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Old 08-17-2006, 09:03 PM
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Well, I got the final bill from the hedgeclipper ordeal. The doctor bill is $424.00. Add that to the $528.16 hospital bill for a grand total of $952.16.
All for 3 stitches.
I wish I had a block of C-4.
Nope, I would have a hard time figuring out who needed it the most. Politicians, lawyers, doctors, hospital administrators, insurance companies or maybe their stockholders. Who the hell is to blame for this nonsense?
Anyway, I wish had worn chaps.

I wish I could buy everything I need to stitch myself up. I've watched them stitch me up a few times and I'm pretty sure any idiot that can sew a button on could stitch him/herself up on their own. My mom is a RN so maybe I'll ask her to hook me up with the goods and next time there will be no huge bill.
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Old 08-17-2006, 09:28 PM
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Well, I got the final bill from the hedgeclipper ordeal. The doctor bill is $424.00. Add that to the $528.16 hospital bill for a grand total of $952.16.
All for 3 stitches.
I wish I had a block of C-4.
Nope, I would have a hard time figuring out who needed it the most. Politicians, lawyers, doctors, hospital administrators, insurance companies or maybe their stockholders. Who the hell is to blame for this nonsense?
Anyway, I wish had worn chaps.
Does'nt that just CHAP your Azz!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-18-2006, 05:10 PM
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I understand the fatigue factor but, I just started this hedge job. The way it happened was, I was working my way around the other side of some big boxwoods and stepped backward off a short railroad tie retaining wall. I stepped backward with my right foot and the clippers just met my left knee.
I'm telling you guys, you need some chaps. I know I'm preaching but, the fix is so simple.
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Old 08-18-2006, 08:29 PM
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Yes, safety is a huge matter. I just wanted to use "CHAPS and Azz together at your expense.
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Old 08-18-2006, 09:49 PM
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Yeah,tryed chaps last year and about died from heat prostration.Quit swinging the shears so much.If someone works near you ,they might be cut in half.
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