I thought this thread might get more traction than this, here's mine. Normal nicks, cuts and a few stitches, but still intact. The worse injury sustained so far was to the top my right hand at my middle finger knuckle. Happened at the steel mill I work at, injuries requiring emergency room viists more than doubled when the qualified plant manager left after working too long and being underpaid, only to be replaced with a 23 year old kid who's favorite word was "um". After the emergency room visit I had to visit a plastic surgeon to put the tendon back together. Lesson learned: Don't work for someone who is not as smart as you, you'll spend more time teaching them than learning from them and you might get hurt.
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