Hasbro learns why you should always pay your copy editors well

Hasbro is releasing a new edition of Monopoly, this one featuring game boards based on 22 different U.S. cities. (Why 22?) One problem: the Minneapolis edition includes two properties which are how do you say … not in Minneapolis. Those would be the Mall of America and Summit Avenue. In addition to that, the company's website which is supposed to show the "famous" (by Minnesota standards, anyway) Stone Arch Bridge actually shows a picture of the 10th Ave. bridge, which apparently is far less well known. At the website people can vote on which attractions they would like included in their city's set. Leading the vote for the Big M? The Mall of America. What exactly does this tell us about Minneapolins?