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    Default Re: Stupid Human Tricks Pt 2

    Republicans, Democrats, Tax Cuts, World Hunger, Nuclear Waste..

    None of matters against VINES! The entire county should stop and join together to eradicate blackberry vines, I've had them on my face too!

    Yikes

    del


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    Default Re: Stupid Human Tricks Pt 2

    My stupid chainsaw trick:
    I was 17 and in a small creek just before it entered a 4 ft culvert under the road. I was using a chain saw to remove brush to make it easier to shoot/trap/blow up the beavers as they tried to dam up the culvert.

    Anyway, I shut off the chainsaw, and sat it on the road. Within a few seconds it was falling into the water, and I tried to catch it. No the chain didn't catch me, I was smarter than that- I grabbed it by the muffler. Had I not been able to plunge my hand in the creek, I'm sure I would have had 3rd degree burns instead of the 2nd degree ones I ended up with.


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    Default Re: Stupid Human Tricks: with a chainsaw

    A fellow that was up here doing some work for us told us about a guy he worked with (this may be a rural legend [img]/w3tcompact/icons/crazy.gif[/img]) that was using a chainsaw working overhead in a tree. The chainsaw apparently backlashed, and because he was in an awkard position, it came back & hit him across the neck. Didn't cut his head off, but the effect was the same.

    The GlueGuy

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    Default Re: Stupid Human Tricks: with a chainsaw

    hey all,
    my chainsaw story was when i was 17 and me and my crazy farmboy buddy used to sell fire wood. we were cutting and i heard him hollar over to me. i went over and he said " i think i cut my leg" well then i looked in the rip on the knee of his pants and saw what appeared to be a gutted deer. i told him to sit down and i ran 2 miles to get his dad cause all we had in the woods was his tractor. we got him to the hospital and he was gettin stiched up when the female doctor came out and said " yer buddy wants some company" i went in as they were cutting small hunks of meat out of the ragged wound and he was gigling and reachin to grab the female doctors butt every time she turned around. i almost passed out and she told me to go out and sit down. this boy is amune to pain and aint afraid of nuttin. our other friend accidently shot him with an arrow that missed his heart by an inch and he said "what the **** did you do that for Dunbar", years later he survived 3 buckshot wounds. ill never forget the chainsaw cut and i have never got bit yet. he ended up with 47 stiches and of course busted them open when 3 of us were wrestling on top of 8 foot high fodder piles. anyway i just realized i was having flashbacks of the good ole days.
    rich


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    Default Re: Stupid Human Tricks: with a chainsaw

    As lucky as your friend is he should play the state lotto or buy powerball tickets.
    Wonder out of 9 lives how many he got left.

    Thomas..NH [img]/w3tcompact/icons/wink.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Stupid Human Tricks: with an axe

    One of my Swiss ancestors swung an axe near a limb that was too low --- once.

    Andy in NH

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