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    Nah, thats nothing. Wait until you start with Lego Mindstorms, now thats cool
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    thats pretty neat, my brother is a "lego maniac" and he's managed to construct an entire town in one of the rooms in his basement... in the last couple years he's been buying up all the sets he never had but always wanted as a kid

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    That's nothing compared to ProjectD (link is in Japanese)...

    and yes... those Japanese people sometimes REALLY scare me...
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    That's really cool. I always stunk at making cool things with Legos. My big brother would make really cool machines and mine were always flying RV's.
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    I never was inspired by legos. I just made whatever was on the box and left it to that.
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    lol, damn , i wonna see that town !

    im no good at legos, i just follow box instructions like Tulip-Dennis
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    I was never one of those lego junkies! But I did enjoy them every so often, I to this day never once had a lego in my house I would always play with them during recess, which was pretty fun!

    But we didn't build what was on the box, that was no fun! What we would do, is have one partner, and 2 teams (4 in all), then we would build what we would think is the strongest lego building we could think of (using only legos, and had to be squared shaped), that spent maybe two recesses, then the next day both teams would have their lego "building" constructed and we would ram them together! The last one with the most pieces won! Ah the memories!
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    The yellow mech is pretty cool (more pics of it here)
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    I'm a big Robotech geek though so I suppose I'm biased.
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    check out what this guy does with legos

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    eh... its ok.. i've seen a lot cooler things with Legos
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    LEGO SOCCER STADIUM

    http://www.tansei.net/shisetsu/lego2/main.htm

    Even large audience are made with legos. Very impre$$ive!!

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    I once made the kentucky derby out of legos, granted I was like 10 so I didn't have the proper funds, so it was multicolored, but it was still cool, unfortunantly I don't have any pics =\
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    Letgo my Legos!
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    That's pretty cool, used to always play with legos when I was a kid.
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    All of the links you guys have posted were very cool; thanks!

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    Neat, I used to play with lego all the time. Just didn't have boxes full because it was so damn expensive.

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    Very nice. It’s must’ve taken a pretty long time to make some of those things!

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    Theres some great stuff there.

    I used to be a lego addict as a kid. I made all kinds of crazy stuff. Such as buildings with running water (legos have a poor water seal) and a building with 12volt power and LEDs rigged in legos as lamps and such. Building stuff with legos was pretty much the only thing I did as a kid.

    I also had this contest with my friends that we'd all build some large vechicles and run them through a demolition derby type race. We'd crash them into each other, concrete posts, etc. It was great.

    Heres some of my personal records of stuff that I built with no glue, and only my stuff.
    My records:
    Lego Tower: 11', 7" freestanding.
    Largest City: 9', 4'
    Biggest Car: 4', 5" : 49lb
    Largest Plane: 6', 4" long ; 5', 2" wingspan ; 1', 3" high (main top of main tail to floor)
    Largest boat (non floating): 4', 9"
    Largest Fort: whatever the width of my room was when it was built...
    Largest shooting Gun: 2', 6" : Shot a small rubber tire 22 feet using all lego parts.
    Largest Rubber Band gun: 3' : Shot thick rubber bands 39 feet using all lego parts.

    This is pretty much all I can remember...

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    The doraemon one is very cool!!!
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    That is very impressive lego work.

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    Originally posted by TulipSystems
    thats pretty neat, my brother is a "lego maniac" and he's managed to construct an entire town in one of the rooms in his basement... in the last couple years he's been buying up all the sets he never had but always wanted as a kid
    Where did your brother buy those old sets? I tried to buy some but don't know where to look.

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    Re: You GOTTA see what this guy does with legos

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    the dude, the fact that you're reposting my threads from black sheep forums makes me sad and i have to write bad poetry to alleviate my pain

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    Re: Re: You GOTTA see what this guy does with legos

    Originally posted by tu2thepoo
    the dude, the fact that you're reposting my threads from black sheep forums makes me sad and i have to write bad poetry to alleviate my pain

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    I will be gettin' back into Legos soon, doing what I was before.

    Built actual moving/working/motorized carnival rides. I miss doin' that.
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    I used to like LINCOLN LOGS!!!!!! (The older original kind,not todays garbage)

    Ah well

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    Does any know where to buy old lego sets?

    Thanks

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    This kind of talent is amazing. I read in a magazine a long time ago about a guy who builds huge creatures like dinosaurs out of Legos and they display them at museums.

    Speaking of Legos, this game rules!

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