posted on May, 18 2007 @ 12:00 AM
Lmao, it wasn't arrogance, it was knowledge.
I WAS born into poverty, and lived poor until I was roughly 16, give or take.
Raised in a rural setting until I was 12.
2 disabled parents, a totaly monthly income of $1,800, and full blown adult responsibilites by age 11.
Father was a Marine, and became disabled in 1997, due to back injuries, and had to undergo a Spinal Fusion, and 5 other back surgeries.
Mother became disabled 1999, due to Osteoperosis, and 21% bone loss.
So I know all about hard times lol.
Second, I train in MMA (Sambo, and Kick Boxing, now learning Boxing to increase my stand up) and have since I was 18, I'm now 24.
So for any law enforcement personel to get cocky, and say I couldnt take them, is in for a huge surprise.
We get Army boys, Marines, and these junior detectives come into the gym all the time wanting to use the equipment and train.
I've yet to see any of them give us a run for our money.
Just to back that up, look back at UFC before Dana White bought it, there was a Marine who went into it, supposed tough as nails guy, and got his ass
whipped in round 1.
Sorry, MMA is where it's at, and my moneys on the fact that myself, or even those more inexperienced than me, would take any cop/marine/army infantry
guy, and wipe the floor with em.
Now, as for what I said, it still stands.
Younger people are a huge threat to older people, thats a fact of life.
When your younger, your careless, when your older, your more reserved, or refined.. you value life more.
Do you honestly think a 21yr old would give 2 thoughts about ending your life, and your families, if he needed something you had?
Time to wake up people, America is not only gotten much more cold hearted, but also at an earlier age.