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(WJAC TV Johnstown)   Fisher-Price launches work-from-home themed play sets. "My Meth Lab" strangely absent   ( divider line
    More: Amusing, Fisher-Price launches work, Mattel, home  
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2020-08-14 2:53:32 PM  
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Oh, they have it covered...
2020-08-14 2:58:06 PM  
How long before WJAC decides the news aggregate driven hit's allow it to install a paywall?
Which cause all hits to drop off.
And ad revenue to plummet. Causing them to stop broadcasting millions from atop the Alleghenies?
2020-08-14 3:40:24 PM  
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I prefer the LEGO version.
2020-08-14 3:48:17 PM  
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2020-08-14 4:09:08 PM  
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equals "shake and bake" home cook operation.
2020-08-14 6:26:07 PM  
When I read the headline I thought it was going to be satire like: Mommy and Daddy trying to set up a school Zoom meeting after drinking wine for breakfast. None of the figures wear pants but there are pants available in case they need to sign for a package.
2020-08-14 7:22:28 PM  

rjakobi: [Superlab Playset]

I prefer the LEGO version.

Mine came with the fly...
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...I thought it was missing, but I eventually found it.

Wasted a whole entire damn day looking for it...
2020-08-14 9:57:07 PM  
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