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NEW Name

Posted by Supertoy Robotics (Creator)

I was told sadly by the lawyers I cannot trademark Supertoy :(

After 100 names I came up with this...

He is a Genius, a Story teller, a raconteur a man for all seasons. 

The lawyers were happy they said its globally possible.

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    1. Supertoy Robotics Creator on

      I have seen a ghost. He was the local butcher. He was old. 70- something. I walked in like I do everyday, to buy my local meat. The man said his dad had died. Driving past one day in October, I could see an old man, very proud and happy standing outside the butcher shop. I asked next time within, who is this old man, shown in the photograph in the shop. He was my dad he said, he passed away this January.

    2. Supertoy Robotics Creator on

      Why Twain?

      There have been several precursors to braces or suspenders throughout the past 300 years, but the modern type were first invented in 1820 by Albert Thurston and were once almost universally worn due to the high cut of mid-nineteenth and early twentieth century trousers, a cut that made a belt impractical.[1] During the nineteenth century, they were sometimes called gallouses.[2][3] Samuel Clemens, known for his work as the author Mark Twain, patented "Adjustable and Detachable Straps for Garments," becoming one of the first to receive a United States patent for suspenders in 1871.

    3. Supertoy Robotics Creator on

      I have nothing to say but…

      Do you understand?

      Hush the babies are sleeping.