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  1. #71
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    I am going to schedule some zoom classes very soon to cover topics in my wheelhouse.

    Re-Reading this thread it occurs to me that a class on takeoffs would be appropriate.

    let me know if there is interest.
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  2. #72
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    This stuff comes in handy outside of a fight too.

    Last Thursday morning, my first day back at work after KWTL, after having been on the clock for less than 10 minutes I almost got killed by and incompetent, mouth breathing fuck wad. This moron walk in front of me, knew I was there, hopped on a forklift (8500 lbs), didn't look behind himself and started backing up right at me. Got with in a couple inches of me as I did a takeoff away, saw I was about to get pinned against some racking and did another take off to change direction and then another for a little extra room. It was zigzag pattern that I did with out thinking about it all while yelling at fuck stick mcgee. Then after I launched into a verbal assault directed at his stupidity. The fear in his eyes makes me hope he pooped himself.

    Being light on your feet and able to move is useful.
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  3. #73
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorkface View Post
    This stuff comes in handy outside of a fight too.

    Last Thursday morning, my first day back at work after KWTL, after having been on the clock for less than 10 minutes I almost got killed by and incompetent, mouth breathing fuck wad. This moron walk in front of me, knew I was there, hopped on a forklift (8500 lbs), didn't look behind himself and started backing up right at me. Got with in a couple inches of me as I did a takeoff away, saw I was about to get pinned against some racking and did another take off to change direction and then another for a little extra room. It was zigzag pattern that I did with out thinking about it all while yelling at fuck stick mcgee. Then after I launched into a verbal assault directed at his stupidity. The fear in his eyes makes me hope he pooped himself.

    Being light on your feet and able to move is useful.

    Indeed, I am around forklifts frequently and will admit that they do have quite a weight advantage on me...

  4. #74
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    Not quite as dangerous as a forklift, but I practice my takeoffs when the kids get out their supersoakers...lol.

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    And if you are carrying around a fifty pound meat plate carrier...you need to get rid of it!!
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