Kevin records his mother-in-law while they play her favorite game “Crappo” (whatever the heck that is….) Sounds include eating, swearing, and incoherence. Seems like a normal day at Kevin’s house to me!
Medina, UNITED STATES: Reigning three-move checkers world champion Alex "The Mad Russian? Moiseyev (R) concentrates on his next move against Elbert Lowder (L) during the National Checkers Tournament 20 June 2006 in Medina, Ohio. There is no jumbo-tron streaming instant replays. There are no banners or face paint. There are no television cameras. And there certainly are no screaming fans. The week-long national checkers tournament started 19 June 2006 in the small town of Medina about 30 miles southwest of Cleveland. Packed into a dimly lit conference room at a hotel sandwiched between a Dairy Queen and a gas station, more than 40 players from 17 states and two foreign countries vied for their part of a USD6,000 purse and a chance to claim the title of US Checkers Champion. AFP PHOTO/Chuck BOWEN (Photo credit should read CHUCK BOWEN/AFP/Getty Images)