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Playmobil 3906 Police Checkpoint
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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As an adjunct to this product, I would also recommend that you purchase the Playmobil Armed Standoff Playset, Fisher-Price Little People Battering Ram, and the Nerf Tear-Gas Canister Deployment Gun.
Bill of Rights sold separately.
Finally, I found the Playmobil Police Checkpoint. It's everything a colorful plastic method of indoctrination should be: mobile, plastic, and filled with red warning signs. I love setting it up outside my house. That way I feel like I have to show papers to get in. I know I own it, but it's cooler if the state lets me in. They know best.
Still, I have a complaint about this darling set. I mean, I'm no curmudgeon, and I hate to nit-pick, especially over such a usefully didactic toy. But I must-
Lately, junior had frightened the missus and I over breakfast when he told us his third grade teacher was teaching evolution. Needless to say, we didn't have the money to file a lawsuit against the school. However, for just a fraction of that legal cost we could simply purchase this little gem to help eradicate the terrorist concepts that had been incubating in his head, such as "freedom of thought" or "unmonitored domestic travel". Lately, we even started setting this little playset up on his pillow as an alternative to money after he lost his baby teeth.
He cried when he woke, but it was a lesson well-learned. Where is your tooth fairy now, Junior? Where is your god now?! Thanks Playmobile!!
What with the War on Terror escalating to the Red Level any day now, I think it is so important our children learn how to surrender their freedoms and civil liberties at the youngest age possible.
If only I could have had this educational toy to play with when I was a child, I wouldn't be asking so many unpatriotic questions that no one in the government seems to want to answer, like:
-Why are we still in Iraq and exactly how do we win an occupation?
-Since when did it become okay to have unconstitutional wars?
-How was the 342-page Patriot Act assembled so quickly when it usually takes the government years to do anything?
-Why wasn't the government in nearly as much of a rush to investigate 9-11 or even intercept the planes or try very hard to capture that wascally wabbit Osama?
What's really great about this toy is that it's totally portable and easy to pack up and transport when you're in a hurry -- like if we ever get invited to one of those camp resorts we've heard so much about (I think they're sponsored by FEMA). Highly recommended for all ages.
Why in just over 10 minutes of play my 3 year old was kicking and beating his other dolls as they failed to slow down fast enough through the checkpoint.
The set lacks for realism as the officers are equipped with sidearms, but with no tasers or nightsticks. I hope Playmobil comes out with an accessory set for this soon.
We are really looking forward to the Playmobil Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib play sets for the next level up.
Why little Martin is goose stepping already, how precious.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good toy for teaching your little ones about how to submit to illegal detainment and searches in the age of the Patriot Act. It seems to me like some parts are missing, though. Read morePublished on March 11, 2013 by RW Haven
This has got to be the worst idea I've ever seen for a product. Not that I'm against the police, but one wonders at the notion of conditioning children for a police-state when... Read morePublished on February 28, 2013 by Jon Almada
I heard it makes a perfect complement with their historical version: the Playmobil Nazi "Paperz Pleaze" checkpoint. Read morePublished on February 16, 2013 by Thomas Purcell
This is the best toy on the market for your future little Fascist Dictator. Get them started ignoring the Constitution early and one day they may be a great King like Barack... Read morePublished on February 11, 2013 by John
Wow! Having recently decided to go on a trip, that will take me through a Constitution Free Zone, I knew that the family needed something to help understand what we were going to... Read morePublished on February 10, 2013 by American Archer
After unwrapping their brand new Girter and Panel downtown correctional center set and erecting a massive isolation tower, the kids dove right into Police Checkpoint for days of... Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I would give a full review of this toy, but it was confiscated from my child by the TSA at the airport when we were going to visit his grandparents. Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by GoodDad
I must say bravo to this great toy set. It should prove invaluable to indoctrinating my grandkids to nazi checkpoints in the airports and our nation's highways. Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by Steve Susman
Overall, I'd rate this as a fun and effective teaching tool. It's not quite as fun as Barbie's Breathalyzer Ignition Interlock Corvette, but I think the kids will enjoy it more... Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by C. Stuart Carter