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Fighting Toys

To paraphrase a Lionel Bart song of yesteryear, “Toys ain’t what they used to be.”

Toys use to be just toys that you were meant to enjoy without any additional baggage when I was a child.  You had your favourites and would play with them for hours quite happily.  There were even occasions when you created your own versions of a particular toy that was unobtainable due to financial constraints or other reasons. Nowadays though, toys seem to be weighed down by issues dealing with marketing, licensing and even political correctness.