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June 17, 2007 at 7:13 pm 3 comments

La Deuda Eterna 

What better way to spend your Dia del Padre than playing the wholesome board game La Deuda Eterna! This “divertido juego” pits player against player to see who can conquer the I.M.F. first (the I.M.F. being targeted because of this small thing).

We found this game in an art store in el Microcentro and weren’t sure what was worse: the fact that such a game exists, or that the store was charging $65.90 for it.


Entry filed under: politics, pop culture.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Alan Patrick  |  July 4, 2007 at 10:28 am

    Hey guys,

    I…. errrr…. have a friend of a friend that might be interested in looking at buying this game.

    Can you remember which art store in the Microcentro you saw it in.

    My ‘friend of a friend’ would love it if you could remember 😉



  • 2. soysolindo  |  July 4, 2007 at 12:06 pm

    Jaja– the art store is on Florida, just north of Corrientes (by just a block or two, I think). Have your, uh, friend of a friend invite us over to play sometime.

    Thanks for reading– we love your blog!

  • 3. Alan Patrick  |  July 4, 2007 at 12:45 pm

    Thanks so much!

    This is going to sound really REALLY sad, but my ‘friend of a friend’ just recently started attending a noche de juegos that is held most tuesday nights… so when this game gets bought, I’m sure you’ll have an invite to its opening night 🙂

    Thanks for the nice words about my blog. It’s not all that really – the quality of writing/content here beats mine hands down… in fact, I’ve been meaning to add you to my blogroll for a while, so I’ll get round to that later today…


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