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Cards Against Humanity tries to disrupt wealth inequality with latest campaign

Cards can make people laugh, and they can make them rich.  We're not talking about gambling. Rather, it's another round of Cards Against Humanity trying to "save America" with a fundraising campaign.  SEE ALSO: Sorry, Cards Against Humanity can't stop Trump's wall For day three of the effort, Cards Against Humanity attempted to tackle wealth inequality. The issue is pervasive not only in America but also in economies worldwide.
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