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(Deadspin)   "This is a Japanese sport called Bo-Taoshi. Remember that game you played in grade school where a kid would stand on top of a mound of snow or dirt and everyone else would try to push him off? It's basically that, except with more flying jump kicks"   ( ) divider line 5
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2014-08-05 01:51:14 PM  
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No, no child of this generation knows of such things because if they tried it everyone would go to counseling for aggressive behavior, bullying, and general butthurt at King of the Mountain not being being determined by a fair lottery taking into how account how disadvantaged they are. The King of the Mountain himself would be frog marched to juvie for such disruptive behavior and Nancy Grace would take about it for months.
2014-08-05 11:58:44 AM  
2 votes:
Soooo it's Emperor of the Hill
2014-08-05 01:32:04 PM  
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2014-08-05 01:18:50 PM  
1 vote:
That looks like an awesome game.
2014-08-05 01:09:48 PM  
1 vote:
Ah, Japanese culture, once again making something childishly simple into a overstuffed production with ridiculous amounts of attention to detail and motheaten, incomprehensible ritual, crossed with an unsubtle reminder that society is a combination of ruthless group participation and conformity and male violence against individuals that stand out.

No wonder the Japanese get along with USians so well, there's just a native similarity there that runs very, very deep.
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