Well this bloody well sux.
cole at lantic.net
Fri Nov 11 22:35:14 EST 2016
Too true. If it can happen, it will happen. We old toppies need to
incorporate quick risk assessments in our daily lives.
From: Daniel J. Matyola
Sent: Friday, November 11, 2016 11:39 PM
To: Pentax-Discuss Mail List
Subject: Re: Well this bloody well sux.
Don't you just hate when that happens? I am always inflicting minor
injuries on myself.
On Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 3:00 PM, John <sessomsj at earthlink.net> wrote:
> I've been doing some repairs around here & last night I slipped with a
> wood chisel & put a deep laceration through the end of my left thumb;
> split the nail in half. Stopped the bleeding & bandaged it myself last
> night, but I had to get a tetanus shot, and of course the local VA
> clinic is closed today.
> I just got home from 4 hours in the emergency room over at the Durham VA
> Hospital. Three and a half hour wait for a half hour treatment, but I'm
> not fussed. I expected I'd be low priority, so I took along a book to
> read while I waited.
> Turned out I got a Tetanus booster in 2013, so I didn't need to get the
> shot after all. They did re-bandage it quite nicely.
> On 11/11/2016 9:54 AM, P.J. Alling wrote:
>> Once again to prove that there's nothing mechanical I cannot break, I
>> managed to drop the LX that I keep planning to use, but never do, four
>> feet onto a concrete floor, which even considering that the LX is built
>> like a light tank didn't do it any good at all. This could cap my week
>> of wreaking havoc, on everything from computer equipment, to my car, to
>> now the LX.
>> I was going to say on the bright side that I hadn't managed to destroy
>> my cell phone, but then remembered that I did actually break a landline
>> phone last Sunday.
>> I think I just want to go to bed and stay there until Jan 1st to avoid
>> destroying anything else for the rest of the year.
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