17 Burst results for "Parker Brothers"
"parker brothers" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"That Parker Brothers made all their board game materials out of flame retardant materials that people used to play these games by candlelight, so it would make sense that it wouldn't catch her here right away. But I didn't want to ruin the story for everyone so that that's one case but at the same time The amount of people who you know is people there's there's no middle ground with review boards, people that there's there's a growing popularity of a middle ground, but growing up, it was always he's the coolest things ever, or this is the devil's tool. Stay away from it. And when I really started going into the research of it, one of which was Book by former guest of the show mature with his book, Occult America. Good Guy. Chapters on Weedy boards ever, in My opinion, covers everything from the history and everything else. And, Yeah, the fact that it was, you know, made by a Presbyterian. The past in America's first patent battle was over the week keyboard. I find very, very interesting how you know, and the other thing, too. That fascinates me about the board is that the boards aren't the oracle. It's the plan Chef. Orders just the alphabet. And you could argue that a keyboards with the alphabet on him do way more damage her modern society than the week's report, But that's a whole other topics for for another show in the future. That said. It's funny how like you could have the plan shed and people would be like, Oh, yeah, that's fine when that's the actual Oracle and growing up, you know being you know into this stuff. A lot.
"parker brothers" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Coast. George Noory with you, Karen Dolman with us, Karen As Hollywood distorted the Weegee boards. I mean, they've come up with some pretty clever movies off evil entities coming through portals of Weegee boards. What do you think? You have a sure have they've actually ridden the wave of, um we just, uh, superstitions on my good friend Gene Orlando calls them We just additions, but basically the week aboard always has had A negative rap since the beginning. I mean, because we're doing with death which gentleman listen mysterious. We're dealing with the unknown people always have. Oh, project their own fears upon that, But yes, Hollywood took it wrote it. And really did well with it. I mean, I'm not ass off my salute them for, you know, taking this adrenaline rush of people get when they see something scary or experience of being fearful, and they took by the way, George, one of the most popular items. On by people, you know, causes addicts, you know, lost away wherever and their show of a toy that was sold and by the way it was considered a toy, though, was sold in the game, although I don't think it's that way, but but went in 1966 when it was sold for William's phone company to Parker Brothers. That year alone, and tonight is 67 out, sold the largest selling game of the time, which was monopoly, so they took something and 1973 with the Exorcist. When the movie came out the action the book came out 71. But when the movie came out 73, they took something that was really well known and very popular people's homes. Yes, Hollywood really took it to the next level. But I gotta say there's always been a negative negative stigma.
"parker brothers" Discussed on Business Wars
"It's nineteen thirty. Four and in the flat iron building in New York Charles Darrow is playing monopoly with a group of Parker brothers. Executives darrow sends the dice clattering across the table for Dammit Darrow reluctantly pushes his coin towards Marvin Gardens. Since getting his hands on monopoly he's given the game a makeover the plane hand-drawn board now. Pops with color and character beyond that. Nothing's changed as Darrow Reaches Marvin Gardens. Edward Parker grants welcome to my Mr Darrow. Your Day will be twelve hundred dollars. Darrell holds up his hands. You got me got me. I can't even read mortgage my way out of that. Well played Sir. Thanks so Charles. What gave you the idea for monopoly darrow. Knew he'd have to feel this question eventually. So He's got his story ready. I made it to amuse myself. I think the seed was a book I read as a child in it. Some boys at a school made imaginary investments for class. That idea stuck with me. And now you're selling the game Philadelphia yes. I've sold nearly one hundred copies but I still can't afford playing pieces. I tell people use trinkets from charm. Bracelets interesting well thanks for coming. We'll be in touch after darrow leaves. The team debates monopolies merits as fun but but not great. It violates some basics I think. Such as all drags no game should last more than forty five minutes. Yeah all that stuff about mortgages. Kids won't get that. Most adults will really Harker nods. I agree okay. It's a No darrow ignores the rejection monopolies the closest to a regular waged had in years. And he's got a wife and a disabled son to support so after selling his hundred handmade copy he ups his ambition he pays for five hundred professionally made sets and persuades the wanamaker's department store in downtown Philadelphia to stock the game. Then he goes to every toy store he can and tells them wanamaker's stocks game soon. They're all stocking monopoly to by October. Nineteen thirty four. The buzz is growing wanamaker's orders more copies than New York's famous toy store. Fao Schwarz puts monopoly on its shelves. Soon Parker brothers invites Darrow back to the flatiron building darrow. Reassures Parker Brothers President Robert Barton that he created monopoly and the company pays top dollar for the rights deal. Done Harker brothers gives the game some more Polish it adds die-cast playing pieces inspired by charm. Bracelet trinkets it also