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Nerf Legal Warfare: 5 Tales Of Foamy Fun Gone Wrong
In late 1969, Reyn Guyer, inventor of the game Twister, did it again. He invented a foamy toy that became a classic -- Nerf, "The World's First Indoor Ball." Since that first ball forty-five years ago, the Nerf brand has expanded to include many other products, including footballs and an arsenal of toy weapons. This week, On Remand looks back at Nerf and five legal tales of foamy fun gone wrong.