No, no. Up under the ribcage.That way you don't have to worry about deflection or getting stuck on a rib.
mmmm ribs.... now I'm hungry.
u r sick MFs
Ja. I was gonna say "through his sternum", but...
Apparently pruning shears are all but designed for the job, too.Jim
GOOOD one... and yeah, it's up under so the knife doesn't turn! :-)WV bredi Almost a Breda?
You know, I never need a reminder why I keep readin y'all's blogs.
Actually, it's between the 4th and 6th intercostal spaces.
That brought a smile to my face after an awful day of Jury Duty...ThanksTHOToftheJURY
Not only Valentine's Day, but my 1st wedding anniversary.
You can go under the ribs, but it's a messy job.
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Rabbit said: "Actually, it's between the 4th and 6th intercostal spaces."Don't forget to turn the blade to horizontal...
My wife, the Critical Care nurse, loved this.
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