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Old 02-03-2020, 09:28 PM   #41
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Here’s the proof of my death! I had to look away while my wife butchered me!

Didn’t hurt. Swelling didn’t go down much, even still swollen. Some beers can help you make the right decision sometimes.


I can make that look like a paper cut. I knocked the entire top of my index finger off 2 falls (Oct '18) ago with a model airplane mishap. Only an extremely specialized burn victim's repair product saved the finger.

Photo is only to be released before everybody has had dinner.
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Old 02-03-2020, 09:59 PM   #42
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I can make that look like a paper cut. I knocked the entire top of my index finger off 2 falls (Oct '18) ago with a model airplane mishap. Only an extremely specialized burn victim's repair product saved the finger.

Photo is only to be released before everybody has had dinner.
Buddy of mine was delivering a 3 ton electric motor once. Somehow the motor crushed three of his fingers. He was out of work for 4 months.

In Okinawa on guy lost the tip of his trigger in a winch accident. I was surprised they didnít discharge him.

So yeah, Iím no special case, well at least finger wise....
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Old 02-04-2020, 03:42 PM   #43
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Yesterday morning it was completely attached, not so much now.
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its ready to pop any day, then it will heal up in a few weeks...
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its ready to pop any day, then it will heal up in a few weeks...
Around the time my kid was born I was doing something around the house using a table saw. It was a single cut and I figured Iíd just be careful but not use a piece of wood to push the material. Of course I got bit.

Same finger. So this will be my third new nail.... hopefully the last.
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Around the time my kid was born I was doing something around the house using a table saw. It was a single cut and I figured Iíd just be careful but not use a piece of wood to push the material. Of course I got bit.

Same finger. So this will be my third new nail.... hopefully the last.

been bit many times trying a short cut to finish something fast , only to end up more time taping a finger back together...
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Around the time my kid was born I was doing something around the house using a table saw. It was a single cut and I figured Iíd just be careful but not use a piece of wood to push the material. Of course I got bit.

Same finger. So this will be my third new nail.... hopefully the last.
I heard fingernails only replace themselves once.
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I heard fingernails only replace themselves once.
Certainly hope not! I can actually see the super thin nail growing under the old.

Hanging on by about 1/16Ē on the one side now and I havenít even been messing with it. Tonight or tomorrow for sure.
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Oooh, maybe super glue it on for another week.
Sorry buddy.
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Oooh, maybe super glue it on for another week.
Sorry buddy.
Naw, best is to wrap it and let it do itís thing, full use that way.
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