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Desc:Milton Bradley trains your daughters up to be consumer whores!
Category:Advertisements, Crime
Tags:america, consumerism, credit cards, edward bernays, sowing the seeds of the credit crisis
Submitted:klingerbgoode
Date:04/11/09
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Comment count is 13
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-04-11
This game involves math. I hope someone got fired over that mistake.
baleen - 2009-04-11

You should have seen its Soviet counterpart, Vertigo Kapital.

FABIO - 2009-05-10
What math? You see a sale sign, you hand over daddy/hubby's credit card, you're done.

ProfessorChaos - 2009-04-11
There's a similar game called "mall of horror" or something along the lines that was recently made - and i now want to combine it with this electronic monstrosity.

Also: Stay till the end.
mobius - 2009-04-11
I remember playing this with a friend. We used to laugh ourselves sick over how the nasal chip-voice would say "KHINTCHEN STORE" instead of "Kitchen Store."

Beside that, I think we were actually worse off for the experience.
Mayberry Pancakes - 2009-04-11
I owned this! I remember Khitchen Store too!

I also remember when it told you you left your lights on and you had to go back to the parking lot. Oh and the fucking "YOUR item costs Four Dollars More!" Fucker.

Aelric - 2009-04-11
*nasal voice* Ohhh, A long line. *shift to completely different voice mid phrase* Tri agun lader!!!

Xenocide - 2009-04-11
"What we need," said the Milton Bradley executive, "is something like Monopoly, but for the womenfolk."

"Like where you buy and sell shoes instead of properties?" replied another.

"Better cut out the selling part," said the first exec, "we don't want to get them all confused."
Toenails - 2009-04-11
^^^ This.

citrusmirakel - 2009-04-11
They've cloned an Army of Six From Blossom!
FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2009-04-11
Needs a "sowing the seeds of the credit crisis" tag.
klingerbgoode - 2009-04-18
for you doll, the world

The Mothership - 2016-04-10
About as 80s as it gets.
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