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post #41 of 56 Old 07-29-2012, 05:01 PM
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No it's not allergic to spiders. The bacteria they carry I have no defense against because of no spleen. This time seems to have been a little scratch that hardly broke the skin. It don't take much evidently.

Well I get to go home tomorrow. It might be a little early but my daughter has surgery Tuesday in New Orleans and it's easier if I'm home.

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Don't worry about the MODing here. Just get better. Stay away from the shop for a couple of days to recover. I know I would.
Yeah, forget the moding - we'll try and behave ourselves for a change.....

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I'm still here. Rich is the nice MOD.

Measure Twice Cut Once -- It's a lot easier to cut more off then it is to cut MORON.
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I'm still here. Rich is the nice MOD.
There's a few that may disagree with that.
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There's a few that may disagree with that.
Yep... Rich is a meany.
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No tomorrow.
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rrbrown don't be a recluse!
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Sucks about the relapse. I hope it clears up soon.

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Hehe, good one.
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Hmmm.....Something exciting for a stand-up citizen like Richard....
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What could we get rrbrown as a get well soon gift...?
Uh...how about a real web to get tangled-up in?
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Well I'm discharged and home.

I did a few things that needed to be done around here. Then I played with all 6 dogs cooked dinner and I'm worn out.

Maybe I'll have enough energy to get in the shop tomorrow for a little while.
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Take care of yourself.

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speedy recovery for Rich, I spent 8 days from a blood Infection after a Total Knee replacement, Talk about ready to get out, but was still unable to do Much, 1 gets No rest In a Hospital..
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Yep... Rich is a meany.
Only the bad guys think that, actually. (Not you, Firemedic.)
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Thoughts and prayers!

You know, a wood shop is full of spinning things, blades, power tools....and gets bit by a spider.
Hi!
The true definition or ironic ! Glad he's on the mend !
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