|Old_Zircon - 2012-09-14 |
...cool flashlight though.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-09-14 |
Stars for suggesting that you make yourself a target. Of course, he refutes this idea:
"I shine the light in someones eyes and kneel down, they shoot AT the light, which is where I am NOT."
What's holding the light up if you're NOT there? If the target has a semi-automatic weapon, a spray of bullets could still hit you. What about the people behind you that you've just endangered? If it's dark and you're facing the screen, which is lit, how can you even see the shooter's eyes?
Also, claiming "PUA Coach" as a career is worth five stars alone.
There's nothing wrong with making yourself a target if you are a PUA.
I can turn on PBR and listen to Rwandan genocide survivors talk about the murder squads who razed their village with less vitriol in their voice than Blue and Sudan have for...well, everyone.
|Comeuppance - 2012-09-14 |
I mean, aside from what the guy does for a living, I don't see anything evil/humorous about this. This is legitimately good advice - I've actually used a flashlight to get away from a dog that attacked me while I was walking one night (and also to signal to someone that their headlights weren't on).
You can get a crazy bright rechargeable LED flashlight that has a strobe feature just like that one does for 20 bucks on amazon. I have one, and it's really goddamn disorienting.
Did you see the part about how he always takes a gun to the movies, too?
John Holmes Motherfucker
The flashlight is for taking down crazed snipers.
The gun is for picking up girls.
Not as disorienting as my NINJA STARS stored in my spring loaded walking stick. Crazed gunman and street thugs will never know what hit them. Try me!
This is my flashlight, this is my gun...
The evil comes in at about 4:29, when he breathlessly wishes he could have been there to so that he "could have made a difference." Before that, it was just standard, tacticool neckbeard bullshit.
|Hooker - 2012-09-14 |
PUA coach has marshmallow fingers, shocking nobody.
|Riskbreaker - 2012-09-14 |
This is truly the point where the PUA crap breaks a man's brain, when they thing they can apply this bs to other things in life.
|Cena_mark - 2012-09-14 |
NOT LIGHT! My only weakness.
|Innocent Bystander - 2012-09-14 |
Oh, so not a fleshlight, then...
|Pillager - 2012-09-14 |
Strobe light effect?
Thanks, now I won't have to worry about epileptic muggers.
|Simillion - 2012-09-14 |
Irrelevant. The shooter was wearing a gas mask, this light wouldn't really have bothered him. Also, I'm assuming this PUA coach hasn't even heard of adrenaline.
|freedoom - 2012-09-14 |
I also carry a multi-mode high output flashlight. however i use it to peer into computers to illuminate my work space. I also use it to allow me to see when it's dark outside. If i were being shot at in a dark theater. I would probably hit the deck rather than go for my flashlight.
Yeah I might actually buy one of these, just not for any of the reasons he's suggesting.
John Holmes Motherfucker
Yeah, there's all sorts of reasons why a light, powerful flashlight could be handy. Stop the video at 1:30 and it makes sense.
|TheMarsTravolta - 2012-09-14 |
Using a flashlight on an attacker in an assault context does little to disorient the attacker, especially if they have a bead on your general location. Never mind in the chaos of a packed, dark theater. 5 stars for delusion.
|Gallez - 2012-09-14 |
Stay to the end, or go ahead to 4:40 before you stop listening. Remember, every male at the theater was not a man because he didn't stop the shooter, like this guy totally would have!
Thanks, you said it better than me.
He would have pointed the flashlight to his schlong.
::points to flashlight::
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