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    " Steven Segal Lessons: (Your location)


    Steven Segal lessons:

    Don't be a victim any more.

    Learn how to protect yourself, not the aggressor.

    Learn special personal defense tactics, to protect yourself and loved ones.

    Learn gun safety and special tactics to protect yourself and others.

    Gun repair and modification to California's new laws.

    Learn just what you are interested in.

    Train individually or in a group.

    Charges on a hourly bases.

    bring your list of questions.

    Instructor: a retired Navy Seal.

    Call for information and appointments,"

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    http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sgv...856913594.html

    I am a little confused on the "Learn how to protect yourself, not the aggressor." part. How to not protect the aggressor? This must be a type of counceling type of service? Perhaps Psychological? Or does he mean physical? I wonder what his hourly rates are....

  • #2
    Hmm. Never realized that Steven Segal was a hometown boy... born in Lansing, Michigan. I'm hoping there's another instructor because I don't think Steven Segal was a Navy Seal -- though he portrayed one in a couple of movies.

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    • #3
      Maybe they're lessons in how to be like Steven Segal? Somehow I just don't see Steven Segal advertising his own lessons on Craigslist.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by pgsmith View Post
        Maybe they're lessons in how to be like Steven Segal? Somehow I just don't see Steven Segal advertising his own lessons on Craigslist.
        Haha, that is great. I did not think of it like that. What you said must be the ice breaker for when the person comes over to inquire about the lessons .

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        • #5
          Among those lession, I like "Learn special personal defense tactics, to protect yourself and loved ones." most. I train karate everyday

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          • #6
            Oooh that's hardly true since now he is a rather lazy fellow who just enjoys the sweet retirement and show in japanease commercials once in a while)

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            • #7
              Sounds like a motivational speaker.

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              • #8
                Sounds like a motivational speaker.

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