[VIDEO] Turn Your Hand into a Centaur!

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Handitaur – Having a hand is great, but imagine if you had a centaur at the end of your arm. That’s where Handitaur comes in. It transforms your hand into a mystical, magical, beardy centaur.

Get one here

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Vintage Toy: Cragstan Astronaut

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THE PANTSUIT REPORT: Kickstarter Effort to Fund Hillary Clinton ‘Ready-For-Action’ Figure

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CBCNews: Hillary Clinton gets her own ready-for-action figure

Entertainment – CBC News


Vintage Toy: Atom Bomber

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How Barbie Helped Bring Down Mattel’s CEO

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How Barbie helped bring down Mattel’s CEO – Washington Post


Vintage Toy of the Day: Kohno Kakuzo

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Kohno Kakuzo (Japan) 
1930s

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Vintage Toy Gun of the Day: ‘Space Pilot X Ray’

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Space Pilot X Ray

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1970s

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2014 ‘Year of Action’: Your Own Special Toy, The Barack Obama Action Figure

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“An Action Figure We Can Believe In”….The Barack Obama Action Figure at Amazon

The Q & A is almost as funny as the important warning: “WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD — Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.” (or non-liberal adults) Note: the action figure may or may not smoke cigarettes when you’re not looking.  Also, what about that index finger? Hmmm…

Q: Does the box… Say Made In China?

A: Made in Kenya, just like the “soooperhero!!!!”

Q: If I like the action figures I already have, can I keep the action figures I already have?

A: It turns out that your old action figure was overpriced. Even though you have a pre-existing action figure, you can still buy this one, which is…

Q: Does it come with a teleprompter?

A: No, but if your purchase him, you will own him and can make him say whatever you want. Just think of yourself as Leftist Special Interest Group…

Check out Barack Obama Action Figure at Amazon

Not a Joke: California School Holds Toy-Gun Buyback

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By  Ian Tuttle

A Hayward, Calif., elementary school principal is making an afternoon game of cops-and-robbers considerably more difficult:

An elementary school will hold a toy gun exchange Saturday, offering students a book and a chance to win a bicycle if they turn in their play weapons.

Strobridge Elementary Principal Charles Hill maintains that children who play with toy guns may not take real guns seriously.

“Playing with toy guns, saying ‘I’m going to shoot you,’ desensitizes them, so as they get older, it’s easier for them to use a real gun,” Hill said.

If Hill’s implicit conviction that a child cannot learn to distinguish between a real gun and, say, this, is true, then we have a lot bigger problems than some after-school cowboys-versus-Indians.

National Review Online