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09-19-2020, 12:10 PM

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He probably tosses cueballs on the floor
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09-19-2020, 12:27 PM

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Hit someone with a cue across the face and you are asking for trouble, maybe cost you your life.

One thing I learned is there is no such thing as a fair fight. Donít be silly, Opponents are very seldom
evenly matched in size, speed, strength or fighting skills. I was told by my dad when I was 11 years old
that fighting was to be avoided but there at times when it canít. Youíll learn to recognize those situations
and in those instances always remember this. Make sure you land the first punch and make it a great one
because it could be the only punch you get to throw. And when you fight, you fight to win so there are no
rules and the only thing that matters is victory. And always remember that in the USA, a lot of people are
armed and a cue can be used a deadly weapon too so if someone is armed, it might be the last punch the
other guy ever gets to throw again. Videos are very entertaining to watch and real life encounters happen all
the time. Thank God, Iíve never fired my gun in the last 30 years other than at the range but Iíve had to draw
my weapon 3x & once it resulted in the other party being arrested by the police. Like I earlier wrote, videos
are entertaining but real life encounters can become unfortunately deadly so always try to avoid getting in a fight.
Rule #1, if it comes down a physical confrontation hit first and hit hard. Im hoping the second punch I throw misses because he is on his way down from the first one, if not Im probably in big, big trouble. It is much better to avoid these situations.
  
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09-19-2020, 10:49 PM

The bottom line is you should never touch another Man’s balls!!!!!
  
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09-20-2020, 05:02 AM

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You do know that any CCW holders can buy insurance against lawsuits resulting from using your weapon.
It provides a $1,000,000 coverage toward your legal defense if you are arrested or sued and it works too.

There is a literally an army of lawyers eagerly awaiting the opportunity to defend your 2nd amendment rights.
So if you found yourself in a situation where a legal defense is required, a million bucks should be adequate.
I think the insurance is a good idea. However, it does not cover misuse of a firearm, it is not intended to protect someone if they're in the wrong. It's not a guarantee of 1MM in defense.


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09-20-2020, 05:09 AM

quick google search found this
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09-20-2020, 05:52 AM

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I bet the breaker here gives you the 5 ball

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When you swipe the guys cueball and look away your
essentially saying," go f yourself and you aint gonna do
s#!t."
That is exactly what a person should expect to happen.
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09-20-2020, 06:07 AM

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I bet the breaker here gives you the 5 ball

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09-20-2020, 06:31 AM

Was that an LD shaft? It looks like he used a stun stroke so he didn't go thru and nail his buddy.....very nice stroke control and table awareness.
I can't identify the aiming system he used but it looks like the old "one two plus a few".

Now the mistakes made here are pretty obvious.

1) When the shooter grabbed drunk boys forearm and shoved him slightly,,,,drunk boy should have nailed him with a right hand.

2) When drunk boy grabbed the cue ball the shooter should have cracked him as soon as he was reaching for the cue ball, he was late.

3) Drunk boy was still moving when he was down and that is a problem.
He could have had a ground to air missile hidden in his pants and taken out the shooter.

4) The shooter should have kicked him in the head a few times and finished the job. He will never survive in a civil war.
The guy who stepped over him wearing the white tee shirt, with matching tri color shorts, socks and sandals could have popped him on the way out.

So hit em first, hit em hard, kick em when they're down, watch for missiles.

All in all it looked like a nice evening out.


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09-20-2020, 06:36 AM

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Was that an LD shaft? It looks like he used a stun stroke so he didn't go thru and nail his buddy.....very nice stroke control and table awareness.
I can't identify the aiming system he used but it looks like the old "one two plus a few".

Now the mistakes made here are pretty obvious.

1) When the shooter grabbed drunk boys forearm and shoved him slightly,,,,drunk boy should have nailed him with a right hand.

2) When drunk boy grabbed the cue ball the shooter should have cracked him as soon as he was reaching for the cue ball, he was late.

3) Drunk boy was still moving when he was down and that is a problem.
He could have had a ground to air missile hidden in his pants and taken out the shooter.

4) The shooter should have kicked him in the head a few times and finished the job. He will never survive in a civil war.
The guy who stepped over him wearing the white tee shirt, with matching tri color shorts, socks and sandals could have popped him on the way out.

So hit em first, hit em hard, kick em when they're down, watch for missiles.

All in all it looked like a nice evening out.
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09-20-2020, 10:12 AM

The drunk kid looks to be just a smartass. The other guy looked to be a tough, experienced fighter.
A hard slap or two would've been enough to ring the kids bell.
The kid will give a good think about throwing someone's CB off the table, the fighter won't think twice about knocking anothern out!
  
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09-20-2020, 10:14 AM

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And some people wonder why the game of pool has a bad reputation
That wasn't pool. If you were at a bar and someone poured another guy's drink out, similar responses would be common.


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09-20-2020, 12:33 PM

Actually you are wrong about that. If you blatantly misuse your weapon, legal insurance is not
going to hire attorneys to defend a case that is clearly not winnable. However, if there is a
legitimate argument that can be made, any gray areas whatsoever, then insurance defends
you against criminal prosecution and any civil litigation as well. That is what it’s intended to do.

If that did not take place, the insurance would be worthless as protection. And besides, the
insurance providers want to mount a large scale defense to hopefully prevail but regardless
of the final outcome, it is how they demonstrate to current enrollees that the program has
real value. Aside from the premium cost, enrollees will not incur a penny of additional cost for
legal defense against both criminal prosecution and any subsequent ensuing civil litigations.


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09-20-2020, 02:17 PM

Well, I think it is quite possible that the guy throwing the punches had had a few pints himself.

So when the other guy tossed the CB he just made a snap judgement that he might not have made while sober. Given that, I cannot call a foul on him.

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09-20-2020, 02:48 PM

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Actually you are wrong about that. If you blatantly misuse your weapon, legal insurance is not
going to hire attorneys to defend a case that is clearly not winnable. However, if there is a
legitimate argument that can be made, any gray areas whatsoever, then insurance defends
you against criminal prosecution and any civil litigation as well. That is what itís intended to do.

If that did not take place, the insurance would be worthless as protection. And besides, the
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of the final outcome, it is how they demonstrate to current enrollees that the program has
real value. Aside from the premium cost, enrollees will not incur a penny of additional cost for
legal defense against both criminal prosecution and any subsequent ensuing civil litigations.
The only thing "wrong" is your over-generalization of the policy especially as it relates to the topic. I am very familiar with the type of insurance, it's intent, and the realities. And when you over-generalize AND insert within a topic like this you are misleading people, largely based out of ignorance in attempting to make some type of statement.


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