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The bigger pieces of gauze work well for that too. Roll up a few pieces, put them crosswise in your mouth and bite down hard. Balboa Naval Hospital was out of anesthetic so that's what they used to set my broken arm. Gauze or fabric work well in the field when you have to work with broken bones or dislocations. I am lucky that pain doesn't affect my sphincters, just my lachrymal glands.Alston Neal wrote:Thanks folks, my live in ex RN is having a great time making me squeal like a little girl.
That gave me first and second degree burns, left a ringing in my ears and affected my sphincters so I stopped doing that.Alston Neal wrote:I just stick my finger in the light socket to take my mind off of it.
I hope you never find out.Alston Neal wrote:Sphincters? Uh, don't we have one or are you from the Roswell area?..Al_HikesAZ wrote: and affected my sphincters so I stopped doing that.
There has been some good stuff in this thread. I learned not to use regular superglue, just the highgrade medical stuff.Outdoor Lover wrote:I'll bet beterarcher is really glad at this point that he started this thread.
Thanks, made me go to the dikshunary to look that up.PLC92084 wrote:@Alston Neal
While dealing with this topic, it's probably best is you avoid probative questions...
90% of medicine is psychological. Sounds to me like very efficient cure!The Stillernator wrote:My wife's family likes to use the rakija to disinfect wounds sometimes, actually. I just find it better to drink it.
Some of the stuff in those restraining orders isn't completely true Just kidding. You know you got problems when your imaginary friend gets a restraining order against you. [rimshot] I can't "go to Hell" - Satan still has that restraining order out on me. :whistle: Besides that, it wasn't hot enough in Hell so I came back to Arizona.Alston Neal wrote:Also I learned I don't want to share a tent with Al....
Maybe we can get some of this for the chile cook-off.... May discover an alternative fuel source in the process.kingsnake wrote: The Stillernator wrote:My wife's family likes to use the rakija to disinfect wounds sometimes, actually. I just find it better to drink it.
90% of medicine is psychological. Sounds to me like very efficient cure!
I can relate, same thing with me and a sheep ranch in Wyoming.Al_HikesAZ wrote:Some of the stuff in those restraining orders isn't completely true.