Thanks about the same few jerks comment. Appreciate it. I'm sure many more see it too but are afraid to speak up for fear of being attacked. But thanks man.
No worries dude. I actually think I might've met you and your buddies early last season. I remember meeting 3 guys on Konas on Tempest one day in like May or June. Does one of your friends have a red/white/blue stab, get a flat on tempest, and still ride out anthem drop on his flat? I think he may have tried to fix his flat using some of my tools but he had a custom rim or something and couldn't get the tire off. I think that might've been you guys. Will definitely say whats up if I see you out there again.
im not that young...25 isnt young right? itll take you some time to heal up, but like i said just listen to what they say at rehab. ive been dhing for about 10 years or so and even now things are starting to take longer to heal. good luck. youll know when youll be able to ride hard.
hit me up if youre going to diablo...im there every weekend if im not at platty
no problem, just remember, time heals all wounds. if you just let it heal and do a bit of pt, even at home, you'll be riding diablo in may.
...just dont do anything that will put excess strain on your arm. listen to what the people in rehab say and dont do anything stupid, like riding dh early on. you need to get strength back in your shoulder and get your movement back before you do that.
being ready by the beginning of May is all up to you and how you'll heal. youre young right? that should be very helpfull in getting healthy again.
oh and dont listen to voodoo....he's old and bitter....im just bitter and angry. lol
Haha, I get that "human error" is unacceptable during something as important as surgery. However, do you understand that the word "practice" has more than one meaning?
I know a lot of people that are doctors or are in the various stages of becoming a doctor. It's one of the most if not THE most difficult mainstream profession to get into. 4 years of college (taking harder classes than just about everybody except possibly the engineering students), then, if you're lucky, 4 years of medical school, THEN 4 years of residency. Whatever surgeon worked on you likely had a few years of fellowship after their residency as well. Who you trust is up to you, but me personally, I trust doctors more than any other professionals because they are the most highly trained. Sorry for the long rant. Just trying to get my point across.
Lawyers are another story. I can tell you from firsthand experience that becoming a lawyer is a cakewalk compared to becoming a doctor, and we're a lousy bunch in general, haha.
Hope you heal up well, sir. Do you ride at diablo often?
ha for once I agree with ricer. DO NOT RUSH IT !!!
yeah no doubt buddy....good luck with the healing process. dont rush it