Oh yes many hours of mousetrap. We had a couple of huge tubs of Legos,
those are great for making Rube Goldberg gizmos, along with every pot pan
and kitchen gizmo, the Lincoln logs and the erector set and a few things
from the garage all over the house. My grandmother actually had some legos
that were made of rubber. The pachinko balls were always all over the
place too from various games and forts and castles and such.
I'm sure that will be some popular toy, though I hope you get
lots of balls with it those are sure to disappear under the fridge.
From: Bill Daul <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2006 9:29 PM
Subject: RE: interesting fun stuff
ESPECIALLY cool frigits
If you're old enough to remember the classic game of Mousetrap you'll
undoubtedly recall its crazily addictive, cartoon-esque maze of chutes,
funnels, tunnels and ramps with great affection. Watching a marble meander
through a series of improbable obstacles was strangely mesmerizing. And it's
just one of the reasons why we think Frigits Deluxe is going to be equally
popular. This ingenious, fridge-based plaything has won every toy award
going, and is as addictive as it is simple.
From: Bill Daul <mailto:email@example.com
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2006 2:24 AM
; Dennis Daul
Subject: interesting fun stuff
Check this page out once and awhile...fun stuff appears here...
from the SciFi Channel.