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Offline dakazman

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Mechanics future
« on: Tuesday,October 03, 2017, 09:56:41 AM »
40 years in this occupation and I can check off most😄.
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Offline Grumblebuns

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Re: Mechanics future
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday,October 03, 2017, 10:25:27 AM »
I had to smile at your depiction of the human body. Working for 40 plus years in similar occupations, I can check off most of the chemical and radiation exposure. Six years in US Navy nuclear power, submarine service, 31 years in civilian nuclear power, 20 years road racing motorcycles, my poor body hurts at 67 years of age. Still able to get out of bed on my own muscle power. I hope you have many more years ahead of you. Shaking my head at the things we did in our youth. 

Offline dakazman

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Re: Mechanics future
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday,October 03, 2017, 12:33:19 PM »
Lol  62 here. Hey my neighbor was a submariner ,that is something I probably couldn't do. , and thank you for your service. I also raced motorcross , yes I still get up and out. I never broke a bone tilll my motorcycle Broke down and I was pushing it down the street in the bicycle lane and got hit by a texting driver.
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Re: Mechanics future
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday,October 03, 2017, 12:43:35 PM »
I echo dakazman. Thank you for your service, Joji!


Bummer that you got hit by a texting driver, dakazman!