Then vs. Now Differences

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  1. WaterGal

    WaterGal Master of Arts

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    I mean they don't use used X-ray paper. It's a blank plastic sheet, it doesn't have someone's broken arm on it lol.
     
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    It'd be more fun it if did.
     
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  3. dvcochran

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    The ones we used back in the 80's were used. No identifying marks of course but I do remember seeing so gruesome breaks.
     
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    Why not? What’s the difference? Used ones are free.

    I think X-ray film is going to be more scarce. Most are on CD now. Actually, most are emailed nowadays. You have to request physical copies.
     
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    AND would be demonstrating the devastating effectiveness of the technique!
     
  6. gpseymour

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    Best if you (the holder) can develop some good sleight-of-hand, replacing a clean (unbroken) x-ray with a broken one when they hit well.
     
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