Thread: Stances of Disaster.
3/06/2006 11:10pm, #421
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- Jan 2006
look at the hungry look in his eyes..
hes picturing the guy in the red shirt medium rare, with apple sauce...
3/07/2006 7:31am, #422
3/07/2006 9:20am, #423Originally Posted by KintamaJesus loves you. I think you're an asshole.
3/07/2006 9:21am, #424Originally Posted by VirusJesus loves you. I think you're an asshole.
3/07/2006 9:26am, #425Originally Posted by Grashnak
3/07/2006 11:10pm, #426
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FatBoy with sword
Last edited by MSUTKD; 3/07/2006 11:14pm at .
3/08/2006 8:21am, #427Originally Posted by GrashnakOriginally Posted by Canuckyokushin
3/08/2006 8:52am, #428Originally Posted by Honey Badger
The stupid part of this is the guy holding the lock has a clear line to run away. If there ever was an historical purpose for this maneuver, this one was probably originally meant for military personal to escape captivity. I'll put money on the fact they're learning it like it's "self defense." If that's true, IT IS NOT SELF DEFENSE! In a civilian setting, they're teaching people how to become fugitives.
3/08/2006 10:32pm, #429
It's the way the body falls - when the "locked" elbow is in that position it's difficult to get the knife arm across your own body to do any damage. Try it with a partner. I do agree that it's a shitty idea for the situation presented in the pic.Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
3/08/2006 10:51pm, #430Originally Posted by Honey Badger
I call bullshido. In that picture and in that situation, you aren't even controlling the elbow of the locked side. All the guy has to do is spin and now you've pissed him off. He might be down, but he's now slicing your achilles and you royally fucked your only real escape.
And why is it that you've allow him to restrain you with your arms behind your back in the first place and it just so happens he's holding you in a handcuffed come-along in preparartion to cuff the other hand? And why would he be holding a knife then (and cuffing you standing), anyway? :rolleyes: And, if he grabbed your right wrist while facing you holding a knife, he's an idiot, but you're an even bigger uber-idiot for spinning away from the uncontrolled knife hand to get him into that position.
The response is not the shitty idea. The entire scenario is a LARP fantasy cesspool.
Last edited by Tom Kagan; 3/08/2006 10:54pm at .