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    How much bag work do you do, and what types of bags do you use?
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    I do some bagwork, but I prefer to hit people, LOL.
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    Not much bag work.. I really don't care for it.. I prefer live bait
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    I had a BOB before I moved up here, and loved pounding on it where there were no live bodies available.
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    I like wave masters...and whatever is available...usually Bob...
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    I always felt bad for Bob.. just standing there.. minding his own buisness... not bothering anyone... sure he has a scowl.. but wouldent you if you had no arms and people jsut came up and kicked you in the head repeadilly? He never even complains about it.... poor guy....
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    One of our BB's keeps dressing his BOB up.. I'm worried bout them both..
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    I do some work on the wavemaster to warm up before practicing. I do prefer live bodies though!

    Funny thing i was in a studio the other day where they had a Bob and a Bobby! Both of them really look nasty. The Bob has this nasty scowl on - looks like he'd pull a knife on you in 2 seconds flat (if he had arms) and the Kid looks like a real bully! .... I guess it wouldn't be the same if they were all cheery and smiling!

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    If you look at B.O.B. and George Dillman there is a very strong resemblance. It is purported that the creator of B.O.B. and Dillman don't get a long and it was a very vindictive joke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Broad
    If you look at B.O.B. and George Dillman there is a very strong resemblance. It is purported that the creator of B.O.B. and Dillman don't get a long and it was a very vindictive joke.
    Now that's funny! Sort of like that Seinfeld episode where Elaine finds a manequin that looks exactly like her!

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    Our BOB is usually the main source of beating. Ever notice if you push in his nose a little bit he looks like Robin Williams?
    We have a few other bags, but BOB gives me the best idea of what I'm doing.

    Jamie - why does your post here strike me as funny?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miyu
    I like wave masters...and whatever is available...usually Bob...
    BOB or Bob?? LOL

    BOB is great for developing accuracy. Now, if I can just figure out how to keep him from falling over!
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    I love Bob ESPECIALLY when he's down on the ground. The extension to Destructive Twins is very nice to practice on Bob with. Ahhhh the pleasure of annihilating the Bob.
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    BOB or Bob?? LOL

    BOB is great for developing accuracy. Now, if I can just figure out how to keep him from falling over!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cameypsaromatis
    I love Bob ESPECIALLY when he's down on the ground. The extension to Destructive Twins is very nice to practice on Bob with. Ahhhh the pleasure of annihilating the Bob.
    I think BOB is only good for hands. Eye pokes, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cameypsaromatis
    I love Bob ESPECIALLY when he's down on the ground. The extension to Destructive Twins is very nice to practice on Bob with. Ahhhh the pleasure of annihilating the Bob.
    Yeah...but then the water starts to leak out and then you have to mop it up and it's a big ole' mess...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler
    Yeah...but then the water starts to leak out and then you have to mop it up and it's a big ole' mess...
    Thats why I use sand
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    I got a wavemaster for xmas, Definatly nice to pound when i am in the mood. But i like the sound of air leaving an attacker
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    I too like the sound of air leaving an attacker.
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    I'm pretty full of hot air so I make some interesting noises. Check out the twirling warriors vid clip on Dynamickenpo.ca and you'll hear a pretty nice UHHhhgh on the kick to my side
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casey_Sutherland
    I'm pretty full of hot air so I make some interesting noises. Check out the twirling warriors vid clip on Dynamickenpo.ca and you'll hear a pretty nice UHHhhgh on the kick to my side
    Yeah...farts are pretty interesting. I prefer the sound of bones breaking myself. Muahahahahahaha ....huh? Oh sorry...for the outburst....I haven't taken my meds today...LOL. J/K

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