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Old 07-23-2016, 08:52 AM   #1
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got in a fight at school, age 17

punk clotheslined me in a football game, Moron who'd flunked a couple of years , thought he was tough, bigger than most of us. So I called him out the next day, with a 1911 govt model Iwb to make sure things didn't get too far out of hand. :-). He messed up his hands on my head, and I laughed at the silliness of it, cause I could end it at will. He got mad at me laughing, and really messed up his hands for the next minute or so. Had to wear bandages for several days, with everybody laughing at him. I had a couple of marks, so small that mom never noticed. Had an incident on the road to Gillespie Lake and also on a school bus, age 14, and decided that it was never going to be allowed to happen again. Same road, a punk with his wife and kid, couldn''t get his car going got mad cause I smiled as I walked on by. He charged me and his wife saved his life by grabbing him around the neck. I had a Model 101 Savage single shot .22 under my shirt and I'd have put one right into his eye socket.

Simillar thing walking a back street in Litchfield, punk mad at his mom, charged me from his yard. Mom saved him the same way. I had a new Star PD Iwb at the time. Black belt or not, why should I risk having a punk get lucky and somehow get my gun?
 
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Old 07-23-2016, 09:49 AM   #2
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And this is relevant to what? Sounds like just more bragging trying to convince yourself that you are a tough guy. Many of the other people on this board have also lived through life altering and dangerous events, do you hear them bragging like a 14 year old? By the way, surrendering to a meter maid is not the act of a tough guy, even if she didn't shave her legs!
 
Old 07-23-2016, 09:56 AM   #3
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When I was in school, clotheslining was legal. And if you were somewhere that it wasn't legal (which is doubtful back in the 60's), it still only constitutes a personal foul of unnecessary roughness; nothing more. It's certainly not a punch or a kick; not anything out of the ordinary at all.

So this story is, a guy knocked you down in a high-school football game, and your response is to carry a 45 to school the next day and pick a fight.

Awesome.
 
 
Old 07-23-2016, 10:58 AM   #4
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that's right, he nearly killed me and had to be taught a lesson. fvck your legal.
 
Old 07-23-2016, 11:03 AM   #5
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Every normal person packs a .45 to handle a High School confrontation that took place on a football field. Your attempts to show what a bad motor scooter you were really look childish.
 
Old 07-23-2016, 11:12 AM   #6
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that last fight is what made me determined to learn karate, so I'd have an option between running or shooting. but you pos's can't see that, can ya? you're nothing but trolls, goodbye.
 
Old 07-23-2016, 11:33 AM   #7
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that's right, he nearly killed me and had to be taught a lesson. fvck your legal.
Srsly? You got knocked down in a football game. Whether the type of tackle was legal or not, I don't know and said so.

But picking up a gun and picking a fight over a hit on the football field ('legal hit' or not), is a bit over-reactive, wouldn't you agree?
 
Old 07-23-2016, 11:50 AM   #8
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I never played ball. I was little street hockey thug until I turned 11,and then got into the fight gyms... ironic...."too small for football,too violent to be handed a bat;but he can run,corner and he hits HARD".... go figure.Boston in 1975(much like today)was a weird place.
I've probably lost count of the street fights I had (outside of a ring,and outside of military/job related situations)...the last time I ever broke up my hands in a fight was at Leichmere Station,Green Line T Stop in 1978.... freaking overgrown black kid with a HUGE head(looked like an Easier Island statue with feet)who got his mad on over some third hand "he said WHAT?" $hit... luckily for me in the course of breaking my hand ;I ALSO fractured his left cheekbone and orbital bone...if he got up,I figured I was dead meat because my hand blew up like a ham(they had to cut off my leather jacket)so I did the " Street Hockey Stomp" to keep him there...
Heads are hard,and if you are actually punching into one with knuckles vs a hammerfist or palm heel shot,you have to follow through &pull down a bit from the elbow and knuckles as you connect....
 
Old 07-23-2016, 01:41 PM   #9
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Little Johnny got mad an took his ball an went home to pout.
 
Old 07-23-2016, 03:44 PM   #10
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No... He got mad and took a gun to the schoolyard, looking for a fight..
 
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I'd be lying if I said I never carried or improvised a weapon as a kid.. usually,if I had an indication that" something is up/it's on"... a knife or another sharp implement...on the fly,a " rock in a sock",or a short length of rebar up my sleeve (taped if there was time)... sometimes I'd grab a tool belt(with a ball peen or carpenters hammer,screwdrivers;a carpet cutter) with the thin excuse of " doing some work at my Aunt's place/Cousin's bar after school" if a T cop or other LEO/authority took note of me...may or may not have gone heavier (up to and including something in a " drop it in a sewer if you use it" category (the Massachusetts laws weren't appreciably easier on guns back then,but certain"locally owned neighborhood resources"were given a good leaving alone by older cops)... the caveat was no one did dirt obviously or in such a way that" light generated heat". ...
 
Old 07-24-2016, 09:07 AM   #12
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In prison and jails, I saw MANY fights. sometimes it was 3-6 guys on one, kicking them while down, etc. Worst injury I ever saw was a fat lip or bloody nose, unless weapons were involved. Untained people have no clue how to hurt you, man. One guy, barefoot, kicked a crawling man in the face with the top of his foot, broke his foot, didn't hurt the guy at ALL.. Saw a man get hit TWICE in the head, once while standing, from behind, once on the ground, with an aluminum ball bat. 18 months later, he said that the only lasting effect was a bit of lost memory!
 
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hang a 1x12" , 3/4" thick finished pine board on a string, have any untrained man jump up and punch it, and it will ruin his hand and the board will remain unbroken. :-) If you know what to do, tho, it breaks easily, with just a little flick of the wrist and the back of your knuckles. :-) Breaking it with a forefist is harder, but doable. as you "hang" in the air, now. you dont get to brace yourself in a fight, and the opponent is not locked in place for you to hit. He'll actively "give' with your blow, move to deflect it, etc. So being able to impart force deeply, while being highly mobile yourself, is vital to being effective with hands and feet.
 
Old 07-24-2016, 09:13 AM   #14
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if you watch kick boxers, they ALWAYS "telegraph" a roundhouse kick is to be executed with their rearmost foot, by stepping first with the front-most foot. :-) so such a kick should never hit you, unless the guy has upset your balance first (normally done by blocking one of YOUR kicks).
 
Old 07-24-2016, 09:15 AM   #15
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**** you, Joe

I've seen a lot worse done on 9th street.


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Little Johnny got mad an took his ball an went home to pout.
 
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