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  • Given that women already get the short end of the stick in society, wouldn't it be fairer to reduce the screwage some?

    Polygamy, Jealousy, and Social Peace, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • It seems Johnny should want them to marry so it can be that good screwage.

    Galios: Sex Discrimination and Sexual-Orientation Discrimination Are The Same Thing

  • You have Knizia and you have the promise/potential of legos, and you manage to make an utterly banal roll & move game with a meaningless memory element, rules as written that completely don't work, and random screwage that makes you start over as you reach end; that's pitiful.

    Boardgame News

  • Though as a development game it interests me, I've heard the screwage factor is through the roof on this one.

    Elections - fresh news by plazoo.com

  • Until then, too many questions, too slow, not as much screwage and not as enjoyable for what is otherwise a simple mechanic. 5ish.

    Boardgame News

  • There are levels of screwage, and the whole country is going to be taken to a whole new one if nothing is done.

    Feministe

  • This chariot-racing game features simple, easily teachable rules, lively play, probability management, multiple tracks for varied play, and a high potential for screwage as players jockey for position on the racetrack.

    Boardgame News

  • This isn't the first time I've seen major screwage with respect to ESPN2 schedules and TiVo guide data.

    TiVo Community

  • -- a fan base that deserves screwage less than any other franchise's out there, mind you -- got screwed royally as a result.

    Hammer Player's Poker Blog

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  • The charge at a restaurant for bringing your own wine, in this modern cork-free age.

    July 20, 2009