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Martial Arts Topics / Re: Emergency Tips and Emergency Medicine
« on: July 01, 2008, 06:39:34 AM »
Hi all,this might sound crazy but i once saw a farmer stop a bad cut on one of his horses by packing handfulls of granulated table sugar onto the wound in order to facilitate clotting.  Ive never tried it on anyone myself, just throwing it out there :|

Martial Arts Topics / Re: Daily Expression of Gratitude
« on: July 01, 2008, 06:22:30 AM »
I am grateful that i have the ability to learn from failure and even if i learn nothing i am grateful that i can try again.

Martial Arts Topics / Re: Movie Fights
« on: March 09, 2008, 06:06:02 AM »
Its a hard question, most recently though, the one shot fight scene from the new Tony Ja film where he fights a whole street gang in a multistory nightclub
Tom yum goong or the Protector i think its called (Ive heard a few names for it)
anyway very cool,
he looks really tired by the end

Martial Arts Topics / Re: Crimes using knives
« on: February 27, 2008, 02:13:48 AM »
Thank you Guro Crafty,
I look forward to learning more,
 ive already learned alot from the little ive read
Ill post in the proper place next time. :-)

Martial Arts Topics / Re: Crimes using knives
« on: February 26, 2008, 01:10:48 AM »
Hi everyone,
My name is Grant, I'm new to the forum and i live in Johannesburg South Africa,
 Joburg has one of the highest crime rates in the world and its fair to say that the crime in our city has affected everyone that lives there.
 Last week i read an article in one of our major news papers The Star, about a man who was victimised twice in short succession.
The man was on his way home from work when a man broke the drivers side window of his car and attempted to grab his cell phone. The driver of the car grabbed his assailant as he leaned into hes window and punched him in the face. The criminal took off running and even though the victims car was in the middle of the street and still running, he took off after him, he was unable to catch up and when he got back to his car he had received a ticket for illegal parking from the Johannesburg metro police department.
A week later the same man was stopped at a red light, this time on his way to work when a man with a gun came to his open window and attempted to steal his car.
Because of what had happened the previous week, the guy had a leatherman tool with the blade extended on his passenger seat and as soon as he was approached, plunged the blade into the neck of his assailant and sped away through the red light.
On arrival at the closest satelite police station five minutes later he was told by police on duty that he should write a letter to government telling them to better police the inner city so he took his story to the papers.
To the best of my knowledge the man was not trained in any form of martial arts and had just had enough of being picked on 

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