mrbill at mrbill.net
Sun Jun 6 15:10:50 CDT 2004
On Sun, Jun 06, 2004 at 01:20:41PM -0500, Brian Dunbar wrote:
> Once they've drawn blood, you can't turn your back on 'em. Just be
> cautious, never let them get between you and exit. And maintain eye
I've always gone by the credo "no system truly works well until you've
shed some blood for its cause". Therefore, this one should work just
When I got home (at 2am) I walked in (exhausted) and said "it bit me"
and held up my arm. The Wife looked over, went "OH MY GOD" and rushed
me to the bathroom for hydrogen peroxide, a wet washcloth, neosporin,
and a band-aid, all the while I was saying "eh, its just a scratch, I
just didnt want to wipe the blood off with my shirt.."
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