1/29/2012 10:05am, #11
I know how to fight on the ground and know how to fall (thus I would've won in the end). But he didn't take me down, I slipped. So snow > me.
1/29/2012 11:08am, #12
1/29/2012 12:13pm, #13
- Join Date
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I think we're all ignoring the real problem for us, and that's when it's icy with used AIDs needles on the ground and lava.
That said, glad you didn't get hurt and you were able to take control of the situation bro.
1/29/2012 2:19pm, #14
1/29/2012 2:32pm, #15
1/30/2012 6:32am, #16
1/30/2012 6:46am, #17
Ice > Boots. You can only get so much grip...there is a point where it doesn't work anymore ;)
1/30/2012 7:28am, #18
1/30/2012 7:49am, #19
Hehe, had to read it twice to understand what you changed. Damn, it's Monday and I'm slow today (let's see how that works out in BJJ later)...
1/30/2012 8:07am, #20
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- Oct 2005
So in the end, the kids learned a valuable lesson about talking to strangers?
Kinda related, break falls are also dangerous on ice. I once slipped and fell while taking out the garbage in winter and performed a flawless break fall. The slap portion of the fall broke the ice and cut my hand up so bad I had to get stitches. I no longer slap when I fall."a martial art that has no rules is nothing but violence" - Kenji Tomiki