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Transcendental Meditation Levitation?
Can she shoot hoops?
Talking of flyers, why is the Radio Flyer Wagon called the Radio Flyer Wagon? It doesn't fly and it doesn't have a radio.
Hi. I followed you from Proper Course. I hope it is okay. I am not sure if the camaraderie here is a private comraderie.
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Hey Dog, I've lost your email. Can You send it to me?
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katey and nick mostly nick: The inventor of the Radio Flyer was an Italian immigrant by the name of Antonio Pasin (1897-1990). There is nice 5 minute video about him on the company website. He was fascinated by radio and flying - both relatively new technologies in the early 1920s. His first wagon, made of wood, was called the Liberty Coaster that had a picture of the Statue of Liberty, which had impressed him on his arrival in the USA, in its logo. A later wagon was the "Lindy Flyer", which perhaps makes more sense than Radio Flyer.
'Radio' was the 1920s 'digital.'Baydog, I hope those are middle-schoolers. Otherwise I feel extremely old (I drive through a UMd campus on my way to work and those kids look barely high school age to me).Steve in Baltimore