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Should I try this at home?

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by karri0n, Apr 10, 2009.

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  1. karri0n

    karri0n New Member

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  2. SlyFerret

    SlyFerret Minister of Fire

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    Looks like the forum software strips out the embedded code for security.

    If you just post the link, we can click on it and open the youtube page that way.

    -SF


    HAHA! Ninja Edit!
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    karri0n New Member

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    Yeah, I tried making the forum's included [youtube] tag work, but no go. I've gotten it done before, but blah.
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    looks like the beers caught up with him!
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    fossil Accidental Moderator Staff Member

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    I wouldn't try that at home or anyplace else. Hell, at my age, I wouldn't even do that without the saw. :lol: Rick
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    Yes, but to add to the excitement you should do it in flip flops and between each round you chug a beer.

    I used to love wathcing the lumberjack competitions on tv...used be on right around the same time as "World's Strongest man". Some of those guys are amazing.
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    I'd suggest that you, at least, first query your local healthcare providers so as to determine which is the closest and the most experienced at severed toe reattachment surgery. Oh, and without video, it won't count. Rick
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    At least the second guy didn't fall down a few times. If I did that, I would wear more substantial shoes.
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    I wonder how many of those guys end up with nicknames like "Stumpy", "Shinless", "Half-Foot", "Hopper", or "Pegleg".
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