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By fuckmeintheeyewitharing - / Sunday 3 July 2016 12:52 / United States
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Eye protection is usually mandatory when using power machinery especially and including buffing wheels. If OP was told this and failed to do so, it is probably the end of that job and for good reason. Sorry OP, this should be a learning lesson for you. Perhaps the owner/manager will be understanding of OP's mistake. Almost everyone who uses buffer wheels and small objects has had an accident like that - But most without the injury of course. It's part of learning to use the tool properly. But t

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Eye protection is usually mandatory when using power machinery especially and including buffing wheels. If OP was told this and failed to do so, it is probably the end of that job and for good reason. Sorry OP, this should be a learning lesson for you. Perhaps the owner/manager will be understanding of OP's mistake. Almost everyone who uses buffer wheels and small objects has had an accident like that - But most without the injury of course. It's part of learning to use the tool properly. But t

Next time embrace your fate and replace your eye with a sparkly jewel. You will become a formidable and famous pirate known as Tiger's Eye.

I demand a follow-up! There are too many questions raised & left unanswered. Are you now a 1-eyed, eye-patch wearing person? Are there little diamond splinters lodged in there? Will you need a seeing-eye guide dog? What would you have named the ring if the incident hadn't happened? So many questions!

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