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Sometimes we act without thinking...and normally we just get a fright...
That's just bad luck I hope it gets better fast.

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Yep glad to see you sill got the most of it !

Ah Well it's the little things that keep us AWAKE & LEARNING , I stil haven't stopped learning at 53 years young!

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My left thumb got "flicked" by an anchor chain. I can empathize.

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Sandy, my wife got nicked by the windlass two summers ago. Gosh, nothing as bad as this though. That's going to be a funny looking finger and might win some bragging stories at the pub in the future.

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Some West epoxy and 405 filler will set you right. Don't forget barrier coat or you could get a blister on your finger.

Sorry... couldn't resist

Good to see that you didn't lose it and that it may be saved.

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That looks so baad I took a pain pill in sympathy.

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That looks so baad I took a pain pill in sympathy.
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Is the tendon still intact?

I hope you heal up well (physically and mentally).
A few weeks ago I saw a salty old sailor who had nearly taken a finger off. He was more upset that nobody would wash the blood off his boat before it dried.

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Ouch !! hope you heal quickly.
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