That reminded me. I heard that if you blow a smoke ring vortex inside another they both oscillate in and out of each other through the air. I need to go and do a check on youtube if anyone has actually done this as I've never seen it.theal wrote:circles going in and out of each other
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- Sat Feb 4, 15:24 2017
- Forum: Random
- Topic: what's your favorite graphical pattern?
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^ Would you consolidate replies into one post in the future? It makes things easier to read/follow. Yes I will Sonic#. Sorry about that. I've been away for some time and I didn't see so many replies at first, but then I felt that I should reply to everyone who replied to me. Multiple replies in one...
I'd have to agree that jeans would make it nearly impossible to grab balls. I suppose the "Curtescine Lloyd approach" would work the best (please see my reply to rowan above for details).Enigma wrote:I'd imagine grabbing someone's balls would be nearly impossible through jeans..
I know kicking is not what was mentioned there but generally you're not going to have an opportunity to grab like that either. I agree that it could be a difficult to get the opportunity to grab, especially if trousers are worn. I suppose that it could be very effective if clothing is removed, for ...
I think that it was really interesting what you did Sonic#. I don't look on that kind of "obsession" as a bad thing. It demonstrates a very sharp inquisitive mind. Thank you for investigating further.Sonic# wrote:What I just did is arguably obsessive
it covered how to break the hold of an assailant depending on where they grabbed you, as well as the ultimate technique of "Grab Twist Pull" anytime a man's testicles were in reach. I recently read a great post by a woman who teaches Krav Maga (a self-defense system developed for the Israel Defense...
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