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I picked up a heavy piece of furniture, a display case that I'll be using on my next Christmas present project and snapped my bicep. Surgery on the Monday the 19th. I hate typing one handed and trying to find a new sleeping position.

Just thought I'd mention it,

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That sounds very painful! Good luck with the surgery, and I hope you recover quickly and completely.
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Ouch. Good luck with the surgery.
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bummer...
get better now.. ya hear...
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OW Bryan!!!! Hoping all goes well with the surgery!!!
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Best of luck Bryan. That had to hurt.
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Darn! Sucks to be you!

Hope you're back at it as soon as possible. You and Mike can both watch videos, online shop, and exchange ideas while you're both down.

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I picked up a heavy piece of furniture, a display case that I'll be using on my next Christmas present project and snapped my bicep. Surgery on the Monday the 19th. I hate typing one handed and trying to find a new sleeping position.

Just thought I'd mention it,

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Thank you all for the well wishes
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Sorry to hear this Bryan . Recently an employee was merely lifting himself on a dock and tore his .
He's debating not to fix it , and you can see his bicep has slipped upwards on his arm .

Hope you have a speedy recovery

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