Dart Wars

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Target for Tonight was a board game that was made in Sydney, Australia, in 1942.. Along with a cardboard ‘plane, it came with bomb-like darts. The board was placed on the floor, the player held their ‘plane over the target and then dropped the dart. Victory! Only collateral damage was possibly a dart in a toe.

A great way to stage a war.  Wish me luck as you wave me goodbye.

front of dart board
back of board
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The Big Phantom

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I crossed paths with the Phantom on Friday. Perched high above the Jamison Valley, he quietly surveyed the landscape before him.

Since childhood, I have been aware of his impressive and powerful presence as he moved assuredly about the comic book pages. But I never realised that he was that big!

I had forgotten the Old  Jungle Saying:
‘The Ghost is bigger than your puny imagination’.

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