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Writer, Poet, Translator of Inanimate Objects


Jan
16
comment Why do the tubes in the Seattle Space Needle Architecture set need to be cut?
Well, I guess I could have gnawed them instead, LOL.
Dec
23
comment Waterproofing Lego bricks
I use liquid frisket for art too. It's an excellent suggestion since it is easy to come by and also removable.
Dec
23
comment Is there a way to build a stronger LEGO ball than what was done by the Mythbusters?
I thought they could have done it stronger if they'd had more time too. It would be awesome if the great LEGO minds here came up with more things for the Mythbusters to test with LEGO bricks.
Dec
23
comment How much usage can a LEGO piece take before it loses its 'clutch power'?
You must start this right away and give your results!
Dec
23
comment Who built the LEGO structures for the film “Elf”?
I think I audibly gasped when I saw that. It still makes me cringe - all that beautiful work.
Dec
21
comment How much usage can a LEGO piece take before it loses its 'clutch power'?
+1 for 'clutch power' - hadn't realized it was a term used for more than the character
Dec
9
comment What does DTC stand for?
Ok, that sounds like it fits but what does 'direct to consumer' mean? In the Wikipedia page about DTC it references pharmaceuticals and marketing directed at the patient instead of going through the medical professionals. In the context of LEGO sets, what would direct to consumer marketing or retailing mean?
Dec
9
comment What does DTC stand for?
I found 'terminology' - I think that works.
Dec
9
comment What does DTC stand for?
I wasn't sure what to tag this, chose 'sets'. I looked for 'naming' or 'abbreviations' but they don't exist. Thanks.
Nov
27
comment Are third party NXT compatible parts safe to use?
Thank you, it's good to know HiTechnic is certified by LEGO. Are they the only third party company certified by LEGO, or is it standardized that if you make NXT compatible parts you have to be certified by LEGO?
Nov
20
comment What is the official term used for building MOC models?
So I guess if there is no official term, than whatever is the most commonly used terminology would be the answer which seems to be just 'build'. It makes sense, but I'll let this one sit just a little in case something else comes up.