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    Quote Originally Posted by Larus marinus View Post
    Wristlock?

    Now your being silly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sainthamish View Post
    Now your being silly.
    Yeh, sorry.

    360 tornado kick? That way you can catch it if it jumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larus marinus View Post
    Yeh, sorry.

    360 tornado kick? That way you can catch it if it jumps.

    Ahhhhhh, the old 360 tornado kick. Yes, I believe that would work.

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    So all those years at the Nka will pay off, if attacked at night, in the middle of the road...sweet.

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    Triangle Choke?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcbal93 View Post
    Triangle Choke?
    No martial sports techniques plz. This is a serious thread about real-world self-defence.

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    Befriend some drop bears. I suggest buying them night vision goggles. Then get them to attack the roo for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindz View Post
    Befriend some drop bears. I suggest buying them night vision goggles. Then get them to attack the roo for you.

    Drop bears and hoop snakes working in conjunction can easily dispose of your average frustrated kangaroo.

    If this method isnt avaliable to you, may I suggest:


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    Quote Originally Posted by snakey12 View Post
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...r-assault.html

    Now that's gotta hurt.

    So I'm wondering if anyone has had a run in with a wild animal and come out on top?

    You should read your own article.

    Beat Ettlin, his partner Verity Beman and their nine-year-old daughter Beatrix hid under blankets as the two-metre high animal jumped on top of them and gouged holes and their furniture.
    Mr Ettlin eventually wrestled the thrashing animal and dragged it out of the house, saving his family from serious injury.

    So Gracie JiuJitsu or Greco-Roman.

    Also from the article

    "My initial thought when I was half awake was: it's a lunatic ninja coming through the window," he said at the time.

    If some crazy boojing Kangaroo came into my house, I would **** it up just out of principle. I would be dragging it out of my house.... in pieces ;)

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    Completely unrelated to Kangaroo's, I was working a construction job and I was posted in this remote area of the site where I had to take note of how much soil dump trucks were bringing in. I was often alone so I brought my Arnis sticks and worked my drills and conditioning.

    Once a Coyote came up to try and steal my lunch. After some flashy arnis stick drills, it ran with its tail between its legs.

    Arnis = 1
    Bitch Ass Coyote = 0

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