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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by Vico1, May 31, 2017.
You know how many aluminum cans that is? ALL OF THEM!
In for L . Thanks DB
Tie dye shirts are labor intensive .
Well shit if that's the case I'll take the KLRista Solid Color Option
Unfortunately the solid color options were all more expensive.
Something to do with DB's preference for only the finest Peruvian grown free trade cotton picked only by the left hands of virgin pigmys.
Aw hell, might as well go ahead and make it a wife-beater.
Maybe DB will have to make a new avitar with Inepts white T and position the karken arms around his nipples and an upside down turkey who's eyes matches the belly button.. i know its sounds complicated but we've all seen DB's videos.. boy's got talent!
Needs waaaaay more beer gut, but yer on the right track
Thats extra but I haz knife.
Even misspelled Kraken! No detail too small.
Hoowee baby, glad I got that umbilical hernia fixed last year, it was becoming a real pain! The fix for the beer gut is gonna be cheaper, but more difficult.
You need some skills to compose a proper kraken turkey these days. Skills I don't have
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Yessir I really got it fixed last year, it got to where I was having to "push it back in" a dozen times a day, and was only gonna get worse. Residual damage from my log encounter in 2010 (The Year I Made Contact), I shoulda got it fixed back then but was hesitant to undergo more (seemingly unnecessary) surgery. D'oh!
Start to finish, I was in the surgery center maybe 3 hrs, the operation itself only took a few minutes but they knocked me out so there was a bit of prep/recovery time. I needed the mesh repair, as the hernia was too large for a simple stitch-up job. Cost was several grand, I don't remember the exact amount but I can tell ya this--my insurance paid 80% and I was still on the hook for well over a grand. Glad I had it done tho...recovery time was minimal, I was better than 100% within a week, and it should be a lifetime fix. No more pushing it in!
Yeah I wouldn't have gotten it fixed if it were just a cosmetic issue, I suffer from many things but excessive vanity ain't one of them. That sucker would cause intense pain unless I pushed it back in several times a day, and it would often "pop out" at the least opportune times--like when riding, for instance. I'd hafta stop and push it back in within a couple minutes, or it'd start hurting like a sumbitch. Yeah it was a small piece of mesh, and I've got a very faint scar under my bellybutton, less than an inch long. Matches that other thing under my bellybutton that's less than an inch long...symmetry, that's what it's all about
I'm starting to get a hernia like that.
Doctor said it wasn't bad enough yet for surgery.
One more jumbo crash and I may be a candidate.
With such Symmetry .. how do you wear roosting armor? did you require a "modification" to have it fit?
Don't need roosting armor when ya ride so far in the back of the pack like me. Just another advantage to being slow.