I tell my kids on a regular basis that people are more important than things. I tell them this, because I believe it is true. Like most true...
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Thursday, April 30, 2015
Y is for YoYo (thing)
When I think of the yoyo I think of the Duncan Couagempany and the yo-yo fad that started in the 1920's and the subsequent fads since then.
Did you know that the yoyo is a Tagalog word? Tagalog is a language of the Philippines. The yoyo was used for 400 years in the Philippines as a weapon for hunting and fighting, In Tagalog yoyo means come back. The yoyo goes back much farther than 400 years and dates back to 500 years before the time of Christ it was used as a toy in ancient Greece. It was also used in China, before moving to Europe in the 1800's. the toy came to the us in the 1860's with the British name bandalore. In 1920 A Filipino immigrant by the name of Pedro Flores brought the name yoyo to the US and started producing the toy his shop on California. His taught caught the attentiogin of Donald Duncan who brought the rights. to it.
A to Z blogging like the yoyo has had it's ups and downs for me. But with one day left we are definitely ending on an up.