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A Cool 100

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“100″

A cool one hundred. That’s what the tally is today. About three and a half years ago, on October 10th 2009 to be exact, I decided to whip up a little website that would be dedicated to my reinvigorated passion for collecting vintage toys from my youth and today marks my 100th blog post.

“Human After All”

So what’s so special about the number 100? Not much really. Humans have 10 fingers (and toes) and that’s why the decimal system is the most widely used numerical base in the world by modern civilizations. That, and ten times ten is one hundred! :-) Humans tend to attach special value to multiples of 10. Multiples of ten -and especially powers of ten- are special milestones and moments of reflection for humans. Human beings are funny that way.

All the post numbers above are linked to their respective posts, so just click or tap them if you’re in the mood and join me next week for the start of the next cool one hundred! Have a great weekend, human! :-)

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10 Responses to “A Cool 100”

  1. dennis says:

    Happy 100th blog anniversary : )

  2. Nicky says:

    Happy anniversary! Your investigations are book worthy!

  3. Sjoerd says:

    Congratz! great achievement, every post so far is top quality, both in content as in layout!

    And listen to Nicky ;-)

  4. Simon says:

    Congratulations!!!

  5. Johan says:

    Here’s to another hundred SKÅL!!
    Great job on your blog, cheers from Sweden.

    • 20th Century Toy Collector says:

      “Proost” and “skol” is what the Dutch and Flemmish would say back to you when we raise our glass! :-) Thanks, dude!

  6. Maz says:

    Outstanding achievement, quality and quantity – two rare friends to have at once.

    Best blog ever :)

    All the best
    Maz

  7. Only just discovered this blog today.

    Bookmarked for life! Very impressed.

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