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Date:11/23/2014 4:39:43 AM
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Polly That's A Big Yes! You=Float And
....Miss Zippy=Side Steppin' Swabbies. Look up ARNIS on google and it will give you some "YouTube" videos which show you what this will look like. Alot of them are using sticks but "poles" used properly have more energy/strength with the blow due to the physics of it. The longer the weapon, the greater the strength of the blow. While it wold only take one blow by a pole (using ARNIS), it would take 2 to 3 blows to break a bone or head. Utilizing a mop in this manner can make it a deadly weapon! So, the nightly news could rightly report that Parrot Pirates were seen swabbing the deck on a clipper ship today near the NC coast. The public is warned not to approach because they are armed and dangerous. That would be US. See ya, Polly & Miss Zippy! Hugs, SamIAm
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