The camera made me do it!

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"I expect to pass through life but once. If therefore, there can be any kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do to any fellow being, let me do it now, and not defer or neglect it, as I shall not pass this way again." William Penn

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Apparently things are all ship-shape in the bone mending department, but that doesn't help explain the extreme agony and lack of mobility I still have in my wrist. Looks like a few more months of recovery ahead of me.

Caine says:

I'm glad the works are all ship-shape, but agony and a lack of mobility are bad. I hope those go away stat.

12th Feb 2010, 06:49

Puddlepuff says:

Do the robot dance!

12th Feb 2010, 06:58

harimanjaro says:

You're a cyborg! Cyborgs are cool.

12th Feb 2010, 10:29

Sprocket says:


12th Feb 2010, 10:33

Anonymous says:

I dont know but all those screws etc would explain the problem to me....:-(
they are miracles of technology but arent they bound to hurt for a while? I really hope this stage passes very quickly for you, it must be pretty depressing......but it will pass, and you will be as good as new....keep away from magnets tho

12th Feb 2010, 10:40

paintist nli says: nli

12th Feb 2010, 10:41

Sprocket says:


[Translation for those not fluent in bionic speak :

Alas I have already discovered that I am not magnetic, which for me, was going to be the only positive thing to come out of this operation. ]

12th Feb 2010, 10:44

bethmadethis says:

it looks like an unfriendly toothbrush

12th Feb 2010, 11:02

Sprocket says:

Desperate Dan's razor??

12th Feb 2010, 11:13

Viv says:

wow that is impressive - hope the pain goes soon

12th Feb 2010, 11:34

JokerXL says:

You have the best bone-jewellery!

12th Feb 2010, 12:41

Sprocket says:

Unsure what to buy your loved one this Valentine's Day? Is last year's gift sitting in a drawer unloved, unworn. Well this year why not crush their arm and treat them to a gift they'll not only cherish they'll be powerless to refuse.

The all new iBrace comes in 100% titanium, it's stain and rust resilient and comes in a choice of colours.

How proud will you be knowing that your loved one will be wearing your gift until the day they die. In fact the iBrace is non biodegradable so will even outlive their rotting corpse.

The iBrace. Give the gift that shows you care.

Available with free engraving until 14/02/10

12th Feb 2010, 12:54

Sprocket says:

@ ~R~

I know, I'm so very disappointed about the lack of an arm attachment to-do list, however if my implant had turned out to be magnetic it probably would have played havoc with my mobile phone.

An implant in your neck. Ooooh. We are the Borg!!!

12th Feb 2010, 15:10

540air says:

I'm not sure if you've noticed but you seem to have a golf tee built into your wrist there my good sir. Mind if I borrow it? ;)

12th Feb 2010, 15:48

silar31 says:

:( I'm sorry that it's still very painful. I hope that as the bones fuse to the implant that it will become less painful, at least?

I think before next winter I'm getting a pair of these. I've no idea if they ship to the UK but if they don't and you want a pair let me know, I'll get them and send them. Because you don't ever want to fall on that wrist again.

13th Feb 2010, 00:07

queserasara says:

Hm - I still disappointed on two counts:
1- it won't set the machine off at the airports.
2 - it's not made of adamantium and therefore they are retractable claws - which is what I think they look like!

13th Feb 2010, 14:15

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