So I was creepin around the site and I saw two interesting pictures that I have questions about. http://careers.stackoverflow.com/company/stack-exchange

  1. Which current SE employee is the best at ping pong?
  2. Do you guys ever hold ping pong tournaments? Singles/Doubles?
  3. It seems that the room is pretty long, however it seems there is limited width. So has anyone ever ran into the wall trying to save a shot? Or does it not get that competitive ever?

  4. Which current SE employee is the best at pool?

  5. Do you guys ever hold pool tournaments? Singles/Doubles?

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    Upvoted.. interesting question. – Ryan M Feb 12 '14 at 2:48
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    @LowerClassOverflowian I don't think that comment is helping your case for up votes. Anyway, up voted, I like it – scrblnrd3 Feb 12 '14 at 2:51
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    The amount of time you spend composing a question doesn't guarantee that your question is good, or that it will be well-received by the community. In any event, the [always-friday-in-iceland] tag was banned a long time ago, and you're three days early anyway. We is serious cats here. – user102937 Feb 12 '14 at 3:50
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    upvoted also, interesting question and always good to get to know the SE people – user246806 Feb 12 '14 at 6:23
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    "I had to say something to show the pure bias some people have in their voting habits." - it's not particularly clear a) what bias you're talking about b) in what way you've shown it – AakashM Feb 12 '14 at 16:22
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    -1 to the unicorn question, good point. – djechlin Feb 14 '14 at 15:04
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    If you think those pictures are interesting, then you have some exploring to do: upstairs, downstairs. – Arjan Feb 14 '14 at 19:58
  • (And this other footage of the ping pong.) – Arjan Feb 14 '14 at 22:28

Disclaimer: I'm a remote employee so I'm not in the NY office a lot.

  1. Not sure who the best is. Jarrod, Matt Sherman, and Jay Hanlon are all pretty good.
  2. The last team summit we held a doubles ping-pong tournament.
  3. Not sure about how aggressive people get. When I've played, people take it easy in general.

The pool table is from the London office I believe. There's no pool table in the NYC office.

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