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  1. Baator-Steel is offline

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    2/09/2006 7:13am


     Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu / JJJ

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    Glass bottle breaking

    Ok I admit I like pulling off tricks like breaking coconuts and bricks and junk.
    I always tell them its all physics or a trick though. I ran across this little demo clip online and thought it was worth showing. Its BS yes but still looks pretty neat.

    http://mkmartialarts.com/videos/2004_bottles.mpg

    I couldnt manage the open hand one not sure why. I think I just wasnt making a good seal on the top of the bottle. The elbow break was pretty easy for me to do.
    This is a pretty neat trick to do around your drinking buddies.

    This link tells a bit more about how to pull this trick off.

    http://www.astoundingsecrets.com/strong.htm
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    2/09/2006 7:46am


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    I learned how to do that from some frat boys. I always laugh when 'marital artists' do tricks that I learned from a couple of guys who had no skills but bong fu.
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    2/09/2006 8:56am


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    That's cool but this is even cooler:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/scottmil...ce_experiment/

    There's a video on the page showing what happens when you drop chewy mints into a bottle of pop.

    This thread should probably be in General BS
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    2/09/2006 9:59am


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    Hang on though that method of smashing the bottom of the bottle out in the vids is probably a safer way of arming yourself with a broken bottle than slamming it against a table and ending up with a shredded hand.
  5. Baator-Steel is offline

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    2/09/2006 10:19am


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance
    Hang on though that method of smashing the bottom of the bottle out in the vids is probably a safer way of arming yourself with a broken bottle than slamming it against a table and ending up with a shredded hand.

    No not really most of the time just the bottem pops off and its not really jagged and sharp.
    Id never try to use a bottle in a bar fight. It be much easier to just choke them out. Besides once you do something like that its pretty iffy legaly and the guy your fighting justfiable so would be in danger for his life and open to use deadly force on you. Its best to just not be involved in a bar fight at all. They are usually pretty stupid and a good way to get shot, knifed, or hurt badly. Least thats how it is at "The Hillbilly Palace" down here.

    Im a beliver in fight only when you absolutley have too. Its way diffrent than when in a mma event or in Ju Jitsu class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baator-Steel
    No not really most of the time just the bottem pops off and its not really jagged and sharp.
    Id never try to use a bottle in a bar fight. It be much easier to just choke them out. Besides once you do something like that its pretty iffy legaly and the guy your fighting justfiable so would be in danger for his life and open to use deadly force on you. Its best to just not be involved in a bar fight at all. They are usually pretty stupid and a good way to get shot, knifed, or hurt badly. Least thats how it is at "The Hillbilly Palace" down here.

    Im a beliver in fight only when you absolutley have too. Its way diffrent than when in a mma event or in Ju Jitsu class.


    I totally agree, it would look good in a film though.
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    I learned that back in the Corps, fun stuff. I saw a guy do it in sandals once, that was a bad idea.
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    2/09/2006 11:21am


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance

    I totally agree, it would look good in a film though.
    Ha ha that it would!
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    Yeah fun trick. If you are smart you can put a big bucket underneth to catch the glass and water.

    Makes a great party trick. Need something to do with those empty bottels
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    2/09/2006 1:10pm


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    Except that when the frat boys do it they don't yell kiaaaah, don't get all tense, and don't think they are doing something mystical.
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