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Offline Wayne

Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #460 on: September 29, 2019, 04:59:40 pm »
This guy came looking for me Saturday morning  :DRUIDD: 

Add me to the injured club  :xxbah:

I pulled a real smooth move like a true dill weed

Now Iím lying here in excruciating pain in my spine and neck debating whether or not to throw in the towel and get a lift to the hospital  :'(.  Pain is off the charts with dull aches and pinched nerves.
That is never nice. 2012 had a problem in my L5/S1 joint. Cost me 2 operations and 8 months of not working.

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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #461 on: September 29, 2019, 08:41:10 pm »
Eish, not nice!
I hope you feel better quickly and rather go to the hospital and let them feed you some happy juice!
You might even get a pretty nurse to look at/ after you! :peepwall:
Strongs, not nice.
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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #462 on: September 30, 2019, 01:20:34 am »
This guy came looking for me Saturday morning  :DRUIDD: 

Add me to the injured club  :xxbah:

I pulled a real smooth move like a true dill weed

Now I’m lying here in excruciating pain in my spine and neck debating whether or not to throw in the towel and get a lift to the hospital  :'(.  Pain is off the charts with dull aches and pinched nerves.



Pop some pain pills, smoke some happy baccy, and then take two cement pills and harden the fuck up man!  :peepwall:  :pot:
Young enough to know I can, old enough to know I shouldn't, stupid enough to do it anyway.
 

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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #463 on: September 30, 2019, 02:22:33 am »
This guy came looking for me Saturday morning  :DRUIDD: 

Add me to the injured club  :xxbah:

I pulled a real smooth move like a true dill weed

Now Iím lying here in excruciating pain in my spine and neck debating whether or not to throw in the towel and get a lift to the hospital  :'(.  Pain is off the charts with dull aches and pinched nerves.



Pop some pain pills, smoke some happy baccy, and then take two cement pills and harden the fuck up man!  :peepwall:  :pot:

  :lol8: No shit, I do need to toughen up. 

A friend brought me a pain pill, I smoked the little baccy I had left, I'm outta cement pills.

It's going to be a strong drink and a hot bath with epsom salt.
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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #464 on: September 30, 2019, 10:50:01 am »
What are you saying, big oil? Had a fall, or slipped a disc overdoing something  ;)?

Either way, speedy recovery and take care.
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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #465 on: September 30, 2019, 12:18:00 pm »
What are you saying, big oil? Had a fall, or slipped a disc overdoing something  ;)?

Either way, speedy recovery and take care.

Thanks JB, early Saturday morning I was traveling down a potholed filled gravel road, pouring the rain, leaves blowing everywhere, I couldnít see a fairly large diameter tree downed across the road.  I spiked the brakes, but it was an oh shit, this is gonna hurt moment.  I ramped up and over, my grill and front bumper broke off an 8 inch diameter branch, fortunately my radiator was not holed. 

The impact from the up and over has me sore from my waste up.  My friends want me to go to the hospital to rule out spine and neck injuries.
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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #466 on: September 30, 2019, 12:27:39 pm »
If violent crime is to be curbed, it is only the intended victim who can do it.  The felon does not fear the police, judge, nor jury.  The felon must be taught to fear his victim.
 

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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #468 on: September 30, 2019, 01:30:24 pm »
Itís raining cats n dogs, so I cannot get a good assessment of the damage, nor do I give a shit at this point, I just want to be pain free.

It appears Iíll just have to replace the silver bumper cover, lower mesh grille, and middle grille.  But, I may have bent wheels or out of alignment or damage underneath the car.
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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #469 on: September 30, 2019, 01:31:50 pm »
Northern lights captured over Michiganís Mackinaw bridge.

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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #470 on: September 30, 2019, 03:13:23 pm »
Northern lights captured over Michiganís Mackinaw bridge.


Amazing. Sorry to hear about you damaging an innocent tree...

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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #471 on: September 30, 2019, 06:14:01 pm »
Nice photo!
Rather go and have it checked out than keep on suffering!
Please! :thumleft:
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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #472 on: September 30, 2019, 08:59:50 pm »
Nice photo!
Rather go and have it checked out than keep on suffering!
Please! :thumleft:

Iím in the E.R. now and I already want to go back home.

Iíve had a CT scan, waiting for hopefully positive results.

Iíve been here 3 hours in a room and nobody has even offered me a muscle relaxer yet, is this typical for someone with intense muscle spasms.
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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #473 on: September 30, 2019, 09:49:10 pm »
Nice photo!
Rather go and have it checked out than keep on suffering!
Please! :thumleft:

Iím in the E.R. now and I already want to go back home.

Iíve had a CT scan, waiting for hopefully positive results.

Iíve been here 3 hours in a room and nobody has even offered me a muscle relaxer yet, is this typical for someone with intense muscle spasms.

Strongs sir, I hope it is not to serious.  :thumleft:
 

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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #474 on: October 02, 2019, 06:58:37 pm »
Nice photo!
Rather go and have it checked out than keep on suffering!
Please! :thumleft:

Iím in the E.R. now and I already want to go back home.

Iíve had a CT scan, waiting for hopefully positive results.

