Archive for February, 2004

At the Halftime

Sunday, February 1st, 2004

With out a doubt Pepsi, has the best commercials. As cheap as this seems, I appreciate decent advertisements – though I still probably wont buy any of their drinks, at least I don’t think I will…

The Rising Value of Play Money

Sunday, February 1st, 2004

I guess Monopoly was never very realistic anyway. Though I remember it being PRETTY DARN HARD to beat my sister and she’s done quite well for herself.This game supposedly one ups it, for the budding capitalists. At a pricetag of $195, i guess it teaches something about the laws of supply and demand, and who can afford risk and those who can’t.

NY Times:
The Rising Value of Play Money

Published: February 1, 2004

VERY Friday night at 6:30, John T. Carr III, an administrative assistant at Columbia University, arrives at the Wendy’s restaurant at 45th Street and Lexington Avenue in Midtown Manhattan – not for a burger, but for a board game.

For the last two years Mr. Carr, 42, has forfeited Friday nights with friends and family to play the game, called Cashflow.