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  • #31
    So should I quit at my RBSD mcdojo and sign up at an MMA mcdojo?

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    • #32
      Originally posted by jubaji View Post
      I'll let you know when I'm done with the thread, thanks.
      lol c'mon guys, are we all 5 years old here or what? Its easy to be an internet hard-ass but you just end up looking like a d1ck.
      Last edited by Tant01; 10-27-2010, 06:19 PM. Reason: URL Deleted by moderator

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      • #33
        ^hahaha E-thugs.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by GQchris View Post
          So should I quit at my RBSD mcdojo and sign up at an MMA mcdojo?
          You should do whatever you want.

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          • #35
            Uke made the point the training specific routines of sport arts will fail in the streets and he's right. Jubaji made the point that so called RBSD would leave one sadly delusional about REAL world violence. He is also right.

            A typical gang banger packing a little .25 or .38 cal would leave holes in both approaches.

            How about we cut out the fighting over who's crayons we're coloring with for a change?

            And TY KOTF for another potentially great topic! Press on!

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            • #36
              Originally posted by kingoftheforest View Post
              Oh yeah lots of girls I know get off on watching oiled up guys hug each other on the ground.

              NOT!!!

              I get off watching oiled up girls hug each other on the ground? I bet some of the girls you know might dig it even if they didn't admit it on a public forum? LOL

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              • #37
                RE: "you never know" Look up "depraved indifference" and see what the LAW has to counter your "self defense" DEFENSE in a case involving real violence. I'm sure shooting a simple warning shot will get you charged with ADW or attempted murder? Your word or your victim's word and who you tell it to might be all they need to lock your ass away for the next 20 years...

                Don't be afraid to protect your life. Better to be alive than dead, don't you think?

                YOU decide now or not?

                It seems easy to me. No one will harm others in my presence.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Tant01 View Post
                  RE: "you never know" Look up "depraved indifference" and see what the LAW has to counter your "self defense" DEFENSE in a case involving real violence. I'm sure shooting a simple warning shot will get you charged with ADW or attempted murder? Your word or your victim's word and who you tell it to might be all they need to lock your ass away for the next 20 years...

                  Don't be afraid to protect your life. Better to be alive than dead, don't you think?

                  YOU decide now or not?

                  It seems easy to me. No one will harm others in my presence.

                  Forget going to jail for discharging a fire arm in a residential area. If your willing to carry and weapon, and willing to pull it out and fire it. You better have a good god damn reason for it. Warning shots will sometimes get you shot.

                  Just like brandishing a knife can sometimes deescalate a fight it can also up the ante and the assailant could bring a weapon to bare on you.

                  Not being willing to use what you've learned or what you have can get you killed.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by GQchris View Post
                    So should I quit at my RBSD mcdojo and sign up at an MMA mcdojo?
                    Take into account what you want out of what you do. Think about the type of environment you'd most likely be inclined to be engaged in a confrontation.

                    Think about the fact that the assailant might be armed. Remember that what you are wearing in a fight is a factor.
                    But over all, only you can decide what you think is effective.

                    Check out youtube and the news, do a little research on what an attack looks like. How it goes down, then decide what you think would best assist you in those situations.

                    Go about it critically and understand that lose of life does happen during crimes. It's not dramatic, it's a fact.
                    Decide for yourself how important this factor is.

                    Ultimately you have in your hands the resources to study a subject and make an educated decision on what will work best for you.
                    Avoidance and awareness of course are key essentials to staying safe.

                    Just don't stagnate your tool box, always add new things and continue to grow your resources and options.

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                    • #40
                      thats why you should carry a gun

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by 7r14ngL3Ch0k3 View Post
                        thats why you should carry a gun
                        Wow that was very uneducated.

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                        • #42
                          You may consider wearing Kevlar® or personal body armor! Using a firearm is a last resort for the most threatening scenarios! I have personally disarmed three individuals with a gun and intent and I still have nightmares about the things that could have been...

                          On the other hand disarming idiots with a blade has nearly always left me bleeding....

                          some folks swear distance is your friend but for me I'd rather be close enough to stick to them like glue. (even if I do lose some sleep, at least I'm alive, eh?) LOL

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