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Oct
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comment How can I efficiently pick up bricks off the floor?
@daviesgeek: Done!
Oct
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answered How can I efficiently pick up bricks off the floor?
Oct
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comment What are these Technic “Zapfen” (“stoppers”) called in English?
@Joubarc: Ah, I was wondering where the term "pin" came from.
Oct
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reviewed Approve What is the largest Lego kit commercially available?
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comment Is there difference between different colors of LEGO axles?
Hmmm my comment should have been under Sibbo's answer, since it seemed to be referring to pegs. So I posted in the wrong textarea :S
Oct
26
comment How can I efficiently pick up bricks off the floor?
It's called a dustpan, not a shovel ;)
Oct
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comment How can I efficiently pick up bricks off the floor?
I like to get out my Loader-Dozer (from LEGO Rock Raiders) to clean up my bricks, inspired from its function of removing rubble in the video game. I'm so meta like that. (Should this be an answer?)
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comment Is there difference between different colors of LEGO axles?
Be sure of the difference between axles and connector pegs (and combinations of both).
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answered What is the largest Lego kit commercially available?
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comment What different bricks exist with studs on the sides?
... how is this question "not constructive"?
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Oct
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comment Do LEGO bricks float?
In fact, it comes in more than just two colors. Probably four or so (blue and black?).
Oct
25
comment What is “micro-scale” building?
A few years ago, there was an official building competition specifically centered around microscale models. The winning entries were made into real LEGO sets.