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originally posted by: MystikMushroom
Man, I'm so glad I grew up when I did. I just came across a toy line I totally had forgotten about from my childhood. Does anyone else remember Dino Riders?
I don't know what it was about toys back then....GI Joe, MASK, Go-Bots and Transformers...but they were made well and held up to intense make-believe play well.
Today? Just throw your kid an iPad to play Angry Bird. No imagination, nothing...
I miss my old toys...
Johnny Seven O.M.A. (One Man Army) is a multi-function toy weapon produced by Deluxe Reading under their Topper Toys toyline, and released in 1964. Johnny Seven O.M.A. was the best selling boys' toy of 1964, and was marketed heavily on children's television. It has a unique number of features, including seven different actions (thus the "Seven" in the name). The toy is no longer made, and has become a collector's item.
originally posted by: Bluntone22
Legos and army men!
I had the green army guys when the tanks where full scale.
Toys and cartoons went to crap in the 80s