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Old 03-04-2011, 10:34 AM
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Old 03-04-2011, 10:57 AM
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Wow! That kid is talented, some of those jumps and then landing backwards were pretty amazing tricks. Yes, if I go to Scotland it will be with a fly rod for sure!

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Old 03-04-2011, 11:04 AM
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Whoa! Beautiful scenery but hard to enjoy holding my breath watching the cyclist! That guy's knees and hips are going to pay him back bigtime when he's as old as I am. LOL, but most of us never think that far ahead. I sure didn't. I need to go to Scotland, though.
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Wow, and wow again! That was amazing.

I just know that all of the cycling, skiing, hiking and just plain stupidity of my younger years is definitely being paid for now -

2 major back operations
5 ankle surgeries ending in fusion of left ankle
New right hip
Tendinitis in both elbows
Triple hernia surgery

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Kelly - Wow, and I thought 3 hernias, one lower back operation and recent rotator cuff surgery was bad! But its all relative, isn't it? My lovely companion is lying in a hospital bed after undergoing a complete reverse shoulder revision of an earlier replacement. Watching her agony makes my aches and pains seem pretty humble indeed.
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Kelly - Wow, and I thought 3 hernias, one lower back operation and recent rotator cuff surgery was bad! But its all relative, isn't it? My lovely companion is lying in a hospital bed after undergoing a complete reverse shoulder revision of an earlier replacement. Watching her agony makes my aches and pains seem pretty humble indeed.
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Gary: Wow! I have no idea what a "complete reverse shoulder revision" entails, but it certainly doesn't sound pleasant..........makes my minor aches and pains sound pretty trivial, here's hoping she has a speedy recovery!

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Thanks, Larry. It basically involves opening up the shoulder, getting rid of the last totally shot shoulder replacement, get rid of the shot rotator cuff and make the deltoid do all the work, jimmy the new shoulder in upside down so the cup is on the humorus instead of the shoulder, put lots of screws and wires in, sew it back in and hope it doesn't dislocate any time soon and the osteonecrosis doesn't kill any of the bone around it too soon. Oh, and have plenty of oxycodone handy!

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Beautiful movie and amazing guyI took part in trial competitions ...long ago ...when I see what this guy is able to do with a bike it makes me cry
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Colin, thanks for sharing an amazing video.

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We had dead mans curve to make on a bicycle when we were kids...Lot of peer pressure that was. lol

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