How to Play Mumbley Peg | The Art of Manliness

Learn how to play mumbley peg, a classic game with pocket knives.

“There are different variations of Mumbley Peg. One version involves two opponents who stand opposite from one another, feet shoulder-width apart. The first player takes his pocket knife and throws it at the ground, so that it sticks into the ground as close as possible to his own foot. The second player take his knife and does the same. The player who sticks his knife closest to his own foot wins. A player could automatically win if he purposely stuck his knife into his own foot. What can we say, this was a time before Xbox 360. Kids needed something do.”

Source: How to Play Mumbley Peg | The Art of Manliness

Piper Lets Kids Design Circuits Using Minecraft And Electricity | TechCrunch

With Piper, we can turn Minecraft into something more exciting. The kit lets kids create circuits in real life and then see how they interact in Minecraft. It lets you, for example, add a battery and a button to a breadboard and see those parts pop up on the screen. Electricity flowing through virtual wires simulates what is happening in real life.

Source: Piper Lets Kids Design Circuits Using Minecraft And Electricity | TechCrunch

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