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Pre-owned:
An item that has been used or worn previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.
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Size:
Small
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T-Rex
Department:
Unisex Kids
Style:
Lunch-box
Bag Height:
8 in
Material:
100% Polyester
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Jurassic Park, 3D
Pattern:
Solid
Features:
Insulated
Color:
Blue Black silver
Vintage:
No
Character Family:
Jurassic World
Closure:
Zip
Brand:
3D
Bag Depth:
3 in
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9 1/2


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USB Wine

Since this is French, it probably won't work in the U.S.

More info: usbwine.com

Posted By: Alex - Fri Jan 07, 2022 - Comments (4)
Category: Humor | Boots Chiruca MARTE TOP 2018 (227003) | Internet

A Wild Man of Alabama

Society does not tolerate outsiders and hermits very well.

Source: The True Democrat (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)16 Mar 1853, Wed Page 2



Posted By: Paul - Fri Jan 07, 2022 - Comments (0)
Category: Regionalism | Vigilante Justice | Hermits | Dogs | Nineteenth Century

The Microsoft Hinged Box

Microsoft received its first patent in 1986 (Patent No. 4,588,074). By this time it was already a huge company, having released Microsoft Windows the previous year. But its first patent wasn't for anything related to computers or software. Instead, it was for a kind of hinged box designed to store and support books and articles.

It then didn't receive any more patents for another two years.

I'm curious about the backstory of this hinged box. What inspired its invention? Did Microsoft ever attempt to manufacture or sell it? And why did the company feel compelled to patent it?

Posted By: Alex - Thu Jan 06, 2022 - Comments (0)
Category: Inventions | Technology | 1980s

Insect Sour

A new alcoholic beverage, "Insect Sour," on sale in Japan boasts that its main ingredient is "giant water bug extract". These water bugs are apparently popular among bug aficionados because they have "a sweet, almost fruity, flavor comparable to some types of shellfish like shrimp."

I bet it pairs well with Insect Balls.

More info: Sora News 24

Posted By: Alex - Wed Jan 05, 2022 - Comments (1)
Category: ienjoy Home 3 Piece Vines Patterned Home Collection Premium Ultr | Insects and Spiders

Follies of the Madmen #523





Source (pages 10 and 11).

Posted By: Paul - Wed Jan 05, 2022 - Comments (0)
Category: Aliens | Advertising | Comics | Cereal | 1950s

Earth’s Black Box

On an empty plain in Tasmania there now sits a metallic structure filled with storage drives that is recording "every step we take" toward climate-change catastrophe. Its creators — marketing communications company Clemenger BBDO in collaboration with University of Tasmania researchers — describe it as "Earth's Black Box".

Perhaps I'm too cynical, but I predict that the project is abandoned within 20 years and this turns into an architectural curiosity sitting in the middle of nowhere. I was going to say 10 years, but I'll be charitable.

More info: cnet.com, EarthsBlackBox.com

Posted By: Alex - Tue Jan 04, 2022 - Comments (2)
Category: Architecture | Armageddon and Apocalypses | Technology

Rejuvenique Facial Toning Mask



Still being made and sold! Get yours via the Amazon link below!

Posted By: Paul - Tue Jan 04, 2022 - Comments (3)
Category: Beauty, Ugliness and Other Aesthetic Issues | Body Modifications | Inventions | Technology | Twentieth Century | Twenty-first Century

Relax With My Horns

Not an album for those suffering from coulrophobia.

Info from mps-music.com:

Recorded in 1966, Relax With My Horns and Vision are companion albums set in trio. [Hans] Koller shares some of the compositional and arrangement work with Viennese Hans Rettenbacher, who was one of the most sought after bassists on the European scene, as his work with the likes of Eric Dolphy and Don Ellis can attest.



Posted By: Alex - Mon Jan 03, 2022 - Comments (2)
Category: Clowns | Music | 1960s

Calcreose

No longer will tuberculosis sufferers have to lick telephone poles for the creosote and hang out at lime quarries inhaling the dust, for now Calcreose supplies all of those vital ingredients which you can stomach. Apparently good for a hundred ailments.















Posted By: Paul - Mon Jan 03, 2022 - Comments (4)
Category: Patent Medicines, Nostrums and Snake Oil | Twentieth Century

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