creates a mascot a cuddly banker in top hat and tails by the summer of Nineteen Thirty. Five sales are soaring. No sure why. Maybe it's the joy of holding fistfuls of paper money and depression. Maybe it's the appeal of striking enrich. Or maybe it's just the chance to hustle friends and family. Whatever the reason monopolies hot property and the publicity campaign pushing darrow's own rags to riches story spurs sales even more but then trouble strikes. It's fall nineteen thirty five and Parker brothers. Chief attorney is in a panic. He bursts into Barton's office boss boss found something while preparing a monopoly patent. Monopoly isn't Darrow's Barton leaps up from his chair what their earlier games just like it one in Texas called inflation. There's another in Indianapolis called finance. The original seems to be the landlord's game which was patented in one thousand nine hundred four by a woman called Lizzie. G Barton steadies himself on his desk. Monopoly is the fastest selling board game of all time. Sales will top a quarter of a million copies this year. Now it could all come crashing down like a house of cards. Okay Okay. Here's what we do. We buy those rights. Okay we need those patents and now let's negotiate Darrow's deal. Parker brothers leaps into action. It buys the rights to finance in inflation if forces darrow to accept a lower royalty then it sends company founder. George Parker to Virginia to secure the all important rights. To the landlord's game.
"parker brothers" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts
"To end his legal troubles with the board game rather than start them when he gave police a monopoly. Get Out of jail free card. He'd been carrying it for a while. Just in case he ever got picked up on his outstanding warrants. Lease gave him an a for effort while they were booking him. Speaking of monopoly. Many of us have experienced learning. That were wrong about the rules. The game but really do experience being wrong about the whole point of a game monopoly encourages players to consume like galactic horde like dragons and charged rent like ebenezer scrooge. But it wasn't supposed to be that way. Monopoly was designed to horn players about the dangers of capitalism. Not Train them in it. It's creator Elizabeth. Magie thought it was unfair. That landlords raked in prophets by simply owning land much of which was inherited or purchased with rent from other property. The game was supposed to be material indictment and she thought that when people played it they would quote see clearly the gross injustice of our present land system granted. She really mis read the room but we appreciate the effort. The original version used paper money like the modern game but instead of passing go and collecting two hundred dollars you past labor upon mother Earth produces wages and got one hundred dollars one corner square red. No trespassing go to jail. Which was meant to signify foreign ownership of American soil? Maguy patented the game in Nineteen. Oh four and published it through small gamemaker? It proved to be popular but only really in left leaning circles and on college campuses among the people who got what made he was going for she began to shop it around to license to a larger publisher but Parker Brothers told her it was too complicated and they passed over. Time made you move on with life and forgot about the landlord's game that didn't stop it from circulating nor did the patent stop it from being copied people who played. It began making their own versions. One of which was eventually seen by philadelphian named Charles Darrow. In nineteen thirty three was introduced to the game by a friend and when he asked to see the rules was surprised to learn that none had ever been printed. Possibly ever in Darrow's mind this meant the game was up for grabs or at least sufficiently unguarded a sort of anything not nailed down in anything. I can pry up mentality. He added some colors to the board and suggested people use little items from around the house. Paps trinkets from a charm bracelet. He passed the game off his own creation and began selling. It was already selling well in department stores in the famed New York toy store. Fao Schwarz when Parker brothers offered to buy it from Darrow in nineteen thirty five for seven thousand dollars around one hundred twenty one thousand dollars today not a bad payday for a minimal amount of work. So what changed the company's mind on the overly complicated game a friend of Sally Barton the daughter of founder George Parker and wife of company President Robert Barton liked the game and told sally she should tell her husband about it. I guess it really is who you know. It was parker brothers. Who added the playing pieces? You would recognize like the shoe the top hat and the iron as well as the chance and community chest cards and a cartoon character called rich uncle pennybags though he was originally used on a game called rich uncle before long they were printing twenty thousand copies a week. Parker brothers one about securing their own rights to the game. Only to find out that Darrow. The man they bought it from didn't own it. They also had to fight off. Infringement claims from people with similar games some of which were based on modified versions of maize landlord game. Parker brothers eventually tracked Maggie down and paid her five hundred dollars and no royalties but with the promise that they would make a version of the landlord game. It may surprise you to learn that they were true to their word and in nineteen thirty. Nine Parker Brothers published the landlord's game it sold like salt pretzels at a slip convention. Most of the ten thousand printed copies were returned by the retailers who couldn't get rid of them darrow. Meanwhile made millions even after Parker brothers understandably reduced.
