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09-14-2002, 10:02 AM
Not to scratch old wounds open to bleed again but to share your worst,possibly life or death situations you´ve got in and what happened.
If you want to share and discuss.
09-14-2002, 11:53 AM
Originally posted by Former castleva
Not to scratch old wounds open to bleed again but to share your worst, possibly life or death situations you´ve got in and what happened.
If you want to share and discuss.
When I was a kid one winter I was on a sled that went down a hill, off a bank and onto a frozen pond. Except that the sled broke through the ice and I had to swim back to the hole. I managed to get out and then with the help of friends got home.
Being a kid, the worst of it was that it happened on a sunday. That night it began to blizzard. School was out for a week. Of course, being sick from my underwater experience meant I had to lie in bed for the duration.
09-14-2002, 01:37 PM
It gets chilly just thinking about that,huh.
So what doubles the level of discomfort was that even though the school was closed you could not actually spend any kind of "vacation"?
09-16-2002, 01:26 AM
Found out my ex was cheating on me...man it took me a year and half to get over that one! If u're talking about street fighting...usually over in secs...so no...never significant!
09-16-2002, 01:35 AM
One morning I woke up and the TV was on,what program??
I almost died......................
09-16-2002, 09:41 AM
Both sound as horrible.
09-16-2002, 05:35 PM
I was in the back seat of a car in high school getting chased by another car that was shooting at us.
Also got bricked in the head and the **** kicked out of me by 3 guys.
I was stupid at 17
09-16-2002, 06:56 PM
This is probably the most entertaining thread I've seen in a while. You guys gave me a few laughs as well as flashbacks. What about you, FC? You asked the question, now you answer. I bet you got the best story to tell.
09-16-2002, 09:01 PM
My father and 3 sisters got caught in a rip tide once. I had to pull them out, and I am not a very good swimmer. I got 2 of my sisters out before some lifesavers came along and got my father and last sister out.
Also almost stepped on a snake once. Don't think it was a dangerous one, but you never know down here. :)
09-19-2002, 04:03 AM
Thanks for the replies.
"This is probably the most entertaining thread I've seen in a while. You guys gave me a few laughs as well as flashbacks. What about you, FC? You asked the question, now you answer. I bet you got the best story to tell."
That is a worthy question to ask.
Luckily I have not been to many high danger situations like those previously mentioned or in a sense of assaults etc. which I first thought of.If mentioning similar ones I could say I´ve nearly choked a couple of times due to asthma but that is not nearly as bad as dealing with one´s personal foes like heavy depression,getting locked up for that and other things.
This thread got into all different direction I thought,but that´s fine with me.
09-19-2002, 12:17 PM
I have the worst luck. This sounds made up, but I swear it is true.
Car breaks down late at night. My girlfriend is with me (I was only 19 at the time). Some nice kids come by in a Mustang. They gave us a ride. We get in the back and everything was fine, and suddenly a primered 70's Charger comes up beside us, and starts throwing beer bottles at the windows hard! It actually sounded like gunfire, and we all thought we were being shot at. The car starts aggresively bumping the back of the Mustang. You know they are crazy at this point.
I am thinking, "how did this happen to me???". The bad part is, the kids driving start freaking out and crying, and screaming and stuff. I had to talk him and his hysterical friend down. I assured him we could take these guys no problem, just to calm him. I directed him to run all red lights and stop signs (when safe), and pull up at the police station, where I leaned forward and laid on the car horn non-stop. The Charger wanted no further part of this, and quickly exited the game. I am sure the guys were high or had weapons. I was not interested in finding out which types either.
The good news, is that I had thought through all these type scenarious many many times before, so the ol' freak out would not occur, or make a very dangerous mistake.
Anyway, the ONE time I catch a ride...this kind of thing happens to me.
09-19-2002, 01:23 PM
Not M/A related but when I was about 14 I was really into hopping freight trains. We used to hop them in Naperville and ride them down into Berwin, IL and ride the commuter train back. Anyway, one evening I really misjudged the speed that the train was going. I was at a full sprint, reached and grabbed onto the ladder, and when I did my legs were sucked underneath the train. My left foot kept bouncing off the wheel of the train. Finally I pulled myself up to safety. The train didn't slow down to a exitable speed for some time. It took me about 2 hours to walk back to where my friends and I were horsing around. They thought I had been killed, since all they saw was half of me being sucked underneath the train. Just thinking about that puts a queasy feeling in my stomach.
09-19-2002, 02:28 PM
CD Lee,tough story.
