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I had a Pink Panther whose legs and arms could be bent to assume any position I wanted, until my wife threw it away, possibly because it was a gift from an old dance partner. After 10 years, I still miss it.
I still have a dinosaur with a hidden button that opens and closes its mouth. It was one of my kids' toys when they were toddlers. I keep it hidden, and only take it out for visiting children or others that I trust not to react unfavorably when I threaten them with it.
Couple of cloth dragons, couple of solar dancing figuring, a Cam-Am motorcycle toy, couple of plants, couple squishy balls, a pessimists' mug, cub full of pens and pencils, box of Kleenex, couple of manuals, and a small Tylenol bottle full of clipped finger nails with a warning written on it: "DO NOT OPEN UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE."
Gibson pursued a diversification strategy as a “music lifestyle” brand, pivoting unsuccessfully into the home entertainment and audio-equipment industries. The company has announced it will liquidate its consumer-electronics business while restructuring its business to focus on its musical instruments.
“They are an iconic American brand but the people who ran the company got greedy and started doing things that weren’t what got them there. The problem wasn’t people not buying enough guitars; it was the way they were running their business,” (Stevie Salas)
(and the reason I'm posting this here in the Lounge is that it's a follow-up to a post made here, I guess about a week ago.)