"parker brothers" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"What is your Parker brothers for creating a game that pays women more than men for doing absolutely nothing differently game. being labeled as a cyclist that's right that's right echoing my point there I don't believe it was Parker brothers so its Hasbro. Hasbro but what what about has this just the Bros I don't get that alright what about this one I won't be buying this game and I'm a female as a female that offends me that I could make my own money and make more than a man without any help has people as people is the brand that makes monopoly but very interesting open Mike from a female who says again almost echoing what I think I was trying to say there so she said it very well which is that even as a woman it almost brings you down when a company like this says Hey we're gonna release a version that gives women advantage because women don't have an advantage so that you get an advantage its almost patronizing to women. well it definitely has has caused a lot of comments in the social sphere and my question now becomes is this a similar approach marketing wise to what Macy's did and Nike did a bunch of these companies you know Nike releasing the shoe with a Confederate flag are there I'm sorry the Betsy Ross flag in the cabinet got involved they were able to make this public apology and their sales shot up and then we saw Macy's do it with a certain kind of plate are there was another company that was sending. trial bars like weight loss bars but they sent them to all of their customers including people who who ordered like bigger sized products like bigger jeans and they're sending I'm like wait bars so they apologize sales went up so could this be a marketing ploy at Hasbro's doing a purposely releasing a game like miss monopoly so what causes all of this just craziness online and then they remove it and say look we support women's rights but we do feel that this may have been a little out of place for us and you know we didn't realize that it wasn't uplifting women so we apologize and then all of a sudden again. sales go up for them so what are your thoughts about this eight four four two two zero zero nine six five has people as people made the game not Hasbro not has gal has people join Christmas.
"parker brothers" Discussed on The Young Turks
"It doesn't the community banks so like everyone has money but the community fund is giving it to the privately owned bank increase. It goes through workers. Why would the work the minimum wage increase it helps to workers pay a bank from a community for says at all but their right winger so it doesn't have to and oh my last part of the rules that i love is some point europe you get a card or something when you run out of money and the only way to keep things going is if the players donate money talk donations now remember the main right-wing logic before we don't need taxes is because it's okay we're going to charity and people do charity. I mean all the churches et cetera so we don't need to taxes because charity now. They've turned around like charity stupid so let's try to help other people capitalism is awesome. So if you are a capitalist you should should be way more offended at this game than the socialists are and by the way and if this is your introduction to board games. Let me just tell you a lot of awesome. What's out there tweet now. Give me a recommendation and <music>. <hes> monopoly of course ironically was originally invented by feminists comedian lizzie magie was called the landlord's game and <hes> and of course <hes> guys stole it and then sold to parker brothers and a partner brothers then violated copyright laws and it's called capitalism baby <music> all right. We gotta take a break when we come back they ready here comes outta rodriguez..