There lies the mistake that hitchhiking is not considered safety in self-protection/crime prevention.
Statistically,it would be safest to jump to a car of a woman or a family if one has to hitchhike.
That driving to police station and causing noise thing was a wise move though,something to recommend.
It sounds to me as you would have disfigured your leg in that,but I suppose you stayed unharmed?
It seems you got jumped by the freight train.
Thanks for the replies.
09-19-2002, 02:37 PM
I am very, very lucky that I wasn't killed or paralized from that stupid stunt. My left foot just bounced off the top quarter of the train wheel a few times before I was able to pull myself up. And keep in mind that the train was probably only going 20-25 mph. Hell the most dangerous part about trainhopping is running alongside the train in order to jump on. You take a wrong step on those rocks and you can wind up under the train. I definitely do not recommend anyone doing this.
10-05-2002, 09:52 PM
where i live i have this steep hill that i run down to get home. I normally run on teh road, because in a section there's this tree that is neve rmaintained, and has twigs coming down. anyway one night while going home, this car was on the road, so i ran onto the nature strip, and into one of those twigs. it cut my eyebrow, and it was bleeding.....it must've been pretty bad as it takes a bit to cut teh eyebrow, and if it were a few cm's lower, it would've gone straight through my eye easily. =)
10-06-2002, 04:47 AM
my toughest situation was when i got chase by my cous's stupid dog he almost bittem me but i was too smart and i put my hand round about up to elbow in his throat... so he couldn't bite me :D
but the prob was i couldn't pull my hand out n that **** dog could't bite me... we wer both in same situation for around 3-4 minutes before my cous came and hold him :(
about fighting in street only couple of times...with no injury and thnx to all my freind i never got hurt...
10-06-2002, 07:53 AM
10-06-2002, 08:07 AM
yup the stupid dog almost had me...
anyway Former castleva wat's jingmichan??
10-06-2002, 09:10 AM
Well jingmi chuan is a light name for my "personal" style of MA which I made up,meaning "sensitive fist" (chinese) (mainly that,could also be translated as "accurate fist",which does not give proper attention to my meaning though)
No such style actually exists as far as I know,but who knows as there are so many chinese styles you know...
If I were to tell that in terms of technique it would be some yet immature,hybrid art.If I were to create an own system some distant day it might wind up named "jingmi chuan".
BTW,funny thing I remember a discussion from local TKD forum in which they discussed about TKD answer to that dog attack problem.
10-06-2002, 09:22 AM
"BTW,funny thing I remember a discussion from local TKD forum in which they discussed about TKD answer to that dog attack problem."
wat was answer to that dog problem?mind telling me the forum
who knows' most probably it's me :D i told this dog story so many times i even forgot...
10-07-2002, 10:05 AM
Was at Woodstock '99. Moved my way down towards the front as Rage Against the Machine was playing. Korn was getting ready to come on and it started packing up pretty tight. We were about 50 yards in front of a soundstage that was in the middle of the field. By the time Korn came out, everyone was shoulder to shoulder with no room to move. Girls started crying and guys were getting nervous. Then the music started and all I could see was a wave coming towards me as the people in the front pushed back HARD. In a couple minutes, it was crazy. It was so tight in the crowd that I had to push people away from my chest so I could inhale. We tried to crowd surf the girls out and I remember holding my arms straight against another guys chest so people could run under. By this time, that 50 yards was down to about nothing and people were getting pulled out of the crowd by the security on the soundstage. Men had tears in their eyes from fear. All this time, crazy Korn music is playing in the background. I managed to find my buddies who had been pulled out and I launched myself up, using 2 peoples shoulders, so I could get pulled out. It was nuts.
Going to see Korn again this Wednesday. I'm a little smarter about positioning now. A true feeling of being out of control is very scary.
10-07-2002, 12:15 PM
Wilson,that sounded bad.Last time I heard of similar thing was that accident in some pearl jam concert I think,there were deaths... :(
well nobody was able to give a specific answer on that,mostly common sense and few had ideas of what to do in such situation in general sense.Many had doubts,I think there was a mention that maybe skilled TKD stylist could...
I can direct you there but if you actually are located in India I doubt you will get much fun out of that unless you speak (read) finnish...referring to my note on "local" forum.
