Monday, July 7, 2008

Vintage Board Game for Future Politicians?

Shenanigans!
Frank Synopsis Flickr uploads discovered via PCL LinkDump

BREAKING NEWS UPDATE! Like most parties these days I am *not* sorry I missed this one.
Parties suck.

13 comments:

mursty murstperson said...

Yess!!

Edgar Alpo said...

Printing press included?

Ogg the Caveman said...

Murses. Foiled again.

Akubi said...

Hi Guyz!
At some point I went through a weird vintage board games collection phase, but I missed this one. Has anyone played it?
Note: OBJECT
Be the player who collects the most Shenaniganzas

Akubi said...

During lazy summer reading daze, I tend to enjoy historical fiction and non-fiction. I have a few off-hand thoughts about the ongoing wars of the past...
It must have been easier to rally the troops when decent sewer systems were non-existent.
Without the interwebs and TV, people were often bored out of their minds, so another war provided entertainment value - even if the war at hand was utterly pointless.
These days, that is not the case, of course. While the Bush Admin has behaved like a degenerate monarchy, they also want us to continue consumption of all of the stuff that makes war boring in the first place because it supposedly "fuels the economy". You can’t have it both ways – even if they both suck.

Scattered thoughts that return to my ongoing confusion and interest in the connection between war and consumption.

Sex with a Smile said...

Politicians like this as well.

Casey Serin said...

Akubi, come on -- it says right there on the cover, "For Ages 5 to 12".

Now I like board games as much as the next guy, but I can't play something so advanced. ;-)

Akubi said...

Hi Casey!
You still managed to get some Sweet loans anyway so itsallgood, right?
I think I learned everything I needed to know about life (as we know it) playing Monopoly - and that was in the same age-range, right?

Anonymous said...

Stagflation - is that why I had a dream of an adult male deer with his horns cut off to nothing more than a pulp?

Akubi said...

In case you didn't know - the stagflation anon above was me unable to log into Blogger.

Edgar Alpo said...

Someone left a cardboard McCain cutout (life size) in the cubicle of an Obama supporter. A woman walks by, sees it, and asks: "Who is that?". HAHAHA!! Never underestimate the ignorance of the masses. HAHAHA!!

McCain = Bob Dole. (Bob Dole approves this message)

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