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    Deputies:Sword-wielding suspect tries to rob 3 men

  • #2
    Originally posted by kingoftheforest View Post
    Two things.

    First, this site used to be littered with idiots who said that shit like this COULDN'T happen in modern times. Some of them still post here while other just lurk. They are in constant denial that crimes like these do happen EVERY DAY. Some just don't make the news.

    Second, when I read that the attacker was in FL AND had a sword, I thought it might have been Boar. Then when I saw he demanded cash and drugs and not just cheat codes for Travian, I ruled it out and let it go.

    Those were the days ..

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    • #3
      I wonder how many RBSD 'schools' cover a sword-weilding attacker in their role plays?

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      • #4
        Imma ask you nicely to keep it civil or go away from this thread.

        Thanks.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Uke View Post
          Two things.

          First, this site used to be littered with idiots who said that shit like this COULDN'T happen in modern times. Some of them still post here while other just lurk. They are in constant denial that crimes like these do happen EVERY DAY. Some just don't make the news.

          Second, when I read that the attacker was in FL AND had a sword, I thought it might have been Boar. Then when I saw he demanded cash and drugs and not just cheat codes for Travian, I ruled it out and let it go.

          Those were the days ..
          A weapon is a weapon. If you train right then you understand that a stick a kinfe a flashlight or a sword. Are all going to use the same basic mechanics for violence.


          So if you study basic mechanics of a stick, then the only difference is length and whether or not it's sharp. If the attacker is using them properly you'd not want to be struck by either.

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          • #6
            So a short knife is the same as a sword is the same as a stick?!

            .....


            Are you one of those types who thinks training with a knife (good idea) makes you a champion boxer when you don't have the knife in your hand? I hope not.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by kingoftheforest View Post
              Imma ask you nicely to keep it civil or go away from this thread.

              Thanks.

              I'll let you know when I'm done with the thread, thanks.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by jubaji View Post
                So a short knife is the same as a sword is the same as a stick?!

                .....


                Are you one of those types who thinks training with a knife (good idea) makes you a champion boxer when you don't have the knife in your hand? I hope not.
                WTF is that second part???

                You have to know how to use your empty hand before you can put something in it.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jubaji View Post
                  I'll let you know when I'm done with the thread, thanks.
                  That's right I forgot you run the forum from the shadows. Sumimasen Baka.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jubaji View Post
                    Are you one of those types who thinks training with a knife (good idea) makes you a champion boxer when you don't have the knife in your hand? I hope not.
                    A better question would be are you one of those types that thinks that because you've tackled men before that its safe to tackle men with knives? Cause that's your M.O., jubidoo.

                    Yet another question would be what skills does a wrestler gain through practicing ONLY wrestling that would equip him to deal with ANY kind of violence without having to tackle or clinch it?

                    What skills does a kickboxer gain through practicing ONLY kickboxing that would equip him to deal with ANY kind of violence without having to kickbox it?

                    What skills does a BJJ player gain through practicing ONLY BJJ that would equip him to deal with ANY kind of violence without having to ground grapple it?

                    The answers are self evident, but you and people like you here seem to believe that learning and doing a specific thing makes it more than it is simply because you worked hard at it. You fancy ideas like hammers being screwdrivers and wrenches being crowbars but in the end, the extent of your ability is suplexing a man who had already produced a knife ... a move even you say was stupid ... yet its all you had because with all your love of so-called adapting to situations ... all you could do was pretend that the knife wasn't there in order to go forward and execute a basic high school sport move that was NEVER designed to keep you safe when dealing with violence. It was meant to be used when dealing with ONE other guy who is using the SAME moves.

                    So like I asked, what else does one get out of wrestling but wrestling?

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                    • #11
                      LOL evidently the criminal was incompetent and not much of a "threat".... His only saving grace is that he's managed to elude capture! Maybe he IS a frickin' ninja? A shitty ninja? But it's "News" somewhere, eh? The last idiot I saw with a sword got hosed (by a water cannon) after he got paint balls with OC and tear gas...

                      Thank the cops for keeping our streets safe for us defenseless civilians, right... (???) LMAO

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by kingoftheforest View Post
                        That's right I forgot you run the forum from the shadows. Sumimasen Baka.

                        Really? That's good to know. Good luck with your new dictionary, btw...

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by kingoftheforest View Post
                          WTF is that second part???

                          You have to know how to use your empty hand before you can put something in it.

                          So, someone who has 'trained' at a rbsd place for a few months is as good with his hands as an accomplished boxer?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Uke View Post
                            A better question would be are you one of those types that thinks that because you've tackled men before that its safe to tackle men with knives? Cause that's your M.O., jubidoo.

                            Have you been reduced to bold-faced lies yet again, little bitch?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Uke View Post
                              Yet another question would be what skills does a wrestler gain through practicing ONLY wrestling that would equip him to deal with ANY kind of violence without having to tackle or clinch it?

                              What skills does a kickboxer gain through practicing ONLY kickboxing that would equip him to deal with ANY kind of violence without having to kickbox it?

                              What skills does a BJJ player gain through practicing ONLY BJJ that would equip him to deal with ANY kind of violence without having to ground grapple it?

                              Take a person with years of experience in any of those vs someone who has 'trained' at a rbsd place for a few months. Which do you think more likely to have had significant personal experience with violent situations on the street?

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