But here is it anyway- www.suomentaekwondoliitto.fi
10-11-2002, 04:53 PM
Once I went in some cave in the ardennes (belgium), so it was this kind of 'tour' in a cave, but it was with some insane small tunnels, then at this end the guide tells us to go on on ourselves and inf our way to the end (since this was an adventure vacation, this was included in the little cave trip, so this was not something unexpected) but me and to other friends go down this REALLY tight 'tube' shaped tunnel, I mean you could only move forward, backward was really really hard, so we went in, and after 10 minutes in this incredibly small tunnel we still hadn't reached the end. I started to get really trippy, and concluded we went the wrong way, and there was no way back, unless a three our trip... when then a minute later we finally reached the end. I think I got claustrophobic, which is weird, since I go diving an awfull lot, I guess it was the just the fact that I really thought I was ****ed, that made me go nuts for a couple of secs (not verbally, just in my mind .. like talking to yourself saying '**** **** .. this is the end'). Anyway this is for sure the thoughest situation I ever had to face ..
10-12-2002, 02:13 AM
10-12-2002, 07:36 AM
heh, I just noticed the insane amount of typos in my post :o
10-12-2002, 07:42 AM
hmm coming to think of it another time...
tell me wat worst situation could be than Exams time?
10-20-2002, 06:05 PM
The most dangerous fight situation I was in occured when I was about 17. I wasnt practicing any MA back then.
I got drunk with some friends, and then they took off so I was alone wandering through town... I stopped at a video game arcade, but soon made my way out...
Once outside I was quickly surrounded by a gang of headbangers looking for trouble.
The tough one of the crowd comes up to me and suckerpunches shut my left eye which is near perfect vision, while my right eye is really near-sighted. At this point I'm almost blind.
Adrenaline starts pumping real hard and anger swells inside...
Then the tough guy approaches me with his face 6 inches from mine and says defiantly "come on, give me your best shot".
I grabbed him by the sides of his waist and kneed him up in the groin three times, then ran away as fast as I could while his friends were confused, surprised and tried to help him while he writhed in pain on the ground.
10-20-2002, 09:06 PM
come on, give me your best shot
... famous last words...
People can be so stupid some times.
1 motorbike accident and the sound of gravel against my helmet.
2 geting rifles pointed at me in Camobodia and Thailand
3 toping out of a climb and realizing that all my gear had popped,if I had fell the ground would have been my cushion.
10-21-2002, 10:10 AM
BTW,was that your best shot?
10-21-2002, 05:56 PM
Mine was getting jumped by a gang of kids outside a huge shopping plaza where kids hang out on fridays. I tried to use Ninjutsu hit-and-run techniques that I had only read about in books as best I could to neutralize enough of them to get the hell out of there. It didn't work as good as it would have if I had been trained at the time, but I got out with a few scrapes and bruises.
10-23-2002, 08:52 AM
I've had a few, but the easiest one to access here was when I had to take down a patient who was tripping on acid atop a tall speaker tower - you can read about that here: http://ezine.kungfumagazine.com/ezine/article.php?article=159
Another was when I came face-2-face with a fer de lance (one of the most venomous snakes in the world) in the rainforests of Costa Rica. I wrote about that in an article I did on Shaolin Snake Style way back in our Oct 99 issue - http://ezine.kungfumagazine.com/magazine/article.php?article=101 .
Writing about these experiences helps me process them. I have another about rescuing a young girl on Songshan mountain during a rainstorm and getting caught on Mt Whitney in a hail storm, but I'll share those some other time, perhaps.
10-23-2002, 02:20 PM
i wonder if you mind telling me what you mean by hit and run tech. in detail as I pay attention to ninjutsu in a way and it´s quite hard to track down any info. on it.If not,that´s allright.
Cheers,quite a lot of stuff.I looked into that patient related case and downloaded the article,I´ll check the other one out later.Have not had too much exposure to them anyway.
10-23-2002, 05:04 PM
Basically just like guerilla warfare where you keep from being seen, attack vital points like the back of the neck when possible, and make a quick break for it. I said I picked it up from books but also from a friend of mine who used to study ninjutsu. It also helped that the whole ordeal took place in a crowded parking lot. I, however, have never formally trained in ninjutsu so I made a few mistakes and eventually got found.
10-24-2002, 02:18 AM
10-24-2002, 12:14 PM
A fer-dee lance! Cambodia! Good God!
Let's see... I willingly jumped out of an airplane despite my absolute terror of falling/heights. Another time I was nearly drowned. I was held under so long that breathing in water actually felt good. And then there's that time I got so sick that I had to lay in my bathtub for 12 hours because I was vomiting and dry heaving, as well as ****ting & ****ing with a nose spilling snot, all of this was uncontrollable and consitant (like I wouldn't get even 15 seconds of rest before one or all of these ailments would go nuts). One of those times that death didn't seem so bad compared to life. A doc came though and gave me a shot which knocked me out cold. When I awoke I was all better.
