By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “When you confuse politeness with weakness…”
  1. A textbook example of the difference between “non-aggression” and “non-violence.” In my experience, most men who follow the path of non-aggression are not practitioners of non-violence, in fact, most of them are quite practiced at violence… and very, very, very good at it.

    “Move away from my house.” “Stay away from my kids.” “Don’t do this.” “Get off my property.”

    The rattlesnake was shaking his tail. Dude choose to ignore the warning signs. Dad responded swiftly and efficiently.

    Anonymous Aussie Dad, if you’re ever reading this, you’re next pint is on me.

    1. Yep, some don’t people recognize the signs. They keep pushing.
      When the shirt comes off, you know you are dealing with an irrational person. Depending on what happens immediately before, you may get zapped while taking your shirt off….your hands are busy and I might decide to end it right there.

  2. …and then, kick him in the balls!!” – the end of every combatives lesson by Lt. Col. W. E. Fairbairn, British Army SOE

    If somebody made a line of boots with “FA,FO” reverse-stamped on the boot heel to leave a lasting impression in cases like this, it would sell a gajillion pairs.

    And if that was a neighbor or known acquaintance acting like that, any recidivism should involve a late-night visit to the wood chipper. Nobody that clod-headed would be missed.

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