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    Default I Believe This Is An Example Of 'Badass'

    http://ijr.com/the-declaration/2017/...owning-puddle/

    'Drowned ISIS fighter in a puddle.' Running out of ammo, decided it would be better to fight with bare hands than be captured and beheaded. While no casualty numbers were given, let's just say that the SAS guys made their rendezvous, and it was ISIS that took off.
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    Gave me goosebumps reading that. Those are MEN. Unreal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathianne View Post
    http://ijr.com/the-declaration/2017/...owning-puddle/

    'Drowned ISIS fighter in a puddle.' Running out of ammo, decided it would be better to fight with bare hands than be captured and beheaded. While no casualty numbers were given, let's just say that the SAS guys made their rendezvous, and it was ISIS that took off.
    When in a fight with the certainty of either you dying or the attacker, one can summon up the -- ""inner beast"" -- if they have one.
    That inner beast is English language translation, for the Native American term ""warrior spirit"".
    A true warrior has such a inner dwelling force.. one that in a split second gives out massive strength , speed and gut ripping force ....

    Sure seems to me those heroes were rightly in tune with theirs!!!
    Once summoned, sometimes that inner rage is very, very hard to re-cage...... -Tyr
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    I'm so glad this had a great ending. Would make an interesting movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbey View Post
    I'm so glad this had a great ending. Would make an interesting movie.
    In today's Hollywood, the ISIS fighters would have to be white guys - "Christian extremists" and the Brits would have to have at least two women, a homosexual and a Muslim.

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