What we have here is a gentleman dressed as the Monopoly Man (or Rich Uncle Pennybags if you want to be technical) doing a keg stand before Sunday's Pittsburgh Steelers-New York Jets game.
In one of the stranger promotions in history, Monopoly announced on its Facebook page today that eight of its original tokens have landed in jail.
Look, we get it: When making blockbusters, Hollywood studios have found that they have to go with proven ideas—it's just too risky now to make a $150 million movie on an unproven screenplay, and it makes more sense to take something with a built-in audience, like, say, the Transformers toys or the game Battleship, and use that as a basis to make a big sci-fi movie.
Do you remember how exciting it was every time you opened up that colorful box, rifled through its colorful contents and then laid it all out, ready to play.
Who didn't love their Gameboy or Legos or G.
According to Roger Ebert, video games can never be art.