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Old 06-07-2007, 11:03 AM   #41
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The worst part was i had just got into a fight with my girlfriend.. I got back and she wasnt even talking to me.. eventually i got" see what you get for being a dik?" .
What did i win? two painkillers, a beer, and everyone at the ranch asking to see my .. which they all had huge laugh at. It was a friendly bet between two racers.. you know always challenging each other.
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Old 06-07-2007, 11:03 AM   #42
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I am sure they were not gentle while cleaning you up. Nurses tend to be rough while treating if they find out you had no gear on...

That's not very nice! I'd smack a nurse for that. That's if I wasn't too busy screaming at the top of my lungs.
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Ooh... sexy knee!

Looking tuff! Get well soon so we may eventually see you at the track again.
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That's not very nice! I'd smack a nurse for that. That's if I wasn't too busy screaming at the top of my lungs.
Most likely you would not be able to smack and they are ruff because it is nescessary to get all those pieces of asphalt, concrete and other debrie out if your skin or you will most likely have complications while healing.
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Most likely you would not be able to smack and they are ruff because it is nescessary to get all those pieces of asphalt, concrete and other debrie out if your skin or you will most likely have complications while healing.
I had 4 surgeries on my arm just to remove road debris. Not cool.
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Most likely you would not be able to smack and they are ruff because it is nescessary to get all those pieces of asphalt, concrete and other debrie out if your skin or you will most likely have complications while healing.

It was a yoke.
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It is a must to keep them clean. Hopefully you won't get MRSA from it.
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It is a must to keep them clean. Hopefully you won't get MRSA from it.

prolly not...he seems to be a healthy speciman... usually have to be in a poor state of health to get it.
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Just don't let it happen again.
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prolly not...he seems to be a healthy speciman... usually have to be in a poor state of health to get it.

I think anyone can get it.

S. aureus (staph) including MRSA can be spread among people having close contact with infected people. MRSA is almost always spread by direct physical contact and not through the air. Spread may also occur through indirect contact by touching objects (e.g., towels, sheets, wound dressings, clothes, workout areas, or sports equipment) contaminated by the infected skin of a person with staph bacteria or MRSA. st as S. aureus can be carried on the skin or in the nose without causing any disease, MRSA can be carried in this way also. This is known as colonization. MRSA infections are usually mild, superficial infections of the skin that can be treated successfully with proper skin care and antibiotics. MRSA, however, can be difficult to treat and can progress to life-threatening blood or bone infections because there are fewer effective antibiotics available for treatment.

MRSA infections occur commonly among persons in hospitals and healthcare facilities. However, as recently reported by Business Week, MRSA can cause illness in persons outside of hospitals and healthcare facilities as well. Cases of MRSA infection in the community have been associated with recent antibiotic use, sharing contaminated items, having recurrent skin diseases, and living in crowded settings. Clusters of skin infections caused by MRSA have been described among injecting drug-users (1,2); aboriginals in Canada (3), New Zealand (4) and Australia (5,6); Native Americans in the United States (7); incarcerated persons (8); players of close-contact sports (9,10); men who have with men (MSM); and other populations (11-17). Most of the transmission in these settings appeared to be from people with active MRSA skin infections. http://www.nwcleangear.com/html/mrsa_info.html
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I think anyone can get it.

S. aureus (staph) including MRSA can be spread among people having close contact with infected people. MRSA is almost always spread by direct physical contact and not through the air. Spread may also occur through indirect contact by touching objects (e.g., towels, sheets, wound dressings, clothes, workout areas, or sports equipment) contaminated by the infected skin of a person with staph bacteria or MRSA. st as S. aureus can be carried on the skin or in the nose without causing any disease, MRSA can be carried in this way also. This is known as colonization. MRSA infections are usually mild, superficial infections of the skin that can be treated successfully with proper skin care and antibiotics. MRSA, however, can be difficult to treat and can progress to life-threatening blood or bone infections because there are fewer effective antibiotics available for treatment.

MRSA infections occur commonly among persons in hospitals and healthcare facilities. However, as recently reported by Business Week, MRSA can cause illness in persons outside of hospitals and healthcare facilities as well. Cases of MRSA infection in the community have been associated with recent antibiotic use, sharing contaminated items, having recurrent skin diseases, and living in crowded settings. Clusters of skin infections caused by MRSA have been described among injecting drug-users (1,2); aboriginals in Canada (3), New Zealand (4) and Australia (5,6); Native Americans in the United States (7); incarcerated persons (8); players of close-contact sports (9,10); men who have with men (MSM); and other populations (11-17). Most of the transmission in these settings appeared to be from people with active MRSA skin infections. http://www.nwcleangear.com/html/mrsa_info.html

yep...I know what it is...my wife is a nurse and is exposed to it every day. So are we as the family of a nurse. It is possible for any one to get it just unlikely if you are healthy.
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