From: Floyd Samuels, Esq.
I heard you always win at picnic games, but you play by a different set of rules. Can you tell me more about how that works?
From In Bill You Trust:
Sure Floyd. In a tug of war, I usually hand the rope to the other side. It comes back to me anyway. It has to do with field position. Then in the traditional sack race, I tie my entire body in the bag and roll blindly toward the finish while everyone else hops. I don’t always like the way it turns out, but that’s the way I like to do it.