Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius Camera

 The shape of the Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius Camera gives it the ability to be useful for many different and stimulating applications. It takes good pictures but I like it anyway. It accepts 35mm film.

Phil Arny gave me this camera. He got it for $1.99 at a Value Village. I know that because he left the price tag on it. I put it through its paces. The camera ran smoothly, in the most exciting manner.

The small print says 2002 Viacom International, Inc and 2002 Hilton Hospitality. No information on where it was manufactured (though I can give a guess).

Like Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Great geniuses have the shortest biographies. Their cousins can tell you nothing about them.”

Trying to look like a genius, but not quite pulling it off.

GOTTA BLAST! (Jimmy’s catchphrase)

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