It will be illegal to resell toys after february 10th 2009

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Ra88, Jan 7, 2009.

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  1. Ra88

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    Friend of mine just showed me this.

    http://http://www.kvue.com/news/top/stories/010609kvue-kids_lead-me.466a87af.html

    I'm at a loss for words. This could have a MAJOR impact on the TF secondary market as well, since almost all TF toys are made for kids under 12.
     
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    I'd like to know what this means for places like ebay, would they have to pull all the toy auctions? Would sure make it a lots tougher to find old stuff.
     
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    Yeah well, with how big eBay is they'll have one hell of a fight on their hands when they try to stop them(us).
     
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    this is retarded. How can you possibly stop someone selling their own property? I can see how the bleeding heart parents are worried about "LEAD" this is like a hot topic word like "TERRORISM"!!!!! it gets you all worried for a whole lot of nothing. granted im sure there are viable examples but not enough to blanket a governmental ban on selling children's products.

    The BIGGEST problem with this is it is not addressing the issue of retarded parents. Lazy parents who do not do the appropriate research. If a parent is truly concerned about any possible dangers of a used item then this is the revolutionary answer . . . "DONT BUY IT"

    Go get another job to help out your finances and then you can afford new items.

    This country is always making policies for the weakest link
     
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