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Old 02-07-2012, 11:46 PM   #81
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Does a crazy Italian wife count?

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Old 02-18-2012, 09:24 PM   #82
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Oh, they're the best!
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Old 02-21-2012, 04:10 AM   #83
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Ewwwww. Does it have a long body with tiny legs?
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Besides firearms and a monitored alarm system, we keep pepper spray and a 500k stun gun in the bedroom. There is also Moose, our 3 y/o 80 pound black Lab. He's really just a VERY large, lovable puppy who wouldn't hurt anyone or anything unless he accidentally stepped on it. However, he's well over 5 feet tall when he stands on his hind legs, sounds like a passing freight train when he barks and he'll scare the living daylights out of someone who's not expecting to see him. He also makes an OUTSTANDING burglar alarm! Imagine sticking your head through a window at night or jumping the fence into our yard and seeing just a glowing pair of eyes on a head the size of a bowling ball looking back at you from an arms length away.

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Being a martial arteeest for some 43 years , a fork can be deadly !
One thing life has taught me,bullets are fast !

Don't bring a knife to a gun fight. 12 gauge pump ! Anything ridgid or sharp item can be effective,get creative.

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Oh yea, a dog great to know they're comin .

One other technique to ponder , ( THE HAND SPAN METHOD) if all you have is a fork.It's a very very old chinese technique.Burn that inter net up with all your questions.

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I prefer bayonets, machetes, machetes and the sepierka shovel.

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I prefer bayonets, machetes, machetes and the sepierka shovel.
The machete is actually a desendent of the Samurai sword through Portugal.

The (mei) single edged long mellow curveture was barrowed for it's ability to absorb impacts and move freely through the air. Formidable weapon or tool.
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