In what game are the winners filled with regret, while the losers are filled with relief?The answer: Virtual Stock Exchange. If you do really well playing with fake money, you wind up asking yourself, "Man, why didn't I do that with real money?" On the other hand, if you have a really lousy game and lose, you reassure yourself, "At least I wasn't doing that with the egg & butter money." You know, it seems like everybody runs some sort of game who has a blog. Wes Kenney did football picks. Kevin Bussey did some sort of blogger popularity game. So I thought to myself, what kind of game could I promote that would be fun for everyone involved, but would reinforce every stereotype about conservatives. Then it hit me: Greedy Capitalism! So, just click here to join our own little Baptist stock market game. I've named it the "Ledger A" Baptist Investment Club. The name comes from the life of the greatest Baptist capitalist of all times, John D. Rockefeller. At the Rockefeller Archive Center you can still see Rockefeller's "Ledger A"—his first personal accounting ledger that he started when he was just sixteen years old. Rockefeller was faithful to tithe from his humble beginnings and spent the last years of his life working full time trying to give his money away to charity. You'll need these details to join the game: Game ID: ledgeraclub Game Password: rockefeller The game will begin on Tuesday, September 3, 2007 (Monday is a holiday) and will end on Friday, November 30, 2007. After the game starts, no new players wil be admitted (if the market crashes and we all go into the hole, it wouldn't be fair for someone to join in mid-stream at $0).