Slate's Trivial Pursuit: A Dated Amusement? Bryan Curtis of Slate offers his thoughts on why Trivial Pursuit, the iconic board game of the 1980s, seems to have become an antique.
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Slate's Trivial Pursuit: A Dated Amusement?

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Slate's Trivial Pursuit: A Dated Amusement?

Slate's Trivial Pursuit: A Dated Amusement?

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Bryan Curtis of Slate offers his thoughts on why Trivial Pursuit, the iconic board game of the 1980s, seems to have become an antique.