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Weekly Writing Roundup – July 14

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  1. Glenn says:

    Thanks for the encouraging words. In one particular instance of having my work critiqued, the attack did become personal. I left the room and the group before the incident got out of hand. Don’t touch to the stove when the fire’s lit, and if you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen.

    That’s my two cents for today.

  2. Tom Pawels says:

    I was paid to instruct judo by a national service organization.
    In my experience trained fighters can batter each other for an hour.
    Untrained people, caught in a brawl collapse within one minute, winded
    .I lived on the country’s most violent streets, by published survey.
    I walk.
    I have had five violent encounters.
    The trouble with fictional fights is that they are not real.
    You want a simulation of a real fight between TRAINED fighters, watch THE BOURNE Trilogy.

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