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    I'm happy that tomorrow morning I return to work for the first time since shoulder surgery in late March of this year.

    A few good checks before the holidays will make them better. :D
    Mongo only pawn in game of life
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    Ed

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    Re: OT; return to work

    Originally posted by edlafontaine View Post
    I'm happy that tomorrow morning I return to work for the first time since shoulder surgery in late March of this year.

    A few good checks before the holidays will make them better. :D
    Congrats man. Good for you!!!
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      yes, good-fer-ya. im sure the wife will be glad to get ri a er a see you go back to work too.:D
      take it easy.
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        Good for you Ed!

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        • #5
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          Nice!
          did you damage your shoulder, moving large and heavy speaker?;)
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            Mongo back in saddle where he belongs. :D

            I can't read your posts without hearing Mongo in my head.

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            • #7
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              Good to hear, Ed!

              I too hear Mongo every time I read one of your posts..."don' know...got to do with where choo-choo go."

              Glad you're on the mend!


              Mark
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              • #8
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                Cheers sir. The only thing that sucks more than work is not working. Especially after a long while. :(

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                • #9
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                  Congratulations, Ed!!!!

                  Cheers / Robert

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                  • #10
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                    Hey, I didn't even know you had a problem much less surgery, and you didn't seem to have any problem carrying your E-Waves around at PE's or the Iowa event. It's very good you're all well now.
                    Paul

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                      Geez Ed, I go back to work four or five days a week I dunno whats so special about you:D

                      Seriously though, good luck and welcome back. Was it a rotator cuff? I have that to look forward to.
                      Don't listen to me - I have not sold any $150,000 speakers.

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                        Hooray!
                        Isn't it about time we started answering rhetorical questions?

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                        • #13
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                          Johnny, If I start to get the big head I know you will set me right...I laughed, enjoyed that and continued laughing.

                          The injury was a partially torn labrum. Work related. There was no need to glorify it or milk it for sympathy...just ask my wife. :D

                          Thanks Guys. Y'all are great!
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                          Ed

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