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Ronn! Blankenship

Why do I suspect there might have been more to the original discovery of this hazard than simple, unintentional accident?

Alpha Monkey

As always...

In order for that sign to be there, you know it had to have happened!


It was just yesterday where I found a website regarding emergency room technician practices and images that went with them. One of the images was in regards to what happens when your leg accidentally gets wrapped in the waterskiing tow rope. And another image regarding what happens when a liquid is accidentally injected into the body.

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