> On 15 Mag, 11:52, Traveler <trave...@nospam.net> wrote: > <snip> > > You have been amusing for a while, but you are getting repetitive, > this is boring. > > If you don' troll better I will stop playing with you so you'll have > to post your rants all alone on you blog where noone ever makes a > comment. ahahahahah
Back when I was living in Berkeley some friends and I played a game called "Walk a Moony". At the corner of Shattuck and Center streets, in the heart of down-town Berkeley, there is a BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) station. Pedestrian traffic is heavy all day long, but especially during peak commute hours. There are a number of Bookstores, Cafes, and shops clustered nearby, and, at any given time, some large number of advocates: those looking for signatures on petitions, others seeking to sign unregistered voters, hucksters looking for a game of chess at a dollar a game (and, for a while, beating those guys is how I kept myself fed - till they refused to play me), acrobats, jugglers, musicians (I jammed with some of them) and, of course, followers of the Reverend Sung Young Moon. The game concerned the latter: points were allocated by the number of blocks yuo could get a Moony to walk with you (no points for fractional blocks). I won most of the time, using a simple strategy:"uh, huh, that sounds very interesting, but I'm in a big hurry, do you mind if we walk while you explain it to me"? I once walked a Moony 13 blocks using that basic stratagem.