Was introduced to a new game today at the Indian restaurant where I eat the noon buffet on a regular basis: Kabaddi. The host at the restaurant did his best to explain the sport, which was on television. I told him he should write up a brochure, as he had to explain to several patrons what was going on.


I didn't get it all, but it seems like a combination of football, wrestling and tag. Here is a sample. 


"The winning team gets huge prizes!" the host said.


What, money? I asked.


"No, each member of the winning team gets a new tractor!"


Well! Sounds like something we should have at the Polk County Fair.


Was introduced to a new game today at the Indian restaurant where I eat the noon buffet on a regular basis: Kabaddi. The host at the restaurant did his best to explain the sport, which was on television. I told him he should write up a brochure, as he had to explain to several patrons what was going on.

I didn't get it all, but it seems like a combination of football, wrestling and tag. Here is a sample. 

"The winning team gets huge prizes!" the host said.

What, money? I asked.

"No, each member of the winning team gets a new tractor!"

Well! Sounds like something we should have at the Polk County Fair.