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Saturday, June 9, 2012

CDP on Rick Scott's Murder by LEO

I trained most of my adult life with serious men and women who studied how to defend themselves by killing others. I never once set foot into a shopping-center dojo. I trained with real Warriors, and there are many, many dojos across this great country that you will never hear about, much less gain access, without introductions from other serious dojos and Warriors. You may think serious martial arts dojos train only in empty hand, knives, staff, swords and archaic weapons. You'd be wrong.

Here's one important lesson I learned: No matter how good you are, no matter how many Warriors you can conquer, there is always someone who is better than you. More importantly, once you start playing at a certain level, the odds of you walking away from a fight that you "win" are greatly reduced, for even in defeat most Warriors of a certain caliber will find a way to kill you on their way out of this life.

I am not kidding when I say that my first weapon of choice for most fights these days is a Chevrolet. I have no intention of going toe-to-toe with a 20-something MMA kid who is 20 years my junior. I have no intention of trying to box a boxer. I have no intention of ever trying to get into a deathfight with pistols against a man as skilled as Colonel Cooper.

Some things are just stupid. I, am not stupid.

Please pay particular attention to CDP's assessment of why LEO chose to murder Rick Scott. He is dead-on target.

Equal fights may be noble, in a swashbuckling and romantic way, but when the goal is to live through the fight and protect your woman, children and Tribe, fair fights are for suckers.

Overwhelming force. Disproportionate force. And hit 'em from their blind side.

With a Chevy.

They will do it to you for your radical and extremist values, in front of a store. With no warning. In front of your woman and children. For no reason other than that you dare to deign yourself equal.

Do it to them firstest. Mostest. Hardest.

Here's CDP's piece.



  1. I glanced at the title/logo yesterday, but didn't go further. Glad I did today and posted.

  2. I'm in the same boat as Brock, I've browsed over that same post several times and didn't get it I guess??

    It might do us well to slow down in our fervent rush to equip the less informed among us and read the obvious:)

    I'm certain I am speaking to the choir but it seems like a whirlwind in my world, almost frantic trying to get the info. out.

    K. you can post this or not. I'm just talking.


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