Moon rocket

Moon rocket

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  • Ever have toy envy? Yeah me too...

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  • This digital Flying alarm clock launches a rotor into the air that flies around the room as the alarm sounds, flying up to 9' in the air, this flying alarm clock will not cease ringing until the rotor is returned to the flying ala... This digital Flying alarm clock launches a rotor into the air that flies around the room as the alarm sounds, flying up to 9' in the air, this flying alarm clock will not cease ringing until the rotor is returned to the flying alarm clock base! Gone are the days of silencing your alarm with a tap of the button, you'll have to catch the rotor and put it back on the base and by then chances are you'll be awake.

  • a great way to pass the time...

  • Sure, you'll look like a jackass. But who cares? You'll be having a blast. Until you spring a leak.

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  • Perfect for those long trips where you just HAVE to get some yoga or stretching in. It's always important to keep your circulation flowing while traveling. Sitting for too long can cause some undesired effects. A portable book for... Perfect for those long trips where you just HAVE to get some yoga or stretching in. It's always important to keep your circulation flowing while traveling. Sitting for too long can cause some undesired effects. A portable book for you to take with you on your next adventure. Bon voyage!

  • This kit is so smart. I feel like someone designed it especially for my in flight needs. It is a portable little package that has all of the amenities you want when flying all packaged in a microfiber case. The kit includes a dent... This kit is so smart. I feel like someone designed it especially for my in flight needs. It is a portable little package that has all of the amenities you want when flying all packaged in a microfiber case. The kit includes a dental kit, neck rest, chocolates, pair of slipper socks, eye shade, moist towelettes, pen, set of earplugs, and even a deck of cards.

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  • Remember back in the day when children in movies were ugly? What happened? Now kids in movies are little mini models. I hate that. Kids are suppose to be ugly and awkward. Then they blossom. Sorry, I'm still mad at China over that... Remember back in the day when children in movies were ugly? What happened? Now kids in movies are little mini models. I hate that. Kids are suppose to be ugly and awkward. Then they blossom. Sorry, I'm still mad at China over that whole thing... Anyway, there are ugly children in this movie. They sing songs. They dance and make pouty sour faces until MARY POPPPPINSSS (Oprah voice) flies into town to sprinkle their lives with magic! This movie is evidence that EVERYONE was high in the 60's.

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  • The only clock you'll ever buy that doesn't even work. The box describes the Time Flies Flying Novelty Clock as : "A timely reminder to celebrate and cherish every moment of every day. Take time to reflect on all the good ti... The only clock you'll ever buy that doesn't even work. The box describes the Time Flies Flying Novelty Clock as : "A timely reminder to celebrate and cherish every moment of every day. Take time to reflect on all the good times gone by. Make the time for better days ahead. Give your time to something or someone deserving." $9.95

    Tags: clocks, flying, time, fun
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  • I bought one of these 'for my son' for Christmas. We went to my parent's house and it was a huge hit -- easy to fly, fantastic hovering and a real sense of flight in front of your nose and in your living room. It goes for about 5 ... I bought one of these 'for my son' for Christmas. We went to my parent's house and it was a huge hit -- easy to fly, fantastic hovering and a real sense of flight in front of your nose and in your living room. It goes for about 5 minutes of fly time for 20 minutes or so of charge and our's didn't break -- although there are lots of horror stories of them doing so. Highly recommended. It's funny to think -- when I was a kid, we made a hovercraft out of a little electric motor and egg box. The batteries were connected with wire to mnimise the weight. Nowadays, the batteries are rechargable and small enough to put on board. There are some great (more expensive) 4-rotor&motor 'copters out there that work on a similar principle to this one. I can't wait to see what we get in a few years.

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  • Great kite for amateurs. Its about 2 meters across and able to handle any crazy maneuver you throw out it. Made with virtually unbreakable material. Great for kids

  • Learn how to trapeze as they do in the circus. This class will introduce you to all aspects of flying, familiarize you with the apparatus and terminology of the trapeze, and teach you to perform basic tricks to a catcher. Once ... Learn how to trapeze as they do in the circus. This class will introduce you to all aspects of flying, familiarize you with the apparatus and terminology of the trapeze, and teach you to perform basic tricks to a catcher. Once you have perfected the necessary skills on the ground you will be strapped into a harness, taken up to trapeze level, and fly through the air to be caught by a professional catcher on the other side. Swing, fly, flip, roll - this experience is sure to provide everyone with the thrill of a lifetime.

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  • This kite is shaped like a giant cursor, so it looks like some giant being is using a laptop to point at things on the landscape. I never thought you'd be able to capture the inner geek in kite-form, but I've been proven wrong.

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