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    Default Re: Wearing rings

    One of my pet peves now is watching all these folk wearing key lanyards around their neck... Very good way to hang yourself, see them everywhere.

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    Default Re: Wearing rings

    Quote Originally Posted by mjarrels View Post
    One of my pet peves now is watching all these folk wearing key lanyards around their neck... Very good way to hang yourself, see them everywhere.

    mark
    i'm a small guy and I've never had a neck lanyard that would hold up to even getting accidentally snagged as i walk. they break so easilly it seems.

    I mean if it was woven paracord or something.. then yeah.. i won;'t wear a neck tie made of steel cable.. but the lil ones that hold an id card or whatever.. they won't hold 3# even.

    i've had led flashlighs break them..

    if someone ever finds my corps hung on one of those lil id card lanyards.. then I hold no ill will toward the maker..

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    Default Re: Wearing rings

    Work Accident Photos–WARNING VERY GRAPHIC

    Third gory accident photo is of a ring accident.

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    Default Re: Wearing rings

    They have quite a few workplace accident photos. The guy who managed to screw a nut onto his finger with his impact wrench was a first for me.

    On the other hand the video for Scrutts work clothing was quite humorous.
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