But the worst time was when....
When I was a wee lad I was in the midst of a 'friendly' shaving cream fight when the victim of my exploits, who had intiated the whipping (please forgive me God, that was a lame one...), picked up the biggest rock he could hold and crushed my temple with it. I thought I was crying, so I wiped my eyes and saw my hand was covered in crimson tears. Just think of magical movie scences like in "Lord of the Flies", when Piggy gets his head crushed, and then there's "The Taleted Mr. Ripley", when Ripley smashes Biff (or whatever- the yuppie) in the face with a paddle. Blood literally was spreading from me in a circle on the ground. All my clothes were saturated with it, but despite this I could feel nothing. I looked at my brother and sister who bore a look of absolute horror, and I thought I was going to die. So I stupidly chased the kid who cracked my skull with the one desire I had left in life- to kill him. But, ya know, it's very very hard to catch anyone when your losing that much blood, so I never saw him again.
10-24-2002, 04:30 PM
Geez...what made you puke and **** so much?
10-24-2002, 10:11 PM
Me and a friend were walking when a car started shooting at us. I ran and hopped a wall and made it out alive. Unfortunately, my friend didn't.
10-24-2002, 10:22 PM
10-24-2002, 11:00 PM
Ok when i was 8 years old, me cousin and i played in a quarry near my grandmothers home. It rained the day before. I went down a little gravel (right word ?) hill. On the top of this hill was rock with about 300kg. So the rock starts rolling an i start runnig, but the rock was faster and i was jammed to another rock with about 600kg. I had luck cause the rock just jammed me to the other rock in the high of my knee/femoral. My cousin was about 7 years old, but smart enough to go to my grandmother for help. so my grandmother informed the local firedepartment. When those guyes arrived my feet were already blue. so one guy form fire dep. said to my grandmother he thinks they have to amputate my feet. My grandmother faint. Now to come to an end, after the firedempt got me out and brought me to the hospital, the doctor told me that i only have bruises and abraision. He told me that my puppyfat saved me from serious damage on my feet.
So i was a little fat when i was young, but it had something good too..
Hey and sorry for my lousy english,
10-25-2002, 08:54 AM
I dunno, the doc tried to BS me with "it might be a virus..", then again it could be a million things.
P.S. Sorry Yung...
10-25-2002, 09:46 AM
Aaalrightee,thanks everyone for everything.
Shisio,I got the idea that you might have had your the artery of your temple severed? Dunno really,it might be very hard to survive from such without absolutely immediate medical attention.Maybe it was a smaller injury.
WTJune,ah your english is pretty good.
Yung Apprentice,oh my...
That´s horrible,I´m sorry.
10-25-2002, 10:42 AM
When I was five, my dumbsh!t pops took us from Turkey to Israel by land in a car. On the way, we passed through a town in Lebanon where there was a tank at the entrance, and a tank at the exit. We had a small red car escort us through to the other side, all the while hearing gunshots and fighting. I don't know if they were shooting at us. If they were their aim was off. We passed through many countries and ended up in Egypt. From there, we waited several days for permission to cross the border into Israel. Despite the fact that only 2 other people had been allowed to cross that border in the last 10 years (or something,) a higher-up in the Egyptian army happened to be visiting one day. We were let across. After sh!tting our brains out green, my 1year old sister was taken to a hospital, where she was given an I.V. for dehydration. If we had to wait much longer, she could have died.
I got my ass jumped when I was 15, along with 2 others, by about 20 black kids in a racially motivated incident at Green + Chelten in Philly. However, they weren't out to kill us or anything. I fought back until someone jumped on my back from behind. I was able to make it down the street to the corner where some adults helped me get my bookbag back. I had a few lumps on the back of my head from that one.
10-25-2002, 01:13 PM
Thanx everyone. This happened when I was sixteen, I'm twenty now. So I've had a couple of years to deal with it.
10-30-2002, 11:19 AM
Originally posted by Former castleva
BTW,was that your best shot?
Considering that the guy was very close to me (closer than punching or elbowing distance), that I was drunk and near-blind... I'd have to say yes.
