A few years ago, when I was an athlete, I didn’t think about the damage it could do to your knees, but now I do.
You can get hit in the face with a baseball, hit by an errant foul ball or hit by stray foul balls, so there’s always some risk.
The injury is the same, though.
The more you hit the ball, the more likely it is to land on your chin.
The damage is just a little more severe than if you just walked up to a ball and hit it in the dirt.
The first time I got hit by one, it wasn’t an erring foul ball.
The ball wasn’t a foul ball, it was a hard foul ball that went right through me.
It was a soft foul ball and bounced off my chin.
That’s not an uncommon occurrence, but I think it’s a lot more common than I thought.
When you’re a player, you are the one who’s injured, not the player’s defender.
When a defender hits you, it’s usually because they’re trying to stop the ball.
If you’re hit by the ball in a situation like that, it makes it harder for the defender to protect you.
When it hits you in the eye, it leaves a black mark that looks like a black spot on your retina.
The mark makes it hard for you to see and it’s hard to see the ball when you’re trying not to blink.
I don’t have the vision of a paraplegic or a paraprofessional.
If I’m hit by that ball, I’ll have a bad headache, and I won’t know what to do.
I’ll think, “What do I do now?” and I’ll be like, “I don’t know.”
When I’m in the game, I’m the one hitting the ball and I’m looking for a defensive play.
So when a defender comes up to me and says, “Throw the ball back,” it doesn’t mean anything to me.
If they tell me to throw it back, I will.
I know how to do it and I have the discipline to do so.
If the ball bounces off of me and hits my chin, I know that I’ll get a concussion.
The concussion happens the same way, the same as when I’m injured.
It’s the same thing that happens to an errier.
When the ball hits you and you look up and see your chin, the concussion will happen immediately.
If it’s an errer, the ball will probably bounce off your chin and be deflected and bounce back, and it won’t even hurt.
But the concussion is going to happen sooner and the longer it lasts.
So the first time it hits my head, I get hit with it in my helmet.
The second time, it hits the back of my head and it knocks me out.
So there’s no warning.
If a player hits a player and they don’t get hit, they’re going to get a foul call because they hit a defender.
So if you don’t hit the defender and the ball gets hit in your helmet, you get a fine.
But if a defender catches it, they can take the ball off of you and throw it to the scorer.
So it doesn’ take much for the ball to go over the top of you.
And if you do get hit and the player doesn’t make a play on the ball or you do make a pass, the foul can come.
The player who catches it is going have to try to get up and then run to the other side of the field to try and get back to the locker room.
If he doesn’t, the other player is going take his helmet off.
The referees have a different set of rules for this.
The game doesn’t start when a foul is called.
It starts when the foul is made.
When they see a foul, they call it.
When I hit the head and hit my chin in the fall, I hit it like a soft ball and the game started.
It didn’t start until the next morning.
When that happened, the first thing I thought was, “My brain hurts.”
So the next day I was going to go to the doctor to get checked out.
But I was already there.
I had a concussion and I was in a wheelchair.
I was still in the hospital.
I didn’ know what was going on.
I told them, “This is really messed up.”
The doctor said, “It’s not messed up.
You’ve just been hit by something.”
I said, [I’m] going to have to do something.
So I told him I would do a lot of stretching.
And then he checked me out and said, I thought you might have concussion symptoms.
So he checked out my eyes.
He saw something in my eyes and thought, “Oh, I can’t see what’s going on.”
So I started doing some walking