Baby Cage What do you do when your baby wants some fresh air but you can’t leave the home? Place your bundle of joy in a cage shoddily attached to an open window of course. Patented in the United States in 1922 and popular in 1930’s London, the baby cage was intended for city folk whose kids weren’t getting enough fresh air, sunshine and fractured skulls.
Holy Moly that’s crazy! I saw this on AOL News today & about wet my britches! Even though it’s a 90 year old photo…it makes me a nervous wreck!
The Firebox Think pulling the fire alarm is a fun prank? Not when this 1938 device, which traps your hand until the police arrive, is involved. While the invention may deter the mischievous teen, it also kills the heroic man who’s yanking the dang thing cause there’s an actual blazing inferno. Talk about taking one for the team!
Something tells me they didn’t think this one all the way through!
Hallmark may want to upgrade their mirror cards next year.
So right now.. I’m sitting at home.. In the dark…listening to the storm outside.
And… I’m pretty ticked that the electricity is out! That means all muh shows won’t record! Ugh!