Jan
12

Brian Kagen pick: “Harry Enfield – Methods of Self-Defence” from youtube.com

“Harry Enfield’s TV prog of the 90s. Available on DVD, but these Cholmondley-Warner (pronounced Chumley) slots were a sketch each week in a mixed sketch show, similar to The Fast Show.”

“Where the devils me intended victim offted to?” hahahaha, this stuff is my fav from this show.

“Loved how the cop cuffs the ruffian on the back o’ the head and drags him off by the ear…must be a graduate of MY MOM’s school of police defensive tactics! LOL”

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Comments

  1. with the instinctive deference of his class the burly fellow will automatically remove his hat and wring it with both hands, … thus rendering himself harmless!

  2. Osensei new all of these waza as seen here…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoDK3XuvZWw

  3. …read recently about how 2 game wardens, somewhat reluctantly, pulled over a drunk driver. They couldn’t actually arrest him and had to wait an hour for the Highway Patrol to show up. They kept him engaged talking about fishing and hunting (he had no drivers license, but a valid fishing license). They gave him a coat because he was cold. And, of course, they repeatedly had to deflect his requests to get back in his car. Eventually the CHP arrived and took him into custody. Later they learned that the guy’s rap sheet, when it came in exhausted the paper in the fax machine. He was wanted on several warrants and previous offenses included assault with a deadly weapon and assault on police officers. They had done really excellent defensive waza…

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