MH17 tributes in Moscow Forgive us - CBS 3 Springfield - WSHM
Mattel's exclusives this year run between $20 and $85, but the elite toys can fetch much more when they're put up for auction. The crown jewel for Wadleigh and his team this year is a Darth Vader die-cast car, the first official collaboration from Hot Wheels and the "Star Wars" franchise. The car imagine if a Chevrolet Corvette C5 and the villainous Sith lord's helmet had a baby comes in a sleek black box and encased in a replica of Vader's lightsaber, complete with a swooshing sound effect.
With rebels in control of the crash area, and reports of bodies and wreckage being tampered with, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte told reporters he had a "very intense" conversation with Putin on Saturday. Rutte said he told Putin "the opportunity expires to show the world that he is serious about helping." The tributes at the Dutch Embassy in Moscow include a hand-drawn picture of a plane broken in midair with the caption "children should not die," in a child's handwriting. Another message reads: "We are afraid, we are ashamed, we are in mourning." While the official Russian position is that Russia played no role and has no responsibility for the crash, what's striking in many of the notes is the use of the phrase "forgive us." The messages give a sense that the people who have left them do feel that Russia has an element of responsibility in what is playing out in eastern Ukraine. One note reads, in English, "Excuse us, please, if you can. Sorry! Russia, Moscow." Paying his condolences at the embassy, Muscovite Yuri Yemshanov told CNN it was "difficult to recognize that our country could be involved in this accident." "I think there's lot of proof that we're in closer relations and connections with the separatists in Ukraine.
Antique tennis racquets, toys, pumpkins and Coca Cola products - this Delco man collects them all and then some! - Ridley Town Talk - Delco News Network
His Dad Melvin, who was an entrepreneur and owned several businesses through the years, collected antique railroad locks and antique pocket watches. Robbins has select pieces of that collection in the stores display cases and especially treasures them because his dad recently passed away. He also cherishes an antique Dayton bicycle from 1909 that belonged to his grandfather which he holds among his most treasured possessions. In addition to all of his collections, Robbins has many autographs displayed on the walls of his store, including signed guitars from Eric Clapton, Robert Plant and AC/DC that he bought from a friend. Other autographs collected through the years include ones by Chuck Berry, Michael Landon, Eddie Murphy and Barbara Eden among others.