So, earlier today these crazy thunderstorms hit out of nowhere, it was like one minute the sky was clear and the next the clouds rolled in and all hell broke loose. For some reason, I went out side and decided I was going to take some video of it. So, I'm trying to stay under the eves of the house so I wont get too wet, and I brushed up against a window AC unit and BAM - all I really remember was seeing my camera go flying through the air in what looked like slow motion, it hit the ground in a puddle of water and the batteries and SD card go exploding out of it, that and the pain that shot through my right arm, up into my neck and then all the way down my left side. It's funny, because I all I kept thinking was, "I've got to get my camera." I went to reach for it and my right arm just started shaking like I had Parkinson's, I tried to step forward but it was like I was momentarily paralyzed and all I could do was watch helplessly as the heavy rain poured into my camera's battery compartment. Finally, I grabbed it and went into the house, I then realized I felt like crap. My entire right arm was sore, the same kind of feeling you get the day after working out. My right hand was tingling and my right leg felt numb, there was a pain all the way up my shoulder and into my neck, it also hurt on my chest on the right side, just where my pectoral muscle meets my armpit. I laid down on the couch and got a throbbing headache, I laid there for almost an hour, my wife kept asking me if I needed to go to the hospital. I feel a bit better now (this was about two hours ago) but I'm still sore in my arm and shoulder and my knuckles on my right hand really hurt, plus my foot is still kind of numb. I tried to see if my camera still worked, but it just turns on and the LCD is white with little black lines in it. On top of that, there are branches all over the yard, some of them quite large, it looks like a few narrowly missed the front windshield of my wife's minivan. Best I can figure, the AC unit was wet, I was standing in water, and electricity did the rest. I feel like I need a nap right about now.