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Subject: Re: Olympic Thoughts? Date: 2/12/2002 5:26 PM
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"Geez, let's make a sport out of running onto the frozen pond and sliding on your rear end....measure the distance and award the gold for the longest slide."

In college, we had the "Bare Arse 500", where we soaped the tile hallway of the dorm, pushed off from the door at the end, and measured who went the farthest backwards butt naked.

In high school, we had broom ball. You had to wear shoes, not skates, and you played a "hockey-like" game hitting a basketball with a broom and trying to score a goal. It helped if you were over 18 and had a brewski first. A lot of 0-0 ties though.

Perhaps we could add these to the Olympics?
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