vpb: I can't see the video. Do they mean entitlements as in Social Security or as in a sense of entitlement from being born rich and well connected? And how about a vulture capitalist edition? There aren't any bad squares on that one "IRS informant turned you in for your Swiss account, so you have to go for the amnesty" is as bad as it gets.
ChipNASA: In before:"Black People Board Games."/or something like that.
CygnusDarius: Can I be a Romney in Monopoly?./Also, I want to use the car
mediablitz: Social Security "entitlement" means you DID work.
SlothB77: "$0.90 a day. Ch-ching!"
Smeggy Smurf: ChipNASA: In before:"Black People Board Games."/or something like that. [cdn.ebaumsworld.com image 683x690]
scubamage: I want to be a Rothschild. So basically I'll sit in the background and laugh as everyone else plays, never knowing that I actually own everything on the board already, including the chance cards, the pieces, and the table that the board is sitting on.
imtheonlylp: Smeggy Smurf: ChipNASA: In before:"Black People Board Games."/or something like that. [cdn.ebaumsworld.com image 683x690]i lol'd out loud.
The My Little Pony Killer: You said "entitlements" when what you meant was "people who actually have to work (and do a good job) for a living instead of farking everything up royally and then waiting to collect their hefty bonus." But if it makes you feel better to think that I might be jealous of the fact that you'll be one of the first up against the wall, go with it.
ChipNASA: imtheonlylp: Smeggy Smurf: ChipNASA: In before:"Black People Board Games."/or something like that. [cdn.ebaumsworld.com image 683x690]i lol'd out loud.Damn ebaums is blocked at work....I'll see it when I get home.
PanicMan: There's a Star Trek edition, right? Lets just play that.
shotglasss: CygnusDarius: Can I be a Romney in Monopoly?./Also, I want to use the carI wanna be a Geithner! Pay no taxes, pay no interest or penalties when caught, then get a job running the IRS and become a millionaire while I do it!
iheartscotch: First of the month is here; you spend all of your welfare check on cigarettes, booze, drugs and junk food. Collect additional money from the government totaling $100.
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