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Its time. I'm going in the hospital to get knee surgery. I will be out of work for three weeks. Any ideas on how to kill time?

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  • Buckshott00
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    Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
    I thought of a new past time for you Gary.

    What you do is contact an artist to get a caricature of Phil Murphy.

    Then you have either that artist or a local machinist build you a tablet press mold for the caricature.
    Finally, you contact a local Urinal Puck manufacturers and get bids on having them bid on your novelty urinal cakes of Phil Murphy.

    I wish I had thought of this when Hillary was running.
    Huh, a quick search online seems like someone has beat me to it!!

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  • Buckshott00
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    I thought of a new past time for you Gary.

    What you do is contact an artist to get a caricature of Phil Murphy.

    Then you have either that artist or a local machinist build you a tablet press mold for the caricature.
    Finally, you contact a local Urinal Puck manufacturers and get bids on having them bid on your novelty urinal cakes of Phil Murphy.

    I wish I had thought of this when Hillary was running.

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  • Buckshott00
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    Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
    Good news Gary! I've actually performed (simulated) the surgery you're talking about on ATD (dummies). I assume you mean joint replacement since you've got the 3 week downtime.
    So, I may be able to offer some insight. If you get the surgery soon, and you're diligent about PT you can expect near 100% recovery in about 3months, which means your hunting season isn't a bust. Right?

    For the pain you might want to look into Kratom as an alternative to opiates. I'm hesitant to recommend that given the controversial nature, but it is legal, and the pain relief has been compared to tramadol or vicodin.

    As for killing time. I'm currently looking for work Gary, when not filling out applications and having interviews, I've started watching these youtube videos about different methods primitive peoples may have used in survival building. I start watching and I can't stop, extremely fascinating.
    LOL well I've done that one on dummies too, been more than a few years though. Believe it or not I actually designed tools and surgical instruments for laparoscopic surgeries as few as 5yrs ago.

    If you're really brave and you have a good surgeon, you can ask for local anesthetic and request that you watch the surgery. They'll probably say no because they don't want you to move while the surgery is going on.

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  • rockhound
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    Listen to your doctor is the first answer to this question. 2nd is never second guess the better half. They are on your side!

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  • MattM37
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    You should get a copy of Larry Kaniut's "Alaska Bear Tales." Lots of bear hunting and accounts of bear attacks. Speedy recovery, Gary! (If you get real bored, you could always write up a few wildlife quiz contests. I always enjoy them.)After I posted this, I replied to your reply on my smart-animal thread but didn't know if you'd be returning to it. You should check out "The Wild North" on YouTube. It's a guy named Andrew in the NWT of Canada; he's got all kinds of bear-hunting videos, and footage of bears lurking around his cabin. Black bears, not grizz.

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  • crm3006
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    Big G- Forget all that rehab malarkey! Find the best looking nurse on your floor, jump out of bed, and chase her down the halls! Ignore the pain, no pain, no gain! Of course, if she won't run, and stands there with her fists doubled up, there is a problem. Disregard above advice, and return to bed, immediately.

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  • dewman
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    Originally posted by dewman View Post
    I thought canceling the New Jersey bear hunt was a done deal? What happened?
    Sincere good luck and hope science and common sense prevails, although political posturing will surely make this a nail biter.

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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by dewman View Post
    I thought canceling the New Jersey bear hunt was a done deal? What happened?
    Still pending so far with Governor Murphy, but Ex Governor Christie Whitman canceled the bear hunt four days before opening day. She was a Republican. I never understood that.

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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by Treestand View Post
    Big>G You could try: Swing Dancing, Jump Rope & Do Double Dutch, Soccer, 100yd Dash, Cross Country Run, Log Rolling Contest, Pole Climbing Or Seat back and get stoned on Pain Pills Or Booze like most do!
    Good advice Rich, I'll be ready to do the long bear hunt walk and climb twenty feet up in my bear stand. Taking in my game cart loaded with hundred pounds of corn may be tough. I may have to backpack bear food in the woods like my brother does.

    Tree, thanks for the plus one. You were first to comment and it appeared immediately.

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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
    Does your hunting area have provisions for handicapped ? Get a letter from your Dr. Good Luck
    Jim, I hope its just for a short term.
    I may be bear hunting hundred yards from my vehicle. Its better then not bear hunting at all.
    After rehab, I will join a health gym. Do the treadmill and the bike.

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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
    Gary - The time in the hospital and rehab center will go quickly, as there will be many people coming and going through your room, drawing blood, checking your vitals, etc.
    If it's your left knee, you will be able to drive much sooner than if it's your right.
    Good luck and God bless.
    99, its my right knee. I laughed out loud on your Goldilocks book to read.

    If my leaderboard points skyrocket pass everybody, you will know I'm making multiple comments and replies with plus ones in the 2009 Outdoor Life threads.
    LMAO

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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
    Good news Gary! I've actually performed (simulated) the surgery you're talking about on ATD (dummies). I assume you mean joint replacement since you've got the 3 week downtime.
    So, I may be able to offer some insight. If you get the surgery soon, and you're diligent about PT you can expect near 100% recovery in about 3months, which means your hunting season isn't a bust. Right?

    For the pain you might want to look into Kratom as an alternative to opiates. I'm hesitant to recommend that given the controversial nature, but it is legal, and the pain relief has been compared to tramadol or vicodin.

    As for killing time. I'm currently looking for work Gary, when not filling out applications and having interviews, I've started watching these youtube videos about different methods primitive peoples may have used in survival building. I start watching and I can't stop, extremely fascinating.
    Buck, I am not having knee replacement. Thank God! I want to keep the Lord's knee I was born with, as long as I can. I am having a meniscus tear repaired.
    They bang or drill a couple holes in my knee. One hole for the camera and one hole for the cutting and sucking out device. They will put me to sleep and my Knee Doctor said the surgery will take a half hour. The last time the hospital put me out, was in first grade getting my tonsils removed.

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  • dewman
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    I thought canceling the New Jersey bear hunt was a done deal? What happened?

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  • jhjimbo
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    Does your hunting area have provisions for handicapped ? Get a letter from your Dr. Good Luck

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  • bowhunter75richard
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    Originally posted by Treestand View Post
    Big>G You could try: Swing Dancing, Jump Rope & Do Double Dutch, Soccer, 100yd Dash, Cross Country Run, Log Rolling Contest, Pole Climbing Or Seat back and get stoned on Pain Pills Or Booze like most do!
    Gary, the recliner will certainly be the more comfortable route to take, but it is only the rehab that will get you through. If you get too comfy in that easy chair, you will never get back into the midst of your buddies in the forest, and they sure will miss all the gooy goodies you won’t be hauling in for them ! Take care, do the rehab. We need you in there to take care of those wild beasts, otherwise the antis will go crazy with nothing to bitch about!

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