Posted On:11/22/2004 3:22pm
freind of mine was an early adopter of satellite TV, he put his disk on his back deck and the HOC made him take it down. He was so pissed he cut out an 18" circle of wood and mounted in place of the dish, daring them to do anything about it.
Seventh: If you think TKD doesn’t work, your right, until you get the side of you face smashed with a roundhouse kick. -- ronin69
It's just that I carry weapons and have no moral compass anymore. -- JKDChick
At least until the Wing Chun clown car arrives. --JKDC
Posted On:11/28/2004 12:49am
Style: whatever I can learn
Phrost, is this event going to be in the KC area?
Posted On:11/28/2004 12:54am
Phrost stop ruining my jokes.
Posted On:11/28/2004 7:49am
Here's the bestest design for a competition cage:
Sink each of (8) 4" diam. galv. steel posts into 3' deep by 18"diam. concrete footings, equally spaced apart, preferably on an old abaondoned asphalt parking lot. Each post should be approx. 5' tall.
String 4 strands of razorwire from post to post.
Litter the space inside of the cage with broken beer bottles, gravel, rusty tin cans and a few dog turds.
Hole in one.
Posted On:11/28/2004 12:39pm
Style: LongFist CMA
No offense to the guys who fight in cages, but, I never really got the attraction for it. Its seems to me to be an unnecessary device. Some homage to "ThunderDome", perhaps. Its just more drama.
If you are worried about fighters cutting themselves, use a ring.
Posted On:11/28/2004 12:50pm
The dangerous things about rings, especially in MMA, is that a fighter can fall back onto a rope and have a whiplash effect.
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