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Photos: What hung on your bedroom wall as a kid?

There are 130 comments on the USA Today story from Oct 11, 2013, titled Photos: What hung on your bedroom wall as a kid?. In it, USA Today reports that:

For this week's Spineless Classics giveaway, I asked you guys to tell me what hung on your bedroom walls when you were younger.

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Octopus

Albany, NY

#133 Jan 5, 2014
Jermaine 7 wrote:
<quoted text> uh huh...lol...
The one with the most toys wins.

Since: May 12

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#134 Jan 5, 2014
Octopus wrote:
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The one with the most toys wins.
WHAT?
Octopus

Albany, NY

#135 Jan 5, 2014
Jermaine 7 wrote:
<quoted text>WHAT?
Just because you do not like shopping for bargains, does not mean that I do not mind saving money. I get three times as much by buying wholesale. There is nothing wrong with that but I'll bet you are too good for outlet stores. I bet you probably pay top dollar for everything at Sears or Macys. I am not that stuck up. Besides, I find great deals on top brand items. The more you save, the more money you have left in your pocket. It can be bulk items also. If we already have it, we do not have to go out and buy more. Of course, it can not be big ticket merchandise because it is true that you get what you pay for. But still. I like high top sneakers for example. I know what cheap brands last and are very comfortable. I paid $90 for a pair one time and they did not last. Same with a coffee pot. I look for certain brands that are on sale or on clearance. I can get a lot for the money vs paying full price. The more toys, the better.

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#136 Jan 5, 2014
Octopus wrote:
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Just because you do not like shopping for bargains, does not mean that I do not mind saving money. I get three times as much by buying wholesale. There is nothing wrong with that but I'll bet you are too good for outlet stores. I bet you probably pay top dollar for everything at Sears or Macys. I am not that stuck up. Besides, I find great deals on top brand items. The more you save, the more money you have left in your pocket. It can be bulk items also. If we already have it, we do not have to go out and buy more. Of course, it can not be big ticket merchandise because it is true that you get what you pay for. But still. I like high top sneakers for example. I know what cheap brands last and are very comfortable. I paid $90 for a pair one time and they did not last. Same with a coffee pot. I look for certain brands that are on sale or on clearance. I can get a lot for the money vs paying full price. The more toys, the better.
Whatever....
Hangin Tough

UK

#137 Feb 9, 2014
Jim want photos of Jina wild.he Missies her so much.then he can have a very goodnight.
Roswell

New York, NY

#138 Apr 24, 2016
In the day's newspapers on July 8 the headline is given: "The air forces capture a flying saucer on a ranch in Roswell region." Jesse Marcel commander of Army Air Base in Roswell, which was personally warned place.

On 9 the headline read: "Ramey belies what flying saucer". Ramey was a brigadier general in the military base of Fort Worth (Texas) and moved at the request of Brazel, to see the remains, which immediately identified as a weather balloon. After the press photographed the remains.

In another article he tells how WW Brazel and his son found the material on June 14 , and was mainly formed by rubber bands, paper aluminum , cardboard and wooden rods, although it is said that the true remains were replaced by the brigade when she took the material to the base of Fort Worth.
Salut

Tempe, AZ

#139 May 4, 2016
From this moment a transition that would end centuries of hand based on manual labor work and the use of animal traction these being replaced by machinery for industrial manufacturing and transportation of goods and passengers began. This transition began in the late eighteenth century in the textile industry and the extraction and use of coal . Trade expansion was made possible by the development of communications with the construction of railways, canals or roads. The transition from a primarily agricultural economy to an industrial economy exerted a strong influence on the population, which grew rapidly especially in urban areas. The introduction of the steam engine of James Watt in different industries was the final step in the success of this revolution and its use meant a dramatic increase in production capacity. Later the development of ships and railways steam and development in the second half of XIX internal combustion engine and electric power accounted for unprecedented technological progress. As a result of industrial development were born new groups or social classes led by the proletariat industrial workers and peasants- the poor and the bourgeoisie , which owns the means of production and possessing most of the income and equity . This new social division led to the development of social and labor problems, protests and new ideologies that advocated and demanded an improvement in the living conditions of the lower classes, by way of trade unionism , the socialism , the anarchism , or communism .

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#140 May 7, 2016
Way off subject isn't it guys..........I was going to say boy band posters and pictures of dolphins
Snakebite

New York, NY

#141 May 17, 2016
Schiphol stands out for its large number of travelers and the very large number of intercontinental flights to North America. This success is due in part to Schiphol not only serves the population of Amsterdam but the entire region called Randstad , the megalopolis Netherlands with over 7 million inhabitants which also includes The Hague , Rotterdam and Utrecht , all less 60 kilometers from Schiphol.
Crying in the Chapel

Los Angeles, CA

#142 May 18, 2016
Until 1900 civil engineering projects were managed by creative architects, engineers and teachers over work , for example Vitruvius ( first century BC), Christopher Wren (1632-1723), Thomas Telford (1757-1834) and Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806 -1859). it was in the 1950's that organizations started to systematically implement tools and techniques of project management to complex engineering projects.

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