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					Question Should you sell off your valuable childhood possessions in a yard sale? Should you drive a local kid's lemonade stand out of business? Should you spend less time with your career so you can go to the beach on the weekends? Should you skip the charity race to sleep in on a Saturday? Should you throw a party for your neighbors? Should you mow your elderly neighbor's extremely tall grass? Should you work as a human guinea pig? Should you sell insurance doorbut lose tobut lose door on the weekends? Should you buy an exotic pet? Should you keep your neighbors from bringing their annoying friends to your pool? Should you donate to the local theater? Should you regularly drive your hard-to-please elderly neighbor to the store? Should you ride a bike to work instead of taking a vehicle? Should you take time off from your career to finally write The Great American Novel? Should you delay yoru trip to help the old lady cross the street? Should you take advantage of a huge investment opportunity? Should you take advantage of debt refinancing? Should you take advantage of the bank's low interest loans? Should you take advantage of the car dealership's Memorial Day sale? Should you take advantage of low financing at the car dealership? Should you offer your friends dinner if they come along on a date and make you look good? Should you ask your friends to get involved in a risky investment (for them, at least)? Should you take a taxi to your next destination instead of walking? Shoud you work overtime? Should you convince your co-workers to work on weekends to increase productivity? Should you sell an extra ticket you have for the football game? Should you host a charity date auction? Should you vote for a home owner's tax break? Should you vote for an investor's tax break? Should you and your friends reassess your goals?

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Effect Description You gain 25 [MONEY], but lose 10 [HAPPINESS]. You gain 25 [MONEY], but lose 10 [SOCIAL]. You gain 25 [HAPPINESS], but lose 10 [MONEY]. You gain 25 [HAPPINESS], but lose 10 [SOCIAL]. You gain 25 [SOCIAL], but lose 10 [MONEY]. You gain 25 [SOCIAL], but lose 10 [HAPPINESS]. You gain 50 [MONEY], but lose 25 [HAPPINESS]. You gain 50 [MONEY], but lose 25 [SOCIAL]. You gain 50 [HAPPINESS], but lose 25 [MONEY]. You gain 50 [HAPPINESS], but lose 25 [SOCIAL]. You gain 50 [SOCIAL], but lose 25 [MONEY]. You gain 50 [SOCIAL], but lose 25 [HAPPINESS]. You gain 25 [MONEY], but lose one turn. You gain 25 [HAPPINESS], but lose one turn. You gain 25 [SOCIAL], but lose one turn. You can buy one Savings Certificate RIGHT NOW and get one free (limit one free). You can pay off any of your debt RIGHT NOW. You can borrow up to 30 Money Points at Low-Interest RIGHT NOW. You can buy a car RIGHT NOW for 10 Money Points less than normal price. You can buy a car RIGHT NOW and borrow Low-Interest money if necessary. You get 25 [HAPPINESS] and 25 [SOCIAL], but YOU must give each opponent 5 Money Points. You lose 15 [HAPPINESS] and 15 [SOCIAL], but each opponent must give YOU 5 Money Points. You lose 5 [MONEY], but can take an extra turn. You lose 5 [HAPPINESS], but can take an extra turn. You lose 5 [SOCIAL] but can take an extra turn. You sell 25 [SOCIAL] belonging to you to any player in exchange for Money Points (only one transaction this turn.) You sell 25 [HAPPINESS] belonging to you to any player in exchange for Money Points (only one transaction this turn.) All players who own a home get 5 [MONEY] from the bank. All players receive 5 [MONEY] for each Savings Certificate in possession RIGHT NOW. All players MUST move 25 Goal Points from one type to another in one's Life Goals.


				
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