Bernie DeKoven's JunkLog
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There’s this game called Maktot. It’s also called Kadima. According to this article in a recent issue of Hadassah Magazine, Maktot, “…Hebrew for rackets, is a bizarre sport: It has practically no rules, no winners and can go on forever, making it in many respects a metaphor for the Middle East conflict.” It’s played like this: “…two players, […]
Floris Koot, inventor of Switchball, has created a detailed, and highly playable description of a truly playful, and playfulness-inspiring re-interpretation of what sports are really for. Fun, of course. He explains: The game is played with 5 to 7 teams at the same time, in a field that is preferably one big circle. The sport is fluid. […]
A message from Lord Peters, Sledge-Hammer-Wielder-in-Chief: Hey kids! Here we are playing Mondo Croquet in San José, the capital of the fine country of Costa Rica! As you may know, our long range goal is to be part of the Summer Olympics, perhaps you’ve heard of it… Here’s a step towards our goal – friends […]
Those people in the picture are trying to see how many inner tubes one person can lift. What this is, is a picture of something else you can do with junk to bring fun where there’s not enough. It’s just one of the Record Breaking activities from Ron Jones wonderful book Shared Victory, a Collection […]
via Svane Frode Think of it as tether ball for your feet.
I found a new resource for invented sports. On your behalves, I looked for a good sample. I found Whippse. Not much on YouTube or the Interwebs. But I found enough to convince me that this game looks like fun.
Metafilter notes: If you built a $7,000 pool table big enough to walk around on and replaced the balls with soccer balls, you’d be playing Snookball. The sport was invented by two French entrepreneurs and there are 10 tables in that country so far. “We know this game will be popular when beer is involved,” […]
This is not about sports, but about an approach to using things that is the core message of this website. Enjoy.
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