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    i just read this on a motorcycle form that im on...


    Wow guys it was an unreal night. So I go over to my buddies house to watch game 2 of the heat vs. mavricks last night and I drove over there because it was too chilly to ride. So game is over and a bunch of us are just sitting around when out of the front window we see a shady looking van roll by really slow with its headlights off. I knew drive by's didn't happen in this neighboorhood so I ask everyone where there bikes are.

    My buddy just got a 2006 LE R1 and it was parked in the garage. We all go out back to throw some hot dogs on the grill and I go inside to go grab some pop out of the garage. I open the door to the garage and there are 3 guys in the garage with the van pulled backed up to the garage. One guy is sitting on the bike with the keys in hand (my buddy leaves the keys on a key holder in the garage. And the other 2 are standing in front of the garage watching out.

    So I yell "Guys call the cops!" I look at the guy on the bike, "Get the *uck outta here man 5-0 is on the way." Now i've got some muscle to me, 6'1" 190lbs and I've been fighting MMA for like a year but I dont feel like getting into a brawl with 3 criminals who more then likley have a gun or knife on them.

    The guy on the bike jumps off and starts to walk twords me. I went into survival mode. I don't even think and jack the guy in the face and knock him on his ass. His buddies come after me and one sticks me in the face really good.

    My buddy comes out who's pretty big too after hearing all of this from inside and beats the **** outta the guy who sticks me. The other cat who was first on the bike gets back up and comes after me again.

    Now for those of you who dont know I had my bike stolen last summer so its a sensitve subject for me. Now that its pretty much 2 on 2 ( the other thief is knocked out) I decide I'm gonna make these *ssholes pay for everyone who has ever had their bike jacked. I stick the one dude bad in the face and grab him by the arm and wrap it up against my body. I take him down to the ground and roll over. Now i've got this dick in an all out armbar.

    For those of you who dont know its an MMA subbmission hold that basically damn near breaks your arm. Yeah, it hurts. This dude is SCREAMING IN PAIN. All I could think about was the pain I felt having my *hit stolen so I pull harder. He's taping my arm and i'm almost laughing that this guy is trying to tap out haha. Finally I pull until his body can't take it anymore and I hear a snap. Broke that scum bags arm. It looked bad too I almost kinda felt bad for a splitsecond.

    Just as the other 2 are getting ready to leave the cops come flying in the driveway. They arrest all 3 and make me and my boy get looked at by medics (I had a nasty black eye and a few cuts). The cops are taking the report down and the one asks me, "hey just curious, how did that guys arm get broken?" "ummmmm, he might have fallen I think in the struggle." "Oh, yea I guess his picked the wrong garage to fall in huh?" He was laughing about it.

    Well luckily the arrested the guys for criminal tresspassing, breaking and entering, and attempted grand theft auto. 2 of them had warrents for snatchin bikes in the city and I would guess will be gettin locked up. There's gonna be a court date for all 3 that we are going to have to testify in. The worst part about this was my buddies bike was on a pitbull stand and somehow the bike came loose and got knocked over during all of this. Fell down and just has some comestic damage, broken mirror and a few scratches. Luckily none of us got hurt. Cops said basically all my crap was self defense since they were in my buddies place but I'm just thankful none of us got hurt.

    Somehow someway they had some sort of electrical device that tripped his garage door opener and opend the door. He called a local security company and is going to have a survelience system installed next week.
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    how very rude...

    he should have simply said.. .

    "Pardon me gentlemen, but that does not belong to you, perhaps you would not mind leaving it as it is. If you would like to come inside for a hot dog and cool relaxing beverage i am sure we can sit down and discuss your difficulties like civilized men adn perhaps you will see the errors of your ways."


    and that way noone would have had to get hurt...

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    I would say that all involved (on both sides) got rather lucky that night.

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    Good for you. I hate thieves. Some people just need a good whippin. Obviously some pretty bad folks considering they choose to fight and not run. Nice to know your training took over and you were able to avoid serious injury.

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    They're lucky all they got was a broken arm. I know if that had been one of my buddies house you'd probably be reading about how one or more of them got shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler
    They're lucky all they got was a broken arm. I know if that had been one of my buddies house you'd probably be reading about how one or more of them got shot!
    i hear ya there...
    i think it would be kinda cool to say you broke some ones arm defending yourself, your buddy and his house

    Good for you. I hate thieves. Some people just need a good whippin. Obviously some pretty bad folks considering they choose to fight and not run. Nice to know your training took over and you were able to avoid serious injury.
    just to clairify, it was not me.. it was a post that i read on a motorcycle forum that im on.. it was a cool story so i figured id share
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    oops. sorry. missed that or just got sooo excited about those guys getting what they deserved i just plain forgot......oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Kenpo
    oops. sorry. missed that or just got sooo excited about those guys getting what they deserved i just plain forgot......oh well.
    not a problem... i just dont want to take credit for something i didnt do..
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    Quote Originally Posted by gixxershane
    not a problem... i just dont want to take credit for something i didnt do..
    Yeah, but you know you could. LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler
    Yeah, but you know you could. LOL.
    than i would be lieing my friend
    "The sacraed rights of mankind are not to be rummaged for among old parchments or musty records. They are written, as with a sunbeam, in the whole volume of human nature, by the hand of the divinity itself, and can never be erased.""

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