Posted On:10/15/2009 10:16pm
I think you are used to me busting your balls. I only disagree with the statistics, pretty much everything else we agree on.
The hood mentality is crippling disease, that attacks your nervous system. It makes you nervous of the system. Gangsters and hood rats are especially susceptible to this growth stunting mentality. The hood is where I'm from, but it's not what I am. The hood is where I'm from, but it's not what I am. --Keith David--Ice Cube
All I got is genes and chromosomes
Consider me Black to the bone
All I want is peace and love
On this planet (Ain't that how God planned it?) --P.E.
Pulling mount since '09
Posted On:10/15/2009 10:22pm
Style: jits da variedade brasile
Originally Posted by Lights Out
But the most important thing about this vid is how many times we heard about how unadvisable is going to the ground because -not to mention glass and lava- a bunch of the crook's buddies would appear from nowhere to stomp on you?
Well, it seems it now works the other way around (but you have to be a purple belt at least to effectively pull the buddyplata).
BJJ wins again!!!
Nice GnP, BTW.
No, that principle does not change.
The simple fact is I counted about 5 skater kids vs 2 gang bangers. Going to the ground worked great, because it took away their mobility, and it let the other kids gang up and beat the piss out of both of them. If the reverse were true and there were more gangster fuckwits, the skater kids would have been fucked if they'd gone to the ground. This fight highlights exactly why that mantra has held true.
Posted On:10/15/2009 11:29pm
YouTube - L.A. Gangs
Posted On:10/16/2009 12:34am
"You think they scare me? I'm from Los Angeles, man. We invented gangs!"
Posted On:10/16/2009 2:39am
Style: Muay Thai, Boxing, nogiJJ
Like the good coach, I too have been in a situation where a gun was pulled out on me, by a cholo who of course had his group of friends behind him. At the end of the ordeal I just went along with his stupid pride bullshit and we came out without a scratch (though he had broken my windshield earlier, but paying $160>most other possible outcomes). The thing that got me through was not messing with them and complying with their dumbass conventions of cholo pride.
If the opportunity had presented itself and I wasn’t outnumbered (of the 3 other people I was with, 1 was trained in Muay Thai, but one other was this guy whose body is messed up from being a former cholo and football player and another was this girl who has no fighting experience) I might have attacked. But given the circumstances I did what I had to.
My point? The best reaction depends on the circumstance of a situation. For me, it was
advantageous to be compliant. For the guy in the video, maybe it wasn’t.
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