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Some Unusual Online Stores
image I saw the link to this unusual toy store over at J-Walk Blog. It's One Eyed Bob's Inappropriate Toys for Children. I wish some of these toys actually were real because they'd be a lot more fun than the boring stuff I played with as a kid. For instance, what kid wouldn't love a Volcano Human Sacrifice Kit, or an Aztec Human Sacrifice Kit that includes real frog hearts?

Poking around on the site, I discovered that the same server hosted a bunch of other fanciful stores, presumably all created by Andrew Lehman (to whom the site is registered). Here they are:


  • The Creationist Fossil Shop: "On Day Three the Creator fashioned an amazing array of plant life. He mischeviously and creatively imbedded them perfectly in the firmament made the day before."


  • Luddite.com: Providing its customers with the finest in alternative communications since 1993. For instance, if you choose their ground courier service "an able-bodied young man or woman will deliver your message or small parcel (20 lbs. or less) on foot within a 100-mile radius within two weeks."


  • Zen Sears Home & Auto Center: "Is a car that holds 20 gallons, that contains 10 gallons, half full or half empty?"

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Posted by The Curator on Thu Aug 12, 2004


tee heee.. some of toys on one eyd bob sound awesome..too bad they aint real
Posted by Jennny  on  Thu Aug 12, 2004  at  09:49 PM
I love witty people
Posted by PlantPerson  on  Fri Aug 13, 2004  at  07:22 PM
referenced article Half full or half empty.
Thats easy:
If the container had been full and it is now at one-half, it is half empty.
If the container wasempty and it is now at one-half, it is half full.
Posted by Paul Rogers  in  Honolulu, HI  on  Wed Aug 18, 2004  at  05:36 AM
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