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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Gregory Booth
Zippo lighters have retained their retro cool even as the tiny northwestern Pennsylvania company that makes them gets ready to celebrate its 80th anniversary and 500 millionth lighter next year.
"It has to be something that feels like Zippo," Mr. Booth says of the travel bags, backpacks, watches, sunglasses, jeans and leisure shirts, wallets, pens, liquor flasks, outdoor hand warmers, playing cards and even a fragrance, which comes in a lighter-shaped canister (and, yes, a lid that clicks).