Please Read and Think about This

Please Read and Think about This

This is a discussion on Please Read and Think about This within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I know this is not ccw realated, please forgive me. I still think it should be read just as a reminder, save our families from ...

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    Please Read and Think about This

    I know this is not ccw realated, please forgive me.

    I still think it should be read just as a reminder, save our families from injuries.

    It is much easier to look at our loved ones and say - I'm so happy that we are here together without any loss of a body part

    http://www.celebrationhealth.com/han.../lawnmower.htm


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    Thanks For The Heads Up

    A Worthwhile & Good Reminder.

    I moved it into the Off Topic area though.

    No problem.
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    Any such reminders are never wasted IMO.
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    Keeping your blades sharp, also helps the mower use less gas.

    Of course if gas goes up to $7, I will stop mowing. LOL, welcome to the jungle!
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    Angry

    My own mower is EXTREMELY gas efficient right now.
    I've not been able to get it to start for two doggone weeks.

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    I remember back in the dark ages lawn mowers didn't need gas. Of course mowing did take a little longer.
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    I wont even get into all the stuff i ran into with people when i worked on mowers it would scare ya

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    Assault lawn mowers should be banned, who need's one with a 36" 42" 56" or horrors a 60" cut!!! Think of the pain and suffering, oh my every one should either use a rotary style or better yet just go out and buy a goat, when it gets old just shoot and eat it.
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    I got a finger caught in garage door hinge a long time ago and had to rely on a hand plastic surgeon like that to put me back together again. I laughed when they asked me if I had a "preferred hand plastic surgeon"; I responded, "Sure doesn't everyone?". I didn't laugh a few years later when I "trimmed" three fingers on my left hand after doing something incredibly stupid involving a joiner and required two of 'em to put me back together. Well, actually they just cleaned up the mess. There wasn't much left to put back that was over 1/16" thick....

    Good advice on that page, BTW. Take care of your hands.....
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    Bumper - key question tho - can you still flip the bird with either hand??
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    Yep, good reminder. The page setup was good, easy to read, and got the point across.
    eschew obfuscation

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