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We ‘Mercans are nothing if not competitive. The latest example comes from Morgantown, Kentucky, where the Beech Tree News reports Mayor Billy Phelps gathered enough folks together to set the world record for the world’s biggest...wait for it...paper ball fight! Yes, the highlight of this year’s Green River Catfish Festival was 653 folks coming together to throw wadded up pieces of paper at one another. And while that might sound ridiculous to some, it absolutely blows away the previous record of 283 people set by a Canadian city a few years back. And if you don’t believe me, see it for yourself right here.