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Old 09-15-2009, 06:23 AM
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When you Bang a knuckle hard enough to break the skin...
but not the Nitrile Glove...You're always in the middle of "something" ,you can't
stop and the damn glove is filling up with nice fresh red blood cells!
LOL!

Been there, done that.

That was funny.
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Old 09-15-2009, 06:25 AM
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I would like to say that bloody oven is SCARY! Sometimes bodies do need chopping to fit inside freezers, but I like to cover my kitchen, or basement in plastic first. Makes removing the evidence a lot easier.
I've got another trick for you.

Do the dirty work in the nude so that you won't soil any clothes/shoes in the process.

Hop in the shower/under the garden hose and ALL evidence destroyed.

On a serious note, I have a diesel tattoo as well.

I got mine replacing the electric radiator fan on a 1998 VW Jetta TDi.

The skin was flayed open and diesel/oil sludge was smeared into the wound simultaneously.
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Old 09-19-2009, 02:11 PM
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People who stop working just because they are bleeding are wimps!
I just duct tape the injured body part back together and keep working. I don't like to get blood on anything I work on. I don't want to waste time on cleaning them later and blood on car parts doesn't look professional.
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Old 09-19-2009, 07:25 PM
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Front seats are the same. I found out the hard way too. I stuck my hands under the seat to hook the seat cover straps onto the edges. Those edges are sharp like a meat slicer!
Yeah, holy crap, I sliced my self trying to get something that was inside the assembly while I had the seat out.
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Old 09-19-2009, 07:27 PM
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LOL!

Been there, done that.

That was funny.
Yeah, me too, I wonder how many here have.
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Old 09-19-2009, 07:32 PM
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Blood sweat and tears.
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I use the slice and dice bloody mess method at least once a week. I have found it is good way to reduce cholesterol and remove other unwanted toxins and stuff from the body. Works good.
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Old 09-19-2009, 11:59 PM
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I love it when im workin away and i feel somthing wet, im thinkin, "Agggghhhh, what the hell is dripping on me now?" and turns out, its my own blood! You know its a good sharp cut when you dont even feel it! My projects and I have exchanged fluids plenty! I donate blood and i soak up some oil and grease! Working on vehicles for a living, i get hurt plenty. One of my better ones wasnt even bloody (externaly). I was loosening a UCA bolt on a 735i with my 18" Snap-On 1/2in ratchet pulling towards myself hard as i can and the socket slips off and i beam myself with the end of it right on my right lower eye socket on the bone! Whoa boy did i see stars! I went through a whole case of cold soda cans on my face and i still looked like a prize fighter hit me with a 2x4 LOL
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I've got another trick for you.

Do the dirty work in the nude so that you won't soil any clothes/shoes in the process.

Hop in the shower/under the garden hose and ALL evidence destroyed.

On a serious note, I have a diesel tattoo as well.

I got mine replacing the electric radiator fan on a 1998 VW Jetta TDi.

The skin was flayed open and diesel/oil sludge was smeared into the wound simultaneously.
Yes, "Bludgeon naked" is what I always say. Showering off on the grass is a great idea. They never think to check your lawn for DNA evidence. Soon the little micro-organisms eat up all the blood, so there's nothing left to test
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Old 09-20-2009, 10:35 AM
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Yes, "Bludgeon naked" is what I always say. Showering off on the grass is a great idea. They never think to check your lawn for DNA evidence. Soon the little micro-organisms eat up all the blood, so there's nothing left to test
Hmm, makes wonder what kind of members frequent here. I better watch my back or at least watch what I say.
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