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Comments for http://liveloveandplay.com Wed, 22 Apr 2015 03:04:57 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.0.4 Comment on Day 21 – of 30 Days of Play by Rich http://liveloveandplay.com/2015/04/day-21-of-30-days-of-play/#comment-149 Wed, 22 Apr 2015 03:04:57 +0000 http://liveloveandplay.com/?p=176#comment-149 I don’t know about champion. I only remember that when I was a kid. We had many different ways of making a paper airplane. I also remember that we would sometimes attach paper clips to the plane to keep it from unfolding or to adjust the balance. No paper clips tonight, though. All the other designs are lost to memory. The only design I remember was the simplest one. We didn’t know about the KISS principle back then, but we knew what worked.

Comment on Day 8 – of 30 Days of Play by Lynn http://liveloveandplay.com/2015/04/120/#comment-148 Thu, 09 Apr 2015 02:40:26 +0000 http://liveloveandplay.com/?p=120#comment-148 What was interesting was even though what you were playing seemed violent, I didn’t see you as being violent. Watching it, from the outside, it was the ninjas fighting.

Comment on Day 8 – of 30 Days of Play by Rich http://liveloveandplay.com/2015/04/120/#comment-147 Thu, 09 Apr 2015 02:20:59 +0000 http://liveloveandplay.com/?p=120#comment-147 Most of the “action figures” I played with as a child were plastic army men or other “war toys.” Mediation was an unknown concept to us. It was pretend violence, and no one except the occasional melting army man got hurt. Now we have ninjas, I guess because army men seem too current these days and ninjas are something safe from the past, like Cowboy and Native Americans or something.
Any way, I’m glad that my fooling around and recreating some of my childhood play made you laugh. I like your laughter.