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Stacks of aquariums. Stacks of LEGO. Stacks of movies. Missing a stack of books. My life is like a game of Jenga.


Dec
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
15
revised Where can I find examples of everyday objects built in Lego?
clarified answer
Dec
15
answered How do you plan large structures for easy and safe transport to shows?
Dec
14
answered Where can I find examples of everyday objects built in Lego?
Dec
12
awarded  Self-Learner
Dec
9
accepted Is there a database of original Minifigure configurations, including their personal gear?
Nov
30
revised What is the smallest LEGO component?
Adjusted response after reading accepted answer. I agree.
Nov
28
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
28
comment What is the smallest LEGO component?
It is the size of a thin pencil lead.
Nov
28
revised What is the smallest LEGO component?
Corrected answer.
Nov
28
answered What is the smallest LEGO component?
Nov
26
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
26
comment Are LEGO elements safe to use in an aquarium with fish?
Nice pic. Looks like I have a project.
Nov
26
revised Are LEGO elements safe to use in an aquarium with fish?
Improved question phrasing.
Nov
26
revised Has anyone automated the LEGO hand sorting process beyond “pawing & piling”?
Corrected terminology.
Nov
26
awarded  Disciplined
Nov
23
comment Is there a database of original Minifigure configurations, including their personal gear?
I'm on the waiting list with the KING CO library system. Hoping to have a definitive answer soon.
Nov
22
revised Does longterm storage in a connected state harm the studs/tubes?
Removed typo.
Nov
21
answered Does longterm storage in a connected state harm the studs/tubes?
Nov
19
comment What are the practical bounds of a minifigure?
I go by the the old LEGO adage: What people don't see, they imagine. If you can't see the minifigures legs, you just need the space required to house the head & torso in the model.