Jump to content

Manhunt Launched For American Martial Arts Brawler Junie Browning: Phuket


Recommended Posts

  • Replies 165
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

There's some bloody nutters roaming around Thailand right now...How the hell do they all get in..Karons' getting a bit of a reputation now what with that nutter last year murdering the bar girl there..and chopping her up...nice people !!!!

Edited by sydneyjed
Link to post
Share on other sites

Looks like your typical arshole. To bad the suicide attempt in 2009 was not successful.

And who are you to post such a comment? Do you know him personally? Did you watch the scene??

THINK!!!!

Whilst I do not agree with Shot's sentiment, you might want to watch the youtube video, which is quite enlightening. The man is clearly a big bundle of trouble when he has been drinking and at the rate he is drinking, the only way is down. A sad, sad case of talent about to be wasted.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks for that video link . I think there can be no dispute that the Junie is a prize dick and undoubtably did something to start the problems. (No fact just based on video reference.)

This guy is a loose canon when he drinks..that's there for all to see!Wouldn't have mattered where he comes from..America..Australia or Antartica...Draw your own conclusion...I have after viewing that!Should be interesting when they catch up with him..the Thai's won't stuff around!Phuket jail or upto Klom Prem and believe me he'll know all about it!!

Link to post
Share on other sites

I competed in the biannual WKO event in Jomtien in 2008. Wearing the t-shirt around Pattaya; I got quite a few challenges from crackpots "testing the fighting guy". Even while inebriated I managed to smile my way out of it; worst that happened was some fool spat on my shoes, I bought him a beer and his friends calmed him down.

This guy has problems; and if he doesn't watch out; he won't see 30. Not everyone wants to just test their skills against you; some will want to make daisy food of you. You don't have to react like an a$$hole to an action from an a$$hole.

On the other hand if 10 guys tried to climb me I would do my best to take them all down hard; no mercy.

Link to post
Share on other sites

A troll post and responses have been removed.

the original post was sensible but i decided it may've been off topic.

as it's not possible to delete comments, i edited it out and replaced it with an "off topic" emoticon.

thats when the lonely muppet started doing its act with replies to it and i then did my muppet bashing and i guess around then you decided to delete it

Link to post
Share on other sites

He just can't handle his drink and or temper. A lot of fighters have the ability to diffuse the situation or pt someone down without a fuss. Doing the guy whilst in hospital later shows he is either a crap drinker or a complete loon, either way maybe a spell in the nick might bring him back down to earth, maybe he will grow up before someone plants him for good.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Half the farang are here to get away from something and find a better life. The other half come here to try to get away from themselves, and oops, there you are.

Two significant posts above leapt out at me. One was saying to give the guy a break, and the other was about people like this, if they can deal with their issues can turn into really beautiful people later in life. Focus on what you want, and don't give energy to what you don't want. I've been picked on by people very much like this in bars in Thailand when I've done nothing wrong other than being there, but I have stated publicly to bar owners on occasion, that there are never any fights in any establishment that I'm in. That's not because I'm a fighter or a mercenary (I can't fight for toffee, or actually I don't know because I've never tried since I was about 7 years old), what I mean is I choose to generate an atmosphere of relaxation, compassion and understanding. I can make friends wherever I go, even though I'm shy and lack confidence, I do know a core need is that people need reassurance that they're good people, and what we see in the video is a artifact of that, a response from a guy that is saddled with ego and face. What I want in my life is what I eventually get. For those afformentioned individuals that tried to make fights with me - now they shake my hand and buy me a drink - never a punch thrown. They *want* to be liked and respected, just like anyone does. Give them that, and their anger suddenly looks a bit silly, but let them slide that one away and you've suddenly got a good friend.

Link to post
Share on other sites

I competed in the biannual WKO event in Jomtien in 2008. Wearing the t-shirt around Pattaya; I got quite a few challenges from crackpots "testing the fighting guy". Even while inebriated I managed to smile my way out of it; worst that happened was some fool spat on my shoes, I bought him a beer and his friends calmed him down.

This guy has problems; and if he doesn't watch out; he won't see 30. Not everyone wants to just test their skills against you; some will want to make daisy food of you. You don't have to react like an a$hole to an action from an a$hole.

On the other hand if 10 guys tried to climb me I would do my best to take them all down hard; no mercy.

mma fighters do it in the ring, to rules and with a ref. on the street there are many guys who use nasty weapons and won't stop when the opposition says "ok i submit" or loses consciousness.

if you meet one of those guys, it won't need 10 of him to hurt you bad - before, during, or after your "take-down" technique.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Half the farang are here to get away from something and find a better life. The other half come here to try to get away from themselves, and oops, there you are.

Two significant posts above leapt out at me. One was saying to give the guy a break, and the other was about people like this, if they can deal with their issues can turn into really beautiful people later in life. Focus on what you want, and don't give energy to what you don't want. I've been picked on by people very much like this in bars in Thailand when I've done nothing wrong other than being there, but I have stated publicly to bar owners on occasion, that there are never any fights in any establishment that I'm in. That's not because I'm a fighter or a mercenary (I can't fight for toffee, or actually I don't know because I've never tried since I was about 7 years old), what I mean is I choose to generate an atmosphere of relaxation, compassion and understanding. I can make friends wherever I go, even though I'm shy and lack confidence, I do know a core need is that people need reassurance that they're good people, and what we see in the video is a artifact of that, a response from a guy that is saddled with ego and face. What I want in my life is what I eventually get. For those afformentioned individuals that tried to make fights with me - now they shake my hand and buy me a drink - never a punch thrown. They *want* to be liked and respected, just like anyone does. Give them that, and their anger suddenly looks a bit silly, but let them slide that one away and you've suddenly got a good friend.

why did they pick fights with you? did you offend them? or are they approaching strangers to cause trouble?

Link to post
Share on other sites

I competed in the biannual WKO event in Jomtien in 2008. Wearing the t-shirt around Pattaya; I got quite a few challenges from crackpots "testing the fighting guy". Even while inebriated I managed to smile my way out of it; worst that happened was some fool spat on my shoes, I bought him a beer and his friends calmed him down.

This guy has problems; and if he doesn't watch out; he won't see 30. Not everyone wants to just test their skills against you; some will want to make daisy food of you. You don't have to react like an a$hole to an action from an a$hole.

On the other hand if 10 guys tried to climb me I would do my best to take them all down hard; no mercy.

mma fighters do it in the ring, to rules and with a ref. on the street there are many guys who use nasty weapons and won't stop when the opposition says "ok i submit" or loses consciousness.

if you meet one of those guys, it won't need 10 of him to hurt you bad - before, during, or after your "take-down" technique.

True. However the majority are not looking to risk getting hurt; even if there is ten of them.

Let's hope this guy learns something from it (although his conduct in the hospital indicates chances are zero)

Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.


×
×
  • Create New...