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post #1 of 12 Old 08-11-2007, 01:14 AM Thread Starter
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dam truck also dieselman where are you

anyways i was going to post this earlier but didnt o well i was working on my truck today first lightning hits house/street so i get a little jolt due to the water i was standing in next after i get electrocuted i clim on the tire of the truck to tighten down pipe nut up and as i was leaning in i slipped off off the tire due to the wet flip flops i was wearing so i fell on the fender trust me this is not the first time i have slipped and fell off the truck being that its lifted it hurts well this time my stomach brakes the fall on the fender wel to make a long story short it hurt and my belt buckle ended up denting the fender pissed my. well thats my rant for i guess today i am going to bed. o i forgot dieselman where have you been you have not been posting that much i am getting worried. well thats talk to you guys tomorrow.

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dam dude4 you should shut it down for the night

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Let me get this straight, You were blasted by lighting and you still stayed out there working on your truck? Man now thats dedication (or stupidity) I'll go with whaty ever your little woman calls it!

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i didnt get directly struck by it it struck like maybe 50 feet away and i was standing in water outside anyways i was safe working on the truck i was standing on a 37" tire so i figured i was safe i was also under a car port. i think it was a little but of both dedication and stupidity.

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Yeah, I haven't seen Shawn much, either... Although, he's usually busy working or traveling...

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ive talked with him...hes just been busy!!!
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I am sorry for your misfortune. Now to correct the problems.

1 you should be wearing the proper shoes while working on your truck, ie boots, steel toe boots, or at least closed toe shoes.
2. you should have been in a garage to work on truck. Not out in a lightning storm. Or you should have at least waited for the weather to clear up before working on your truck.

Ok that is enough safety talk for one day. Now grab a beer to relax and relieve your pain from your fall and electrocution.


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I am sorry for your misfortune. Now to correct the problems.

1 you should be wearing the proper shoes while working on your truck, ie boots, steel toe boots, or at least closed toe shoes.
2. you should have been in a garage to work on truck. Not out in a lightning storm. Or you should have at least waited for the weather to clear up before working on your truck.

Ok that is enough safety talk for one day. Now grab a beer to relax and relieve your pain from your fall and electrocution.
Didnt realize we needed OSHA on the ORG too
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