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  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 0 miles to Legoboy's houseMember Posts: 11,423
    edited February 2016
    http://www.fox2detroit.com/web/wjbk/news/84887587-video#.VrV7KYMpsas.facebook

    For some reason, I am having problems with the link; I hope this works. I was hoping they were interviewing her about all the LEGO at our shop, but alas...
    SumoLegoxiahnakiki180703
  • RebelegoRebelego Georgia, USAMember Posts: 171
    Today's status: Complete Chaos. Time to clean/organize!
    Legoboycatwranglerkiki180703Salamalex
  • tallblocktootallblocktoo CanadaMember Posts: 497
    @Rebelego That looks like a happy kind of chaos to me!

    Salamalex
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    @Rebelego
    all that lego to build with....
    wish i had a room like that.
  • tallblocktootallblocktoo CanadaMember Posts: 497
    @Rebelego
    all that lego to build with....
    wish i had a room like that.
    If you keep it up you will.  These things take time, money and space!
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    @Rebelego
    all that lego to build with....
    wish i had a room like that.
    If you keep it up you will.  These things take time, money and space!
    time i have, lots and lots of it :p
    money, i have, if i wait enough time.
    now Space, that is some think i don't have.
    as i still live at home. and i think my family has lived in this house for over 40 years.
    a lot of crap can build up in 40 years.
    and i am in the 2nd biggest bed room, of an 3 up, 4 down house.
    still it been my home all my life, to leave it would be quite hard.
  • tallblocktootallblocktoo CanadaMember Posts: 497
    @chrisalddin There is no rush when I am talking time I am referring to years!  You are young and have many years to create a beautiful collection.  Enjoy the process.  
  • legomentallegomental UkMember Posts: 345
    The other half is away for the week so I'm about to run round the house and shed and find all those hidden boxes that are not known about and need building. 

    Pet shop 
    Some city sets
    A couple of creator sets including toy shop and bike shop
    Dr who 

    Plus a couple of other oddities

    I'm looking forward to a good week!
    Bumblepantskiki180703Salamalex
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    The other half is away for the week so I'm about to run round the house and shed and find all those hidden boxes that are not known about and need building. 

    Pet shop 
    Some city sets
    A couple of creator sets including toy shop and bike shop
    Dr who 

    Plus a couple of other oddities

    I'm looking forward to a good week!
    have a good week,
    and hope that your hiding holes never get found.
    legomentalkiki180703
  • RebelegoRebelego Georgia, USAMember Posts: 171
    @tallblocktoo it sure is happy chaos!
    @chrisalddin I wish I could build with it, but everything shown is for my Bricklink store except for the built models. Most of the older part of my collection is dumped into a bunch of bags in a chest. 

    Yes, my wife is very gracious by allowing me to take over the guest bedroom. Both our families are relatively (pun intended) close. So, bedroom was never used.
    chrisalddin
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 13,461
    Pitfall69 said:
    http://www.fox2detroit.com/web/wjbk/news/84887587-video#.VrV7KYMpsas.facebook

    For some reason, I am having problems with the link; I hope this works. I was hoping they were interviewing her about all the LEGO at our shop, but alas...
    Um, I thought that story was an April Fool's Day report.  Anyway, I suppose publicity is good?  
    Pitfall69kiki180703
  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 0 miles to Legoboy's houseMember Posts: 11,423
    @Rebelego
    all that lego to build with....
    wish i had a room like that.
    If you keep it up you will.  These things take time, money and space!
    time i have, lots and lots of it :p
    money, i have, if i wait enough time.
    now Space, that is some think i don't have.
    as i still live at home. and i think my family has lived in this house for over 40 years.
    a lot of crap can build up in 40 years.
    and i am in the 2nd biggest bed room, of an 3 up, 4 down house.
    still it been my home all my life, to leave it would be quite hard.
    7 Bedrooms? Do you live with the Walton's? Say hi to John Boy for me :)
    tallblocktookiki180703
  • LegoTTLegoTT Member Posts: 483
    Thanks to @MinifiguresPlus for the fresh set of Series 15 figs!
    tallblocktooPitfall69SumoLegosnowhitieRsa33kiki180703mldj77
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    Pitfall69 said:
    @Rebelego
    all that lego to build with....
    wish i had a room like that.
    If you keep it up you will.  These things take time, money and space!
    time i have, lots and lots of it :p
    money, i have, if i wait enough time.
    now Space, that is some think i don't have.
    as i still live at home. and i think my family has lived in this house for over 40 years.
    a lot of crap can build up in 40 years.
    and i am in the 2nd biggest bed room, of an 3 up, 4 down house.
    still it been my home all my life, to leave it would be quite hard.
    7 Bedrooms? Do you live with the Walton's? Say hi to John Boy for me :)
    the definition of X up X down ware X is a number of rooms.
    so a 2 up 2 down is 2 rooms on the ground level and 2 rooms up stares.
    normally any room listed as up is a bedroom and a room listed as down is a non bedroom. (Note i said normally not all house are set out like this just most are.)
    ware you got 7 bedrooms from is beyond me.
  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 0 miles to Legoboy's houseMember Posts: 11,423
    Right, so you said 3 up and 4 down. So, X3+X4=X7
  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 0 miles to Legoboy's houseMember Posts: 11,423
    edited February 2016
    Ahhhhh. I got ya now. Well, you lead with "2nd biggest bedroom" of a 3 up 4 down house, so naturally I figured you meant bedroom, not just any room in the house ;)

