BY KATIE LAMONT, East Lake High
This is a comeback we weren't expecting, or maybe subconsciosly hoped wouldn't happen. Furby. Back after 14 years,
and now without an off switch (let that sink in a little). Furby's makers say it is improved, providing a much more personal experience. Did you have the original nightmare-inducing toy? Did you keep it? Would you upgrade for $60? Click on this blurry childhood photo of my brother and me to check out who is lurking at the far left on the dresser top. Shudder.