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Calling it a night.............................
Ah yes ... the thing most of us use to play this game!
I love the second cartoon. You should hear my children trying to explain to my grandkids how it used to be. But my kids were lucky because we had a set of World Book Encyclopedia and I kept it up to date each year.
... and no, I'm not posting anything for the game here. LOL
I concur! This resource is fantastic!
I was raised to use the reference section of our Public Library in the days of the 12 (?) volumes of Encyclopedia Britannica with their salesmen knocking on our door in vain!
Back to the game:
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Just put a mask on these two and this would be oh so 2020 ... LOL
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