    Still say hi to John Boy for me anyway :)
    SumoLegokiki180703
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 13,461
    edited February 2016
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 13,461
    ^ Well, thank you Samsung, for providing me with a crappy recharger.

    Round #2:

    $80k + BMW = X7


    Pitfall69
  • mathewmathew Member Posts: 2,098
    I think I've become a collector - decided that I'm a spacer at heart. But classic space was always the 'old' stuff that I had handed down from my older brothers- yacky grey, trans-yellow and blue. I'm a child of the 80s, the space shuttle is my idea of space travel, white and black is the scheme for me.  So that's easy, Futuron gives me that and is the space theme I remember most (along with Blacktron). Ok so I need every Futuron set, its a nice achievable range to sit alongside the Blacktron I've already got covered. 

    Trouble is, clearly there are sets at the end of classic space that strongly relate to Futuron and sets in my failing memory i think of as Futuron are actually classic. Sets like #6783 and #6972 released in the midst of Futuron would fit perfectly other than the minifigues. So should I get those as well? My first space sets, that I remember building for the first time like it was yesterday (well kind of) is #6971 the intergalactic command base and little sets like #6846. Primarily blue so very different, but yet somehow I feel drawn to them. I think this is a slippy slope.
    And I too am quite fond of the color scheme and overall design of the Futuron theme.  Lego designers started to deconstruct the space theme over time and Futuron is an interesting hybrid between the truly weird Exploriens and Space Police.  I like to think that Futuron is all about exploration like Classic Space, but they do have those trans-red guns everywhere.  Then again those could just be radars and sensors.  

    Anyway, here is a picture of my current setup.  I had a larger monorail layout but downsized due to space restraints.  

    tallblocktoocheshirecatSuperTrampGothamConstructionCoPitfall69kiki180703Rsa33Galactus
  • legomentallegomental UkMember Posts: 345
    Pitfall69 said:
    Right, so you said 3 up and 4 down. So, X3+X4=X7

    Pitfall69 said:
    @Rebelego
    all that lego to build with....
    wish i had a room like that.
    If you keep it up you will.  These things take time, money and space!
    time i have, lots and lots of it :p
    money, i have, if i wait enough time.
    now Space, that is some think i don't have.
    as i still live at home. and i think my family has lived in this house for over 40 years.
    a lot of crap can build up in 40 years.
    and i am in the 2nd biggest bed room, of an 3 up, 4 down house.
    still it been my home all my life, to leave it would be quite hard.
    7 Bedrooms? Do you live with the Walton's? Say hi to John Boy for me :)
    3 up 4 down means 7 rooms total in the house. One will be a kitchen, 1 lounge, 1 dining room and I am assuming 3 bedrooms upstairs 
    chrisalddinkiki180703
  • xwingpilotxwingpilot UKMember Posts: 797
    edited February 2016
    Reconfigured the study this weekend to free-up some shelf display space...


    tallblocktookiki180703
  • xiahnaxiahna Member Posts: 156
    @Pitfall69 O.o ... W0w...

