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Remote Controlled Pirate Ship

 - Sep 24, 2007   Updated: Apr 7 2011
References: shinyshack & gizmodiva
Pirate lovers rejoice; ninjas beware! Shiny Shack now features a remote controlled pirate ship because, "Pirates have all the fun, they sail around firing cannons at each other and even manage to make wooden legs and parrot accessories look cool." Pirates at heart can not only sail the high seas but blast at oncoming ninjas with lights and sound!

Implications - Even though treasure-hunting pirates are now only seen in movies and books, being a pirate that sails the seven seas is still a desired occupation of many young children. The fascination people still have with the brutish, water-loving bandits gives toy companies, movie producers and interior designers a wicked opportunity to create badass products.