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Old 05-01-2013, 01:56 AM   #1
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now offering,,,

gonna raffle off who gets to yank my next tooth!
I'll do it myself again,,if I have to, but I thought,,maybe someone in the family has a long lingering desire to practice machine shop dentistry,,ie: safety wire wrapped around the offending tooth,and attached to a large weighty object,,Your job is to use the inherent physics and a bit of personal grit to provide the inertial momentum to jank that bad tooth puppy out of my lower jaw!
Bids are now officially open!

beer, pot, money,whiskey, naked pics of yer Mom,,whattaya got? If you have ever wanted to jerk a tooth out of a person's head,,this is your chance!
Act now,,this tooth ain't gonna last long, judging from all the indicative behavior!
Yes,,fast motosickles or smokin hot cars can be involved,,no quads, horses, or wheelchairs!
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:03 AM   #2
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My Uncle Pecker (real name Pete, but everyone called him Pecker) pulled one of his teeth by tying fishing line to it and tied the other end of the line to a heavy kitchen door and then gave the door a good swing. Drank some whisky before and after but said it was better than a hurting tooth. You and him would have got along good, Peterman.
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:15 AM   #3
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My Uncle Pecker (real name Pete, but everyone called him Pecker) pulled one of his teeth by tying fishing line to it and tied the other end of the line to a heavy kitchen door and then gave the door a good swing. Drank some whisky before and after but said it was better than a hurting tooth. You and him would have got along good, Peterman.
Shit, that was our normal process when I was growing up. It was either that or dad's pliers, which usually resulted in other nicked teeth.

Regardless, sounds like a good excuse for a party. Be sure to Document it for Posterity!
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:34 AM   #4
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Cool2 your tooth

in another thread you said, 'if it is broke, take it to someone who does this for a living.'

I'm thinkin' that should apply to your rotten tooth, no?
come on...cough up the cash and get a DENTIST!

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Old 05-01-2013, 09:40 AM   #5
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:55 AM   #6
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i'm picturing fishing line and one of them thar adventure bikes doing a 3 sec 0-60 time
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:24 AM   #7
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i'm picturing fishing line and one of them thar adventure bikes doing a 3 sec 0-60 time
Maybe he could get this guy.



But, watch out for this guy.

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Old 05-01-2013, 11:47 AM   #8
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in another thread you said, 'if it is broke, take it to someone who does this for a living.'

I'm thinkin' that should apply to your rotten tooth, no?
come on...cough up the cash and get a DENTIST!

I would take her advice. I know the first worked out fine but with the amount of bacteria in the human mouth, the blood loss and then mixing the blood and bacteria right back into the circulatory system there could be some issues. From my understanding most could be real bad heart issues.

I would consider turning this around and have this done by a dentist, not an amateur. I know, Iím a party pooper but I almost lost my mom a few years ago to some unknown bacteria that set on top of her heart valves, she recovered with valve replacement but has never been the same.

Iím no dentist, and Iíve never played one on TV, but this just sounds like a job for a professional.
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Old 05-01-2013, 02:37 PM   #9
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I would take her advice. I know the first worked out fine but with the amount of bacteria in the human mouth, the blood loss and then mixing the blood and bacteria right back into the circulatory system there could be some issues. From my understanding most could be real bad heart issues.

I would consider turning this around and have this done by a dentist, not an amateur. I know, Iím a party pooper but I almost lost my mom a few years ago to some unknown bacteria that set on top of her heart valves, she recovered with valve replacement but has never been the same.

Iím no dentist, and Iíve never played one on TV, but this just sounds like a job for a professional.
Bah. Unknown bacteria comes from hospitals, not the mouth. Yank, spit blood, swish with whiskey, done.

(no disrespect to your mom)
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Old 05-01-2013, 03:22 PM   #10
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PIcture this....roots broken off below the gum line...in YOUR mouth.


Now the dental bill just go a whole lot worse and the situation a whole lot more urgent. Let the professionals do it.
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Old 05-01-2013, 03:44 PM   #11
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PIcture this....roots broken off below the gum line...in YOUR mouth.


Now the dental bill just go a whole lot worse and the situation a whole lot more urgent. Let the professionals do it.
Yeah that!...then again....

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Old 05-01-2013, 03:52 PM   #12
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Picture This

A Brunswick Black Beauty tied to a mans tooths and three or twelve blood worthy fans cheering for a complete and clean extraction.

Could be a mini series on the Dental Channel or Tosh 2.0
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Old 05-01-2013, 04:21 PM   #13
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wow,,never thought of a bowling ball,,and I just happen to have one nearby.
as to hiring a professional,,I AM A PROFESSIONAL!
hell, I profess all kinda shit, and as one tooth to another, this thing is so loose the next cheeseburger will take it out!,,and it isn't my first rodeo, this will pull as slick as shit thru a goose!
the last time I went to my dentist it cost me (eqiv.) a new set of tires for the KLR, and he broke off the root tip, left it in my jaw to be "reabsorbed",,not impressed with professionalism.
I still have all my teeth,,but now about half are in a little box,,,, in my desk drawer,,

[edit] I sure liked the lamborghini tho,,
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Old 05-01-2013, 08:36 PM   #14
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Machine shop extraction

1.) Large Starrett pin vise, clamped to the offending chomper, connected via an old KLR clutch cable to a T-slot on your mill table.

2.) Head restrained by tie-down strap to nearby heavy object approximately aligned with X-axis of aforementioned mill.

3.) Set power feed real, real slow - like ~ .020/minute.

4.) Wait for it - it'll happen!


Good luck with the toof, buddy. No further advice will be offered cuz' you won't listen anyway
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