"parker brothers" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"And it is a very, very stupid idea, people are putting stencils on their body while they lay out and not putting any sunblock on it. So when they get the sun, they get basically burn in the shape of that, too. And then it stands out. Don't do not good burner. Skinned people, their personage helter looking for you plan. All right. Thank you Gandhi. Great teas while can earn. He has claimed that he invented a game. Oh, did he and you know every time he says he invents a game he ends up? We ended up playing a game we've all played for like. Invented by Parker brothers or something like that. Where is it? Hey round had. Get in here. He's running down the hall. He's been working diligently on this. I've seen like he he locked himself in the office to perfect his game. Oh my God. Oh, he just jumped over a chair on round head. Get in here the couch. Yes, sir. Gregory. What is this game that you've claim to hold on? Hold on. Okay. I'm ready to go. What's up, okay? You invented a game. Of course. I did. I'm a genius. What is so funny? I'm brilliant. What is it? Why can't tell you now why we're not ready? You bet. They're like creating a chef never lets his his guests eat the food before it's ready to be served when it's ready to be served, you'll eat it then. Cocky man, is it a fun game? What is it? Of course. It's a fun game. Fun as my middle. Name doesn't have not. It has a name. It has everything. Why can't tell you is it a board? Game doesn't have lights. Now, Elvis Duran. You've taught me one thing we cannot play a board game on the radio the audience part of. Trivia game or something like that. Maybe he has nothing. John out right now to tell you is that there are sound involved. Okay. All right, good. Can tell what we do because we were all audio and that's what you've taught me. Right. If you're on the radio, you gotta give the right by the way, I had so much fun sharing the video of view dressed, as a slutty be okay. I central park or outside. It was great. Great footage showing it to people all weekend, long came and told me they said Greg, t your fat. Oh. No, I'm not kidding. People. Called me fat fat. Shame. And one person said I was a fat sausage. Right plates..
"parker brothers" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Kind thing buddy i think the world is safe from you building any device that requires like scientific and mathematical accuracy or the use of any tool of any kind helium bomb john ramsey platinum announce nuclear pronounce new clue he's going to more and more powerful type of bob at a certain point we're just going to abandon the megaton and just work our way into larger and larger yo mama the arms are such a fucked up game it's just like an escalating series of of diagrams of how i'm gonna flip the monopoly board and yeah going it to the other doing birds and slingshot spot no fun check this out blueprint i'm going to murder the parker brothers destroy their factory and milton tire world four four with that or before we move onto the russians we have about one more american nuclear test and that would be the notorious castle bravo test this took place at bikini atoll in march of nineteen fifty four and at fifteen megatons it was the largest weapon ever tested by the united states your mom is so fat that her bikini ways fifteen megatons ugly she paid a toll to where keeney that's i think we all paid fulltime to put that in perspective usually for whatever reason nuclear bombs are described in terms of how many times more powerful they are than the bombs we drop down here ashim and nagasaki up system yeah and that strikes me is a bad move right it's like german people measuring things in holocaust just say eighteen million.
