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Camp Millionaire


 

Bloody hell. I wish my parents had sent me to this instead of Camp Knotty Knoll:

At Camp Millionaire, campers in five days create a minieconomy based around “moola” — mock currency that features a cow’s portrait — which kids use to spend, invest in stocks and compete with each other. They also use the fake currency to pay their “bills,” running around and depositing moola in large envelopes with labels like “phone bill” and “credit card bill.” Parents spend the real moola to send their kids to the weeklong session, which ranges from $279 to $300. Scholarships are available, based on financial need.


 
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