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July 29, 2009


Never mind.

(Thanks to Gary Darling)


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Can't have those sweaty-toothed madmen slinging those shuttlecocks around!

Darn! One of my favorite activities is to play catch with a javelin while propelling roller skates.

Well, I feel safer.

You can have my frisbee™ when you pry it from my cold dead hand.

You can have my frisbee™ when you pry it from my cold dead hand.

Posted by: Jeff Meyerson | July 29, 2009 at 06:33 PM

*gets machete out* ok...

Horace I'd like to see you do that! Take some pictures. I'm sure it's not dangerous...hehehehehe

New beach game: You have to "catch" the Frisbee by stabbing it with a javelin - while on roller blades....blindfolded.

I like to take government types' sippy cups and play keep away with them.

*tosses frisbee to Siouxie*

never mind

Here's a picture of one of my earlier attempts.

Playing catch on the beach makes it harder to drink beer. I am in full support of this law.

Shouldn't you ask someone to hold your beer while you throw a javelin while rollerblading?

And folks wonder why there's an obesity crisis. We've outlawed physical activity as being "too dangerous." Of course, since it seems we're on the road to outlawing certain foods and beverages as being "too dangerous" as well in order to combat the obesity crisis it seems our only option left is to throw javelins or frisbees at McDonald's patrons while in designated areas.

"We also mandate that any citizen engaging in any activity in a common area be completely sheathed in bubble-wrap as to insure safe congress."

When I was a kid I was always riding my bicycle or skate board. I also roller skated a lot. All without a helmet. I never got hurt. Inside the house I played with my Easy Bake oven and Creepy Crawlers maker which was not only extremely hot but you used hot melted plastic goop to make the bugs. Again, never got hurt. Today's kids wouldn't last 5 minutes.

Just curious. Is Darling the real last name of the fellow that submitted this or is Judi just really fond of him?

This is an outrage. Frisbee is an innocent sport.

I like to take government types' sippy cups and play keep away with them.

Posted by: CJrun | July 29, 2009 at 06:59 PM

*SNORKS!!!* at CJ!!!

So just who propels rollerskates in the same way as you do a Frisbee?

And finally, I'm glad, very glad, that Jeff did NOT say, "You can have my shuttlecock when you pry it from my cold dead hand..." Jus' sayin'

So if you can't propel shuttlecocks, then you have to... handle them?

you kids get off my lawn!

Here's a picture of one of my earlier attempts.

Posted by: Horace LaBadie | July 29, 2009 at 07:08 PM

OW OW OW OW OW OW OW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Who needs a frisbee when you've got this to play with.

"No person or persons shall engage in rough or potentially dangerous activity... involving thrown or otherwise propelled objects such as balls, stones, arrows, javelins, shuttlecocks, Frisbees, model aircraft or roller skates..."

Sounds like a wild Saturday night to me!

Throwing a javelin is not dangerous--catching one is...

...and no matter how hard you hit a shuttlecock it's not exactly a speeding bullet, is it?

But you can still kick sand on 90 lb weaklings... right ?

Badmitton? What about Tiddlywinks? Or Cornhole?

Badmitton? What about Tiddlywinks? Or Cornhole?

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