The next day, she demanded that I buy her a Pokemon plastic bag for $10.99 plus tax. This bag would not cost more than two dollars if it did not have a Pokemon on it.
I only know that there are 150 varieties of Pokemon and that a box of 60 Pokemon cards just cost me $21.99, which my daughter screamed and cried for, so I figure I better learn something about this right away.
My son, George, apparently found a rare card in his pack called Poliwrath. As we were walking down the street, George was admiring his new card, when a boy and his brother came up and asked to look at it. The boy quickly grabbed the Pokemon card out of George's hand and took off with it on a bicycle.
My son started screaming. I did not see it and did not realize what had happened, so I just told him that we were going home. It was not until we got in the house that I understood what had happened.
My daughter, aged 7, claims that she lost some of her Pokemon cards at school, but it is obvious that they were stolen by other kids.
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