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everyone jumps, everyone...or jumped...and if they say they don't...they're not telling the truth...
It's only thanks to this thread that I now know I haven't been supposed to be jumping. I've always been on smaller (30' and under) boats on floating docks. Never really aware of the risk, apart from getting wet. I really appreciated this thread.
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G'day folks

Simon is now out of hospital and walking SLOWLY with pins in his leg again.

Going to be sometime before he is back in action full time.

Also, we got him on a diet to shed about 20 kilos and should take some strain off his leg.

Thanks for you concern.

Jim.
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everyone jumps, everyone...or jumped...and if they say they don't...they're not telling the truth...

I didn't jump that time, i was "pinched"
over a year later, still have the mark.

We are not primarily on earth to see through one another, but to see one another through

Some people are like slinkies: not really good for anything... but you can't help laughing when you push them down the stairs
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