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#1 gunner


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Posted 02 February 2011 - 04:26 PM

Wow. I am sitting here at work about to go face down! I I probably overdid it with the snow storm that went through here. Used the tractor to blow out the snow last night (my place and a couple of the neighbors). Early morning phone calls for a couple hours, then went out and blew snow for another couple hours. Decided to come into the office for the afternoon, but Man! I should have stayed home! I didn't just hit the wall, it fell on me!

I have been trying to find the post that referenced a published fatigue study. Could anybody help with a link or a title of that discussion? I am going to have to do something different.

#2 hannibellemo


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Posted 02 February 2011 - 09:49 PM

Hi, Gunner,

Here is a link to my original post...I saw it at my local cancer center but Mayo is conducting the study.


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