10-19-2006, 01:23 PM #191
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Maybe they haven't seen an Autozone for him to rush into?
Originally Posted by myrosiedog;2108753;
10-19-2006, 06:30 PM #192
When it happened, Peter said "unfortunately, this is one thing I can't fix" so I guess we'll have to believe him. Even if they replaced the hydraulic fluid, it would just leak out again. She said it was leaking pretty fast. Duct tape for all its merits would certainly affect her range of motion which would defeat the purpose.
I'm sure that TAR told them before they were selected that her handicap would not be given special consideration during the race - and rightly so.
10-19-2006, 06:43 PM #193
That's all folks!
Yeah, but if someone injured their ankle and say needed stitches, don't you think they would sew them up? Why should they not be allowed to repair an injured extremity?
Originally Posted by dberk;2109278;
10-19-2006, 06:56 PM #194
Someone earlier mentioned the medical attention rule. I don't think repairs are possible. I think it needs to be replaced completely or at least needs replacement parts that they can't afford during the race.
Originally Posted by Unklescott;2109287;
Despite the fact that they have done so well in the race so far, I don't think this was a smart decision for her. If the TAR rule is still in affect about the number of challenges each team member can do, they are in big trouble, since Peter has already grabbed all of the easy ones. (arrow shooting, flower selling, driving test, eyeball eating- what did I miss?)
10-20-2006, 07:43 AM #195
"unfortunatly, this is one thing i cant fix"
a phrase that will soon be appiled to your realtionship with sara, if she has the brains to dump you.
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