11-03-2002, 02:44 PM
This is kinda funny-kinda, no very stupid:
My friend and I were coming back from a club, we used to hang at after Karate class.we were drunk, we were driving, and we ran a stop sign.stupid. We get pulled over by a cop, and my friend is really uptight about getting a dwi. The cop takes our licenses, and in two minutes five more cop cars show up and surround the car, all lights on us. We are getting real, I mean REAL nervous now. My friend really scared about getting a dwi. I go to get out of the car to talk to the cop. STUPID! never, never do this. The cop kicks the door closed and draws his gun. All the cops draw their guns. I stay in the car. My friend and I look at each other and we start laughing-because ,one, we're scared sh***less and nervous laughter ensues, and two, we're still kinda tipsy and thik it's kinda funny, and three-we're dumb**s kids. The cop asks me to step out of the vehicle and questions me. He asks how long I've known my friend and if that's his real name. I answer that I've known him since I was eleven and it is his name. He informs me that Micheal D****,age 20,6'1'',190lbs matches the exact description of Micheal DOYEL-(Rhymes with D****)wanted for murder. I get back into the car and I start laughing.He says, "Why are you laughing?" I say, "You don't have to worry about getting a ticket" he says, oh great, why not?" I say 'They think you're a murderer. They're gonna fu***ing kill us" I'm laughing-he's pretty much sober at this point. It's at this time we realise, we have a trunk full od swords, butterfly knives, nunchaku, etc-cause we just came from Karate class! We start laughing, and say, I hope they don't look in the trunk. The cops comes over and says...yep, "You wanna open the trunk, please?" it gets worse. but I have to go! heh-heh
11-04-2002, 03:45 AM
That was the funniest story so far,not lethal fortunately and pretty funny...at least I was not there.
If you mind,drop those last lines in there if you have time.
Thanks for posting.
11-04-2002, 07:41 PM
I don't know what got damaged exactly, but I still have a small triangular scar on my right temple from that kid. I know the wound sounds serious, that's why I posted it as my near death experience. I didn't mention the fact that my brother saved my a$$ either, though. I think I was real lucky that I didn't bleed to death, cause most all head wounds bleed like crazy.
11-06-2002, 11:45 AM
okay, we're back! So I start laughing and say to the cop, "You don't really wanna open the trunk" take notes here boys and girls, these are textbook things NEVER to do or say to cops who think you are a murderer and now think you have bodies in the trunk. So we open the trunk, mind you, guns all over the place, spotlights, it's pretty scary. And the cops sees all these weapons, and me, being the smart**s kid, who's also scared stupid (real stupid) say,'There's a perfectly good explanation for this, officer" again, some cops just have no sense of humor. Funny thing, I have a card from the Karate school that has my name and rank on it, and the cop says, "Oh, ok, just so long as you have your paperwork" and he let us go! The funny thing is, in NY, possession of nunchaku is illegal, 'paperwork' or not, we could've been locked up then and there.
Moral of the story? one, some cops don't really know the law-could be good or bad, two, always have your "paperwork"(yeah, right) three-don't drink and drive, with a carfull of weapons of mass destruction, and a lookalike for a wanted murderer(very important) !
11-06-2002, 12:03 PM
Okay, here's another episode of the "Rik is really stupid and **** lucky to be alive show"
I was working in Flushing, NY and on my way after work to ..Karate class! more trouble. So I'm at a light, on the left side of the road (25A) and my exit is three lanes over on the right, so as soon as the light turns green, I floor it, and cut across three lanes of traffic,(don't try this at home, I'm a trained professional)
only to immediately-I mean IMMEDIATELY get pulled over by the police. Boy, that was fast. Yeah, genius, 'cause the cop was right behind you at the light. All I saw was headlights, and it was a cop van, so I had no idea. So...he asks for my ID and sees a katana onthe front seat of my car, and says,"What the **** is that?" I say, "Oh, don't worry, it's not a live blade" He says, "What's that mean, a live blade?" and I say,"It's just for practice, I'm on my way to Karate class. My uniform is right here under the back seat" and I reach into the back of the car..NEVER,NEVER DO THIS!!
I hear "ca-lick" and I turn my head to find myself staring down the buisness end of a 38. "Um, what should I do now, officer sir?"
"Put your hands on the steering wheel" he said.
"Slow, right?" sez I. And he says something he must have been rehearsing since he got on the force,"Slow as a sh** in winter"
"You bet, officer. I don't want to Make your day!" (Rik, can't you just keep your mouth shut?) He has me hand him the sword-in the scabbard, real slow, probably as slow as , oh nevermind. And he chucks it on the pavement. "Why the *** is it in the front seat of the car?" And I innocently reply, "'Cause I didn't want it to get banged up and scratched in the trunk. But you've fixed that."
