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very local 911 call

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I just got a call tonight from my son's cell. Weird thing was he was home. He told me to come downstairs and help him. He's nineteen so this was strange. When I opened the door to his room there he was on the floor with his hand stuck to the carpet. He had felt a hook and when he swiped the rug it pierced is finger and the carpet too. There wasn't 1/4" between the two.

I should have grabbed the camera before the nemostats. :)

Another reason to use barbless hooks! LOL!

Posted on: 2009/2/5 19:22


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could have been worth 10,000...always have the camcorder near by...

Posted on: 2009/2/5 20:14


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The best part was he was talking to his girlfriend when it happened and told her he had to hang up and call hiis Mommy, he'd explain later. I'm still laughing!!

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Classic.

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A true bonding moment.
That one's for life.

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Hope his finger heals...As Mom, it's ok to NOT let his ego heal for a while, though!

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He could claim disability for that. It could be a work related accident lol! (sorry that's the insurance salesman in me)

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I am very sure with a "Polaroid" moment like that even though a photograph was not taken that picture will burn in the pages of your mind for a lifetime. Very classic. Thank you for sharing even though your son may be slightly embarrassed.

Ray

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One of those priceless moments. Wish you had a picture though to share.

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When one funny thing happens one isn't I'll take this to OT. Maybe you guys can give me som insight.

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Reminds me of myself a few years back before I was fly fishing. I got snagged on some weeds on the lake and gave it a nice tug to free it. Before I knew it...I heard a little ching and some pressure on my ear. Took a look in my truck window and there was a spinner hooked right into the top of my ear. I definitely would have went with a barbless hook then. Haha.

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Good thing it was his finger stuck on the hook....

Posted on: 2009/2/7 22:26
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OH! Don't make a Mothers heart Stop beating! You sound like my son!


:) LOL

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A friend of mine was Walleye fishing at York Haven this past fall. He landed a nice Walleye and began releasing him. Unfortunately during the process of releasing, the fish flopped around and next thing he knew, one of the treble hooks on the Rapala lure was imbedded in his thumb, another was hooked to his waders at his crutch, and another was still hooked to the fish. I wasn't around to get a video of him "duck walking" out of the river to dislodge fish, thumb, and waders, but his demostration of the event at work the next day had us rolling on the ground in laughter.

Posted on: 2009/2/10 23:00



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