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Tracy, gotta say, everyone that knows me thinks I’m a lunatic for putting my body through all the crap I have. And keep doing it. Both my son’s are the same. ****, so is my daughter. Are you sure we aren’t distant relatives. :)
 

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Tracy, gotta say, everyone that knows me thinks I’m a lunatic for putting my body through all the crap I have. And keep doing it. Both my son’s are the same. ****, so is my daughter. Are you sure we aren’t distant relatives. :)
It's possible. From what I understand my Dad was a player like me.
 

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It's been six loooong weeks now dammit. I miss my Z 400. Doctor says I can do whatever I want but my busted/healing leg muscles have some catching up to do first. 2-3 days a week at therapy and a workout regimen at home with stationary bike and weights. Leg has to be strong enough to support full weight of the bike before I'll get on it and the big Z weighs 470 lbs. Being on the sideline sucks. Guess this is kinda what retirement is like, or being a teenager again. no place I gotta be, sleep til 9:00 every morning, stay up watching stupid stuff on TV,
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It doesn't get cold enough here to hibernate a bike. I can usually pick up 3 or so hours on a sunny afternoon and hit a few curves. Yes Scarlett has been shined, polished, and caressed in my shop safe and warm waiting on my command. Dam! I miss my Z. The 400 I mean. 🐉
 

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Hey! I got some of those!..cool huh?
Dang, Nice! Looks much better now.
I had a row of those staples down my stomach starting just below my chest all the way down past my belly button........they were not fun to have removed un-drugged :p

My right arm they put a plate in it and when they lined the plate up with the screws it all went back nicely, so no pins or nothing. Just standard dissolving stitches since they said everything wanted to go back together so nice.
They did say I could have the plate removed later after it healed up, I said nope since the only time it really bothers me is if you lay it on a hard surface at just the right angle and lean against it with your weight.

Plus my son use to tell people I had a robot arm when he was little
 

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Dang, Nice! Looks much better now.
I had a row of those staples down my stomach starting just below my chest all the way down past my belly button........they were not fun to have removed un-drugged :p

My right arm they put a plate in it and when they lined the plate up with the screws it all went back nicely, so no pins or nothing. Just standard dissolving stitches since they said everything wanted to go back together so nice.
They did say I could have the plate removed later after it healed up, I said nope since the only time it really bothers me is if you lay it on a hard surface at just the right angle and lean against it with your weight.

Plus my son use to tell people I had a robot arm when he was little
Yup. Same here. Right arm, hard surface, still pretty tender. Take it out? He!! no!
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