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01-19-2014, 12:50 PM   #121
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This is where Spiderman died
How did you get a photo of my house's wiring???

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Hope it's not too late to join the show.

This is where Spiderman died
That is tough to beat.
A customer brought in his stereo amp. that he had been modifying. It sounded distorted and he wanted me to fix it.

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My left foot

The hole in the side of the foot is the result of septicaemia. I dropped a lump of wood on the foot in 2011 and it became infected. I nearly lost an eye, too. The lump of wood hit a scar line between the original foot and a muscle and skin graft that was done in 2005 after the foot was crushed. The graft extends from the big toe to very nearly the back of the heel. It came from the front of my right thigh, which is why you might be able to see hairs on it. The other foot isn't hairy; I am not a hobbit.

There is a skin graft in the hole. I still have the hole in the foot, but it doesn't affect me.
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The hole in the side of the foot is the result of septicaemia. I dropped a lump of wood on the foot in 2011 and it became infected. I nearly lost an eye, too. The lump of wood hit a scar line between the original foot and a muscle and skin graft that was done in 2005 after the foot was crushed. The graft extends from the big toe to very nearly the back of the heel. It came from the front of my right thigh, which is why you might be able to see hairs on it. The other foot isn't hairy; I am not a hobbit.

There is a skin graft in the hole. I still have the hole in the foot, but it doesn't affect me.

Dam I hope your foot gets better soon.....that looks nasty
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Alright, I can play this one. Although, to be honest, the images of wounds absolutely give me the willies.

I put a reversal ring on my Vivitar 50mm f/1.7 and took some portraits of some frozen feeder mice. Nasty nasty nasty.

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Alright, I can play this one. Although, to be honest, the images of wounds absolutely give me the willies.

I put a reversal ring on my Vivitar 50mm f/1.7 and took some portraits of some frozen feeder mice. Nasty nasty nasty.
That is nasty, you should consider investing in a proper macro lens.
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That is nasty, you should consider investing in a proper macro lens.
Just let me know where I can get hooked up with a disposable income and it'll be at the top of my list. ;-)

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Just let me know where I can get hooked up with a disposable income and it'll be at the top of my list. ;-)
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You did notice the""

Of course! And my ;-) ...

But, seriously. I've recently decided I wish to be independently wealthy, so if anyone here knows the winning lottery numbers, PM me.
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Dam I hope your foot gets better soon.....that looks nasty
It looks better now, but is otherwise the same, thanks. the hole is just pink and slightly uneven now. It was nasty; I'm lucky to still be here. In practise, once I put my socks on, it's hardly noticeable, though the fused big toe (from 2005) doesn't help with walking.
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I wish to be independently wealthy
a sensible career choice, imho.
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