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Sunday, 24 August 2008

Jerusalem has made it onto the upcoming international edition of Monopoly

Monopoly's new 'Here and Now' version to feature Jerusalem

Some readers may remember the controversy created when an email was sent around garnering support to vote for the city of Jerusalem in monopoly's new upcoming version earlier this year.

Apparently most the boo ha was over the fact that Jerusalem was noted as being the capital of Israel, which to those that spend their time either recovering from 'work accidents' or waiting for UN relief cheques to come seemed to be objectionable.

Anyway, I'm looking forward to the new edition, featuring Jerusalem its bound to have such classics as 'get out of jail' free cards to any one that can kidnap an Israeli citizen, 2nd prize in a stupidity contest for storing your explosives under your bed, or the classic 'take a walk on the UN broadwalk and resupply with even more weapons', the chance cards will only be able to be used by terrorists with blood on their hands.

Or to quote a comment on Yeshiva World News;
"6. After you buy the property and build on it, you have to give it to the player on your left.

Comment by bek721 — August 21, 2008 @ 2:15 pm

You can read more about at the official Monopoly site here: monopoly.com

Mr Bagel


Mr Bagel reveals himself...

50 kilograms lighter

A shadow of my former self

A few posts ago I mentioned how Mr Bagel had lost 50 kilograms, which is about 110 pounds to those that use this rather archaic measuring system.

I was asked to post a picture of Mr Bagel before and after showing the 50 kilograms (110 lb).

Well for the sake of my readers I'm not going to show a before photo, because it's likely that anywhere in the world right now some one could be having their morning cereal. I refuse to be responsible for destroying so many computer monitors at once.

Here is the after shot showing the fact that I could step into one leg of my previous tight fitting shorts. It wasn't until a press photographer gave me this idea earlier on the day that I was actually even able to comprehend I would be able to do it.

Carrying a lot of weight around for an extended period means you get used to having a 'large physical presence', even now I sometimes wince as I try to squeeze past narrow openings, only later realising that I had plenty of room to spare.

Mr Bagel