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  • 20150929
    Since the past 'Free Parking' Ban in Australia, some countries have followed suit (namely Ireland, France, Peru, and Lesotho). However, other countries have found this action childish, they claim these other countries are,

    "Hopping on the ban wagon. Pun intended. Did you get that pun in there? You did? Good." - Kaliiki Maaka Competitive Monopoly Chief Director of Communication and Representative from India.

    To retaliate, Maaka proposes a "Boycott" of sorts against the 'Free Parking' Ban. He suggests all game tiles on the board be replaced with 'Free...

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  • 20150928
    Breaking news monopolers! Following the controversy with the "John F. Kennedy" game piece, Australia has banned the 'Free Parking' tile from use in game. This ban is most likely in place because the Kennedy motorcade was not parked, they were in fact moving. Australian monopoly officials felt this tile was mocking the tragic event and made swift action to ban it from any games played in Australia. What does this mean for the competitive monopoly scene? Well, if you plan on playing monopoly in Australia anytime soon, you better wish you don't land on the banned space. If you do happen...

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  • 20150927
    I was just on the Parker Brothers share holder site and a new post for a "new patent- piece" came up. Upon clicking it, it redirected me to a page with placeholder text and the image of a John F Kennedy's vehicle. This could very well be the moment we've been waiting for. It could also, of course, been a simple programming error. Although it had full stats: +10 Critical Headshots, -2 Defense, +$100 everytime someone says "boom."

    Here's the link
    They just removed it


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  • 20150927
    In the 1930s with the conception of the first few pieces things started off great. It wasn’t until the design of the Top Hat that controversy quickly followed. You see, the lower working class (comprised mostly of immigrants) felt that the Top Hat was a symbol of prestige, wealth, (things they wanted) and white privilege (something they didn’t appreciate). The White Man’s burden was the idea that white people have the burden of helping others of different races as their God given duty. They felt that other races (black, native american, etc.) were all born poor and had to be helped by the...

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