Definitions for "Schtick"
(Yiddish) a little; a piece; "give him a shtik cake"; "he's a shtik crazy"; "he played a shtik Beethoven"
(Yiddish) a contrived and often used bit of business that a performer uses to steal attention; "play it straight with no shtik"
(Yiddish) a prank or piece of clowning; "his shtik made us laugh"
Keywords:  schulte, plunk, biggio, lickwid, tep
aka Derek Schulte. Member of the Lickwid Paper pledge class that rushed when I was Rush Chair. He obviously was brain-damaged in his time at TEP, because he agreed later to become Rush Chair himself.
a good thing to have in the blog world, and Plunk Biggio has himself an entertaining one
Schtick is a competitive, non-contact sport that makes use of two flying discs (or Frisbees) and is somewhat similar to Ultimate. Invented in 1994, the game was first played in the United States on Assateague Island. It has since been played throughout the United States and in Australia as well, having been featured in recent Longest Day tournaments.
a special habit or personal affectation that has little or no actual effect on skills or combat abilities