SecretAgentWoman: [l.yimg.com image 720x486]/obligCame here for this....showed this clip just last week to my smart ass 11yr old for the 1st time.......good times
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fickenchucker: Ctrl-Alt-Del: [www.sampa.com image 490x368]I saved Jarts from when I was a kid, as well as the Riviton building set, some Erector sets from the '60s, gave the kids Sizzlers and Bucky Balls, rigid plastic swords, and any number of "dangerous" toys.They had a trampoline, skateboards, bikes, scooters, and numerous Airsoft & BB guns.The key to safety? Be a parent, teach your kids how to not be stupid, and keep an eye on them when they're messing around with stuff until you know they're not stupid.They learn things are dangerous and fun, yet need a certain respect. Fast forward to now, and the high-schoolers have free access to their guns and archery equipment, hand tools, and power tools. While I'm at work they occupy themselves shooting things, practicing archery, and building things.Or we could wrap everyone in bales of fleece padding and wonder why they cannot leave the nest in their late teens or early twenties.
HMS_Blinkin: OK, a lot of those are dumb, but why does the Captain America shield have lead in it?
carrion_luggage: Obligatory:Really Fun Toy Banned Because Of 3 Stupid Dead Kids
Richard C Stanford: What about the My Little Pyromaniac: Arson Is Magic playset? Comes with zippos, gasoline, thermite, high explosives, white phosphorous, and everything else you need to ignite the passion in your little firebug.
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