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    Oh ya. He is an idiot. Love him, but he thinks he is invincible. Hope he learns something from this.
    Probably not, but.....
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    You said he's partially paralyzed from a motorcycle accident right? One with think that would enlighten one that they aren't invincible.

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    HAHA! Since he was little. He would jump out of pine trees. He would ride his bike and instead using breaks, crash into the bushes and laugh it off. At 16, he had a motorcycle and let his girlfriend drive it(her 1st time) ON a mountain road.... she drove them both off the cliff. He came out with a shattered leg, 3 rods and 9 pins later. 20 years ago he jumped off the bridge, 75 feet above water. 1 more inch angle and he would have broke back then. And add another dozen things in between all those..... 9 months AFTER breaking back he woke up with separation above his plate.Why? Because he acted like he was fine. Climbing up onto his truck engine to fix things, etc. He is an idiot.
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    You said he's partially paralyzed from a motorcycle accident right? One with think that would enlighten one that they aren't invincible.
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    Brain clear, heart clear of infection.
    Spiked a fever today of 104. Dr.'s say that means infection somewhere.
    They ultrasounded his wound to see if secret abcess under it. Nope.
    Now concerned that means infection in or around his hardware in his back or what remains in his leg.
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