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Old 08-08-2013, 12:56 PM
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Default Grrrrr! I'm not allowed for fish!

I'm on worker's comp for my carpal tunnel syndrome and the doctor informed me if I fly fish while under her care my claim will be denied.

Apparently they have the worker's comp insurance has investigators following me around to make sure I'm not doing anything outside of work that is the cause. This I understand is necessary, because of everyone who scams the system. Nevertheless, I'm not a very happy camper.
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Did you get it from catching too many carp? I hope you get better soon and can get back to fishing.
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Either close those window blinds or put down the bobbin and scissors.

Who watches the watcher?

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Either close those window blinds or put down the bobbin and scissors.

Who watches the watcher?

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Tom: Best of luck with the recovery! This would be easier to take if it was winter, oh well, make the best of it.

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Default Re: Grrrrr! I'm not allowed for fish!

Sounds like it's time for a road trip. I'm sure there are places you could go where no one would recognize you.

You know, " a fly on the sly" !

Maybe we could put together a venue swap, or a program for fishermen that works like the witness protecrion program, only it would be temporary !

Time to hit the road.
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