Going back to work today...

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Bill

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As some of you know I was in a terrible accident last May which led to a couple surgeries, three hospital stays, and a bunch of hardware in my left leg. Today I start back to work "in a limited capacity" and I just wanted to let you guys know in case it seems I am not here as much. I still plan on reading nearly every post "as I do now" but it won't be all day long like in the past.

Please respect me and ChoppedBaggers.com by controlling tempers, not starting any web-fights, and keeping things running smoothly. If anyone has a problem feel free to PM me and/or email me at [email protected].



We have built a terrific forum here and I hope it continues to grow even though I won't be baby sitting like I have been.

Wish me luck!
 

ramnj

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Glad to hear. I'm hoping to go back to work soon too. Sucks being stuck at home.
 

Bill

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Ended up calling it a day early as my son got sick... I stopped at each of my customers early today just to say hello and they each gave me a list of shit to fix... I would say it went just as expected.

Don't they know I didn't want to actually "work" my first week back!!!!!!
 

coolerman69

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Aww shit Bill! Quit yer bitchin! How damn hard is it to accelerate a particle anyway!? LOL JK! I hope your monday was better than mine!
 

dbell66253

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I would've needed GPS to find my way back after this much time, and also everybody's picture with their name on it, lol. Good luck.
 

Opunui

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Bill question..curious on your job..do you use cyclotron or linear accelerator that accelerates charged subatomic particles or nuclei to high energies
 

Bill

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Bill question..curious on your job..do you use cyclotron or linear accelerator that accelerates charged subatomic particles or nuclei to high energies

Linear Accelerators to accelerate electrons which hit a target material of tungsten knocking off a photon of up to 25 million electron volts.

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