No that wasn't bone, just the way the light was reflecting off of the pooling blood. I tride to rinse, blot and photograph to show how deep it was, but the bleeding wouldn't slow until I closed the wound and applied some serious pressure. Sharp knife left a clean cut that healed without stitches.The Mastiff wrote:Landon, is that bone I see in that picture?
*Landon*sal wrote: .... even today, we design a knife from the edge out!
You worked at Pup N' Taco? You sir have worked for God, and for that I bow to you! The best chili cheese dogs on the planet. I was bummed when they disappeared here in Los Angeles.akapennypincher wrote:My worst Cut was from the blade on a machine we use to slice pastrami on a PUP N Taco, that has long gone from the face of the earth, as ll the Pup N Taco were purchased, and made into TACO BELLS.
When I was hired I was warned not to lower the BLADE GUARD for any reason, but one night I was cleaning the MO CHINE, and there was debris, I lowered the guard to clean the debris off the blade, touching the blade with my pinky, and was in the ER getting stitched up for my misadventure. The cut was clean, deep, and took like 30 stiches to close.
The finger still has a scar 40 Plus years later, and I recall those wonderful Pastrami Sandwiches we had for under a buck in the late 60's
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