Video: 5 Basic Self-Defense Techniques for Men and Women

July 23, 2007 at 1:46 pm Leave a comment

So, since we are going to be living in a world where people may not be as friendly to one another, I thought it would be a good idea to help people learn some self-defense techniques. Guru Kurtis is an expert in 19 different forms of martial arts, and is a teddy-bear but a complete bad ass who can destroy you with his pinky.

Of course, the best defense is to live peacefully, share with one another in micro-communities that are self sufficient – but you may find yourself crossing paths with an angry person pissed off that the modern world is ending. Someone who may not want to listen to reason, and you might just have to defend yourself. My hope is to go get a sponsor to make these kinds of videos… this one is an idea I want to pitch to Dodge because Kurtis loves that brand of car. Of course, it won’t matter what car dealers or brands sponsor in the future unless it’s a different technology that is affordable for people in debt. Not very likely… I expect car prices to plummet soon, right along with housing.

I’m all for bike culture and walking, but in order to get this kind of messaging out to massive amounts of people, it will need some money to back it. What do you folks think?

PS – Don’t mind the waterfall hissing dound – this is just an idea piece!

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