The World Adult Kickball Association

Date:September 2, 2003 / year-entry #44
Tags:non-computer
Orig Link:https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/oldnewthing/20030902-00/?p=42683
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Summary:"People just want to come out and have fun," Smith said. "A lot of the sports leagues out there, unless you're die-hard, unless you're so serious, people end up getting left out," he said. Not so with kickball. "People haven't done it since grade school, so it's not like people have been out there... playing...

"People just want to come out and have fun," Smith said. "A lot of the sports leagues out there, unless you're die-hard, unless you're so serious, people end up getting left out," he said.

Not so with kickball. "People haven't done it since grade school, so it's not like people have been out there... playing kickball every week for the last 15 years," Smith said. [Seattle Times, 18 August 2003]

Of course, something as goofy as this must certainly have a web site.

My kickball story: My first day at a new school I ran the bases backwards.



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