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  • adacas
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    a good slice of humble pie. mmm I love pie.

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  • Ikuro
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    I'm a little older (24) and have been in my fair share of fights with opponent ages ranging from 8-40. I'll say this: Learn to prevent it, take some lessons, and go pick on people who can kick your ass. Sounds to me like you need to get a good beating so you can put things in perspective. If you met someone like me, or a couple of my colleagues (all of whom are easier to antagonize than me), you would have a broken arm within seconds.. Point is, avoid that situation; pointless and untrained fighting is just as dangerous to you..
    Sorry if I sound condescending.. I'm not trying to

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  • Bjjexpertise@be
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    I love it when kids think they are so tough and try to jump at every chance to fight with a guy then get his butt handed to him.

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  • IPON
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    Originally posted by HandtoHand
    Actually its a juvanile detention center. Where i live they are run by DYS (Department of Youth Services) not to be confused with the child abuse agency DSS (Department of Social Services).

    Yes, I understand that, but it may depend on if somone will be sentenced as a teen or an adult. And it will bdepend on the crime and the state you live intentional murder nuff said

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  • IPON
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    Originally posted by VanDaminator
    i think i'll continue to do it. It's their fault that they mess with me anyway so big deal if they get hurt!

    Dude, you should follow angels advice, the WWE moves may be cool, but these are BS school yard fights. If you seriously injure miam or kill someone YOU will be responsible meanin juvi or jail. Don't treat humn life so cheap, you can defend yourself without possiblility of murder

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  • Bjjexpertise@be
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    ok that must show how dumb you are because in my post i said i was 15. So you are pretty dumb. And if the other person did start it then they will take the most heat from it. I think i know it happened quite a few times.
    You write like my 11 year old sister.

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  • VanDaminator
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    ok that must show how dumb you are because in my post i said i was 15. So you are pretty dumb. And if the other person did start it then they will take the most heat from it. I think i know it happened quite a few times.

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  • Bjjexpertise@be
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    Holy shit dude. How old are you, four? It doesn't matter who started it first, It is just a matter of hurting him. If you hurt the guy you will get charges pressed, even if he started it. The reason is because you could've ran away instead of doing your magic lethal techniques.

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  • VanDaminator
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    i think i'll continue to do it. It's their fault that they mess with me anyway so big deal if they get hurt!

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  • Angel-of-Death
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    I have a couple tips..

    1.) It is very easy to accidently kill a person when putting a sleeper hold on them. People have died before due to this. Stop doing them altogether because obviously, judging by the contents of your post, it's painfully clear that you don't know what the hell your doing.

    2.) Stop watching Van Dam movies.

    3.) Go get some actual training before you truly try to fight someone good.

    keyword = GOOD

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  • VanDaminator
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    ok i'm NOT saying that i can beat up everyone in my school just because they don't know how to fight and i'm not saying that that is what i do all of the time but most kids ARE dumb and that is basically all that is needed to take them out of the fight. it works. Once you get a good sleeper on the person then you have control so bounce them around a bit.

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  • VanDaminator
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    ok i'm only 15 but i have had my share of school fights. I get into them all of the time and it's mostly the other people in my school starting stuff. Well i usually let them take the first shot so then i can have witnesses that they hit me first and they will get in the most trouble when we go to the office. then i just block there hits and only take clean shots that i know i'm going to hit. I don't usually go for the face to much i just go for the stomach because it will hurt at the moment but it usually doesn't leave permanent damage. That makes the person feel like crap because they just got nailed in the bread basket. Then if they are still going at it i might take a swing to their head to show them i mean buisness then put them in a sleeper hold and once they are in that position i bounce them off of any object close enough. Like the other day i had a kid in a sleeper in the hall and i just bounced him off of the lockers and the wall a few times and he just went limp and laid on the floor for a few minutes and then got up and left it at that. I dont go after people to hurt them but if they start with me then that's their fault!

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  • Bjjexpertise@be
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    well i am also 16, and to all of you out there not all of us are "hormonal wreaks" although many are.
    How sad, In denial already . j/k.
    Well, those "deadly" techniques you speak of will be hard for him to even pull it off considering he won't be able to practice them on anyone.

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  • Bjjexpertise@be
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    I'd just like to remind everyone that this is a school fight we are talking about, not a street fight. Although when you enter a school fight you think to yourself "there are no rules", but in reality there are. If you have been in a confrontation at school at least once you would know what i mean. You feel like you have to do anything you can to win but at the same time not hurting the guy, which is physically impossible unless you stop it with a joint lock or a choke or something of that sort.
    Ever entered a school fight and you're readyto kill the guy but you don't want to leave a mark at the same time? Those are actually rules but you just don't know it .

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  • EnlightenedOne
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    Exactly Quote"In street fighting there are no rules" Take advantage of that and you won't lose.

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