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The rise and fall of the Easy-Bake Oven 

Come here, kiddos, and sit on grandma's knee. I'll tell you about the hardscrabble times, the lean years, when we Toughskins-wearing moppets, our shoulders scabbed and oozing from our smallpox shots, not only used phones that were attached to the wall by…

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