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Kgbsucka wrote:
Good news: I get to go home after being in the hospital for basically the last month and a half.

Bad news: still in a damn wheelchair. And still have a catheter. Two goals that didn't get met but I'll keep working at it in outpatient PT!


If anyone else had posted that, I’d be worried.

You’ll be tearing that wheelchair apart soon enough, crumpling it into a little ball and throwing it into the middle of the lake. thumbsup

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Kgbsucka wrote:
Good news: I get to go home after being in the hospital for basically the last month and a half.

Bad news: still in a damn wheelchair. And still have a catheter. Two goals that didn't get met but I'll keep working at it in outpatient PT!


You'll do good! Prayers for you.
I'm supposed to be in a knee scooter but not willing to go back to that (broken foot).

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Kgbsucka wrote:
Good news: I get to go home after being in the hospital for basically the last month and a half.

Bad news: still in a damn wheelchair. And still have a catheter. Two goals that didn't get met but I'll keep working at it in outpatient PT!


If anyone else had posted that, I’d be worried.

You’ll be tearing that wheelchair apart soon enough, crumpling it into a little ball and throwing it into the middle of the lake. thumbsup


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Kgbsucka wrote:
Good news: I get to go home after being in the hospital for basically the last month and a half.

Bad news: still in a damn wheelchair. And still have a catheter. Two goals that didn't get met but I'll keep working at it in outpatient PT!


If anyone else had posted that, I’d be worried.

You’ll be tearing that wheelchair apart soon enough, crumpling it into a little ball and throwing it into the middle of the lake. thumbsup


Agreed!

Kick it’s ass! :cheers2:


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Bad: Armadillo messing up the garden. Tried to grab it (not very happy about that).
Good: Seeing/interacting with an armadillo.

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Bad: Armadillo messing up the garden. Tried to grab it (not very happy about that).
Good: Seeing/interacting with an armadillo.


Armored rodents. :AR15firing:

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Good: Seeing/interacting with an armadillo

Careful with them things, they can carry some nasty bacteria..

Armadillos are often used in the study of leprosy, since they, along with mangabey monkeys, rabbits, and mice (on their footpads), are among the few known species that can contract the disease systemically. They are particularly susceptible due to their unusually low body temperature, which is hospitable to the leprosy bacterium, Mycobacterium leprae. (The leprosy bacterium is difficult to culture and armadillos have a body temperature of 34 °C (93 °F), similar to human skin.) [17] Humans can acquire a leprosy infection from armadillos by handling them or consuming armadillo meat.[18] Armadillos are a presumed vector and natural reservoir for the disease in Texas, Louisiana and Florida.[19][20] Prior to the arrival of Europeans in the late 15th century, leprosy was unknown in the New World. Given that armadillos are native to the New World, at some point they must have acquired the disease from old-world humans.[18][20] (copied from Wikipedia)


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But cute :)

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But cute :)

Especially when they get all twitchy after bashing them upside their little noggins with a shovel. Just darling.

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But cute :)


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Good news: Spent 10 hours rewiring stuff on the boat yesterday. Made a lot of progress (I still want to do very bad things in a dark alley to whomever wired the GPS with cat5e and shitty crimp connections)

Bad news: The boat is carbon fiber. My forearms are still itchy. Going to take a bit for all the fibers to work their way out

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RocketScott wrote:
Good news: Spent 10 hours rewiring stuff on the boat yesterday. Made a lot of progress (I still want to do very bad things in a dark alley to whomever wired the GPS with cat5e and shitty crimp connections)

Bad news: The boat is carbon fiber. My forearms are still itchy. Going to take a bit for all the fibers to work their way out

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Jesus Scott, that looks more than a bit complicated. Not to mention, No drilling holes through the walls where ever you want.


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golddigger14s wrote:
But cute :)

Especially when they get all twitchy after bashing them upside their little noggins with a shovel. Just darling.


This right here.

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Good news? I bought my Son a new O/U Shotgun for Trap as a High School graduation present and he got to shoot it today. :thumbsup2:
The bad news? He is a Lefty, and the Shotgun has a RH Palm swell and Stock Cast. I didn't know that... It was frustrating for him, he shot better with his old cheap O/U.
Looks like i just got a new Trap gun i didn't need and i have to buy another one for him. icon_eek

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