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Finally, America’s Youth Joins Forces and Congeal to Form this Hot Wheels 1967 Mustang

Finally, America’s Youth Joins Forces and Congeal to Form this Hot Wheels 1967 Mustang

Finally, America’s Youth Joins Forces and Congeal to Form this Hot Wheels 1967 Mustang
This is many kids.

The U.S. Census Bureau estimates, there were 41,910,114 youth age 10-19 in the United States, 13% of the total U.S. population, and yes, that is the equivalent to a teeny-tiny toy car.

A moment that will forever be etched in the sands of time took place this past Monday. Whether it was Jimmy McCrain, who was playing Minecraft in his basement, Emilia Edwards, who was having a catch with their mother in the backyard, or Devin Schmidt, playing online chess, they will for all eternity became the matchbox car pictured above.

“Hot Wheels 1967 Mustang, Hot Wheels, 1967 Redlines, Gold, Sweet Sixteen, Die-Cast Metal, Collectible Toy Car, Toy Car,” as described by the Etsy shop where I found this image. “ Old, rusty, and incredibly loosely connected the premise in this article,” said the inner voice that edits my thoughts as I think them.

Whatever. Fuck the voice in my head telling me this article is inconsequential in every way. If I want to further the cluttering of the consumable content on the internet who is the voice in my inner head to tell me not to do so.

Ok. Article over. That toy car is being sold for $1500 BTW. Click the thing. Odd.

-A Well-Mannered Grump

by: Joe McNaney

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