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Unformatted text preview: harder, to the point where most could not even keep up. Even though I failed miserably at the game, I still enjoyed myself and had a few laughs at the fact that I kept messing up. If I were to play this game when I was younger I might have gotten frustrated with myself. Mr. Aycox mentioned that it is important to focus on having fun rather then being competitive, which is a major downfall in todays society. People do not know how to have fun anymore. My favorite game of the day was the hombre, tiger and gun game. I liked this game because it involved very little strategy but at the same time had a team aspect to it and gave us a chance to be silly. Although my team lost the series, it was still enjoyable. I never experienced such an impactful guest speaker in my life. Most would stand in front of the class and lecture whereas Mr. Aycox took a different and much more effective route and made us play games to prove points and tendencies of human beings....
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Chapman during the Spring '11 term at Arcadia University.
- Spring '11