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Old 05-14-13, 10:58 PM
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Hopefully it will be for a little bit. Collarbones heal pretty quickly and although pain will be there-you could be back on the bike in a month.

In the mean time don't forget the rest of the body and you still have the other arm for important things like taking the "Liquid" self medication and little jobs around the house. One thing you can do that will be useful will be raking the lawn. It is almost as good as hoovering the carpet but us "Blokes" don't do that.

Spend the time recovering usefully and don't just sit around and go to seed.
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