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When Jonathan Sawyer learned from a newspaper statistic that the average American spends 6,000 hours of his or her lifetime - or around 250 days - shopping for food, the news both depressed him immeasurably and inspired a revelatory idea. At once, Sawyer envisioned turning grocery shopping into a celebratory sport, christened 'aisling,' that involved donning crazy costumes, dancing and cartwheeling down the aisles and participating in individual contests based on speed, grace under pressure, agility, and/or the collection of specific items from the shelves with assigned point values.… More

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