Unalienable rights with which all human beings are endowed
I suppose I’m a bit biased, but I believe that Johnball may be the most photogenic sport mankind has ever known. (Though Combat Juggling comes awful close at times.)
A bold strategy.
Like a picture out of a magical fantasy land.
A scene from that same day.
On a scale from 1 to 10, this is a really nice picture.
Critics are already raving- “An ingenious combination of Hong Kong action and ground-breaking Hollywood FX, ‘Johnball: The Movie’ is an apocalypse of kinetic joy.”
An extraordinary sighting on the Johnball field.
It’s a difficult task to be cool without ever playing Johnball. Many have tried; only precious few have succeeded.
The illustrious Mr. Bryan Atchison had the following to report:
“The Southdale YMCA [in Edina, MN] played Johnball last night! It was a huge hit. We played free-for-all, VIP, and Zombies. THANK YOU!”
Thank you, Bryan, for giving these kids the greatest gift they could ever receive.
Bryan Atchinson (try to guess which one is him) is an employee of the YMCA and brings Johnball to every camp he attends.
“We played Johnball in Jacksonville, IL at the YMCA’s Central Leaders School.
We got our sweat on,” said Bryan.
Johnball: Bringing out your repressed ninja spirit since 2005.
“Where there is Johnball, there is life.”
Minneapolis: where everyone who plays Johnball is someone you could bring home to meet mother.
Q: What do you get when you cross Pulp Fiction with Daft Punk with Johnball?
A: Something beautiful, that’s what.
And the cameraman’s life flashed before his eyes.
In Minneapolis, William takes some time to explain Johnball to a group of kids who had never before heard of the sport. These younglings were in the park watching the game when William approached them and invited them to join in.
“Let them come. They shall never breach our defenses!” proclaimed a horde of North Dakotan Johnballers well-versed in the art of war and Johnball.
LifeLesson™, brought to you by Johnball:
Courage and smiling will help you overcome any adversity
These days, you’re much more likely to catch sight of a wizard playing Johnball than Quidditch. After all, there are a lot of silly rules in Quidditch.
Ducking mightily in a way that even the Mighty Ducks would admire.
P.S. We’d like to send a high-five and hearty congrats to Andrew Petz and all his Johnballin’ comrades who just recently started playing the game in Arcadia, WI.
This one’s for the ladies.
A picture from a very nice article written by Vita.mn- the Twin Cities going-out guide. You can read the article here, if you know how to read.
There are many people who have done great deeds for Johnball. One of them is the dexterous Kevin O’Brien, a web-design warlock who has donated his time and talents to this website many, many times over. Without him, the site would look just like the 1996 Space Jam website. Or it probably wouldn’t even exist at all.
Thanks so much, Kevin!
[Bilbo:] “Look, uh, I don’t know what your game is, but I–”
[Gollum:] “Games? We love games, doesn’t we, Precious? Does it like games? Does it? Does it? Does it like to play?”
[Gollum:] “No! Finish him off. Finish him now. Gollum! Gollum!”
[Bilbo:] “No! No, no. I want to play. I do. I want to play. I can see you are very good at this. S—so why don’t we have a game of Johnball? Yes, just, just you and me.”
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