The Goode Fyght — Chapter the Fifth

Posted By on May 14, 2017

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4 Responses to “The Goode Fyght — Chapter the Fifth”

  1. Steve says:

    Moving right along.

    • Randy says:

      Always, and not unlike the principles of Irish stick fighting with the shillelagh — Either advance or stand your ground, but NEVER retreat.

  2. Steve says:

    Indeed, and which is not to be confused with attacking with rearward motion. Always maintaining the attitude of going forward … regardless of direction

  3. Steve says:

    More to follow in the above comment. Many believe that moving in a reverse manner is indicative of retreating. I do not agree, and perchance I would suggest that neither do you. When odd are intell8ibly determined to be overwhelming, there is nothing wrong or incorrect with changing direction of attack and close.
    I would use the reverse attitude when necessary to put all transgressors on one side so they can be dealt with individually or enmasse as the case may be.
    Too often, those without consciousness of situation will think in terms of being annihilated rather than taking the offensive and destroying targets at will and at random.

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