Iíve been here 3 hours in a room and nobody has even offered me a muscle relaxer yet, is this typical for someone with intense muscle spasms.

Strongs sir, I hope it is not to serious.  :thumleft:

Thank you, Mr. Tom, I'm beginning to get concerned with my concussive state as it has been 5 days since the accident and I still feel like my melon just got jarred.

Still suffering blurred vision, dazed and confused episodes, I'm tired all of the time, my brain feels like it is pointed to the right and up instead of straight.

Still very sore, but that's to be expected.
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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #475 on: October 02, 2019, 06:59:51 pm »
Nice photo!
Rather go and have it checked out than keep on suffering!
Please! :thumleft:

Thanks Hennie, I had a friend that was up near the Mackinaw Bridge send that to me. 

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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #476 on: October 03, 2019, 01:30:30 am »
Nice photo!
Rather go and have it checked out than keep on suffering!
Please! :thumleft:

Iím in the E.R. now and I already want to go back home.

Iíve had a CT scan, waiting for hopefully positive results.

Iíve been here 3 hours in a room and nobody has even offered me a muscle relaxer yet, is this typical for someone with intense muscle spasms.

Strongs sir, I hope it is not to serious.  :thumleft:

Thank you, Mr. Tom, I'm beginning to get concerned with my concussive state as it has been 5 days since the accident and I still feel like my melon just got jarred.

Still suffering blurred vision, dazed and confused episodes, I'm tired all of the time, my brain feels like it is pointed to the right and up instead of straight.

Still very sore, but that's to be expected.

Well at least you had the CT scan etc. They would have picked up any serious damage. You just need to take it easy and slow for a coupla weeks.

If you start getting worse symptoms or severe headache or suchlike then head right back to the ER post-haste. Don't ever fuck with a head injury. Trust me.  :deal:

I hope you wake up tomorrow and feel great again buddy  :thumleft:
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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #477 on: October 03, 2019, 04:15:52 am »
Nice photo!
Rather go and have it checked out than keep on suffering!
Please! :thumleft:

Iím in the E.R. now and I already want to go back home.

Iíve had a CT scan, waiting for hopefully positive results.

Iíve been here 3 hours in a room and nobody has even offered me a muscle relaxer yet, is this typical for someone with intense muscle spasms.

Strongs sir, I hope it is not to serious.  :thumleft:

Thank you, Mr. Tom, I'm beginning to get concerned with my concussive state as it has been 5 days since the accident and I still feel like my melon just got jarred.

Still suffering blurred vision, dazed and confused episodes, I'm tired all of the time, my brain feels like it is pointed to the right and up instead of straight.

Still very sore, but that's to be expected.

Well at least you had the CT scan etc. They would have picked up any serious damage. You just need to take it easy and slow for a coupla weeks.

If you start getting worse symptoms or severe headache or suchlike then head right back to the ER post-haste. Don't ever fuck with a head injury. Trust me.  :deal:

I hope you wake up tomorrow and feel great again buddy 
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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #478 on: October 03, 2019, 04:50:02 am »
Northern lights captured over Michiganís Mackinaw bridge.


Amazing. Sorry to hear about you damaging an innocent tree...

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Thanks, not my photo though still amazing.

I'll go give the tree a hug from ya tomorrow  :thumleft:

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Re: Michigan Living by a Nasty Mangy Wilddog
« Reply #479 on: October 03, 2019, 04:53:54 am »
Nice photo!
Rather go and have it checked out than keep on suffering!
Please! :thumleft:

Iím in the E.R. now and I already want to go back home.

Iíve had a CT scan, waiting for hopefully positive results.

Iíve been here 3 hours in a room and nobody has even offered me a muscle relaxer yet, is this typical for someone with intense muscle spasms.

Strongs sir, I hope it is not to serious.  :thumleft:

Thank you, Mr. Tom, I'm beginning to get concerned with my concussive state as it has been 5 days since the accident and I still feel like my melon just got jarred.

Still suffering blurred vision, dazed and confused episodes, I'm tired all of the time, my brain feels like it is pointed to the right and up instead of straight.

Still very sore, but that's to be expected.

Well at least you had the CT scan etc. They would have picked up any serious damage. You just need to take it easy and slow for a coupla weeks.

If you start getting worse symptoms or severe headache or suchlike then head right back to the ER post-haste. Don't ever fuck with a head injury. Trust me.  :deal:

I hope you wake up tomorrow and feel great again buddy  :thumleft:

Thanks Zog  :thumleft:

I think you're right, I think the 2 mile walk was too much too quickly.

Today, I took my mom out for lunch, when I returned home, I felt ridiculously tired for having done absolutely nothing in the form of strenuous activity.

All I want to do is sleep, I think my body is trying to tell me something. 

My spine, neck, hips, etc., nothing feels aligned.  I'm going to my Chiro tomorrow. 

After Chiro I think I'll not book a massage at Helga's House of Pain and get a real soothing massage somewhere else  ;)
« Last Edit: October 03, 2019, 04:58:45 am by big oil »
If violent crime is to be curbed, it is only the intended victim who can do it.  The felon does not fear the police, judge, nor jury.  The felon must be taught to fear his victim.