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I am a Martial Artist of 3 distinct backgrounds, Brazilian Juijitsu, Taekwondo, and Muay Thai Kickboxing. I would simply start off with verbal language with an aggressive tone; for example, "What are you doing?" before a fight breaks out because I am legally registered as a lethal weapon.

If a fight breaks out, then I will not hold back to a point the person may need plastic surgery to fix possible damage beyond repair. No females deserves to be taken advantage. In addition, the sad truth is that most people will not do anything due to a well known psychology term, "Hindsight Bias."
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I see what you're saying :/. Of course Juza the Cloud was pure genius when it come to Martial Art. (sadly not real :p)

But never been in fight/train in Martial Art or Boxing.. I understand what you're saying.. Best part is to leave it and let the guy take the Wallet and No one get hurt. Plus you were in unfamilir area.. That Bully could had Gun on him.

If you memorized his face, you can get someone to draw picture of his face at the Police department so he wouldn't ending up hurting someone else in the future.. I'm assuming that Bully probably 18 year old?

Don't let it bother you, it happened.. At least everyone is alive.


He was a 30-40 year old guy who looked liked he abused steroids heavily..Was kind of built like a random mohawk guy from Fist of the North Star,lol...


Eww hahaha, Oh yeah if he does take steroids it'll make him strong as hell, but later in life it'll cause heart problem and he'll ending up with pot belly haha. I never experienced steroids, my sister friend had and he was rock hard and within 10 year later he look like cowboy with beer belly haha.

I only take HMB from GNC at the Mall. It give me energy to complete the workout, I used to do heavy workout. Of course now i can't because of Diabetes. I even beg my Diabetic doctor to let me get back into body builder, he wouldn't let me.. I used to love working out..

If people asked me which med give me better high. I'll say Workout, because you'll feel great, 10 year younger, and able to focus.
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I am a Martial Artist of 3 distinct backgrounds, Brazilian Juijitsu, Taekwondo, and Muay Thai Kickboxing. I would simply start off with verbal language with an aggressive tone; for example, "What are you doing?" before a fight breaks out because I am legally registered as a lethal weapon.

If a fight breaks out, then I will not hold back to a point the person may need plastic surgery to fix possible damage beyond repair. No females deserves to be taken advantage. In addition, the sad truth is that most people will not do anything due to a well known psychology term, "Hindsight Bias."


There's also people like me who would probably make the situation worse and turn myself into a victim if I got involved because I'm not a qualified ninja with 20 years of Navy SEALs training. I mean, we do exist. There are plenty of people out there who wouldn't do anything because they know that it would make the situation much worse. Of course, I would call the police if I felt it was necessary. I just don't feel like it's fair to blame people for not wanting to become victims themselves and possibly even make the situation worse for the original victim. I just like to look at these situations in a realistic light and the reality is that not everyone is trained in 3 different types of Martial Arts.

I also don't know if hindsight bias is the proper term to use since it's something that happens after the event. Maybe you meant the bystander effect?
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If it was me back in when I lived in the ghetto, I'd leave her be. I've seen some messed up shit happen, but back then it was about survival. Now, I'm not so sure. I'm as uncaring as it gets, so I probably wouldn't help, though it wouldn't be for the same reasons. I'd like to think if I was put in that situation again that I'd at least call the cops or pull my pistol on them (I love being able to carry most places here) to try and scare them off, but I can't say for sure.
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I am a Martial Artist of 3 distinct backgrounds, Brazilian Juijitsu, Taekwondo, and Muay Thai Kickboxing. I would simply start off with verbal language with an aggressive tone; for example, "What are you doing?" before a fight breaks out because I am legally registered as a lethal weapon.

If a fight breaks out, then I will not hold back to a point the person may need plastic surgery to fix possible damage beyond repair. No females deserves to be taken advantage. In addition, the sad truth is that most people will not do anything due to a well known psychology term, "Hindsight Bias."




-shrugs- I don't know about that, I've known someone who study Karate since young age and when there was road rage, He got out of the truck to face the guy, the guy beat the shit out of him (Street fighter). He didn't had a chance to return a punch/kick.

Problem is when we're at the peak of the training and feel like nothing can beat us.. we lower our guard and that what will happen.. Like up above. Plus you never know if that person is carrying a Gun.
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for me, i would try to help in any possible way because i know for a fact that if i was in that kind of a situation i would really be wanting some help xD.. i'd like to think there are people out there with the same mindset and it seems like there are so thats good. it wouldn't have to be a girl specifically.. id save anything if it were in that situation.. even a praying mantis.
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Awaken_Riceball_ wrote:

I am a Martial Artist of 3 distinct backgrounds, Brazilian Juijitsu, Taekwondo, and Muay Thai Kickboxing. I would simply start off with verbal language with an aggressive tone; for example, "What are you doing?" before a fight breaks out because I am legally registered as a lethal weapon.

If a fight breaks out, then I will not hold back to a point the person may need plastic surgery to fix possible damage beyond repair. No females deserves to be taken advantage. In addition, the sad truth is that most people will not do anything due to a well known psychology term, "Hindsight Bias."




-shrugs- I don't know about that, I've known someone who study Karate since young age and when there was road rage, He got out of the truck to face the guy, the guy beat the shit out of him (Street fighter). He didn't had a chance to return a punch/kick.

