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McDonald's Monopoly

archard

Joined: Jan 11 2007

Anyone have any good pieces? I went there today and got Pacific Avenue, Atlantic Avenue, New York Avenue and Reading Railroad. Maybe we can combine our pieces and split up the prize money if we win anything :mrgreen:

Re: McDonald's Monopoly

nozzie

The talkbox guy.

Location: Utah

Joined: Apr 06 2007

sweet monopoly is back last time i won $300

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Types of Irish whiskey that

Burns85

Joined: Oct 16 2021

Types of Irish whiskey that you should know about and The category of Irish whiskey is protected by law at both the national and European levels. Regardless of where it is produced, Irish Whiskey shop must be made on Irish soil. It had to be aged in oak for a minimum of three years before it was ready for consumption. Despite the fact that triple distillation is a trademark of Irish whiskey, it is not a legal necessity. Depending on the distiller, it may be distilled twice or three times.

I haven't played it in a

Clotilde Smith

Joined: Aug 05 2022

I haven't played it in a while, but I remember playing it as a kid and loving it. It's a strategy game where you have to build up your monopoly by buying property and exploring more of the board. It's very addicting, and there are some interesting features that make it unique (like having properties that give other properties bonuses). Visit this https://www.theaureview.com/books/top-10-books-every-university-student-should-read/ website to get best university books. I also like the fact that it's very easy to learn, but difficult to master. The game takes place on an island where you can buy houses, hotels, and more; these are located in different areas of the island based on their location relative to one another.