But it's played inside on hardwood courts with leather-covered balls of various consistencies, similar to those used for bags or hacky-sack
Library Director Christine Flaherty got a laugh from the audience when she mentioned her son was arrested by West years ago for playing Hacky-Sack
in the park.
t was playing hacky-sack
, tra-la-ing down Saint Street
And New York's Lizzie Owens' Highland guy loafs around with stoners and hacky-sack
players more than Alpha-dogs.
A nearby older dude remarked to his even-older friend, "It looks like they're playing hacky-sack
." His tone wasn't hostile, he just seemed perplexed that these guys were wildly flipping their boards in a small area when there were so many unique obstacles around.
The other teacher is a former college hacky-sack
champion and a veteran of several anti-war demonstrations in DC.
On a cold January day with a northwest wind whipping snow sideways, Cambrian College instructor Bruce Cowton had his first-year powerline technician apprentices-in-training harnessed and aloft 15 feet on poles hand-tossing a hacky-sack
to one another.
The teacher tosses a small ball, hacky-sack
, or koosh ball to a student who then responds to the prompt.
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With the input of physics and art teachers, Smith has directed students to use 3-D computer-assisted design software to create plans for a robot that can move and sling a hacky-sack
across the classroom.
He enjoyed camping, swimming, fishing at Sharps Creek, looking for mushrooms, playing hacky-sack
and riding his Harley.
Robin, who is co-author of the book Your Money or Your Life, which presents a model for happy living with reduced consumption, likens a good conversation to a game of hacky-sack
, where group participation is the leading factor for success: "The point is to keep the ball up and in play, not to make the defining move.