Well, I guess the officer was so flustered that he forgot to write my ticket and let me go. Safe again, eight lives left. My kids asked me, "Dad, how come cops are always pointing guns at YOU?"
11-06-2002, 03:48 PM
Don't you just hate looking down the barrel of a loaded pistol. The three times it's happened to me I felt like a deer in the headlights. And what's with the sardonic grin we get when it's going on?
11-07-2002, 01:13 AM
@ Tentigers... ROTFL ... i think you have a stressed guardian angel... and a good conncetion to the police...
11-07-2002, 04:22 AM
Thanks for all of the stuff.
Good it was.
11-07-2002, 10:30 AM
Since we're telling cop stories, I do intense psychedelic reatcion crisis intervention and used to go on tour with the Grateful Dead, saving poor LSD trippers and the like. Over the years I had to tango with many cops in intervention scenarios, partially because they had never seen a bad acid trip and it freaked them out, and partially because I look like a villain in a kungfu movie. My heart goes out to you - nothing like have a cop draw a bead on you.
11-07-2002, 07:03 PM
Originally posted by TenTigers
"You bet, officer. I don't want to Make your day!"
11-08-2002, 04:10 PM
I think that if you take the attitude that every cop who approaches a pulled over car is thinking that you might have a gun and be waiting to blow his brains out, we'd all be a bit more cooperative. (tickets still suck) Here I am, this smart-mouthed kid, and the cop thinks he's facing Josie Wales. We hear far too many stories of accidental shootings by cops, and I could've been one of them.
11-08-2002, 04:32 PM
Here's something funny, and yeah, it's probably got some 'Rik bein stupid " stuff in it;
I'm picking up pizza with a girlfriend-she's in the car double parked, I'm in the pizzaria. I come out to see a guy honking his horn for her to move, she says,'Go around" he starts yelling and cursing and gets out of his car. Okay, Rik to the rescue. I say something like "HEY! A**hole! That's my girlfriend" and he turns to me and starts cursing and threatening me. So I stand there calmly and motion him with the 'bring it on' move. He goes to his car and comes back. Okay, it;s dark, he just got something from his car, and he's coming for me. I start to feel some serious fear because I think it's a gun, my back's to the wall, I have absolutely nowhere to go. Rik is dead. As he approaches I realize he only has a tire iron,or crowbar held over his head. ONLY!?? And I'm calm again.(I already see the angle he's holding it, and my response) He says "I;m gonna kill you!" and I calmly say, "Come on, I'm right here" and he backs off, still raising the crowbar, goes back to his car still yelling, cursing, and drives off. I suppose it was my calm demeanor that threw him off, but why did it NOT occur to me that he could just as easily split my head open like a coconut? oh yeah, 'It's only a crowbar' stupid. seven lives left.
But many fights have been avoided by my staying calm and not shouting, yet willing to take care of buisness. I guess the other guy is thinking,"How come he's so calm? What does he know that I don't know?"" and they back off. I had one guy say, "You wanna go outside?" and I said "Sure, let's go" and he stopped. My friend had a funnier way-some guy said, "You wanna step outside?" and he replied, "I'll kill you right here." that guy also stopped.-not reccomended, but it was still funny.Not exactly the interview that Peyton Quinn uses, but so far, it has been successful.
11-09-2002, 03:18 AM
Thanks again everybody.
TenTigers,I´d like to have seen his face,maybe...
11-13-2002, 07:09 PM
Three guys with guns in a parking lot after I had just been in a car accident which had me in a lot of soft tissue pain. The first BG pulled out his .38 snub,****ed his revolver, and pointed it at my head. I soft blocked/guided his gun hand and wrist locked the gun hand, then pushed first BG against second BG from behind first BG, using him as cover, then went for an escape. Third BG was 15 yards away in opposite direction.
I was gone before they knew it. Only trouble is my mother-in-law and wife were still sitting in the car. Might not have come back to give up my money if only my mother-in-law was sitting there. Just kidding, mom.
After I gave up some money, I drove off to a "safe point." , where I could call the police from a pay phone. Cops asked me why I had left the scene of the crime. This was before cell phones and the BG's were still watching me and waiting for other victims in the parking lot. I told the officer, if he was more interested in having dead victims who did not escape, then just write my call in as a statistic and don't send officers to the location.
Two weeks later, an acquaintance of mine was shot to death in the same parking lot by three unknown assailants.
11-14-2002, 05:32 AM
Thanks for posting.
Sorry for your loss.
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