I wonder if kids know what an Erector Set is.
I wonder if kids still like getting train sets for Christmas.
I wonder if Amos & Andy would be allowed on television now.
I wonder when the last cardboard tube of Tinker Toys left the shelf.
I wonder if any kids know about Laurel and Hardy, or The Marx Brothers, or The Bowery Boys, or The Little Rascals, or Shirley Temple.
I wonder how squirrels remember where they buried everything.
I wonder if people miss Creature Features.
I wonder if kids still fingerpaint.
I wonder if Kenner is still fun.
I wonder if John Wayne really talked like that.
I wonder if a gangster ever said, “You dirty rat, you killed my brother.”
I wonder how many fathers really know best. Mine sure didn’t.
I wonder if kids still make salt dough maps that curl up and crack.
I wonder if kids still make gun racks in wood shop class.
I wonder if any kids know about Soupy Sales, Rae Deane & Friends, Tom Terrific, Wally Gator, Natasha and Boris, and Captain Kangaroo.
I wonder when the last elementary school student was allowed to walk home for lunch.
I wonder if Liberace really had a brother named George.
I wonder if box kites are still flying.
I wonder why Play Dough smells so good.
I wonder if anyone remembers “I’m Dickens, He’s Fenster.”
I wonder if any kids know what a Sears catalog is.
I wonder if kids know what dictionaries and encyclopedias are.
I wonder if anyone else ever fried baloney on the bottom of a metal coffee can.
I wonder if people remember how to talk without their thumbs.
I wonder when was the last time someone said, “Fill ‘er up.”