For years after high school, I cherished a 4-inch-wide, 3-inch-high transistor radio that looked like a TV console.It wasn't special because of the tiny music it spewed. It was that my boyfriend won it for me at a carnival game, spending gobs of money more than it was worth.The reputation of carnival games has changed, game operators at local county fairs and state fairs tell me. It has been moving away the past 20 years from a boy-did-we-get-screwed reputation. Instead, game operators are... [Read More]
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