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An Alpha Phi Omega fraternity activity, ca. 1970
Winning Entry: See me, feel me, touch me, heal me… - Steven Keller
Double-blind clinical trial procedures have seen great improvement since the 70's.
Ahh, the good ol'days. When hazing was hazing and the trench coat made the man.
Don't worry, in 40 years this will be normal at the airport.
Politics in action.
"Where did they hide my keys?"
Oh great, another trust exercise!
"see me, feel me, touch me, heal me"...
Trust me! I'm an EDUCATOR!!
Take it easy! I don't want you to fall and get blood on my new ring!
Ouch Mikey. You are supposed to pin the tail on the donkey, not on me!
Unfortunately for this young pledge, the Alpha Phi Omega blindfolded "activity" was all just a ruse to implement a large scale pickpocketing bazaar.
Why can't I see where your taking me for lunch?
To play nlind man's bluff select one player as the blind man and have this person put on the blindfold while he is standing in the center of the room or area of play. Spin the blind man around a couple of times so that he/she becomes disoriented.