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Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by Cricket, Jul 31, 2006.

  1. Cricket

    Cricket 3/4 ton status

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    John, let us know how your doing. Haven't heard anything and I'm concerned about it.

    Here's the pic Dave took, you were a trooper running the trail with it. Post up when you get an opportunity.
     
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    I hope he's OK too. That was quite a hit to the head.
    BTW, I'm also concerned about this guy
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    What's with all the head injuries lately? :haha:
    Sorry, I had to do it.
    Hope John's OK for real.:(
     
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    :haha: :haha: :haha: holy hell.

    I hope that isn't contagious.
     
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    Went to the doctor yesterday, he said I had definitely concussed myself. He was also shocked to hear that I had done a full day of wheelin after the injury. I told him that peer pressure was to blame. Still have a pretty wicked headache today, and still feeling a little "off"... On top of all that, I also visited the dentist yesterday and I'll be having four teeth pulled. Got a surgical consult Thursday for that. Overall, had a pretty rough couple days and it ain't over yet. Thanks for your concern though James! All of you guys were pretty cool about checking on me while we were wheelin, and I got a few phone calls yesterday too. The Colorado Crew is one tight bunch.:bow:
     
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    Holy crap! I can't believe the hit was that hard. How's the ratchet handle? :D Time to break out the Vicadin.

    Was good to meet you and I hope everything turns out OK.
     
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    Glad you went in to the Doc even though I know your a tough cookie. Head injuries make me nervous because they are hidden beneath the skull. It's the swelling that can get you, though I'm not saying you have a big head or anything. :whistle:

    Glad your ok. :waytogo:
     
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    I figured better safe than sorry. The headache I was sporting over 24 hours after I hit myself convinced me to at least get checked out. I was getting some pretty good double vision, etc and that was making me nervous. When you have a head as large as mine, swelling can be catastrophic!:D

    I was only tough til I got home. Once my wife got home from work, I was a baby, desperately in need of care and attention. "honey, can I please have a glass of water, honey I need a vicodin, honey I need a back rub, honey I need my feet rubbed, honey I need honey i need"...:wink1:
     
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    Heh, that's the best part of injuries. :D
     

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