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  1. Curtis October 5, 2010 at 7:20 pm Permalink

    I like this episode! I learned a lot of things I didn’t know about Monopoly. I have a feeling next week’s episode is going to be AMAZING too.

    Call it a hunch.

  2. Jeffrey October 11, 2010 at 11:46 am Permalink

    Very entertaining, guys. I’d love to hear more interviews incorporated into the podcast if a particular game lends itself to it. I listened to this episode at the gym, where they probably think I am crazy because I think I laughed out loud a couple times. Thanks for publicly embarrassing me.

    Also, who can confirm this? I always thought Reading Railroad was pronounced like the city in Pennsylvania (or, if you like, Otis Redding). Anyone? Anyone?

    1. Brian October 11, 2010 at 11:58 am Permalink

      That’s a good question Jeffrey. I bet Kevin would know.

      And maybe there’s a bright side. Does laughter burn calories?

      1. Kevin Tostado November 7, 2010 at 8:38 pm Permalink

        Sorry, just now noticed the comments on the Monopoly podcast.

        Jeffrey, you are correct. It’s pronounced “Redding” and not “Reading” like “Reading Rainbow.”

        And I hope to god laughter burns calories!

  3. Mike Malloy October 12, 2010 at 1:30 pm Permalink

    Monopoly was one our favorite board games and myself, two sons and a nephew would play some very competitive games – lots of negotiating and deal making. We added a twist to the game with the addition of a “fifth player” being the stock market. It was a way to build cash fast that could be parlayed into properties. I have posted on online version of the stock game. We used the thimble token for the market. All that is needed is wifi – playbullsnbears.com.

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