Gundam canes. 2018.
Candy Kum Back Ball, Confectioners Journal April 1922.
And then ... only two months later ... the Candy Kum Back Ball had some competition. That's how it is in the cutthroat world of come back balls.
Delicious candy pills manufactured by Peerless Playthings Co., Inc. Ridgefield Park, NJ. Circa 1956. Pills for even days, pills for odd days. Just take one every day, junior. Just like mommy and daddy.
1936 Spors wholesale catalog (Minnesota).
Sifl & Olly, "United States of Whatever" (1999)
Scratch paste buffer for X Magazine #13 (1995).
Namco's 2002 arcade game XXXXXXXX!! (Don't Miss The Glass!!): slide glass along bar until it stops at given random marker.
Also took the time to compare a common, familiar translation site "X" with deepl.com again w/the game description on Namco's website.
"X": Slip the glass and put it in the target zone well, it is a sensible prize machine. "It's easy to stop, it's not easy to stop" game sex, no doubt! Of course it is a large-sized prize correspondence.
Deepl: This is a hands-on prize machine where you slide the glass and stop it at the target zone to receive a prize. The gameplay of "It seems easy to stop, but it's hard to stop" is sure to get you hooked! Of course, large prizes are available.
Deepl keeps winning. Deepl has also been good with Japanese dates whereas site "X" was getting them wrong. Like most of "X"'s products, I only use them about 10% of the time, when I'm not getting good results from other sites.
Keep on sexing games!
Squirrely Joe The Safety Woodchuck
HOW RADIO ISN'T DONE ‒ A Documentary about Don Joyce
I need you to admire the progress that has been made on my Street LEGO[R] Sculpture: Terrifying Space Base. During my regular detrashing run, I ran into what I called a Kid Explosion ‒ tiny toys, drawing utensils, LEGO, unidentifiable blue stuff which I'm guessing was Slime[R] (we'll be talking about Slime[R] later in the year), crayons, etc. While I was cleaning up the entire mess, a regular park goer stopped and thanked me for cleaning it up, indicating that he had seen a guy sifting through it earlier, "like he had found gold." While, of course, I was madly stuffing LEGO into my pockets. LEGO -is- gold. I still have about twenty extra pieces that have no place on my ever-growing pulsating LEGO thing from outer space ‒ mostly axles. My life has been all about axles lately.
I know what you're thinking, and do not worry, my friend. I licked each piece clean as a whistle.
why are so many of the pieces dirty then
That's Space Dust™.
Techmoan: Mid '70s party in a box (early karaoke machine)
This advertisement ran weekly in June 1892 of the Cedar Falls Gazette. BALLOON ASCENSION / EVERY ONE MUST GET A PRESENT / Ten barrels of the best flour, each barrel being one prize.
Lionel catalog (1958). Leo L. Lenny the Lionel Lion sez "hey mom and dad, trains really help junior get his shit together"
Junior: "OH BOY! I'M IN CONTROL!" Yeah ... yeah. Sure, now. Later, it's like goddamn scrambled eggs.
[Cardhouse] Please "enjoy" my: long tirade about supermarket's broken curbside technology
Patent Faucet Hole Closer. From Catalogue of billiard and bar supplies, saloon fittings furniture and general information : comprising the latest recipes ... intended as a standard book of reference for the billiard and bar trade (Geo. H. Stevens; 1894).
Cover those unsightly holes, proprieters. Cover them. I guess if you have a stenchy tap closet, this is the thing to get to "exclude air"? I can't recall ever having seen anything like this, though I don't spend a lot of time around late 19th century bars. Not as much as I'd like to [wink].
To Tell the Truth game show. May 24th, 1965.
"One of these young ladies has just survived an experiment in living called 'No Dough.'" [...] "I, Ann Foley, have just completed a month living exclusively on one credit card. Some of the things I was able to charge amaze me. They included stamps, a wig, a rented bicycle, a stuffed alligator, tickets to a baseball game, and even the services of a dentist ..."
Kimiyo Mishima Talks Her Career And Philosophy | Sokyo Gallery
Roanoke Daily Times, December 11th, 1899. Back in the late 19th century, newspapers used to run a "Who's Doing What" column perfect for the town busybody. This even extended out to businesses, with some papers informing everyone under the sun with long lists that Company X ordered N units of raw product Y on date D. You can't even TOUR Kellogg's any more, because Secretes. Hershey's, they used to let you wade in rivers of liquid chocolate back until '73. Now, it's an "endless Transit System-style dark ride" with "singing cows."
me: i want off
cow: no. endless. [aria]
Chemist & Druggist, July 30 1892. The fish cries tears because it will not be fried. It's a good idea for an advert, the disclaimer BECOMES the campaign.
To find little nuggets of whatever for the upcoming book (209X), I end up in a curious part of the internet in which many, many people devote part of their lives to taking numerous random images and making fake-worn metal signs out of them, even if there's no logical reason the sign would have existed in any reality.
"Ah yap ... that's what old fishin' stores used to do in the antiquities ... post up signs of tiny type advertise-mints for the latest hi-falutin' fishin' gear technological progressibles ..."
Microsoft Office 2013 Edition book cover. Autechre SIGN 2020 album cover design Designers Republic.