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Old 05-22-2006, 12:58 PM   #21
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You're lucky you didn't break something.

Was this an OSHA training video?
Or that forklift one... KLAUS?!?!

Take it easy Bill, see a doc if you haven't already :o
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Old 05-22-2006, 01:10 PM   #22
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Bill, you arn't as young as you use to be
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I know how you feel about the ladder. I have many times stood on top of a ladder, and many times fell off. Hope you get to feeling better.
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Nothing that a beer rub with a couple of Motrin and a Jack Daniel'* chaser shot can't fix.
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Light housework is in order today, methinks. A hot shower is in order as well.
no no no do a hot bath that will ease the pain and relax the muscles
oh oh oh you gotta play some soothing music
Don't forget the aromatherapy crystals and some candles too.................

Hope everything turns out ok,just have a talk with Dr.Cuervo about the pain management
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ooh..sounds painful. Take it easy there old man! lol jk Nice..hot...bath. Then go for a nice, long comfortable drive.
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Wow, sorry to hear that. You have to watch those ladders they can be tricky. I've came close to a few dives, but I was lucky enough to catch myself. I hope you feel better soon!
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I know how you feel about the ladder. I have many times stood on top of a ladder, and many times fell off. Hope you get to feeling better.
One would think that after the first time or two you would learn your lesson. Hmm!
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Warning was clearly read and understood. Again, this was the only possible method of getting the work done.
Oh Bill
You are old enough to know better.
Accidents happen but I am a believer that all injuries can be prevented.

You should have done a pre job safety hazard analysis. You could have prevented iinjury by taking a few preventative measures. It might have included placing a mattress or air bag below the ladder to break your fall.

Excuses for lack of performance at the WCB F06 will not be accepted.

Rest up and get well soon. Glad you weren't hurt worse.
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I know how you feel about the ladder. I have many times stood on top of a ladder, and many times fell off. Hope you get to feeling better.
One would think that after the first time or two you would learn your lesson. Hmm!
I'm a slow learner.
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