In an attempt to find a friend an affordable Ibex mount earlier today (failed, the cheapest was around $1,000 - and in England), I came across these little guys from Japan, designed specifically so tiny Japanese children can make scale replicas of Sagamore Hill in their bedrooms (as all tiny Japanese children want to do). Little American kids can also fill their dollhouses with these mini-mounts from Takara Tomy A.R.T.S. if their parents click here or here. Throw a couple itty bitty venetian mirrors and a chesterfield in there and you've got my apartment.
Note 1: In roughly a week, the blog may return to adult themes. Well, mature themes. Well, non-toy themes. None of that sounds right. But you understand.
Note 2: In the realm of big kid toys, I just purchased two of the world's most amazing ones: A Dyson canister vacuum and Apple TV. Both are revolutionizing my life. (Note 2b: Do not use Dyson vacuums with power carpet heads on zebra skin rugs unless you want them to have an extra set of stripes. Use them freely on everything else).