Sherman Act, Section 2

There are versions of Monopoly for all sorts of things. It has more variations than you can count, it seems.

First it was the cities: Monopoly Chicago Edition, Monopoly Denver Edition, etc.
Next it was the colleges: Michiganopoly, Gatoropoly, Stanfordopoly, etc.
Then it was the movies: Monopoly Indiana Jones Edition, Monopoly Star Trek Edition, Monopoly Three Stooges Edition, etc.

I thought that was it for the variations.

Then I saw this:

the game Monopoly - Supply Chain Edition

details of the box for the game Monopoly - Supply Chain Edition

I’m sure that might be fun for some people. But then I got to thinking – when would you actually play this?

If you play this at home, then I’d think you need better ways to relax. Don’t bring work stuff home with you. Plus, where would you find other people with whom you could play the game?

And if you’re playing this at work, where the other people would appreciate the game, then you obviously don’t have enough to do and are risking getting your hours cut.

Either way, I can see why I never knew about the Supply Chain Edition of Monopoly before.

Therefore because you impose heavy rent on the poor And exact a tribute of grain from them, Though you have built houses of well-hewn stone, Yet you will not live in them; You have planted pleasant vineyards, yet you will not drink their wine.

Amos 5:11

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