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How to Kick Someone's Ass: 365 Ways to Take the Bastards Down
     

How to Kick Someone's Ass: 365 Ways to Take the Bastards Down

by E.R. Silverman
 

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A drunk giant comes charging at you in a bar.
Go with a roundhouse kick, Judo hip throw, or Karate punch to bring him to the ground.

Your cheapskate neighbor refuses to pay you back.
The next time he's on vacation, turn on his backyard hose. By the time he returns home, his yard will be a swamp and his water bill will be through the roof.

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A drunk giant comes charging at you in a bar.
Go with a roundhouse kick, Judo hip throw, or Karate punch to bring him to the ground.

Your cheapskate neighbor refuses to pay you back.
The next time he's on vacation, turn on his backyard hose. By the time he returns home, his yard will be a swamp and his water bill will be through the roof.

Some juiced-up meathead starts trouble at the gym.
Take him down to size with an Aikido wrist twist.

There's more than one way to skin a cat--or kick someone's ass. In this rough and ready field guide, you'll find 365 ways to nail the bastards who try to get you down. Written under an alias by a man who's been there, done that, and lived to deny it all, this is all you need to protect and avenge yourself against every possible threat--be it physical, emotional, psychological, financial, or otherwise. From cue balls and steel-toed boots to spiders and Krazy Glue, you'll find an amazing array of household weapons and tactics designed to put that moron in his or her place once and for all.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440507151
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
05/18/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
224
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

E.R. Silverman is an undercover alias used by the author while he was working for one of those three-letter alphabet agencies run by the U.S. government. For twenty-five years, he carried a concealed weapon and has seen his share of violence. His other writing credits include several articles, and about sixty published short stories, including those in Easyriders Magazine and Outlaw Biker.

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