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Despite black eyes, broken TVs, Wii doesn't make most dangerous toy list

Blake Snow

Who's to blame for flying Wiimotes, black eyes, and damaged goods? Early floss-like straps now new and improved, negligent users, or a little bit of both? Regardless, the Wii didn't make Radar's "10 most dangerous play things of all time" list losing to power wheel motorcycles, missile launchers, toy cannons, creepy crawlers, belt guns, and the ultimate toy of destruction; lawn darts or Jarts as they were marketed. From the article: "Lawn darts were massive weighted spears. You threw them. They stuck where they landed. If they happened to land in your skull, well, then you should have moved. During their brief (and generally awesome) reign in 1980s suburbia, Jarts racked up 6,700 injuries and four deaths."

Yeah. Wii didn't stand a chance against Jarts.

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