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Old 07-29-2007, 09:06 PM   #21
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Glad your OK. That sounded like a nasty spill. Thank Mulatto (Derek) for directing traffic around you.
When I came through Gut Check I thought I saw a piece of fairing next to him, then I realized it was YOU! Scared the outta me cuz you weren't moving.
Hope to see you out there soon. Don't be afraid to call on your Motohouston brothers if you need anything. (except the bathroom thing like Patrick said!)
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Old 07-29-2007, 09:51 PM   #22
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Glad you are ok! Tim and I were talking about your TL when were out there watching for a bit! You looked good. hate to hear that you went down.

Oh and I am also a member of the broken collar bone on a motorcycle club! Hope you like sleeping on your back!:laughing6 Heal up quick!
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Old 07-30-2007, 09:18 AM   #23
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Oh and I am also a member of the broken collar bone on a motorcycle club! Hope you like sleeping on your back!:laughing6 Heal up quick!
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Old 07-30-2007, 09:46 AM   #24
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:icon_smilThanks for the support.

Unfortunately over the last six months, I have experience with sleeping with a bad shoulder. I dislocated the same sholder back in February and that was much worse because many people pop the shoulder out while sleeping. The doctor suggested I sleep in a chair or recliner which I found impossible. I did find I could sleep on my right side which is my normal positlon so I slept well both Saturday and last night.

I did dream last night that it was Riddler's evil, invisible twin that did this.

That EMT was pretty agressive with the scissors when cutting my leathers. I got a little nervous when he got close to my crotch.

Thanks Dereck for directing traffic. I knew you had to be somewhere close by but with a hemet on and neck immobilized I had total tunnel vision.

This morning an ugly bruise made an appearance but other than that there is no outward sign of injury so there won't be an gruesome pictures.

I'll probably come out to watch on the 18th. I'm sure the fast guys will be glad I'm not holding up traffic.:notworthy I hope to be back on the track in October.

This typing is tiring my shoulder so I'll post my ICE card suggestions later today or tomorrow.
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This morning an ugly bruise made an appearance but other than that there is no outward sign of injury so there won't be an gruesome pictures.
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This typing is tiring my shoulder so I'll post my ICE card suggestions later today or tomorrow.

Don't count on only one bruise. I still had bruises popping up five days after the crash.

Talking about ICE cards. I have a card on my helmet, see in this picture. The EMTs never even touched it. :BangHead:

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