    On a different note, tonight we got the last two modular sets we've been after for a while set us back AU$1200 But I think that's a fair price (who the hell am I kidding, awesome price!!) for Grand Emporium and Town Hall, BNIB (Although not for long lol) Valentine's day budget totally blown but it's worth it. Think Vorpal is in a bit of shock though... LOL
    tallblocktooVorpalRyucatwranglerPitfall69kiki180703
  • VorpalRyuVorpalRyu AustraliaMember Posts: 2,315
    Yes, as @xiahna mentioned a little bit in shock, but so looking forward to building the Emporium & having Spidey swinging off the sign (might have to play around with ideas on how to add Gobby flying passed on the glider I built).
    Pitfall69SumoLegokiki180703xiahna
  • matticus_bricksmatticus_bricks Member Posts: 651
    mathew said:
    Anyway, here is a picture of my current setup.  I had a larger monorail layout but downsized due to space restraints.  
    No pun intended, I presume? Anyway, that's a great display you have there! I especially like how you angled that Stardefender 200. I'd really like to get a Futuron Monorail myself someday. 
    Pitfall69kiki180703
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 2,093
    Going through my piece stockpiles. Got a large box of small plastic bags form WalMart, which helps sort more precisely. I had some types mixed in large bags.
  • catwranglercatwrangler Northern IrelandMember Posts: 1,854
    Oh god. Troubled by the price of Lunar Boxes, I started picking up compartmentalised loom band boxes in charity shops. Result: spent most of the day sorting Technic components into two of them, only for one to fall apart when lifted. AUGH. Sometimes cheap really is a bad idea...
  • MattsWhatMattsWhat Studley, UKMember Posts: 1,643
    Oh god. Troubled by the price of Lunar Boxes, I started picking up compartmentalised loom band boxes in charity shops. Result: spent most of the day sorting Technic components into two of them, only for one to fall apart when lifted. AUGH. Sometimes cheap really is a bad idea...
    You might be interested in these then (although looks like no NI store :( ) -
    http://www.thetoyshop.com/arts-creative-play/loom-kits/loom-band-accessories/loom-band-storage-cases/Jacks-Loopies-Loom-Band-Storage-Case-and-Organiser/p/519557
    Picked up a couple at that price, just for minifig parts to be honest.  They seem OK nothing to write home about but for the price you can't argue.

    chrisalddinkiki180703catwrangleriso3200
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    MattsWhat said:
    Oh god. Troubled by the price of Lunar Boxes, I started picking up compartmentalised loom band boxes in charity shops. Result: spent most of the day sorting Technic components into two of them, only for one to fall apart when lifted. AUGH. Sometimes cheap really is a bad idea...
    You might be interested in these then (although looks like no NI store :( ) -
    http://www.thetoyshop.com/arts-creative-play/loom-kits/loom-band-accessories/loom-band-storage-cases/Jacks-Loopies-Loom-Band-Storage-Case-and-Organiser/p/519557
    Picked up a couple at that price, just for minifig parts to be honest.  They seem OK nothing to write home about but for the price you can't argue.

    star find.
  • brumeybrumey AustriaMember Posts: 1,002
    @kajolo

    take dat blue olaf summertime baseplate. and moc a pool!
    kajolo
  • brumeybrumey AustriaMember Posts: 1,002
    tried to make a brickfilm with my nephew ...


    conclusion :
    dont mess up with the timer! and make a better road!
    kajolocatwranglerkiki180703thebeermonkeyGalactus
  • catwranglercatwrangler Northern IrelandMember Posts: 1,854
    MattsWhat said:
    Oh god. Troubled by the price of Lunar Boxes, I started picking up compartmentalised loom band boxes in charity shops. Result: spent most of the day sorting Technic components into two of them, only for one to fall apart when lifted. AUGH. Sometimes cheap really is a bad idea...
    You might be interested in these then (although looks like no NI store :( ) -
    http://www.thetoyshop.com/arts-creative-play/loom-kits/loom-band-accessories/loom-band-storage-cases/Jacks-Loopies-Loom-Band-Storage-Case-and-Organiser/p/519557
    Picked up a couple at that price, just for minifig parts to be honest.  They seem OK nothing to write home about but for the price you can't argue.

    That's a fantastic price - thanks! And nice to see they don't gouge NI on postage, either! One query - are the compartment dividers fixed in place? That was one of the reasons my other box came to grief - moveable dividers that decided to move when the thing was lifted!
  • mr.pigglesmr.piggles Snow FortMember Posts: 326
    My status: ordered all the new Mixels off [email protected], was shorted one, again. This is the 2nd or 3rd time there's been a mixels mix-up and I was shorted, so I dunno if I need to stop ordering all 9 at once or what. I feel like if I keep pointing it out they're going to doubt me, but maybe closer attention to packing boxes is to be had! :)
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    MattsWhat said:
    Oh god. Troubled by the price of Lunar Boxes, I started picking up compartmentalised loom band boxes in charity shops. Result: spent most of the day sorting Technic components into two of them, only for one to fall apart when lifted. AUGH. Sometimes cheap really is a bad idea...
    You might be interested in these then (although looks like no NI store :( ) -
    http://www.thetoyshop.com/arts-creative-play/loom-kits/loom-band-accessories/loom-band-storage-cases/Jacks-Loopies-Loom-Band-Storage-Case-and-Organiser/p/519557
    Picked up a couple at that price, just for minifig parts to be honest.  They seem OK nothing to write home about but for the price you can't argue.

