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The BJJ sticker on my car won a fight yesterday

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  • Bluto Blutarsky
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    dude, I don't think they pulled away because of your sticker, I think they pulled away becasue they saw a lunatic with a knife in your back seat glaring menacingly at them.

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  • Snake Plissken
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    Originally posted by devil
    What is your sticker's favorite takedown?
    I don't know but rumor has it there is an AMC Pacer driving around the mean streets of Boulder with a "My Honor Student Can Sub Your Three-Stripe White Belt" sticker.

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  • Devil
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    What is your sticker's favorite takedown?

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  • JingMerchant!
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    Originally posted by tom.f
    I was threatened once by a guy who said that he knew Judo. I asked him if that was a type of Israeli bread. That irritated him.
    HAH!
    Must remember that one!!!

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  • KO'd N DOA
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    Imagine your Impreza at a demolition derby? Tested on the street, and in the ring.

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  • UpaLumpa
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    Originally posted by Vieux Normand
    He said the teachers would probably thank me for letting them know because a few guys can do the jekyll-and-hyde thing: behave really well in the club and then be totally different outside of it. If these guys were training anywhere, he said, and were willing to try their 'moves' on somebody my size, then they might be even more likely to try and intimidate a smaller person, and someone could get hurt. Their teachers, if informed before things got this far, could either correct the situation (the man smiled when he said this) or just kick the jerks out of the club entirely, before their behaviour ended up affecting the gym in some way.

    My coach would just laugh and ask if we had his business cards handy to pass out to anyone that witnessed a fight. Then again our guys win fights.

    God I live in a stupid city.

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  • Tom .C
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    I was threatened once by a guy who said that he knew Judo. I asked him if that was a type of Israeli bread. That irritated him. Before things escalated, my pool shooting buddy told him that I taught Judo. For the next hour, instead of playing pool, I had to listen to him talk martial arts. It would have been better to have choked him out than listen to him but at least I got to drink some beer. Moral of the story, pretend to be frightened and maybe they will show mercy and leave you alone. To avoid long boring conversations, never tell anyone you train at anything (unless you are in a dojo somewhere).

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  • Valiss
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    Originally posted by Squerlli
    You just subbed somebody from your CAR while a good 10 feet AWAY from them. WITH OUT ACTUALLY TOUCHING THEM!

    Someone deserves a promotion for this.
    This has got to be some kind of record. Excellent story!

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  • cyrijl
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    It;s just not worth it anymore to get into a confrontation

    Just the hat, but it was backwards and he had the hunched over, ima tough guy strut...

    I believe if you're gonna wear shit like that, you should always be smiling. Pretty much none of my clothing has labels or advertisements on it...so that is part of the thing too.
    Last edited by cyrijl; 4/30/2008 1:59pm, .

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  • Kentucky Fried Chokin
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    Originally posted by cyrijl
    He had a hoodie on and one of those chain wallet things...he looked like he was trying to be tough...it wasn't so much the hat as the ensemble.
    Was everything Team Punishment, or just the hat? And who the hell still wears chain wallets?

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  • BudoMonkey
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    Here's the opposite: In middle school, I had cool patches all over my backpack. Mostly punk rock bands- Nofx, The Sex Pistols, the ramones, rancid, the buzzcocks, etc., except for one, which read: Black belt club. At this point I wasn't a black belt, but I'd be training in shotokan karate for 5 years or so , and boxing on the side. Anyways, it was like the third day of school, and this kid Tommy decided to pick a fight with me specifically because of my 'black belt club' patch.This was a regrettable decision. To his credit, I was new to the school, so he had no reason to know what he was getting into.
    When I walked out of the class, he came at me, surrounded by all the kids from the class and started running his mouth some more. I interrupted him, told him to quit being such a nancy boy and get on with it. He swung and missed, and I grabbed him and slammed his head into the wall next to me. Repeatedly. Then, when he slumped to the ground, I pulled his pants down around his ankles, leaving him there cowering in his tighty whities. It was frickin awesome.

    Unrelated: the other day I went to target and parked outside was a minivan that had one of those stuffed animals with suction cup hands hanging in the window. It was Patrick Star, from spongebob, wearing a gi with a brazilian flag on it. Bad-ass, right? It would be hilarious if someone got pissed off and started chasing him, and then decided to back off because of the mean-looking patrick.

    It used to be that if some guy was following my like that, I would stop my car, get out, and tear ass after him. But now they passed a law in florida that EVERYONE can carry guns in their cars, to and from work, and I have a family to protect. So my balls, good sirs, have gone right out the window. Good move driving around and not getting into a confrontaiton.

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  • cyrijl
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    He had a hoodie on and one of those chain wallet things...he looked like he was trying to be tough...it wasn't so much the hat as the ensemble.

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  • E-Van
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    Originally posted by Vieux Normand
    My jaw-gaping woman experience was a tattoo artist named India. Has full-sleeve inkwork (among other tats) and definitely works out. Did my last two tats as well. Gotta go to Toronto more often.

    BJJ: so far, every idiot I've thrown out of a bar, who has claimed BJJ training, has ended up face-planted on a support-beam or table-corner--and then just tossed out the door. I'm now almost curious enough to try a class and see if these idiots were just bullshitting me. I'm assuming they were...
    They werent bullshitting you. They really are that gay.

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  • Kentucky Fried Chokin
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    Originally posted by cyrijl
    I don't know. I saw some guy wearing a team punishment hat today and I just wanted to punch him in the face....but then again maybe hats aren't as good for self defense as stickers.
    What's wrong with a Team Punishment hat? To me, that's the same as wearing the hat of your favorite baseball, or any other sport, team. Unless of course, you really hate Team Punishment, which I can understand.

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  • cyrijl
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    I don't know. I saw some guy wearing a team punishment hat today and I just wanted to punch him in the face....but then again maybe hats aren't as good for self defense as stickers.

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