America’s Game

Atlantic City New Jersey: boring. Second rate gambling casinos, dismal neighborhoods, yucky cotton candy. And street names we all know from putting little green plastic houses and red hotels on to collect rent. How about something new and more exciting?

How about America’s Game.

The most expensive high rent properties are Wall Street and Madison Avenue. The low rent district is Tobacco Road and Skid Row.

For Los Angeles we have Sunset Strip, Hollywood and Vine.

For San Francisco we have Haight, Asbury and Lombard.

How about Lover’s Lane, Primrose Path and Yellow Brick Road.

For Beatle fans we have Penny Lane. For Paul Simon we have Bleaker Street. For Bob Dylan we have Positively Fourth Street.

We’ve got the Appalachian Trail and the Oregon Trail.

South of the Mason Dixon Line? We’ve got the Natchez Trace.

We’ve got real railroads too:  CSX, Long Island Railroad, Bay Area Rapid Transit and of course Amtrak.

For our libertarian friends we even have a Flat Tax.

Best of all everything is made out of wood; not plastic.

Its all part of America’s Game found only at American Game Table.

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Its All Good

Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, Solstice. Its all good. And its way too early to be thinking about it. Christmas carols will be playing in the stores right after Halloween. By the way when is the last time someone wrote a new Christmas carol that was any good? Well maybe John Lennon or Bruce Springsteen. If you’re like me you avoid shopping in the stores just to keep away from Burl Ives singing Holly Jolly Christmas. . . like he has for the past 70 years.

So maybe you’re ready for something a little bit different. Something the whole family can enjoy right at home. Its something you have never seen before. Check it out. Talk it over. Enjoy the holidays – at home.