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"A family that plays together, stays together" - Mr Eric Jewell, of Finchley, London, with his wife and children on a "quinticycle" - adapted from a tandem with sidecar, 1950.
Star Wars hats! So fun!
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A pepper-filled black hat stacks atop a presidential head that holds salt, offering honest-to-goodness eye-catching décor even when not in use.
Atomic power is like the unpopular kid on the playground these days, so it’s easy to forget that it was once the superstar of the energy world. Around the 1940s and 1950s, kids were encouraged to learn about atomic energy and even play with atomic-themed toys. The guns above didn’t use any real atomic power, of course, but they were labeled as “atomic” and marketed toward kids in the 50s and 60s.
If you call the number on Lucy Wilde's business card from 'Despicable Me 2', you will get her voice mail and get options to join the Anti-Villain League or report suspicious activity. 1-626-584-5723
The Five Person Pedal Surrey - Hammacher Schlemmer