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15 November 2017, 04:08 | Glen Norman
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Your $15 will not only buy you a piece of the land, you'll receive six more surprises in the month of December.
A significant one of these gifts is a portion of the game company's border territory, creating a large pool of landowners with whom the United States government will have to deal while attempting to build a wall around the national border.
The company announced their endeavor on their website and Twitter page and said they've consulted with a law firm specializing in eminent domain and vowed to make it harder for the president to build the wall.
"It's 2017, and the government is being run by a toilet", a website for the promotion reads. "It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out". "He is so afraid that he wants to build a $20 billion wall that everyone knows will accomplish nothing". Simply pay $15 on Cards Against Humanity's site and await your six presents. The first of those surprises will include a map of the vacant plot on the border, some new cards for the game, and other goodies. The game company that in 2016 dug (and filled in) a giant hole to nowhere has a new holiday stunt this year. This summer, it launched "Cards Against Humanity: For Her", a version of the game that was the same as the original but came in a pink box and cost $5 more.
This time around, Cards Against Humanity said it's limiting the holiday promotion to 150,000 participants to join in saving America from "injustice, lies, racism, the whole enchilada".
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