Wednesday, June 22, 2011


I picked up some Christmas Crackers from the 1960's at an auction. We wanted to see what the prizes were back in those days compared to todays Christmas Cracker prizes. This is what we got. Very simple plastic toys from a simpler time. It was ironic that the blue car is a Plymouth Fury much like my own Plymouth Fury 1.

Trivia: There are one trillion atoms in a grain of salt. But how do they count them? Hmm.

Did you know? New York City's narrowest house went on sale for $2.7 million in 2009. The 9 and a half foot by 42 foot (2.9x13 m), three storey home was built in Greenwich Village in 1873, sandwiched between two larger buildings.

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