Originally Posted by Aries Walker
I always thought of the playing pieces as being representative of your "character"'s working-class days, and the blue-collar labor they were in before they started investing in buildings. The thimble was a tailor, the shoe was a cobbler, the hat was a milliner, the battleship was a seabee, and so on.
Beats me what the Scottie dog player was. Maybe a snooty divorcee living off her ex-husband's alimony, and carrying that hairy rat around in her purse.
The more things change.....