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(@smokindog)
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darn man! that sounds pretty fricken bad, so I can imagine it hurt quite a bit. Good luck with it, feel better.

sort of sounds medieval don't it :twisted:

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Posted : 01/04/2007 1:21 am
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Anyone ever watch Deliverance? That's what King's leg probably looked like. :lol:

The noise I made could be considered squealing like a pig ...

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Posted : 01/04/2007 3:33 am
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Did you walk into the ER with the ax still in place? Reminds me of when I worked in a hospital near the ER. One night I was watching TV in the ER waiting room and a guy walks in complaing of a headache. I looked up and he had an axe buried in his forehead!!
:lol: That sounds like the Saturday Night Live skit Appalachian ER!

Sorry to hear about your axe-i-dent, KP. Get better soon!

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Posted : 01/04/2007 4:31 am
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I'm a little concerned -- has anyone heard from Kingpatzer since he posted about the accident?

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Posted : 01/04/2007 11:24 am
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I'm a little concerned -- has anyone heard from Kingpatzer since he posted about the accident?

He was going to a follow up with his orthopedic surgeon, he might have needed some surgery and a day or two in the hospital. Just a guess. Hope everything is going well. ken

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Posted : 01/04/2007 3:43 pm
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:lol: That sounds like the Saturday Night Live skit Appalachian ER!
Didn't see that skit, but having some experience in real Appalachian ERs, that doesn't sound too unusual to me.

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Posted : 01/04/2007 6:00 pm
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I'm a little concerned -- has anyone heard from Kingpatzer since he posted about the accident?
It appears he posted last evening--evidently you didn't notice that one.

I think there might have been a series of Appalachian ER skits on SNL. David Spade played the desk clerk/intake nurse. Couldn't find it on youtube, but they are worth seeing if anyone can turn them up.

Margaret

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Posted : 01/04/2007 6:12 pm
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OWWWWWEE KP.

Beer AFTER the job is done.... :wink:

Wish I was closer, I'd come over with my Chain Saw and help ya.

Get well soon K?

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Posted : 01/04/2007 6:51 pm
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Oh, I've seen some interesting things come in the ER in which a chainsaw was involved...

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Posted : 01/04/2007 11:05 pm
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Update ---

Well, I've had my tendons stitched back together, and I can take a few steps on my own -- but to really get around i need crutches.

My foot is in a protective boot/soft-cast thing that is ludicrously uncomfortable, and I spend my evenings enjoying the thrills of demirol and percodan.

But all in all I'm doing pretty well all things considered, and baring the un-fore-seen will be just peachy in about 2 more weeks

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Posted : 02/04/2007 12:35 pm
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Update ---

Well, I've had my tendons stitched back together, and I can take a few steps on my own -- but to really get around i need crutches.

My foot is in a protective boot/soft-cast thing that is ludicrously uncomfortable, and I spend my evenings enjoying the thrills of demirol and percodan.

But all in all I'm doing pretty well all things considered, and baring the un-fore-seen will be just peachy in about 2 more weeks

good to hear man 8)

what did the drummer get on his I.Q. test?....

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Posted : 02/04/2007 1:02 pm
 jimh
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Update ---

Well, I've had my tendons stitched back together, and I can take a few steps on my own -- but to really get around i need crutches.

My foot is in a protective boot/soft-cast thing that is ludicrously uncomfortable, and I spend my evenings enjoying the thrills of demirol and percodan.

But all in all I'm doing pretty well all things considered, and baring the un-fore-seen will be just peachy in about 2 more weeks

How's the guitar playing on those drugs?

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Posted : 02/04/2007 1:19 pm
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How's the guitar playing on those drugs?

I sound better than I ever have before ... I'm so creative :)

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Posted : 02/04/2007 1:24 pm
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Good to hear you're on the mend.

Take it easy.

8)

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It was them that turned me to drink.

 
Posted : 02/04/2007 4:01 pm
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Well, I'm deep into my Physical Therapy and coming along just fine.

In fact, it's going so well, my wife and I are going ot go ahead with our vacation plans -- 11 days of scuba fun in Puerto Vallarta in June!

The leg looks great, you can hardly tell there's any problems, and I get around well enough now that you can't really tell I had an injury. However, it still needs some work to get to 100%, and if you grab me on the leg in just the right place I can still jump through the roof.

All in all I can't complain about how things are going . . .

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Posted : 15/05/2007 3:45 pm
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