|09-12-2005 07:16 PM|
Geeze you guys may have solved a medical mystery for me..
I've had sever pain from my waistline down to my legs for about
two weeks now..I keep re-thinking what I did the day before
I got this...and I can't think of anything strenuous..
However I did roll my '55 Chevy truck basket case out of the garage
and fired it up and ended up putting in another distributor..timing it..
playing with the carb bla bla bla..All work done in either a crouched position or leaning in..Didn't realize that's all it took..
Send me a bill..
|09-12-2005 01:16 PM|
Sometimes its good to be me!!
|09-12-2005 12:57 PM|
Please,please,please,please,please,please.Please,p lease,please,please,please,please.Please,please,pl ease,please,please,please.Please,please,please,ple ase,please,please.
(How'd that snot-nosed kid get a babe like you anyway????)
|09-12-2005 12:03 PM|
In refrence to Jim's post....... Staying away from Matthew could be a good tip....... because he always has so much going on, but on the other hand even sick ...... I CAN NOT resist him therefore I chose to help sand my own truck. If I must say so myself I do a darn good job sanding and I'm pretty quick with that DA. If more people knew my skills they would beg me to do there sanding. So my tip is get a cute chick to do your sanding ...... it makes time go by so much faster.
Amanda (Matthew's wife)
|09-12-2005 11:43 AM|
Jim I sense allot of pent of frustration with you... Perhaps you should look into that.. Besides I did not start this thread Remember I know where you live OLD MAN
|09-12-2005 11:31 AM|
I dropped my time card on the floor once and bent over to pick it up and ended up laying on the floor.
"How did you hurt your back?"
"Lifting a piece of paper."
Try getting workmen's comp to buy that one.
|09-12-2005 10:13 AM|
I believe it. I've never hurt my back picking up something heavy.
Maybe I'm just more cautious when doing that, everytime I've
hurt myself it was by twisting, once with an empty plastic garbage can.
It's when you least expect it, just turning the wrong way.
I have to be more carefull with real fat women now.
|09-12-2005 09:32 AM|
|pigman||if it makes you guys feel any better, a buddy of mine threw his back out buttering toast one morning..... i don't get it either.. but it happened.. he could barely walk for 2 weeks|
|09-12-2005 07:15 AM|
|Beenaway2long||Well,on 7-20, I blew out my right knee. Had it operated on 2 weeks ago, felt great, Moved a pallett of stuff in the warehouse Tuesday, Started hurting again. After a great deal of kicking MY OWN butt for being stupid, it felt great Saturday. Sunday morning, I feel super, so I figure I could FINALLY get back out to the shop to do SOMETHING, other than sitting around with my leg propped up. So I jump on the tractor, did a bit of brush hogging, then went to take the attachment of the tractor. Guess what, while trying to protect my knee, I popped something in my Left elbow!! Guess who's REALLY pissed off?|
|09-12-2005 04:46 AM|
No I wasn't carrying anything improperly.
I just twisted the wrong way when I was reaching up inside
a door to reinstall the door handle. I'm sore but not
out of commission. I have still been working, I'm just a
little slow getting up and down.
My tip of the day should be to stay away from Matthew,
he had his wife (who is sick right now) out there yesterday
helping him sand a truck!!!!
Have you no shame???? If you can't handle the work without
mamma helping then..........
|09-11-2005 10:59 PM|
Good tip bro...lol....Man who go to bed with itchy butt, wake up with stinky finger
|09-11-2005 09:36 PM|
|kenseth17||It also seems when you own a truck, you have more friends then when you don't.|
|09-11-2005 08:16 PM|
Trouble is, when you stop doing stuff for them, the "friends" seem to dissapear...........................
|09-11-2005 08:08 PM|
There are a few things I no longer do for friends, like roofing, and concrete spreading. Thos days are long over with.
|09-11-2005 07:06 PM|
I just spread and leveled 4000 square feet of topsoil in my front yard yesterday and today, glad my back didn't give out but it sure is sore. I'll be sure to be carefull installing door handles from now on, thanks for the tip!
Loading and spliting firewood is usually what screws my back up. You Southern guys don't know how lucky you've got it. Bob
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