"parker brothers" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Friday the thirteenth on friday so we're thinking we can conquer some spirit had no i'm terrified i played with like you know the parker brothers one that we you know the cardboard my mom has stories of the wooden board that she used to use and has freaky stories that make my arm hair go up when she times and she has lots of arm here ladies enjoy your day friday the thirteenth you guys working friday yes no i'm not a please conjure up some guests for me in lamotta bringing a weedy board i brought a wig board into the show and everyone on the show said like get it out of here but it was actually sold as a game it's right next to monopoly its parker brothers target anyway we don't want to give the spirits of gateway we have enough crap going on don't need more ladies thank you so much the terms every anyway of talk to bobby on line three hulo bobby welcomed monday what's going on with you hello lady whoah lady what's happening it was about fifteen years ago with the insurance going amityville house about eight carloads of us went out to that house to look at it and we all pulled up and organize a call douse the owner actually called the cops on us of course well what do you in in they don't want people there it's not like we were ringing in battle and running away i mean you know but you know it was just actually a funny instinct going out there in having a cop and i'm just looking at a house about it go ahead you be saying the same thing if if you're buying a house that you know was marilyn monroe's house or frank sinatra's house or the amityville horror house you know what you're in for you know on a goalie so lake i kinda like maybe it shouldn't be calling the cops because you bought that house in the background it's a house note who is coming they know they know the background story on it for instance let's say where did betsy ross make the flag was that in philly i think so wasn't it living in betsy ross's house i mean the lady that sowed our first american flag supposedly can you imagine living in the betsy ross house people coming by oh look this betty ross may go away this is my house me alone what scary when we were in studio city nate took us to the brady bunch house pictures there when i'm in the west village in new york city i walked by the friend's house and there's a frigging rope around at the signal trespassing but i agree with danielle amen dan straight if you buy a house those if your houses no no no you put them into those pre then you history goes now guys leave the people who own leave betsy ross's house alone and i do believe the brady bunch houses into luca lake is anyway so it doesn't matter so let them live in their houses no it just because you buy a house that has history doesn't mean you have to be a part of the my husband's a realtor there's a million houses out there you don't need to buy the amityville horror house that was a movie where people got killed level you know you're gonna have people come in by on the tour bus so come on personal borders joe's with the story as the people who are going to see it by bobby bobby have a great day leave those amityville horror house people go visit and then when you gotta play chinese fire drill thank you haven't i the betty ross houses like place you can visit it's like a museum okay so so but it isn't philly i remember going there you know what we need to take a trip to camp whack my pp yes ready i would love to go to mister rogers neighborhood one day the land of make believe so it's time for enough good morning good morning good morning campers today is monday july the ninth twenty eighteen let us arise for the pledge to our camp right you have to do the play is applied we don't really what everybody went to religions known and we pledge leads to the camp i the flag of camp welcome i promised to be good camper new friends and become a bottle i love of my potential on the grounds of camp thank you days weather here at campo welcome pp is sunny and ninety one there will be a.
"parker brothers" Discussed on KGO 810
"And so they they you know i think this is very common in the psychic arts in general and to this day you don't always get the psychic hit but if you're being paid to get the psychic hit you're gonna just make it up so they've made up these elaborate stage shows was wrappings and levitating tables and eventually the two younger sisters were drunks and so they would travel around and they were just drinking and drinking and drinking and the oldest sister and one of the cousins who was in on the whole thing eventually ratted these sisters out so they sort of turned on each other and these two incredibly wealthy fox sisters died poppers and the oldest one who was sort of the manager she did all right but she had married and and sort of settled down so it's kind of the that was sort of an extreme story but you had a lot of women who were finding voices for themselves through the psychic arts had there was a a psychic type named pearl current channeled some kind of spirit called patients worth a longtime ago right so she really gained some notoriety for this work but it was it was more than just a pen name this was an a woman saying that it wasn't her at all but it was a divine entity that was dictating everything to her and there was also an incredible story of a novel that was apparently channeled by a weed g board claiming to be the ghost of mark twain writing the novel and what's interesting is that that that woman her name was emily grant hutchings and she was actually the first person to bring a spirit board to the house of pearl koran they were neighbors and friends and they would attend seances spirit board is a ouija board wage aboard right because what we know today as though we now we've used the term we jeff or hundreds of years but the actual now when we say though we board it was trademarks by parker brothers very well with that and they've done very well with it but yes so it was also can be referred to as a spirit board but essentially it's a wage aboard and she would also bring her to say onces and meet and mediums and.
