Rock, Paper, and Scissors. I wonder who started that game? It is a game that almost everyone has played. It was a step up the ladder from playing Eany, Meany, Miney, Mo. There were flaws with the Eany, Meany, Miney, Mo game. Kids would slow down and start adding extra words so they could win. . I am sure that this led to Rock, Paper, and Scissors becoming more popular.
Is there a way to have an advantage playing this game? I turned to google to find out. The best strategy to win is to play the thing that would beat what your opponent just played. If your opponent played rock on the last hand, you would want to go with paper. If he played paper, it would be a great time to go with scissors. If only I had known this as a kid. I could of been great at this game.
I am thinking about making a video . The video would be similar to watching the evening news. It would show the border patrols in their jeeps cruising the border looking for Mexicans trying to sneak in. In the next scene it would show protesters holding signs saying, "Vacation in the USA! Everyone Stays for Free! (Yeah, I kinda stole that line from Holiday Inn commercial where kids stay for free.) In the next scene we would show more violence. Protesters are more vocal. The National guard soldiers are trying to maintain law and order. The music in the background is more intense and dark. The tension is building.
The scenery changes and Trump and Obama are standing in an elementary school playground next to a eight foot tall chain link fence. Trump looks at Obama and glares as Obama gives him his Hollywood smile. Trump says, "Let's do this. Fence or no fence." Obama says, "Best two out of three." Both men hit their fist to their hands. One, two, three. Rock, paper, scissors.