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post #1606 of 8099 Old 07-02-2012, 10:17 AM
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The fox is in the hen house. The fox is in the hen house.

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post #1607 of 8099 Old 07-02-2012, 01:59 PM
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Finnaly caught up with the build! Its amazing to say the least. Your kindness and sense of humor knows no bounds. Also because of this thread i now own fallout new vegas.. it also made me re evaluate my current tj toolbox!
Ps on my 98(Older rear seat) I find that i can fit 2 ammo cans tow strap with hooks ( the one witbout fits between roll bar b pillar and a curve in the body) and a first aid kit(future write up?)

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...and a first aid kit(future write up?)
You guys - and girls - are guessing all of my best-kept secrets. I wouldn't call it a "first aid kit" so much as "Portable Field Hospital." I was really planning on doing something sensible and conveniently-sized until I had a discussion on the subject with my friend Jen, who - in addition to being really hot and having a WFR certification - has a habit of saying things like "Yeah, we have all kinds of suturing kits" and "Do you need me to get you a stapler?"

Valuable Information: Whenever someone asks you if you need them to get you a surgical stapler, you say "Yes."

So, yeah...I'd say that there's a hell of a first-aid kit coming along.

If it's worth doing, then it's worth overdoing.

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post #1609 of 8099 Old 07-02-2012, 03:58 PM
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My, do I feel like an unprepared democrat mascot...

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Awesome! Can't wait to see the Stapler Demo!!!

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Awesome! Can't wait to see the Stapler Demo!!!
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...I had a discussion on the subject with my friend Jen, who - in addition to being really hot...
Screw the stapler demo, I wanna see Jen!

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post #1612 of 8099 Old 07-02-2012, 04:21 PM
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Jen with the stapler! We will rate your pics! LMAO

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Man, just read this entire thread...All 108 pages in the past few nights.

It has provided an awesome level of entertainment. And as already mentioned numerous times, your writing style is seriously enjoyable. I know that I will follow your build thread closely for as long as it goes on!

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"I had a discussion on the subject with my friend Jen, who - in addition to being really hot and having a WFR certification - has a habit of saying things like "Yeah, we have all kinds of suturing kits" and "Do you need me to get you a stapler?

oh baby oh baby
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Quick clot is a must now days.

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Just used quick clot on my dog after she broke her nail off at the toe... She no longer has a nail but it stopped the bleeding. I think there is a video floating around online of quick clot being used on a live pig heart artery and it stopped that too...

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I believe i found judgmental chicken brother. Condescending rooster.

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The Republic of Dave has NO INTERNET ACCESS until Tuesday... mostly because CenturyLink sucks. I'll be posting from my phone as I'm able... the rest of the time I'll be looking for a better internet provider.
As previously stated, see how easy we could lose this amazing thread? (I realize how late this comment is, but I feel that everyone needs to keep in the forefront of their minds the old adage, "easy come, easy go")
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I think there is a video floating around online of quick clot being used on a live pig heart artery and it stopped that too...
Went looking for and just watched that video... damn! Never knew that stuff performed that well.
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Went looking for and just watched that video... damn! Never knew that stuff performed that well.
Something that works that good has to have bad side effects...

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