fnord wrote:If you like something, for the love of dog don't share it with EB.
shoeless wrote:Deadareus wrote:Brickset.com
Really wish I could unsee this.
I was all about some LEGOs as a kid. Had all kinds. A couple favorites were pirate ships and castles.
Is it possible to find older models that are complete.....no missing pieces? (on second thought, maybe you shouldnt tell me )
virtualmert wrote:Love me some LEGO, used to have a fudge ton. Boxes and boxes, thousands of pieces. Parents dumped them at some point.
The kid is gonna start getting into it soon though, whether she likes it or not!
rmoore wrote:virtualmert wrote:Plus, I sold a bunch of the more valuable SW sets to buy more posters. It's the circle of life.
Not sure if anyone on this forum is into Giantbomb (games) or Tested (for tech and other news) but on Tested.com they are currently seeing who can build 3000+ lego's faster.
First video is free, rest is premium member videos. its 50 bucks a year, but you get a tshirt and a ton of special videos on all Wiskey Media sites.
adamsmasher wrote: There is not enough wall space for ambivalence.
qotsa909 wrote:i started collecting the star wars lego when it first came out but gave up after a couple of years- too much cash being diverted into my attic! interested to see if it's worth anything now...
and i can't wait for the LotR lego due later this year, if i'm not mistaken?
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