[Illustration: a hand extended out of a pool of water, making the "V"
SINK: A GAME
by Ala Hera, E.L., N.S.; Rayville Apple Panthers
SINK is played by Discordians and people of much ilk.
PURPOSE: To sink an object or a thing . . . in water or mud or
anything you can sink something in.
RULES: Sinking is allowed in any manner. To date, ten pound chunks
of mud were used to sink a tobacco can. It is preferable to have a
pit of water or a hole to drop things in. But rivers, bays, gulfs --
I dare say even oceans -- can be used.
TURNS are taken thusly: whomsoever gets the junk up and in the air
DUTY: It shall be the duty of all persons playing SINK to help find
more objects to sink, once one object is sunk.
UPON SINKING: The sinked shall yell, "I sank it!" or something
equally as thoughtful.
NAMING OF OBJECTS is sometimes desirable. The object is named by the
finder of such object and whoever sinks it can say, for instance, "I
sunk Columbus, Ohio."
"In a way, we're kind of a Peace Corps."
-- Maj. A. Lincoln German, Training
Director of the Green Beret Special
Warfare School, Ft. Bragg, N.C.
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