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orbital

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woohoo i was just able to open a door with bad arm. hurt like hell but its a bleesing to have some use of arm

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raggie, it was 4 weeks yesterday & we are all glad you're doing better.

You have nearly 6 pages of posts, from people here that care about ya,, remember that today for a better week ahead :)
 

ampdude

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Yea definitely take it slow and get plenty of nutrition and rest. That's the way to do it.
 

bigburly912

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Haven’t really been on in ages except for a few times. I hope you are feeling at least a little better. Get well soon pal
 

ampdude

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Ha, please don't go back to riding that quickly. That's just a natural jinx. Sorry man. Take a bit more time if you plan on doing that. Just my gut instinct on things like that.
 

orbital

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brakes good, check
everything tight, check
bright colored clothing, check
eye protection, check
helmet maybe too raggie

:wave:
 

raggie33

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helmet im needing one for sure i also hit head in chrash but other then feeling something weird on face like a scartch id never know i hit head ..
 

orbital

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Unless you already have one, adapt one of your flashlights to your handlebars.
Helps all the 'distracted' people from turning left in front of you.
 

xxo

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I saw a couple women out jogging wearing vests with some sort of LED light arrays that flashed and changed colors in patterns - kinda reminded me of the bill board mega screens in time square. No way a driver couldn't see them from a mile away.
 
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