Problem is when we're at the peak of the training and feel like nothing can beat us.. we lower our guard and that what will happen.. Like up above. Plus you never know if that person is carrying a Gun.


I am always on guard; however, I will not be caught off guard easily. I will not give an easy win. Furthermore, karate is a joke, nothing about it translate to real life.
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I am a Martial Artist of 3 distinct backgrounds, Brazilian Juijitsu, Taekwondo, and Muay Thai Kickboxing. I would simply start off with verbal language with an aggressive tone; for example, "What are you doing?" before a fight breaks out because I am legally registered as a lethal weapon.

If a fight breaks out, then I will not hold back to a point the person may need plastic surgery to fix possible damage beyond repair. No females deserves to be taken advantage. In addition, the sad truth is that most people will not do anything due to a well known psychology term, "Hindsight Bias."


There's also people like me who would probably make the situation worse and turn myself into a victim if I got involved because I'm not a qualified ninja with 20 years of Navy SEALs training. I mean, we do exist. There are plenty of people out there who wouldn't do anything because they know that it would make the situation much worse. Of course, I would call the police if I felt it was necessary. I just don't feel like it's fair to blame people for not wanting to become victims themselves and possibly even make the situation worse for the original victim. I just like to look at these situations in a realistic light and the reality is that not everyone is trained in 3 different types of Martial Arts.

I also don't know if hindsight bias is the proper term to use since it's something that happens after the event. Maybe you meant the bystander effect?


Opps, yes, bystander effect. Thank you for the correction. I know I fall into a unique field, but I am just saying something I would do based on my background.
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Do this.
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Eh call the cops, I;m gonna be a hero but I'm gonna be a smart one.
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I hope that post was also registered as a lethal post.


Black Belts Having To Register As Deadly Weapons

By Jonathan Maberry

This is one of the oldest American martial arts legends, and there is absolutely no basis or reality in it. First off, there is no department or process within the U.S. government to regulate martial arts, which means there is no instrument in place to identify persons practicing fighting arts, and no governmental method by which practitioners can be evaluated. Such a feat of regulation would cost millions, if not billions, and would be an invasion of civil rights. Actually there is not a country on earth where martial artists are required to register themselves as weapons, deadly or otherwise.

This myth has its roots in two different aspects of mid-20th century history. In post-World War II Japan traditional martial arts were made illegal, and records were kept of those persons who were experienced practitioners of the arts. This was a bit of anti-Japanese backlash following the war and lasted only a few years. It has not been repeated, and it never spread beyond the borders of Japan.

The other root is planted in the soil of the rich and often outrageous history of professional boxing. In the Joe Lewis era (the boxer, not the karate master), it was a common publicity stunt to have police on hand during a press conference to “register” the boxer as a deadly weapon. Understand, this was just a publicity stunt and carried no more legal weight than receiving the Key to the City actually means you can open any door with it and just walk in.

In court cases involving violent confrontations, lawyers and judges may advise the jury to bear in mind a person’s martial arts, boxing, or military combat training when evaluating the facts of the case. For example, in the Matter of the Welfare of D.S.F., 416 N.W.2d 772 (Minn. App. 1988), the Minnesota Court of Appeals concluded that the defendant, who had "substantial experience in karate," was aware enough of the potential of his blows to deliberately break the plaintiff’s jaw. But that is a lot different from legally stating that the person in question is a registered or licensed “deadly weapon”.

Pat Priore, a police chief from Pennsylvania and former SWAT team hand-to-hand instructor, remarked: “I have been in law enforcement for 16 years and I have never observed this practice in my department nor any other department. Occasionally that old bit of nonsense pops up...but we in the law enforcement community regard it as a joke. I’m amazed that so many people still believe it.”

What I find truly disturbing, however, is that I have encountered a number of students who showed me “registration cards” they’d gotten from their instructors. These instructors, mind you, charged them a hefty fee to be registered; and the students who, with good will, believed what their instructors had told them, completely believed that they were now registered as deadly weapons. Not only is this fraud, but it is dishonorable behavior as well.



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I don't know define disturbing? If it was disturbing enough I'd like to think I would step in for both Male and Female alike.
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I'd take her hand as I make her run with me as fast as possible.
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JanusCascade wrote:


Awaken_Riceball_ wrote:

I am a Martial Artist of 3 distinct backgrounds, Brazilian Juijitsu, Taekwondo, and Muay Thai Kickboxing. I would simply start off with verbal language with an aggressive tone; for example, "What are you doing?" before a fight breaks out because I am legally registered as a lethal weapon.

If a fight breaks out, then I will not hold back to a point the person may need plastic surgery to fix possible damage beyond repair. No females deserves to be taken advantage. In addition, the sad truth is that most people will not do anything due to a well known psychology term, "Hindsight Bias."




-shrugs- I don't know about that, I've known someone who study Karate since young age and when there was road rage, He got out of the truck to face the guy, the guy beat the shit out of him (Street fighter). He didn't had a chance to return a punch/kick.

Problem is when we're at the peak of the training and feel like nothing can beat us.. we lower our guard and that what will happen.. Like up above. Plus you never know if that person is carrying a Gun.


I am always on guard; however, I will not be caught off guard easily. I will not give an easy win. Furthermore, karate is a joke, nothing about it translate to real life.


Almost everything translates to a joke in real life fighting. Also I HIGHLY doubt that you are on guard ALL the time.
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