Cards Against Humanity doles out pieces of Maine island

Linked on December 24, 2014

According to Cards Against Humanity’s letter to participants, the company bought the island for the following reasons: “1) Because it was funny, and 2) so we could give you a small piece of it. Also, 3) we’re preserving a pristine bit of American wilderness.”

The company also contributed $250,000 raised through the campaign to the Washington, D.C.-based Sunlight Foundation, which promotes transparency in government.

Cool story. Also, check out the wonderful photos and writing over at Everything Will Be Noble about exploring the same island.