It's fun to think back on our childhood years of simple, fun, play when nothing else mattered and that's why the Strong National Museum of Play created the "National Toy Hall of Fame" where each year, people get to vote on which nominated toys or play-things should receive a place in the Toy Hall of Fame.
(THIS THROWBACK THURSDAY POST WAS FIRST PUBLISHED IN 2012)
On October 8, 1919 at 12 noon the 20 mule team came to Norwich and stopped at the grocery store of H. O. Gregory located at 58 1-2 North Broad Street. Tarrantula Pete gave a lecture and handed out samples of Borax...
We all love sitting down and getting attached to shows. Especially those 90's reality shows that cut to commercial before they tell you anything so you have to watch the end. Here are some clips and highlights of those shows:
Remember when playing meant hours on the floor or outside playing with toys that were rugged? Every kind of toy today is tied to a movie, a show, a video game and has it's own website so that the company can make even more money by selling you something else. Even Legos have their own action cartoon and of course a website with games. Toys are not just toys anymore. I wish toys were simply jus