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Dien Rice
December 20, 2019, 09:10 PM
Man, I wish I had the junk from that basement, circa 1968, it would be worth a fortune today. Well, it has been worth a fortune of knowledge, experience and gratitude.

Hi Gordon,

Thanks for sharing these memories!

And I think you're right... that basement, today, would be worth a fortune!

Which reminds me of something I'd been meaning to write about (but hadn't gotten around to it)... But you've given me a good excuse!

There's moolah in helping those of us graced with long lives relive our childhoods!

One company that's making good moolah doing that is... Magic Spoon.

They've recreated all those sugary cereal treats from childhood - but reborn as low-carb cereals!

https://images.fastcompany.net/image/upload/w_937,ar_16:9,c_fill,g_auto,f_auto,q_auto,fl_lossy /wp-cms/uploads/2019/06/p-1-90365668-low-carb-nostalgia-why-magic-spoon-the-childlike-cereal-for-adults-is-selling-out.jpg

Yeah... They're selling big. They sell over the internet, and ship it in the mail. (In order to make the numbers work out profitably for them, you have to buy 4 boxes at a time, for $39.)

If you want to learn more, check out these links...

Low-carb nostalgia: Why Magic Spoon, the ‘childlike cereal for adults,’ is selling out

Magic Spoon

There's money to be made in helping those who have led full lives, relive their childhood!

Best wishes, :)


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