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CrazyDan

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If you can get in and stick with a union till retirement you will be set for life. The earlier you get in the earlier you can retire. The earlier you retire the more you get to enjoy the retired life.
 


curtisfox

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If you can get in and stick with a union till retirement you will be set for life. The earlier you get in the earlier you can retire. The earlier you retire the more you get to enjoy the retired life.
YEP! I went at 58 after 35 years in paper mill. 19 years ago............Curt
 

Lukesky36

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Guess what i did today i slipped on some snow on my bike and landed on my shoulder and got a partial shoulder dislocation it was more of this slush deep snow i ride though snow all the time but the snow melted slightly and the front wheel locked up over a snow bank and rear end slipped out
 

bike4life

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Guess what i did today i slipped on some snow on my bike and landed on my shoulder and got a partial shoulder dislocation it was more of this slush deep snow i ride though snow all the time but the snow melted slightly and the front wheel locked up over a snow bank and rear end slipped out
noooooo. u snow tires maybe or better yet have a flame thrower on the front to melt the snow first? :(
 

Lukesky36

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noooooo. u snow tires maybe or better yet have a flame thrower on the front to melt the snow first? :(
Yep im out for a month or two in the meantime i ordered a motorcycle padded jacket for my self not going to ride without one anymore or ride in the winter/snow
 
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CrazyDan

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You can ride just fine in the winter if you make studded tires. Sucks crashing bro, I had a type 3 ac joint separation from a nasty crash (thank God for helmets, they work). It kept me from riding completely for a few weeks, then I could ride with some pain after. Took over 5 months to fully heal...
 

Lukesky36

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You can ride just fine in the winter if you make studded tires. Sucks crashing bro, I had a type 3 ac joint separation from a nasty crash (thank God for helmets, they work). It kept me from riding completely for a few weeks, then I could ride with some pain after. Took over 5 months to fully heal...
Damn must suck there is a Youtuber called Seth Bike hacks that had the same accident his collar bone sticks out pretty far from his shoulder. Now he healed up really well and rides Downhill trails all the time still
 
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