My 5- and 3-year olds are addicted to LeapFrog's technology-based, educational products. This is truly perverse, but they both know how to purchase games for it online. They got their LeapFrog as a "present" but it is as much a present as a boat or plane - the upfront costs are just the beginning. The only thing good about it from my perspective is that it means that the kids steal my iPad less frequently.
As I am currently clearly on the losing end of this business arrangement, I can only assume that the LeapFrog (LF) shareholders are on the winning end of it. LF's common stock appears to cost significantly less than the shares are worth. It...
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