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The rise and fall of lawn darts

The rise and fall of lawn darts



2018-05-17T02:00:02+0000

There are a lot of dangerous children's toys from previous decades, but one particularly perilous game stands apart from the rest: lawn darts.

They originated in the actual wars of ancient Rome.



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