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Old 11-18-2006, 01:32 PM   #11
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the ORIGINAL Power Rangers....I remember the very first series that came out, when they were simply the regular good ol' Power Rangers......257,435 spin-offs later theyre still around with like Power Rangers: We Ran Out Of Names Force
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Old 11-18-2006, 01:48 PM   #12
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haha, Furby.
Seen some new models of them at the store few days ago...

but as to the topic
*sometimes I wonder what happened to my sanity
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1) M.A.*.K.
2) The Hotwheels that had flip-damage panels when smacked together
3) Leon Neon (I think that is what they were called)
4) Saturn V water rocket
5) Slip N' Slide (remember the originals had METAL stakes??, then went to cheapo plastic)
6) Popples
7) Teddy Ruxpin
8.) Hotwheels cities that could fold up and be carried around
9) Those damned color changing tye-dyed shirts.
10) Go Bots
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Old 11-18-2006, 03:17 PM   #14
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Whatever happened to Rock & Roll? : )
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Old 11-18-2006, 03:22 PM   #15
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1) M.A.*.K.
2) The Hotwheels that had flip-damage panels when smacked together
3) Leon Neon (I think that is what they were called)
4) Saturn V water rocket
5) Slip N' Slide (remember the originals had METAL stakes??, then went to cheapo plastic)
6) Popples
7) Teddy Ruxpin
8.) Hotwheels cities that could fold up and be carried around
9) Those damned color changing tye-dyed shirts.
10) Go Bots
I had #2, and still have a #8 somewhere.
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Old 11-18-2006, 03:40 PM   #16
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ben & jerry'* Nuttywaffle cone
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How bout domino rally and those matchbox cars that would change color when you dipped them in water?
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Old 11-18-2006, 09:15 PM   #18
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How bout domino rally and those matchbox cars that would change color when you dipped them in water?
I remember those, and had a few too.

Here'* more to remember....the Transformers that when you pulled them back, they would go and "transform" by flipping.

Construx - I still kept alot of these, and my son loves playing with them when he comes to visit.

Pocket Simon.

LA Gear...for those that could not afford "The Pump" by Reebok.

Castle Greyskull with slime action

Wacky Wall Walkers, and the baking soda powered frog men.

Happy Meal containers, like "McBoo'*" and the showboats/UFO containers from eons ago.

God I wanna be a kid again.
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8.) Hotwheels cities that could fold up and be carried around
i had one of them...one of the thingf that fueled my love of cars when i was a kid....played with that thing lots
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what about erector sets, those were so fun
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