Sunday, May 10, 2009

Change the Way You Gamble

You can now change the way you gamble. Take a quick flight out to San Jose Airport, drive a few exits down the road and head southeast to a park right in downtown. If you book ahead you to can play this...
ISO 400, f2.8, CC is welcome. But if you want to play this you can be the players piece with a hat or you can roll the huge dice. This is a once in a lifetime chance and all you have to come up with is the change from your life savings $1500. No monopoly money accepted, sorry no COD's.

10 comments:

Katy said...

LOVE IT!!!!

LOVE. IT.

LOOOOOOVE!!!!! IIIIIIT!!!!!

LUV. It.

LOOOOOOOOOOOVE it.


love IT!!!!!!


LoVeIt!

Chip Kohrman said...

NICE.

Blake, This is an awesome picture! Great job.

Breezi said...

(okay, That was me, not my husband commenting..... lol...)

Blake said...

someone forgot to log out lol!
Thanks both of you!

Maybe tomorrow I will have all of the picture of the board and a picture of myself in jail up. http://b-blogit.blogspot.com my blog

AprilF said...

That's really cool! I like your angle, I kept trying to figure out if it was a board game until I read what you wrote. Nice job!

Kristine N said...

Awesome photo. I love the joke, too!

Candace said...

Very cool picture! Is this actually painted on the ground somewhere? Sorry, I'm just a little confused. :)

Mindy said...

I'm confused too, but I LIKE IT!! Great angle! Great photo, Blake!!

Blake said...

In San Jose where I live there is Parker Park. Named after the Parker Brothers (makers of monopoly). There they have Monopoly in the park. There you see the whole game board with the same type of stone used for headstones layed in with the concrete. Its huge.
You can pay $1500 bucks to the city and you can go play all day if you like. They give you hats and you can be your own game piece and walk and stand on the properties. Or you can be one of the ones who rolls the dice that are huge, 3 feet tall.
Make sense now?

Mindy said...

Crazy!!! Monopoly takes forever to play on a table... I can't imagine walking around it all day! ;) (Or paying $1500 for the privilege! ;)