Forget all the rest. Come the the Big Babooba Enterprises Museum of Unnatural History. Best $10 you'll ever spend! It's got the worlds largest collection of inoperable lawnmowers and also boasts the largest collection of broken down pickup trucks on blocks in the world. Nowhere else in the world can you watch Mack, Fargo, Reo, Studebaker, International Harvester, Plymouth and Jeep pickups rot before your very eyes! One corner of the front yard is a cornucopia of curiosity. It contains everything people have thrown out their car windows onto my lawn for the last 25 years. The rest of the front and all of the side yard contain a collection of all the B 52 parts that fell onto my property since 1956.*If you're lucky, you might see one fly over and add to my collection! One more engine and I'll be able to complete my own. I sent off to Boeing for the assembly manual and already have started assembly in a separate area of my yard (extra charge of $25 to watch which is waived if you're willing to lend a hand). We anticipate our maiden flight to be late August of 2010 (if another B 52 is willing to drop us that last engine). Tickets are $2000 for THE flight that you'll never forget. Join us as we set off to bomb somebody (for $10,000 you'll get to pick the target and for $25,000 you can push THE button and say, "Bombs away!"). You'll have an experience that you'll talk about for years. Send for your tickets to Big Babooba Enterprises 69 Tucanchu Street Shanghai, China *Please don't tell the Air Force - they're still looking for all the B 36 parts they lost in the 50s. We had a hell of a time building and flying that one. That was a bad experience. Damn Russian MIGs. No more prop jobs for us!