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Great AFOL Article in Wall Street Journal

mrfootballmrfootball Member Posts: 84
edited November 2011 in Collecting
Great piece in the Wall Street Journal today about Lego and AFOLs:

For Some Grown-Ups, Playing With Legos Is a Serious Business
One Adult Fan Left a Six-Figure Job to Build Models; the $20,000 Apartment

http://online.wsj.com/article_email/SB10001424052970203503204577038164225658328-lMyQjAxMTAxMDEwNzExNDcyWj.html?mod=wsj_share_email

Comments

  • DaddyWhaleDaddyWhale Member Posts: 130
    Thanks for the pointer! I've posted a comment to this article.
  • kylejohnson11kylejohnson11 Member Posts: 508
    Good article, I forwarded it like it was hot to all of my friends.
  • asherkobinasherkobin Member Posts: 99
    Great article, spot on about the transition to large juniorized parts. Just when I was starting to buy Lego as an adult, all the sets were so uninspiring. It made me start buying older stuff on eBay, and spending big $$$ on the larger sets numbered 10000+ series. What a bad time to rekindle an old hobby.
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