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How To Find a Spouse Via Ping Pong

We have touted Ping Pong as a remarkable means of improving body and mind, and we’ve noted how beneficial it can be for those with Parkinson’s Disease. But perhaps that’s just too narrow a view of this sport’s potential benefits. Consider this: Ping Pong (table...

Raise The Net (A Ping Pong blog)

Editor’s Cautionary Note: Lao Du, a.k.a. “Retro Man,” is not a relic of some bygone era – he is a relic of today! His views are anachronistic and outmoded. He even talks like he’s from a bygone century. For example, he uses “22 Skidoo” all the time; nobody – and I...

Neanderthals (Editor: More screwy hooey from Lao Du)

I just saw this article from Scientific Reports which headlined: “Neanderthals may have used their hands differently from humans.” As an ardent ping pong player, this aroused my curiosity as to how the Neanderthals may have held their rackets when they played our...

“Hope Springs Eternal”

I just read a synopsis of Michael J. Fox’s latest memoir, “No Time Like The Future,” and it reminded me once again not to have the nerve to complain about … anything! This man, who founded an organization to end Parkinson’s Disease through medical research, is a model...

The Majestic Mercy Point (a ping pong blog)

     I was being beaten really bad. Nary a point for me towards the end of the game.  Now I consider that a case of depraved indifference.  The guy who is depraved, you should understand, is the guy doing the whipping (i.e., not me).  Don’t confuse that person with...

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