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Old 03-08-2005, 01:06 PM   #91
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I'm really happy to say that a series of about ten explosions near the terminal elicited NO RESPONSE in the computer lab. LOL.
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I certainly did, Rebekah, thanks to a certain Scotsman and his cookie's generosity!
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Hey, Ewen...

The clavicles, or collar bones, are among the most commonly broken (fractured) bones in the body.
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I certainly did, Rebekah, thanks to a certain Scotsman and his cookie's generosity!

I'm just relieved because at 3 pm I went to TM to check things out because I'm going to be at work next Tuesday until 2 pm and was really worried. At 3 pm today there were still great tickets for everywhere! (breaths a sigh of relief)


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The fifth metacarpal [little finger] is a frequently broken bone. This occurs when someone punches a hard surface, such as a wall or someone else's head [LOL], with a closed fist. The force is transmitted to the distal part of the fifth metacarpal. This type of fracture is called a boxer's fracture.

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Hey, Ewen...

The clavicles, or collar bones, are among the most commonly broken (fractured) bones in the body.

reminds me off a (kind of) funny story about us playing murder-ball on a beach in the north of Scotland....I'll tell you about it on the phone.
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Hey, Ewen...

The clavicles, or collar bones, are among the most commonly broken (fractured) bones in the body.
Bullshit. Wrists are broken at least 10 times more than collar bones are.

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Note that a woman's pelvis is necessarily wider than a man's pelvis to accommodate the growing baby during pregnancy and also to allow for delivery of the baby.
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The fifth metacarpal [little finger] is a frequently broken bone. This occurs when someone punches a hard surface, such as a wall or someone else's head [LOL], with a closed fist. The force is transmitted to the distal part of the fifth metacarpal. This type of fracture is called a boxer's fracture.
funny that you should say that....you ought to see what i can do with my little finger on my left hand. i think it's because i'm a bass player but it's kind of freaky.
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Bullshit. Wrists are broken at least 10 times more than collar bones are.

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she did say "among"



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reminds me off a (kind of) funny story about us playing murder-ball on a beach in the north of Scotland....I'll tell you about it on the phone.
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she did say "among"
I suppose you're correct.

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It's important for women to get enough calcium and Vitamin D from their diets. Weight-bearing exercise such as walknig actually promotes bone health. Smoking, alcohol, and caffeine can adversely affect a woman's chances of developing osteoporosis.

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