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Candidates plug into Net's power as never before

Kerry goes surfing for cash, as Bush focuses on message

By Mark Jurkowitz
Globe Staff / June 12, 2004

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In an Internet game called Kerryopoly, a player starts with $40,000, clicks to roll the dice, most probably lands on an expensive possession owned by John F. Kerry -- a $5,000 bicycle, a $700,000 boat -- and plunges into debt. (Landing on Kerry's Nantucket home triggers the theme song to "Gilligan's Island.") (Full Article: 1104 Words)

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