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What if I told you that in my hand I hold the secret to world harmony that diplomats have been searching for for centerys That a toy about the size of a plumb can improve your physical and mental well being tremendously It may sound corny but it may even bring you at peace with the world You may call me crazy but I believe that this little devise can do all these things This is the hackysac or footbag as it is officially known and it is the only component necessary in a very exciting game But to me it is much more than a game To me it is an expressive dance a natural high an important social skill that everyone should become familiar I am now going familiarize you with this social skill by explaining some philosophy behind it and showing you some basic kicks The Olympics claim to promote peace and unity but any hacker will tell you the true goodwill game is hackysack It has kept warrior guards awake in ancient China warmed up the legs of soccer players and helped treat sports injuries by stretching muscles and tendons Through its lattest incarnation though its the ultimate neo-hippie sportthe athletic equivalent of tie-dyed clothing or listening to the Grateful Dead Hackysacs reputation as a game of peace love and understanding may have begun during a 1987 American-Soviet peace walk protesting the arms race As hack circles developed along the road from Leningrad to Moscow people joked that summit meetings werent the answer and the true secret to lasting peace among nations lay in the game of hackysack The dynamics of the game reinforce the hacs image of a game of good-will Basically the hac is pass through the air with any part of the body except the hands and arms A circle is formed as more people join in and there is no limit to the
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