posted on Dec, 19 2016 @ 12:45 PM
It is strange to me that society as a whole doesn't realize that the government has a high degree of direct and indirect impact on toys in America. As
every country does worldwide really. I think we would all be ignorant if we didn't think some of the for kids toys and models of very advanced
aerodynamic designs isn't intentional. You can find a lot of them in patents. So there goes the classified tin hat wearers.
Toys provide imagination. Imagination fuels young minds. The government and society need more fueled young minds. The more thought provoked at a
younger age spurs greater thoughts at older ages. Different children are drawn to different toys and it would be useful to the government or certain
industries to have toys inspire potentially valuable thoughts at young ages.
That's my conspiracy anyway. Anyone that's seen one of my rants before will know that I think that the government should bring a lot more out of the
black and into the grey and even white. I often will argue that they need to in order to spur our current and future generations forward like the race
for supersonic flight and the space race did. In a small way they still do inspire the same emotions with toys. I was born in 1988. What has my
generation had to be inspired by? Lets see, a president that couldn't keep his dick in his pants is one of my earliest memories. And a guy being
chased down the highway for brutally murdering 2 people who also shared the same name as my favorite juice. Then adolescence and the twin towers go
down, one year after I was standing outside of them in awe right before a Yankee World Series parade. Then 15 years of nothing but wars with.. Who.
Terrorists, extremists, blah blah blah. At least when the Soviet Union was the boogey man technology brought us together more than it divided us. At
least I had Derek Jeter.