There’s a new board game coming out soon, it’s called Monopoly for Socialists. This iteration of the world’s most famous board game is a bit different from the original Parker Brothers version, and this is how it works. When the person with the most money, properties, houses & hotels passes Go, they are required to give one of their properties, houses or hotels to the player with the least number of properties houses and hotels. Then, instead of collecting $200 when passing Go, the person with the most money, property, etc., pays a 35% income tax to be split among the other players. Game theory scientist have discovered on glaring problem though—they’ve made the game too realistic. You see, just like socialism, after a while the players quit buying and increasing the value of their properties with houses & hotels; instead they simply wait for their handouts when someone else passed Go.