"parker brothers" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Novel and what's interesting is that that that woman her name was emily grant hutchings and she was actually the first person to bring a spirit board to the house of pearl koran they were neighbors and friends and they would attend seances together spirit board is a ouija board a wage aboard right because what we know today as though we aboard now we've used the term we jeff or hundreds of years but the actual now when we say though we board it was trademarks by parker brothers very well with that and they've done very well with it but yes so it was also can be referred to as a spirit board but essentially it's a wage aboard and she would also bring her to say on and mediums and that during one of those i don't think the emily grant hutchings was there but she her that's when pearl went into the transcend and channeled patients worth well emily saw this success and actually kind of simultaneously started attending a regular sessions with this particular medium and the story is that the medium had multiple this is all in the introduction to this novel that said to have been channelled by the ghost of mark twain via the ouija board so imagine trying to and a letter by letter as you're moving the plant around the ouija board and then writing it down and we're talking like a fifty to sixty thousand word novel painstakingly allegedly painstakingly channel did from these series he's of sessions and what emily emily's background actually she had met mark twain so there's some there's some suspect cast on her story because there's a little bit of evidence and archive somewhere like uc berkeley has the letters that she had correspondence with samuel clemens aka mark twain and that he had sort of jilted her a little bit just sort of said just write your own thing you know i can't tell you how to write and she at the time was a journalist it was sort of traveling around so anyway he dies and then she's at this session and she supposedly the medium says oh he just said it's her and then emily had to sit down and as soon as she put her hands down.
"parker brothers" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The actual now when we say though we board it was trademarks by parker brothers they did very well with that and they've done very well with it but yes so it was also can be referred to as a spirit board but essentially it's a ouija board and she would also bring her to say on and meet and mediums and that during one of those i don't think the emily grant hutchings was there but she her that's when pearl went into the transcend and channeled patients worth well emily saw this success and actually kind of simultaneously started attending a regular sessions with this particular medium and the story is that the medium had multiple this is all in the introduction to this novel that have been channelled put by the ghost of mark twain via the ouija board so imagine trying to and a letter by letter as you're moving the planet around the ouija board and then writing it down and we're talking like a fifty to sixty thousand word novel painstakingly allegedly painstakingly channel did from these series of sessions and what emily emily's background actually she had met mark twain so there's some there's some suspect cast on her story because there's a little bit of evidence and the archive somewhere like uc berkeley has the letters that she had correspondence with samuel clemens aka mark twain and that he had sort of jilted her a little bit just sort of said just write your own thing you know i can't tell you how to write and she at the time was a journalist it was sort of traveling around so anyway he dies and then she's at this session and she supposedly the medium says oh he just said it's her and then emily had to sit down and as soon as she put her hands down on the board on the planet the things started going crazy and it said it was mark twain from beyond on the grave and that he was going to tell this loss novel but that she had to be at every single session it had to be through emily and the medium was sort of the conduit so emily her husband who kind of acted as the.
"parker brothers" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Also in incredible story of a novel that was apparently channeled by a weed g board claiming to be the ghost of mark twain writing the novel and what's interesting is that that that woman her name was emily grant hutchings and she was actually the first person to bring a spirit board to the house of pearl koran they were neighbors and friends and they would attend seances she got bored is a ouija board a wage aboard right because what we know today as though we ju board now we've used the term we jeff or hundreds of years but the actual now when we say though we board it was trademarks by parker brothers they did very well with that and they've done very well with it but yes also can be referred to as a spirit board but essentially it's a wage aboard and she would also bring her to say onces and meet and mediums and that during one of those i don't think emily grant hutchings was there but she her that's when pearl went into the transcend and channeled patients worth well emily saw this success and actually kind of simultaneously started attending a regular sessions with this particular medium and the story is that the medium had multiple this is all in the introduction to this novel that said to have been channels but by the ghost of mark twain via the ouija board so imagine trying to and a letter by letter as you're moving the planet around the ouija board and then writing it down and we're talking like a fifty to sixty thousand word novel painstakingly allegedly painstakingly channel dead from these series of sessions and what emily emily's background actually she had met mark twain so there's some there's some suspect cast on her story because there's a little bit of evidence and the archive somewhere like uc berkeley has the letters that she had correspondence with samuel clemens aka mark twain and that he had sort of jilted her a little bit just sort of said just write your own thing you know i can't tell you how to write and she at the time was a journalist it was sort of traveling around so anyway he dies and then she's at this session and she supposedly the medium says oh he just said it's her and then emily had to sit down and as soon as she put her hands down.
