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  1. says:

    Business buffs pop culture fanatics Beanie Baby collectors historians and anyone looking for a good read will find plenty to enjoy in this exposéAs someone who specifically remembers the long McDonald’s lines and aggressive sleuthing of new shipments to Hallmark stores the story behind Ty Warner’s billion dollar empire and how Beanie Babies became a cultural phenomenon is one that glued me to the page Even now Ty In

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    350 Stars For some reason I get random cravings for nonfiction books every once in a while When this book popped up on my feed I kept thinking about it While I was aware of the Beanie craze I was of the sidelines when it happened and I never truly understood why So I figured this might be an interesting readI had recently turned 14 and had

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    The mom and pop shop that sold these things in my hometown was staffed by two ugly old bitches who hoarded them and only sold to their

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    Recipe for Fascinating Sadness1 mistreated child2 misguided women1000000 acres of plush50000000 innocent suburban children50000000 obsessive suburban parents10000000000 dollarsinfinite financial optimismLet child stew in his own thoughts until he reaches entrepreneurial adulthood Add women one by one taking care to make sure they do not mix With great attention fold in the plush slowly at first but uickly as the plot com

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    Well this was a dark horse I wasn't sure I would want to listen to an entire audiobook on this topic but it turns out I would have listened to eight hours if available This book takes us through the origin story madness and decline of the Beanie Baby fad I never knew anything about the enigmatic founder Ty Warner but he might be the

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    Ostensibly this is the story of the strange period of time between 1996 and 1999 when adults turned a child's toy into currency but it is just as much an examination of the nature of a fad and the people who create themBea

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    Well this was some education I wasn't aware of existence of these things even though I couldn't fake Karate move without hitting one of them around the house I mean I know they're pretty eye catching plush toys and also seem to work like huge dopamine enhancer for my daughter but I didn't know they were The EntityNever h

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    A totally fascinating look at the man behind Beanie Babies and the cultural phenomenon greatly I didn't realize how terrible Ty Warner was so seeing how he played all of the strings here to make Beanie Babies what they were was at once fascinating and kind of appalling Totally worth a read for those who remember this er

  9. says:

    Beanie Babies were originally intended as fun playthings for children but as the old saying goes 'Whenever you have something intended as innocent fun for children you can count on adults to turn it into an obsess

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Read & Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ù Zac Bissonnette

In the annals of consumer crazes nothing compares to Beanie Babies With no advertising or big box distribution creator Ty Warner an eccentric college dropout become a billionaire in just three years And it was all 350 Stars For some reason I get random cravings for nonfiction books every once in a while When this book popped up on my feed I kept thinking about it While I was aware of the Beanie craze I was of the sidelines when it happened and I never truly understood why So I figured this might be an interesting readI had recently turned 14 and had just started at a new school Suddenly I was around all these new kids and I uickly developed my first girl crush at least my first girl crush that wasn t on Sarah Michelle Geller or another celebrity on a girl named Jennifer I remember being so excited the first time I got invited to Jennifer s house I walked into a formal dining room with a giant table that was covered with Beanie Babies so many with no room to spare I remember asking Jen just what is all this Well I soon found out after Jen s mother entered the room that this collection of plush toys was much Jen s mother s collection than her own What are these animals that had mom s going crazy Well let s just say I learned a lot about Beanies being Jennifer s friend and wanting to make a good impression on her mother of course But even being Jennifer s friend and even getting a few Beanies as gifts I still never truly understood the obsession This book was very informative While Ty himself only spoke a few words to the author he was able to talk to the people closest to Ty many of his employees and the biggest of collectors Bissonnette was really able to lay out just how the craze happened how people got carried away how it became all about the money and not the kids and finally how and when the bubble burst I feel like now I finally understand at least than I ever did and that s what I wanted out of reading this bookThe biggest thing to take away from this book is that Ty Warner is a flaming asshole I felt so badly for exes family members ex employees and even children he should have been a second father too He treated people like crap and got away with it This book is definitely frustrating in parts While this book is well reported and well written the 350 rating is about my enjoyment and it s hard at times to enjoy a book about an asshole There were also a few times that I thought the book dragged and I did think it ran a little long in the end but I would say it s a slightly above average non fiction read If you were like me and didn t understand the Beanie craze or even if you got a bit wrapped up into it I think you would find this interesting This book really portrays the craze well including the biggest players and behind the scenes of what really went on Hers to Protect years And it was all 350 Stars For some reason I get random cravings for nonfiction books every once in a while When this book popped up on my feed I kept thinking about it While I was aware of the Beanie craze I was of the sidelines when it happened and I never truly understood why So I figured this might be an interesting readI had recently turned 14 and had just started at a new school Suddenly I was around all these new kids and I uickly developed my first girl crush at least my first girl crush that wasn t on Sarah Michelle Geller or another celebrity on a girl named Jennifer I remember being so excited the first time I got invited to Jennifer s house I walked into a formal dining room with a giant table that was covered with Beanie Babies so many with no room to spare I remember asking Jen just what is all this Well I soon found out after Jen s mother entered the room that this collection of plush toys was much Jen s mother s collection than her own What are these animals that had mom s going crazy Well let s just say I learned a lot about Beanies being Jennifer s friend and wanting to make a good impression on her mother of course But even being Jennifer s friend and even getting a few Beanies as gifts I still never truly understood the obsession This book was very informative While Ty himself only spoke a few words to the author he was able to talk to the people closest to Ty many of his employees and the biggest of collectors Bissonnette was really able to lay out just how the craze happened how people got carried away how it became all about the money and not the kids and finally how and when the bubble burst I feel like now I finally understand at least than I ever did and that s what I wanted out of reading this bookThe biggest thing to take away from this book is that Ty Warner is a flaming asshole I felt so badly for exes family members ex employees and even children he should have been a second father too He treated people like crap and got away with it This book is definitely frustrating in parts While this book is well reported and well written the 350 rating is about my enjoyment and it s hard at times to enjoy a book about an asshole There were also a few times that I thought the book dragged and I did think it ran a little long in the end but I would say it s a slightly above average non fiction read If Her Small-Town Hero you were like me and didn t understand the Beanie craze or even if Red Tail (Travis Trilogy you got a bit wrapped up into it I think Promises in Tumble Creek you would find this interesting This book really portrays the craze well including the biggest players and behind the scenes of what really went on

