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Winning Ping Pong (even if you lose) Part II

First, let me say this: If you’re not having fun, you’re not winning.  If winning at ping pong has become your sole purpose, your primary mission in life, then go see a shrink or something, because you’re barking up the wrong tree.  Maybe you should find something to...

Winning Ping Pong (how not to stink up the joint)

Remember:  It’s a game, it’s only a game.  Now, having said that, I realize that everyone wants to win.  Some are serious about it – some very serious – while some seem to take delight, judging by their lasting smiles, in just playing “for the fun of it,” winning not...

A Great Match ( ping pong blog)

     Here is some wisdom that encapsulates a winning philosophy in tennis and ping pong:   Keep the ball in play against beginning and average (intermediate) players and you will win most of the time.  Consistency – not making mistakes - is the key here.  Try not to...

Part II: Expunge The Sponge

I was a kid from the 50’s living in Flushing, New York City.  That’s when Flushing had only 3 Chinese people there – and, by the way, I knew all of them. Wait, wait, I forgot, there was Ling Ling, too, so there were four.   No, no, I’m sorry.  Mistake.   Ling Ling was...

Prudence and Sensitivity (not): An Interview with Lao Du

Editor:  Lao Du, how are you feeling? LD:  Well, except  for the cough, the fever and the shortness of breath, I’m fine. Editor:  That’s not funny. LD:  Ok, ok, no shortness of breath. Editor: Still not funny. LD:  Ok, okay, I would feel much better if I could notch...

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