"parker brothers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A teacher for twenty nine years what catchy motivated as a teacher the kid the students are the best setting up those activities for them to figure things out on their own rather than just tell him answer giving them information there's so much fun just to watch the work do you have a question for well i do when i went to put the answer to the punk also on the website iced i will name spelled out any any butter cubes and it reminded me of basel and the scrambled dice but we used to play when i was a kid so i wondered if he had a favorite childhood puzzle of game that he played while i'm crazy about boggle which deserve cubes and i'll do all teachers uh challenge anybody in that game i think is brazzale it's an old john with parker brothers i think big were gain fan is you might guess yeah it is a good question i think he can have people taking up on that of boggled contestants coming on and wanting to take you on our aid everyone ready to play the puzzle yes all right we'll take it away all right michelle i'm going to give you some words for each 1 dropped the first letter and rearrange those that remain to name part of the human body for example if i said vote vote you would say 'to are also dropped the first letter rearrange what remains in your first one is ogle og l e lag leg is right number two is pinch p i n c a true her her bones b o m e s o i'm going to need to him well and you've dropping the be so just rearrange one and scotland on your face now known noses it decaf d c a f hey let's issues i t c h e s i'm during the break well it's part of years a large part of your body the man from tonga oiled his knee procession to exit graf jazz visit good rotors are owed t o r s and it's around the same part of the body is your last answer i get his route how about a few a start with t tornado tour so is it gather g a t h e r you use this on valentine's day there you go this is my valentine's heart answer heart is it saw pit essay w.
"parker brothers" Discussed on 790 KABC
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"We can see the future but instead of being billionaire gamblers we ran a business out of this basement closet how can we help you like to speak with my dad grandmother oh my god aren't knock him what is your children i will eat all your children to jesus fine i'm leaving what the fuck could you pull akilis how the fuck would we communicate with a dead person their desert idiot it's every day with this shit unbelievable hey i've been meeting as do you want to win a million dollars from james randy kinda tire niemi to governor so also in the spiritual realm is the wage board and this has a long history but was recently reprinted by parker brothers it consists of a board with letters in short answers on it and then appointed vice that slides around the board you asked the piece of cardboard questions and then your friends promised that they are moving the pointer but the the trick is to ask a question that no knows the answers to like i can i stop crying or when we'll come back those of corona spell this is your fault you don't deserve a dad swede pushing it was if it was it for you soon it's your fault i gotta dead weird brag but dead i get shaved my head without looking as much as i would love to recount my father's day is there anything to detect ghosts our listeners can try it home well they do list one technique it's called lights up and i'm scurried what it says here quote according to ghost hunting enthusiasts websites many ghost hunters preferred to conduct their investigations during peak evening hours midnight two four am this is incidentally when most white castle hamburgers or sold anything else we can do except for.
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"Them a go on sale with new token in the fall and it's been around since nineteen thirty five when parker brothers acquired the right stewart two in the decade sense the next i'm a good one billion people in way the merits of buying utilities railroad's an boardwalk hotels sewn very ago another nother change and this is but you know it they're talking space tourism and ended on a always seems to be a year down the road a year down the road and the titanic is going to big apparently accepting guess sleep telegraph is reporting tourist will actually get a chance to see the frame titanic is it rests on the ocean for an it's not going to be just any tour's sit will be the kind of tourists that come clanking him clanking down the hall with gold coins in their pockets the trip offered by blue marbel private will run you know a hundred and five thousand one hundred twenty nine dollars per person she that's so it's is much is some of these trips to spacer talking about as they kept telegraph notes it's inexpensive it's expensive to travel as expensive to travel with the titanic as it is to travel by way of the titanic there's a greater significance to that cost them might be immediately apparent i just in for inflation the prices equivalent to the four thousand three hundred fifty dollar first class passenger what a paid to say on the tight ten it's maiden voyage in nineteen twelve for that money you're getting inexperience akin to the one offered that adorable old lady on james cameron's tight end i can she had i priceless necklace the thorough in the ocean so we have imagine year you're doing well enough to throw some money in seeing the ship up close and personal the report pains quite an amazing opportunity it's going to.