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All the money in the world could not keep Michael Brimer (left

All the money in the world could not keep Michael Brimer (left


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All the money in the world could not keep Michael Brimer (left

All the money in the world could not keep Michael Brimer (left) and Gordon Brown from falling asleep in their attemp on the world Monopoly record in June 1978

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In this print titled "All the money in the world could not keep Michael Brimer and Gordon Brown from falling asleep in their attempt on the world Monopoly record in June 1978" we are transported back to a nostalgic era of board games, leisure, and pastimes. The image captures two young men engrossed in an intense game of Monopoly, determined to break a world record. Clad in iconic 1970s Adidas attire, they sit hunched over the board with stacks of colorful play money scattered around them. However, as fate would have it, exhaustion eventually takes its toll on these ambitious players. Their eyes heavy with fatigue and heads resting against their hands, both Michael Brimer and Gordon Brown succumb to sleepiness mid-game. It's a humorous reminder that even when pursuing our passions or attempting grand feats like breaking records, our human limitations can sometimes catch up with us. This photograph beautifully encapsulates the essence of childhood hobbies and carefree leisure time spent engaging with friends through friendly competition. It serves as a gentle reminder that amidst life's hustle and bustle, it is important to take moments for ourselves – even if it means dozing off during an epic Monopoly battle. As we gaze upon this snapshot from Memory Lane Prints, we are reminded of simpler times filled with laughter, camaraderie, and innocent joy found within classic board games like Monopoly.

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