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(The New York Times)   Apparently a Size 2 pewter cauldron was not far off the mark when it came to shopping for kid's science gear in Victorian era England   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Victorian, mineralogy, Victorian era, Victorians, England, gears, Harry Potter fans, shopping  
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2012-12-25 09:39:52 AM  
I think a meth lab kit would be a good seller. Good stocking stuffer.
2012-12-25 09:42:43 AM  
What about Turkish Massage Owls and Magic Sand?
2012-12-25 09:53:34 AM  
Hey, Boys!
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Do you want to be a scientist? Try the Gilbert Chemistry Outfit For Boys, and grow up to be a chemist!

And for you young girls out there...
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Grow up to help those chemists! As a technician! Making a quarter as much!

2012-12-25 10:09:02 AM  
Is it possible there is a chemistry set trifecta in play now?
2012-12-25 10:25:14 AM  
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Now THIS was impressive... at least before the skin rash.
2012-12-25 01:22:18 PM  

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Now THIS was impressive... at least before the skin rash.

LOL, never noticed that on the kid's face before.
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