JumpStart by Robb Armstrong for December 02, 2023

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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  6 months ago

    So many things you can’t live without and then a week or two later you don’t even remember why you got them.

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    diazch408  6 months ago

    They did get the right expect.

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    alien011  6 months ago

    So if they’re from, like, a thousand years ago and still in their original packaging, they might be worth quite a lot. Check ebay, sell them and then buy up-to-date toys with the money.

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    Enter.Name.Here  6 months ago

    “So, they’re GOOD toys then (ever walk through the toy section at Walmart these days? One whole aisle of Lego, one aisle of Hot Wheels, One aisle of Barbie and one aisle of Nerf guns.

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    Rhetorical_Question   6 months ago

    Good Quality toys?

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    dlkrueger33  6 months ago

    I used to LOVE my wooden Tinker Toys.

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    sueb1863  6 months ago

    I’m not sure kids are that picky about what free toys they get.

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    jagedlo  6 months ago

    How often will you see Jojo in a suit?

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    Carl  Premium Member 6 months ago

    So, bought by adults, remembering their childhood, off the cheap shelves.

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    Ellis97  6 months ago

    Collectors will sure take them. They might be worth a fortune.

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    boydjb47  6 months ago

    I worked in public housing in the 90’s. Every Christmas a truck would arrive and give all the children a new bicycle. By early summer the yards were littered with discarded bikes. When things are free they don’t have as much value.

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    ChukLitl Premium Member 6 months ago

    If that’s the kids’ problem, the kids are the problem. Have those kids take the “inferior” toys to a shelter or child care where they’ll be loved.

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    Petemejia77  6 months ago

    That would make them much more valuable. To collectors at least.

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    brick10  6 months ago

    If you ask kids “What do you want?” they will tell you. They know what they see in the media & on-line, they know what other (richer) kids have.

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    yangeldf  6 months ago

    I collect action figures, so I know the experience of visiting multiple targets and other stores that sell toys to find the newest releases, and even getting friends who live in other states to help middle-man some. But I wasn’t doing that when I was freaking TEN!

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    Mike Baldwin creator 6 months ago

    Takes a kid to know what a Kid wants.

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    Maswartz  6 months ago

    Next time ask a kid NOT related to a cop.

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    Drgnslr Premium Member 6 months ago

    Oi, that’s pretty bad when something is worse than nothing…

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    John Lustig (Last Kiss) creator 6 months ago

    Then the toys would be about right for those of us who are ancient and in our second (or third) childhoods!

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    christelisbetty  6 months ago

    To a kid, 10 years ago is a thousand.

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    blindavocado Premium Member 6 months ago

    Ingratitude is the worst of human emotions

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    [Unnamed Reader - 14b4ce]  6 months ago

    Any Robot Commandos in there?

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