I’m Raising My Kids In Kazakhstan

Posted: December 18, 2011 by Keith Stone in hockey, I LIKE!!!, the kids


Kids in America are such wimps nowadays. Everybody gets to play. Everybody gets a trophy. Everybody did a great job and gets a kiss from Mommy. Not so in Astana, Kazakhstan. After two kids get into a fight after the handshake line in an under-10 game, the entire teams start scuffling. It’s like Slap Shot meets Bad News Bears. The best part is that the adults on the ice barely do anything to stop the fight. They let the kids handle everything themselves. That’s how hockey works. And of course, the crowd gives a raucous ovation when it’s all said and done. All kids should spend two weeks playing hockey in Astana so we don’t have a generation of pussies.

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