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Wednesday, July 18, 2007


This post was VERY useful, I felt compelled to say thank you for taking the time to write it. It seems as though many popular and many not so popular toys are often recalled and it's terriably hard to keep up with them. I have a newborn daughter - and learned that the Rainforest travel along swing was recalled - however Walmart & Target still have them on shelf.

Wow. Great Post.

Wal mart and target and k whatever, dont care about you the consumer...nor does dollar general due to the fake anti freeze toothpaste. Just wait, the reps in congress take over again and it will get much worse. Trust me.

Manda: Yeah, I would stop shopping at all the stores selling dangerous toys, except I would have no place left to shop.

James: I fear it will take something really awful to happen before Congress does a thing.

Great post. Thank you.
We just bought Thomas Trains which were recalled on June 2007. Why they carry them at all, I do not understand.

Your welcome.

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