Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by china444, Aug 15, 2003.
I live in the suburbs of Kansas City.
#$%hole. Perhaps you may not be so lucky the next time you are enjoying the outdoors.
Well, on the bright side, these injuries will heal. The jury's still out on weather I can go fix the problems in my lower spine and nerves when I was injured last year.
Brings back memories of my accident. Didn't have any broken bones tho. . .but it was pretty scary for me at the time.
Hope the thumb heals soon.
Yeah, KC does suck for bike riding
Quick, china! Now is your time to sue and get rich!
Really, though, I'm deeply sorry about your accident. Hope you get well soon. It must be hard to type with a broken thumb.... It's amazing how much even a broken pinkie can ruin your day-to-day activities.
riding a bike, why that's blasphemy where is your gas gusling SUV... jk
never broke any bones on a bike(never broke any period) prefer not to either. Anyways get well and hope that thumb heals nicely for you.
I wish you a speedy recovery, China.
This remind me, once i rode a bike down a hill and i hit a rock flipped one time, hit a U-turn sign with my leg, and my bike fell on me. That was painfull. :suicide:
That sucks, man. I had a bicycle accident a couple of months ago, too. Totally taco-ed the wheel, in fact, the front wheel is like a figure-8 from a certain angle. Kinda neat, actually. But, bad thing was, I had to CARRY the bike 5 miles back. A hard, sudden fall. No injuries, though - I attribute that to the coral calcium. I felt like the asphalt would have broken before I did. Check that stuff out. I'd get the Bob Barefoot coral calcium (higher quality), from Okinawa - higher trace mineral content, which makes all the difference for absorption, which is the key. Don't get ripped off buy the generic stuff.
Feel the love!
The worst bike stack that I have witnessed was in my first mountain bike race in the Blue mountains west of Sydney.
I was riding about 2/3 pack in a tight pack on slippery gravel when one guy fell off and got riden over the top of with the most gorriest looking gravel rash I have ever seen.
He then got back on his bike and kept going and finished the race but in a lot of pain.
The same guy a month later on the same circuit, we were tearing down a hill, when we came to a poorly marked right hand turn, he was in front of me and didn't see the turn and went full speed into a barbed wire fence. OUCH!
Needless to say that he stuck with being a roadie and only used his MTB bike for work (We were both Couriers at that time, but that's another thread).
Well then, get well soon !
For the next mafia game, you can have my seat, ok?
(aged 7) I broke my arm walking up a slide the wrong way and someone came down- ouch! aged (10-11) I was playing football avec my brother who at the time was playing for Bradford City reserves when he took a shot on the half volley and like the idiot that i am i tried to save it! Had to have it manipulated back into place without anaesthetic! At 14 i broke my angle playing rugby at school- (the fist lesson as well). Didn't have to play it for the rest of the term which was good as i hated it!
Once i fell down the stairs of my house and broke all the bones in my arm. I had to go through 8 different surgeries
i dont go outsite because i am too busy plotting the downfall of people like you. . .
people like you = ****ing *******s
just in case there was any confusion
Are you right handed are left handed?
Which thumb did you break?
My right thumb.(I am right handed)
And my entire left arm is missing a coating of skin or two, its 1 big scab.
Good luck for a speedy recovery, China. I had a bad bike accident when I was a kid too. Sucks, but you'll heal fast!
I bike alot but have never had a serious accident. Sounds nasty China, bones will heal but scars will be there forever.
Cool fun to be had picking bits of scab off for weeks
As a kid I imagined getting a total body scab that would come off like plate armour
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