Death, Taxes, and a .38
by W. Hock Hochheim
The mixed-person world and how you fight. In this crazy life, you sometimes have to fight. And when you do, it is within the confines of the who, what, where, when, how, and why. Work on the obvious answers first and then filter down. The selection process you choose for your so-called
And it should be noted this learning process is NOT prolonged brain surgery. No prolonged commitments to particular martial arts. No dogma. Just doctrine.
(As I age, I can foresee my last vestige of fighting as a hammerless, snub-nosed .38 in my jacket pocket. All these years of work. And it will come down to that. Death, Taxes, and a .38.)