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Guy Stops Armed Robber With A Step Laddder!

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by BruiseLee, Apr 16, 2009.

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  1. BruiseLee

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    Tools abound if we only look for them.
     
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    Redneck ingenuity.

    Dont make Bubba mad.
    He knows the difference between right and wrong. And is not afraid to educate you on proper social behavior.
     
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    bump for caveman!
     
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    Reasonable enough strategy. Stool/chair vs. edge weapon dates back to the Renaissance (I've seen illustrations in the old fencing manuals, though I don't have it handy). This is even still taught in some Spanish knife-fighting schools.
     
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    Good thing the stepstool wan't painted black. Then they'd be trying to outlaw assault stools.


    "When stepstools are outlawed, only outlaws will have stepstools!"
     
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    And then stools will require a disposal system.
     
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    Coincidentally, my mother's foster father's family crest is "a 3-runged step ladder, erect." Now that I know how useful a step ladder can be (martially speaking), I may see about grafting that crest onto my own... once I figure out what my crest is.
     
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