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I'm sure it has helped out A LOT of people (myself included) with a lot of topics (mostly shopping) and also helped those who need it find assistance and opinions about buying, building, and selling LEGO..
Hopefully people can expand now by reporting new SNOT or building techniques and such as it seems like lately, as much as it helps those to find good deals, it seems like it is becoming a forum for bragging about how much people spend (I am guilty of this myself).
Do you ever take any shots of other toy aisles while you're there just for s & g?
Some incredible shots from the 1970s, which is the predominant era that site focuses on. Every so often, I will come up with a shot someone took at the LEGO Store a few years back on Flickr, and see a pile of Cafe Corners or UCS Falcon's just sitting there. So I figured I would catalog what I find in stores now so we can all drool over it years down the road!