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Old 03-28-2006, 05:50 PM
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This guy was in his "High Performance" fishing boat and was making a high speed turn when he lost control and was ejected into a fence. Ouch! Ended up with a full recovery.
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Old 03-28-2006, 06:05 PM
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HOLY CRAP BATMAN, OUCH
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I will have to be careful in my new Concept.
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i knew i never liked fishing for some reason....
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isn't that one of those edockers mounted on one of the posts from his four poster bed
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"careful doc my balls are up there somewhere...i think"
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This guy was in his "High Performance" fishing boat and was making a high speed turn when he lost control and was ejected into a fence. Ouch! Ended up with a full recovery.
Your information is totally inaccurate. This picture has been around for years. This poor guy worked for a power company, and this was a work related accident. Furthermore, he did in fact die, after blood poisoning, sepsis, and blunt force trauma to major organs.
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did the fishing boat have a stepped hull?
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Your information is totally inaccurate. This picture has been around for years. This poor guy worked for a power company, and this was a work related accident. Furthermore, he did in fact die, after blood poisoning, sepsis, and blunt force trauma to major organs.
If he had a major organ he should have been in porno.
Just a joke it's really a bad deal.
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Your information is totally inaccurate. This picture has been around for years. This poor guy worked for a power company, and this was a work related accident. Furthermore, he did in fact die, after blood poisoning, sepsis, and blunt force trauma to major organs.
The other story sounded much better though.
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