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The Great Beanie Baby Bubble

Thanks to collectorsThe end of the craze was just as swift and extremely devastating with rare Beanie Babies deemed worthless as uickly as they'd once been deemed pricelessBissonnette draws on hundreds of intervi Well this was a dark horse I wasn t sure I would want to listen to an entire audiobook on this topic but it turns out I would have listened to eight hours if available This book takes us through the origin story madness and decline of the Beanie Baby fad I never knew anything about the enigmatic founder Ty Warner but he might be the most interesting person in the world Eccentric insane ruthless genius NEED a biopic immediately I loved hearing about his vision for the Beanies and why he knew he had the key to success it was all about the under stuffing I loved hearing about his laughable techniues randomly retiring Beanies for no reason but to drive sales that resonated so deeply with consumers that he laughed all the way to the bank Although I admired him he was movie villain awful The shady levels he went to to claim ideas including 100s of hang tag poems again need that biopic The amount of money grossed is shocked The influence on ebay and eCommerce was even shocking I also loved reliving that era I unearthed so many memories including McDonald s Teeny Beanies pretty sure my parents drove me to multiple locations so that I could get them all I should call them to thank them the Les and Sue Fox Beanie Baby guidebooks haven t thought of these in 20 years but they are crystal clear now and the specific names and identities of so many of the early animals A trip down memory lane and a juicy Soap Opera all in one An Impolite Seduction (Countess Trilogy years but they are crystal clear now and the specific names and identities of so many of the early animals A trip down memory lane and a juicy Soap Opera all in one

Read & Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ù Zac Bissonnette

Ews including a visit to a man who lives with his 40000 Ty products and an in prison interview with a guy who killed a coworker over a Beanie Baby debt for the first book on the most extraordinary craze of the 199 Well this was some education I wasn t aware of existence of these things even though I couldn t fake Karate move without hitting one of them around the house I mean I know they re pretty eye catching plush toys and also seem to work like huge dopamine enhancer for my daughter but I didn t know they were The EntityNever heard the background story never even thought there was a big company with history never knew there was uniue Man running the spectacular show of thousands people going crazy about what should have been a child toy but turned to investment for so many until the bubble burst Some say The Man had it coming and he did one critical move that caused the air to blow out won t spoil The Some forget everything is ephemeral and it s only a matter of time when your certainty about state of things will prove an illusion Only rare will have bag of money to show for all the hurt that remains The others They paid premium for uality education hopefullyIn short this book is great You probably won t love The Man but story is incredible