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Old 08-31-2013, 07:51 PM   #1
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Bonjour à tous.,

Avant que je ne peux rien dire de plus et mon nom est Marie et je parle pour Marc qui il s'est blessé au travail et je tape dans le message pour lui.

Et il est mon homme (amant)

Je vais donc laisser un lien transversale de l'autre site à lire sur ce qui se passe, je sais que certains d'entre vous seront surpris de voir combien Marc a survécu celui-ci.

Je vais laisser un lien croix pour vous de le lire.

http://www.electriciantalk.com/f2/freaky-jobsite-58823/

Remarque., Aux modérateurs pouvez vous laisser ça ici, si possible, s'il vous plaît?

Merci,
Marie.

Engish verison:

Hello there.,

Before I can say anything more and My name is Marie and I am speaking for Marc which he got hurt from work and I am typing in the message for him.

And he is my man ( lover )

So I will leave a cross link to the other website to read on what is going on I know some of you will be suprised how Marc did survive this one.

Note ., To the moderators can you please leave this in here if possible?

Thank,
Marie.

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Yesterday afternoon I was called to one of my customer place to repair the RCD breaker and I knew something was funky when the RCD breaker fail to set in so.,

Found a bad T&E ( Twin et earth or NM cable for ya ) and ready to yank that out I know I did cut it off on one end and it supposed to slide it out easy but to my best knowage I never see a hidden large LV transfomer ( landscape transformer ) was sitting loose in the hidden ceiling chase and gave a hard yank.

I heard and felt something move pretty fast and there were no time to get it out the way and look up all I say uh oh ! and try to get out of the way but got hit by LV transfomer on my head and it did hit pretty hard which I have to call Marie to come and get me and go to ER and end up have 7 stiches on my head ( TABARNAC !!! )

Now have to scrub two service calls today to get myself some rest.

Merci,
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Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

Don't worry about the service calls they will be there when you are doing better.
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My best to you, Marc. I always appreciate your insight and have learned much from you!
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Bonjour c'est Marie ici.,

Je serai typage de marc pendant un certain temps et il ne veut pas pu faire un peu de travail pendant une semaine, mais il m'a demandé de taper le message disant merci pour votre kindess ici.

Merci.
Marie et Marc

Bonjour this is Marie here.,

I will be typing for marc for a while and he will not able do some work for a week but he asked me to type the message saying thank you for your kindess in here.

Merci.
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speedy recovery to you marc....mike
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Speedy recovery to you Marc!

Some of the greatest advice on this site is provided by you. You have taught me a lot!
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Get well soon, I will miss your posts I always refer to learn something.
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Wow, I was really worried when I saw the title, thinking it was going to be an electrical injury. Glad it's just a bump on the head, albeit a bad one. Get better quick so you can resume providing the excellent electrical advice and common sense you are well known for.
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Get some rest Marc, and recover. Glad it wasn't a more serious injury.
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Chicken soup---works wonders to make the healing more tolerable----

Good luck---Mike-------
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And hours and hours of long back rubs.
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Sorry to hear this. Marc get well soon. Hope to see you back here very soon.
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Bonsoir .,

This is Marie ici.,

Marc say many thanks for your kind words .,




As far for the bump on head it was pretty big and the cut where he got it have 3 stiches inside then 4 on the top so you will know how serious it was and the Doctor say he was lucky " SOB " ( try to find your words on this one )

Beenthere.,

I have gave him plenty backrubs and massage on his head to keep the pain down and right now he is on my legs watching the montior when I am typing the reply in here. ( he speak to me and I type in for him )

Merci,
Marie et Marc

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