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On the bright side, you don't need an ankle to play drums, right?

 

(Heck, one guy doesn't even need two arms…) :D

post #362 of 552
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On the bright side, you don't need an ankle to play drums, right?

(Heck, one guy doesn't even need two arms…) :D
Fortunately it's my left ankle for drumming. It's not used as much. Right ankle would be really bad.

Rick Allen had to totally relearn how to play. Amazing that it didn't stop him. Many ppl would have throw in the towel.
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Fortunately it's my left ankle for drumming. It's not used as much. Right ankle would be really bad.

 

Oh yeah. I forgot about the pedals. Derrr.

post #364 of 552
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Oh yeah. I forgot about the pedals. Derrr.


Yeah. Drumming takes 4 appendages, sometimes 5. ;-)

post #365 of 552
Our ancient guinea pig died today.

It's just a rodent. Why am I sad? a4_sad.gif
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Our ancient guinea pig died today.

It's just a rodent. Why am I sad? a4_sad.gif


Sorry man. Not just a rodent. It's a friend. :-(

post #367 of 552
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Our ancient guinea pig died today.

It's just a rodent. Why am I sad? a4_sad.gif
My grandmothers ol' dog did as well. a4_sad.gif
post #368 of 552
Any of ya'll ever been stung by one of those great big Japanese hornets? (Or that's what we call them).

My wife called and said one stung her on the shoulder and said it was way worse than any sting she ever had before. I asked her if she felt like she might be having an allergic reaction and she said she didn't think so but the pain was very bad all the way up to her neck.

I see those things around the house a lot but have never been stung by one.
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Any of ya'll ever been stung by one of those great big Japanese hornets? (Or that's what we call them).

My wife called and said one stung her on the shoulder and said it was way worse than any sting she ever had before. I asked her if she felt like she might be having an allergic reaction and she said she didn't think so but the pain was very bad all the way up to her neck.

I see those things around the house a lot but have never been stung by one.
The lesson here: Don't go to asia. a2_wink.gif
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The lesson here: Don't go to asia. a2_wink.gif

 



That isn't working because somehow they got over here. a2_wink.gif
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The lesson here: Don't go to asia. a2_wink.gif

 



That isn't working because somehow they got over here. a2_wink.gif
Oh no! I blame Ryo Ishikawa.
post #372 of 552
I paid out a fairly large (for me, at least) chunk of change to have my driveway and sidewalk leading to my front door mud jacked yesterday. Wow, what a difference it makes pulling into the garage.
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What is mud jacked?
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What is mud jacked?

 



Leveling the slabs by drilling holes and pumping concrete under the slabs

Cheaper than taking out the old slabs and putting in new ones.
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What is mud jacked?

 



Leveling the slabs by drilling holes and pumping concrete under the slabs

Cheaper than taking out the old slabs and putting in new ones.
My folks had that done years ago. Last year, one of the cement plugs they used to fill a hole shot up in the air and landed on their roof. An inch circumference, few inches long. Can u imagine if you were standing over it when it blew ?!?!
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My folks had that done years ago. Last year, one of the cement plugs they used to fill a hole shot up in the air and landed on their roof. An inch circumference, few inches long. Can u imagine if you were standing over it when it blew ?!?!

 



Wow! I would have figured any concrete pumped into the hole would expand enough underneath to keep that from happening.

Was it in the winter? I could see ground water seeping under it and freezing and putting too much pressure on the plug holes.
post #377 of 552
Another birthday party in the books, and only a couple toys got destroyed.
post #378 of 552
Got the call to play this afternoon and I'm sitting here with a bum ankle. How depressing. I suppose I'll ran the garage. =\
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