Originally Posted by lab49232 View Post
Broken bones are for children, who's destroyed an organ?
Workin' on the liver & lungs!
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