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Old 08-10-2009, 12:09 AM   #21
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Old 08-10-2009, 12:09 AM   #22
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I trade that for a broken left collar bone and a right hand thats broke and dislocated.
Sorry to hear that Dean. I was looking for your crew at Hallet but I don't think I see anyone. Heal up fast buddy and hope to see you out at cresson.
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Geez. This question, again? I must have answered it 150 times this weekend. Let me answer it by asking a question of my own: How many stitches does it take to hold a thumb on a hand?




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Old 08-10-2009, 08:11 AM   #24
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Geez. This question, again? I must have answered it 150 times this weekend. Let me answer it by asking a question of my own: How many stitches does it take to hold a thumb on a hand?




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Geez. This question, again? I must have answered it 150 times this weekend. Let me answer it by asking a question of my own: How many stitches does it take to hold a thumb on a hand?




ooooh, the old thumb in the stinkaroo trick, it could be wounding when not performed properly.
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Sorry to hear that Dean. I was looking for your crew at Hallet but I don't think I see anyone. Heal up fast buddy and hope to see you out at cresson.
yeh we were a no show which was disappointing. But maybe ill be healed up by next round., doc will letme know today my circumstances.
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