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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Plenty of non BJJ people post in here. Including me.

    But the techniques forums are predisposed to people who train with aliveness, full resistance, and pressure testing of one's skills in competition. If you do not do these things in your training, then you probably shouldn't post here.

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    Well, see, what you do is you just have irresistable, powdered-sugar coated balls.

    When the guy reaches for them, you hit him with the RO


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    It seems that the keyboard cowboys rule this domain... God forbid someone should remark about an obscure BJJ technique being weak due to it's unlikeliness in a combat situation. Yes I am a police officer, no I'm going to list all of the training I've had. This is more of a character assasination site than a discussion forum. I once read a thread about how it was better to kick a knife out of someone's hand rather than to restrain them..... if you can believe that, you probably fit right in. - farewell folks

    Last edited by Shuma-Gorath; 5/17/2006 2:28pm at .

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    Are all cops in your area such pussies about words on the Internet? Seriously, all I see is waaaaaaah. Get a grip, man.
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    Oh, where are you a police officer, mayberry?

    You PUT the guy in the lock

    Your critique is as dumb as saying "You can't put a guy in a RNC because he's not going to just tuck his head into your arm"

    I mean ****'s sack man

    You KNOW that if you grapple. You KNOW that if you're a cop. You jumped all over someone for posting a technique that's been done to you how many times? That you've performed how many times?

    And for ****'s sack (like sake but lower) if you're a fucking cop you've probably been through worse "character assasination" every single time you give somebody a ticket

    Cowboy the **** up


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    Actually, I read your intro post, you appear to be a blowhard. Never mind, recommence stomping off


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    Quote Originally Posted by Armed&Hammered
    It seems that the keyboard cowboys rule this domain... God forbid someone should remark about an obscure BJJ technique being weak due to it's unlikeliness in a combat situation. Yes I am a police officer, no I'm going to list all of the training I've had. This is more of a character assasination site than a discussion forum. I once read a thread about how it was better to kick a knife out of someone's hand rather than to restrain them..... if you can believe that, you probably fit right in. - farewell folks

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    Wow that guy's about to give himself the shocker ha ha - I am a blowhard, and this just proves what I said in my intro - fucking BJJ homos
    Last edited by Shuma-Gorath; 5/17/2006 2:35pm at .

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    I think we just got our new edward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armed&Hammered
    Wow that guy's about to give himself the shocker ha ha - I am a blowhard, and this just proves what I said in my intro - fucking BJJ homos
    So what's being a cop like?

    Did you have to pass a test or something?

    How do you get a job like that? I have always admired cops. How could I learn if I measure up?


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