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And Legos; this was the start of them making Lego sets that were movie tie-ins and I had no interest in that. I wanted either construction-themed or infrastructure-themed Legos. (I wish I had a picture of the asphalt paving machine I cobbled together out of various parts from other sets when I was 11 or 12.) Toys R Us always seemed to have more of the former than the latter. I tell you what I really wanted was some sort of like truck crane I could use when I was assembling other Lego sets and pretend the crane was lifting each brick into place to build whatever. For me, that would've been the cat's ass! But I guess that one is more on Lego than it is on Toys R Us.
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