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Array ( [sid] => 186997 [catid] => 1 [aid] => mick [title] => The Joy Of KB TOYS [time] => 2020-05-29 20:46:47 [hometext] => [bodytext] => There was something that used to bring me joy.
It was when I went to the mall to go to KB Toys.
They sold certain video games for as low as 19.95.
Even though KB was awesome, they didn/'/t survive.
I went to the KB Toys that was in Morristown, Tennessee.
When they closed their doors, it was a great loss to me.
I bought games for the Genesis, the SNES, the PS1 and the N64.
But when 2001 came around, I wouldn/'/t buy games at KB anymore.
They shut down that year and all KB Toy stores were gone by the end of the decade.
I still have fond memories of buying games there and the many times they were played.



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The Joy Of KB TOYS

Contributed by randyjohnson on Friday, 29th May 2020 @ 08:46:47 PM in AEST
Topic: Nostalgic



There was something that used to bring me joy.
It was when I went to the mall to go to KB Toys.
They sold certain video games for as low as 19.95.
Even though KB was awesome, they didn/'/t survive.
I went to the KB Toys that was in Morristown, Tennessee.
When they closed their doors, it was a great loss to me.
I bought games for the Genesis, the SNES, the PS1 and the N64.
But when 2001 came around, I wouldn/'/t buy games at KB anymore.
They shut down that year and all KB Toy stores were gone by the end of the decade.
I still have fond memories of buying games there and the many times they were played.







Copyright © randyjohnson ... [ 2020-05-29 20:46:47]
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Re: The Joy Of KB TOYS (User Rating: 1 )
by speedy on Saturday, 30th May 2020 @ 02:03:44 AM AEST
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We used to go to Toys/'/R Us to get our video games. We had Atari (at my dad/'/s) until 1986, then came the NES. My brother got the N64 when he turned 10 - he still has it at the age of 35. I still have the NES. We always had tournaments to see who could get the highest scores.

This was a great write.

Hannah B


Re: The Joy Of KB TOYS (User Rating: 1 )
by TheNugget on Sunday, 31st May 2020 @ 05:45:16 PM AEST
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Memories.
I used to play with lead soldiers.
I bit their heads off.
Worth a few bucks these days.




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