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Old 07-08-2010, 09:15 PM   #1
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hehehe... Enjoy!
Watch out there's some naughty words so you might not want to play this in the office.



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Old 07-08-2010, 09:28 PM   #2
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Karate guy looks like he needs a few more lessons. Still I'm glad he got that lucky flailing right hook in.


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Karate guy looks like he needs a few more lessons. Still I'm glad he got that lucky flailing right hook in.
True. I just loved everyone's reactions after he took his stance. Man, that cholo shut up when he saw that!
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yeah I agree!!
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THAT, my friends, is called an inside forearm strike to the Brachial Plexus origin. THAT is lights out. The first time I caught someone with one of those, I thought I killed him.

His stance is pretty much Chinese, probably Kung Fu of some sort. He is not very good as it took him a long time to connect. Kung Fu boy is also at least an equal to the Cholo in the aggression. In my jurisdiction, They are both getting tickets for Disorderly Conduct, Fighting.
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Stances are transitional, you don't 'get in a stance' to fight,lol.

It worked, but I think it was accidental. He was doing some flailing there, but it worked.


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