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About spdrcr

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  • Birthday 12/18/1975

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    My family, Riding, SCCA racing, snowboarding, shooting, cooking, Real BBQ
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    Arnold, MO
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    '02 VFR800, '97 KLX300, '94 YZ250, '02 XR50
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  1. Sorry to hear about this. Pops was a really great guy.
  2. Buy your own changer and balancer from Nomar. You won't be dissapointed. I have changed around 100 tires with mine between bikes and my cars. It paid for itself a long time ago.
  3. Still doing great and back to work at both jobs. Even cleared to teach snowboarding again. Will have to go back for some radiation at some point to get rid of the last of the tumor in the bone. That's acceptable
  4. Those are great. They have a place for everything. I've been looking into roof top tents to mount on my trailer. Kind of like this. http://www.expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/23624-Box-Rocket-Homemade-trailer-build/page20
  5. Here's a picture from yesterday. https://scontent-a-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xap1/v/t1.0-9/p180x540/10940450_10155120660995112_26102662229065899_n.jpg?oh=9f698a1f417426e1dcb2f9d51bda0104&oe=556CA2FA
  6. My surgery was postponed until Tuesday 1/13 and I made it home yesterday afternoon. My neurosurgeon told me the tumor they removed was benign but they couldn't get all of it out of the bone behind my eye. Its non-cancerous for now but it could change if left there so in 3 months I will get another CT scan and then some radiation therapy to treat what is left in the bone. I have three titanium plates holding the chunk of skull in place that they removed to get to my brain. Most of the left side of my face is numb but it should come back after some time.
  7. It's not very high risk even though they have to remove a part of my skull for a little while to get to the tumor. Surgery should only last 3 hours and I should be home in three days and back to work in two weeks. Most meningiomas are benign but of course they will check it for cancer.
  8. Thanks everyone. Yesterday was great. Today, not so much. Found out I need to have surgery next month to remove a meningioma behind my right eye. Oh well. Chicks dig scars
  9. Not yet. Hopefully by spring.
  10. spdrcr


    So sorry Todd. Our thoughts are with you and your family.
  11. I'm going to try to make it. I have one pink and one grey STLAR hoodies that my kids have outgrown. If anybody wants them for their kids let me know.
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