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Remember dime-store water guns? (and warm summers?)
By Jim Trautman
On hot summer days in the 1950s, no place was cooler than the local five-and-dime store. The toy aisle would be filled with the latest in water pistols, perfect for cooling off or just for annoying your younger brother or sister. In the spring and summer, new plastic water g...
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