I just got home form the hospital... got a nice ride in an ambulance at 4:00 this afternoon. We have this go-cart that my wife's father bought before he passed away and for some reason, it lives in our garage now. My 14-year old loves the thing. It has independent suspension big tires, roll bar, seat belts, etc... Well... this afternoon my son wants me to drive it... as we are going down the street he says "turn it as hard as you can." I did... It flipped... my left arm went under the roll bar and was the primary support for all the weight as it slid sideways down the shoulder of the road.. Things I learned today: 1. Those neck braces and backboards they tie you to before they wheel you into the ambulance are very claustrophobic... 2. One should not go 30 mph in a go cart and turn it as hard as you can 3. Go cart seat belts should be quick release and not like ones in cars because when you are halfway pinned under the side of a heavy go cart, you can't hit the little red release button to get out... so you have to wait in a lot of pain pinned down until someone comes and helps or the go cart catches fire and kills you. 4. Go carts roll over easy 5. Dislocating a shoulder that has already had rotator cuff surgery complete with pins and screws and a rod in the arm hurts really bad when being twisted off your body 6. Morphine is a good party drug 7. Even with morphine, it's still possible to cry for 4 hours. So my left arm is now all messed up... I think you all should come wash my boat now on a weekly basis since I'm laid up. Pain killers are good.