This is a retired LEGO injection mold that pumped out 120-million six-stud bricks over its lifetime. That's a serious work ethic. LEGO molds these days? They come fresh out of school and expect some cushy job to just be handed to them, then get all pissy when it doesn't happen. I WORKED IN A WEST VIRGINIA COAL MINE FOR FORTY YEARS. "Dammit GW, no you didn't." It was in previous life. I was married to this super ugly broad too, she might have been a cousin. Or a dude -- all that coal dust really did a number on my eyes. Even in this life I still have to wear glasses.
Thanks to Branden, who wants to retire yesterday. Me? I can never retire because I'm terrified of the things I'll get into with all that spare time.
The Arvo brothers made a pretty good looking Iron Man in anticipation of the upcoming film. As you can see by the picture it's, uh, Iron Man made out of LEGO blocks. He seemed to have gotten all the colors right and everything. Good job, but why does he have to be so sad lookin... / Continue →
Want to attach LEGO minifigs to your coffee cup? Superglue them. Ooooor buy this $20 Build-On Brick Cup from ThinkGeek. The mug can be used to attach LEGO, PixelBlocks, Mega Bloks, KRE-O, and K'NEX Bricks but isn't an official product from any of those companies, it just HAP... / Continue →
These are two dinosaur skeleton LEGO sets designed by Geekologie reader jazlecraz that are up for support on the LEGO CUUSO website (where if they reach 10,000 supporters LEGO will review the sets for manufacture). How LEGO hasn't already made sets like these is beyond me. Ki... / Continue →