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have you ever dropped someone and put them to sleep? or maybe you've been dropped and slept.
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My ex threw my bicycle at someones car
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My weak ass punches can't do that unfortunately
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My weak ass punches can't do that unfortunately


I bet your charm can.
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in rugby i shoulder charged a guy with the ball and he got winded and passed out......
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I more than likely could but I wouldn't want to. That can cause brain damage.
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My ex threw my bicycle at someones car



Why did he do that? Did you tell him Car doesn't hit back? :p

Old saying from Bruce Lee when this guy broke the board in half, he said Board don't hit back!
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I have never hit someone before.


stars201 wrote:

My weak ass punches can't do that unfortunately


You're supposed to use your fist, not your ass.
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Whilst i have been in a few fights over the years, i have never been knocked out nor knocked someone out.
I've given and recieved some good hits though.
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I knocked a guy out in football once. I've also accidentally knocked out a few guys in sparring sessions.
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Accidentally in one of my Pentjak Silat classes. Normally when we're practicing with the sticks we go slow motion so no one gets hurt. We had a police training officer in the class who brought his Red Man suit in ( http://www.redmangear.com/ ) so that we could practice some of the moves at full speed. Needless to say the Red Man suit is not designed to take certain types of strikes well although in basic police baton practice it works fine.
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I bet your charm can.


I don't have any of that either
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Razor_Girl wrote:

Accidentally in one of my Pentjak Silat classes. Normally when we're practicing with the sticks we go slow motion so no one gets hurt. We had a police training officer in the class who brought his Red Man suit in ( http://www.redmangear.com/ ) so that we could practice some of the moves at full speed. Needless to say the Red Man suit is not designed to take certain types of strikes well although in basic police baton practice it works fine.


Looking at their products, it makes me wonder WHICH suit he was wearing.
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Razor_Girl wrote:

Accidentally in one of my Pentjak Silat classes. Normally when we're practicing with the sticks we go slow motion so no one gets hurt. We had a police training officer in the class who brought his Red Man suit in ( http://www.redmangear.com/ ) so that we could practice some of the moves at full speed. Needless to say the Red Man suit is not designed to take certain types of strikes well although in basic police baton practice it works fine.


Looking at their products, it makes me wonder WHICH suit he was wearing.


The Redman XP Instructor suit with the additional special configuration pack. It was used at the California Highway Patrol training center for baton practice.
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Razor_Girl wrote:


gornotck wrote:


Razor_Girl wrote:

Accidentally in one of my Pentjak Silat classes. Normally when we're practicing with the sticks we go slow motion so no one gets hurt. We had a police training officer in the class who brought his Red Man suit in ( http://www.redmangear.com/ ) so that we could practice some of the moves at full speed. Needless to say the Red Man suit is not designed to take certain types of strikes well although in basic police baton practice it works fine.


Looking at their products, it makes me wonder WHICH suit he was wearing.


The Redman XP Instructor suit with the additional special configuration pack. It was used at the California Highway Patrol training center for baton practice.


Ah. I had.. actually thought so. It definitely looks up to the task, so it's still a bit surprising. He might have been better with the WDS Instructor for your class.
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