Re: Looking for Advice (New to Site)
That's your personal bias, not a fact.
If you are 'well' enough to fish, you are well enough to work.
That's like saying, "if you're well enough to go bird watching, you're well enough to go weight lifting"
There's a hell of a difference between sitting comfortably and holding a rod at your leisure for a few hours - and working on your feet for eight hours a day, 40 hours a week.
What does a sub rosa film of a person recovering look like?
When there is a sub rosa film of you fishing instead of 'recovering' from your injury,
I didn't know that you couldn't heal while fishing, no wonder Chris Reeves never recovered, he did go fishing.
The idea is ridiculous, if not silly.
Again, no connection whatever.
There's nothing wrong with relaxing at the local fishing hole, it's considered a sedentary activity, a quadriplegic cave man could do it. (they probably did)
As long as you stay within your restrictions, you should be fine.
You don't have to hide in the house and lay in bed all day over a back injury, you're disabled, not dead.
(Yes, disabled people have the right to go fishing, what a shock!!!)
They also have the right to go to the park, go shopping and go to movies (some have even been known to eat popcorn) can you believe it?
I know, we should be treated like criminals and be indebted to the carrier with our souls.
Give me a break!!
Happy fishing, catch one for me!!!
Last edited by tony; 05-05-2010 at 06:04 PM.
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