So US has Bee warmers and Singapore has Bulk warmers and Romania has Bee hungry? Is it Hasbro idiot or the retail stores idiot? Or both.
DISCHARGE wrote:Y'know, I blame the kids.
We all know that kids are the number 1
purchaser of Transformers and Bumblebee is what they
want. Well, why they Hell aren't they buying them?
so do i. if he is so popular then why are there 18 damn BBs in one store? and the stock stays like that for months. damn kids........
My kids want Cyberverse Cliffjumper and there are none. My kids want Cyberverse Knock Out and there are none. My kids want Cyberverse Breakdown and there are none. So don't blame them. It's not their fault.
They don't even get to the toy isle as much as we do.
Your children don't factor in with the norms. They have a collector for a parent. They have an inside tip.
When I was a kid, I didn't know what was coming out until:
a) I had seen it in person
b) There was advertisement for it.
I have realized that the modernization of America has made it more difficult for children to gain wages so they can absorb some of these accursed swarm of Bees.
You see, with the introduction of methods like machining to accomplish a goal faster we have lost too many skilled workers, like the children.
Back in the old days, you could work those little rugrats in the fields
pickin' potatoes and bean pods. Earnin' their worth for just one Bumblebee.
Now at the current rate for a Bumblebee divided by 10 cents a day for toiling in the fields they should have enough for Bumblebee in about 130 days(that's with no days off
) + a bit more to pay taxes.BUT THESE KIDS AREN'T EVEN WORKING!!!
How can we expect the economy to pick up when we are simultaneously selling these hot items but denying those who would buy the opportunity for capital
we can't stand for this. If we want these Bees removed WE MUST PUT THESE NIMBLE, ENERGETIC YOUTHS TO WORK!
Down with machines!
Ironic that to buy the toys we love, we must do what is right and destroy that which we love