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Old 11-19-2011, 05:06 PM
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This is what happen when u sneeze

Today i was cutting back some ornamental grass wile doing a clean up and i was using a hedge trimmer and i sneezed and slipped on a bolder and the hedge trimmer one lol i thought it was cool its going to leave a sick a$$ scar pics a little nasty got 11 stitches no biggie
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:09 PM
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Damn dude looks sick. I did something similar but got my index finger. Got it vertically barely missed the bone. Hedgers always win LOL. Stay safe!
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:09 PM
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ouch...glad to see its not worse.
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:10 PM
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same hear, lol
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:11 PM
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Bad to see,i dont like blood haha..but get well man.And are you wrapping things up by you still mowing,cleanups?
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:12 PM
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Damn dude looks sick. I did something similar but got my index finger. Got it vertically barely missed the bone. Hedgers always win LOL. Stay safe!
yea they suck lol it cut so fast i didnt know i cut myself till my sock was wet n i looked
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:16 PM
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Bad to see,i dont like blood haha..but get well man.And are you wrapping things up by you still mowing,cleanups?
lol its just a little blood ,done cuttin i was in full swing clean up mode lol but now i cant work for a week as of now so i guees ill still be going into dec
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:24 PM
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lol its just a little blood ,done cuttin i was in full swing clean up mode lol but now i cant work for a week as of now so i guees ill still be going into dec
Lol if you say so haha..nice yeah i did finish up mowing today along with cleanups just some small ones thjat i will knock out before thanksgiving and im done,sucks to hear im sure you wanted to be done for the season and i got a scag 36'' and a trailer didnt know if you knew i love the scag like the fact that i am bagging now so much nicer and cleaner cut and trailer is great that kind that i wanted the price was right and it was a package deal didnt need a walk behind but i sold the cub cadet 33'' along with a few other items like the ryobi hedge trimmer i have a redmax now so wont be needed lol
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Rubbermaid cans 32gal
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:31 PM
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na lol i love this work spring nd fall clean ups my fav, lol nice rnt u lucky lol i got my trailer 5x8 that i use for my quads right now and my buddy lets me use his 550 mason dump that he doesnt use other then to plow with and by the summer i should have my 2011 f350 <post some pics man
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:40 PM
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na lol i love this work spring nd fall clean ups my fav, lol nice rnt u lucky lol i got my trailer 5x8 that i use for my quads right now and my buddy lets me use his 550 mason dump that he doesnt use other then to plow with and by the summer i should have my 2011 f350 <post some pics man
Yeah lol,same here spring and fall cleanup power raking and core aeration..sweet i like my 99' f350 it is get dually the longer bed i need a plow but not for the season in a few years next will be a powerrake bluebird or billygoat something of that i got the rackem catcher on the scag its a older one not new and yeah bagging with the paper bags not the black plastic not really of fan of the plastic didnt really like it..nice if you have a dump which i see guys have the brute or similar like 32 gal and dump leaves,bush/tree trimmimgs,mowing clippings and dump in the dump and reuse no need for the bags it seems efficent and yes i will try.
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Rubbermaid cans 32gal
Solo backpack sprayer
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