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Air Hockey Table Top
- [[Image:AirHockeyTable.JPG|thumb|right|200px|Current World #4 Rank, Danny Hynes ]] Air hockey is a game for two competing players trying to score points in the opposing player's goal.
- A game for two players played on a rectangular table top of around 6 x 4 feet (1.8288 x 1.2192 meters) through which air is forced via closely arranged holes designed for the purpose and over which a plastic puck can glide.
- A jump on a track that is completely level or flat all the way across it from the lip to the landing.
- (Table tops) Table Tops was a free daily newspaper produced for Australian Army personnel, published in the Atherton Tableland Training Area in Queensland, Australia, with regional editions produced abroad for serving personnel.
- 1. A jump that is flat from the lip to the landing. 2. A BMX or mountain bike jumping trick where you flatten the bike out horizontally, like a table top, while you're flying through the air.
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Kolada is not taken with city living, thus far.
But she got off to a rough start. After the stressful encounter with Cali that ended in bloodshed, I haven't gathered the courage to re-introduce them. They're aware of each other's presence-- Kolada can hear Cali meowing outside the door and she doesn't seem to really care that he's there, so that's fine. I'm not making that huge of an effort to keep them separated... Kolada often has free roam of the house and Cali has been mostly hanging out in our rec room where he sleeps on top of an air hockey table. I'm sure Kolada can feel his energy, even if she can't see him because he buries himself behind some boxes we still haven't managed to unpack. I won't leave them alone unsupervised (because I'm not an idiot), so Kolada still spends most of her time in the bedroom. I lock her in there when I go to work and since it's the room I spend most of my time in when I'm at home, this is basically her living quarters. It is annoying, because seperation anxiety has reared its ugly head, so whenever I leave the house to run errands, she whines and howls. I know this will change once she bonds with Chris, but right now it's a huge problem when he's trying to sleep! We haven't been taking as many walks as I imagined. During our first walk, Kolada cut a toe on some broken glass in the street. I was upset because It seemed like there was broken glass on every sidewalk of every street we walked on, and I didn't want to risk another injury. But the other day, we discovered a whole new, cleaner area. So I am pleased, and excited. I love walking with her and would be very disappointed if a stop had to be put to it.
Who needs video games?
We like games. I'm a huge fan of "pure strategy games" but I also really enjoy games that combine strategy and luck in interestings ways (I may have mentioned poker a few hundred times). There are all sorts of new games in our house this morning...and I'm looking forward to playing all of them! (Tara and I tried out several yesterday afternoon, actually.) Of course, the title of this photo is a bit misleading...we also got Rock Band 2 for the XBOX 360. We're a little bit obsessed with it. :)
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