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toyswillmickeal   5/15/2013 6:44:12 AM
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Before I headed to the cinema, I was worried that the film Wall-E would suffer hypocrisy by the only mechanism that would make its production possible. Yes, it is Disney. For example, you can buy Wall-E shirts, hats, toys, and everything that might be compacted into a garbage skyscraper seven hundred years in the future. But, whatever, Wall-E is cute. And Wall-E mechanism is very popular now. If you are an environmental protector, you must take it. It can be used as a promotion gift to volunteers as a reminder of environmental protection. Of course, Wall-E and Eve plush toys are a perfect group if you can understand their love story.



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