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 Posted: Sun Jul 18th, 2010 07:57 pm
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Tempted by "short cut."
Not what the instructions say.
Should I get stitches?



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Short cuts can be great
Instructions are the long path
Stiches make you wise



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Scars testify of
Wisdom gained by shedding blood.
Excessive scars = dumb.



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I to was once dumb
Wrist Vs. Blower housing
ER made me wise



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