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One of the most interesting aspects to two jobs I’ve held was being able to peruse resumes for other job openings within the company. I was able to “screen” candidates before putting them into a pile for a higher authority to peruse. It was also a good opportunity to check out how others were repres...
  • Shanan Boles

    Walk Down Memory Lane with 80s Toys

  • Mandy Payne

    Remember this? Speak Spell Game for kids.

  • Patricia H

    My kids had this Speak & Spell, which debuted in the late 70s but hit its heyday in the 80s was one of those learning toys which we really didn’t mind getting for Christmas.

  • erivera24

    Speak & Spell childhood memories

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