Taking advantage of the city’s 250th anniversary celebration, government officials, corporate sponsors and community groups kicked off Pittsburgh 250 & Fit, an initiative with the goal of getting 250,000 southwestern Pennsylvania residents to commit to regular exercise.
Kingdom played a brisk game of dodge ball with a group of teens and other volunteers on the Roberto Clemente Bridge, moments before today’s kickoff news conference.
Dodge ball on the Roberto Clemente Bridge? Hell, yes.
I’m a big believer that dodge ball rocks and those schools that are banning dodge ball are taking away a very important life lesson for the children of America, and that life lesson is this: sometimes in life you’re going to get smacked in the face with a big red rubber ball. Duck.
And poor, poor Vikram:
It’s not so much that he’s “a split second away from being hit and eliminated,” it’s more that he’s a split second away from permanent falsetto because his elimination clearly happened with a missil-ified dodgeball to the huevos.
I hope he’s wearing a cup.