    That's a fantastic price - thanks! And nice to see they don't gouge NI on postage, either! One query - are the compartment dividers fixed in place? That was one of the reasons my other box came to grief - moveable dividers that decided to move when the thing was lifted!
    from what i read on the reviews, the dividers are fixed.
    catwrangler
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 2,093
    I have a lot of road plates and ought to find room for a layout. I did build a hospital on the edge of a curved plate - http://www.mediafire.com/view/ij0vvdibmb34835/0600_The_Hospital_on_LEGO_Street.jpg

  • MattsWhatMattsWhat Studley, UKMember Posts: 1,643
    @catwrangler they are fixed, the compartments are squared at the bottom so a bit annoying to get out tiny parts (like hands).  Not as good as the cases with loads of removable individual tubs, but better than the ones with dividers the pieces can get under would be my verdict.
    I like them, but they don't really hold much lego at the end of the day.  So I use them for minifigures and modified 1x1 type stuff.  Anything bigger than 2x2 plates fills the compartments so fast it's easier just to use RUBs.  Still, I picked up 5 at that price.
    catwrangler
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 2,093
    I've seen those plastic boxes with dividers for hardware or fishing tackle, and it seems they'd work as well for small craft supplies.

    I use old pill jars for small pieces. Those also fill up quickly for all but the tiniest pieces. I use plastic bags/tubs and cardboard boxes for more, often holding related smaller containers.
  • brumeybrumey AustriaMember Posts: 1,002
    pay rise inc = more lego  :)
    thebeermonkeytecjam
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    MattsWhat said:
    Oh god. Troubled by the price of Lunar Boxes, I started picking up compartmentalised loom band boxes in charity shops. Result: spent most of the day sorting Technic components into two of them, only for one to fall apart when lifted. AUGH. Sometimes cheap really is a bad idea...
    You might be interested in these then (although looks like no NI store :( ) -
    http://www.thetoyshop.com/arts-creative-play/loom-kits/loom-band-accessories/loom-band-storage-cases/Jacks-Loopies-Loom-Band-Storage-Case-and-Organiser/p/519557
    Picked up a couple at that price, just for minifig parts to be honest.  They seem OK nothing to write home about but for the price you can't argue.

    i am pleased to say that i have picked up 9 of them today.
    also sold off a as$ load of old Games and other stuff like a ipod Nano 4th gen to CEX. that is going to help me next month.
    when a set of parts no longer fit in this i will move it to the small food tubs i have,
    so it should work out well.
    dont know if getting 9 of them was over the top or not.
    was going to get 6, but when i got there could not help my self, the shop had 3 colors for sale. so i got 3 of each color.
    also got told that them only came in yesterday and my guess is them will be sold out by this time tomorrow. so got super lucky.
    catwrangler
  • LostInTranslationLostInTranslation UKMember Posts: 5,583
    Been feeling a bit sorry for myself,  stuck at home with the flu.  No energy even for Lego :-(
    But I'm just watching the Great Interior Design Challenge and looking forward to seeing how one of the designers creates a lamp with a Lego base for a little boy's superhero themed bedroom. 
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  • thebeermonkeythebeermonkey GlasgowMember Posts: 390
    My current Lego status?

    Dismantling the Ferris Wheel, Kwik-E-Mart, Tardis, TBBT, Changing Season and a few other bits and pieces including boxing all my mini figs, cling filming and bubble wrapping my trains and boxing them off.

    We are moving house next Friday with my Wife due with our first child a fortnight later.
    Wish me luck as I don't think there will be much time for building. I guess I'm going to have to learn to love Duplo! 
    SamJBrickDancerPitfall69tallblocktoolegonut80kajolokiki180703
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    Been feeling a bit sorry for myself,  stuck at home with the flu.  No energy even for Lego :-(
    But I'm just watching the Great Interior Design Challenge and looking forward to seeing how one of the designers creates a lamp with a Lego base for a little boy's superhero themed bedroom. 
    sorry to hear that Lost.
    hope you feel better soon,
    here is a cyber cookie For you (::)
    LostInTranslationkiki180703
  • iso3200iso3200 97 miles from Brickset TowersMember Posts: 2,053
    There's a lot of it about @LostInTranslation

    Temperatures, coughs, spluttering and other unpleasantries have hit 3 in our household this week and it seems to go on forever. I've got a stack of sets that I'd love to build but can't be bothered - instead I've spent days just languishing on the sofa.

    On the plus side I've completed Tomb Raider and am working nicely through the Uncharted collection between sleeps ;-)
  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 3,014
    my lego Status today.

    well with the order i placed with Tesco Direct.
    i will only be missing 1 fun pack from wave 1 of Dimensions.
    i am waiting for a price drop on wave 3 level pack and wave 2 and 3 teem packs and fun packs.

    also planning out what to buy next month.
    do i get one of each Modular Building still sold on [email protected] or do i double up now and get 2 of each 10246: Detective's Office and 10232: Palace Cinema.
    each plan has it plus and negatives sides.

    i have also sorted out the tub of extra parts i been keeping in to one of the trays i picked up yesterday. 

    i seem to have a lot of time on my hands.
    if any one has some ideas for me to try i am all ears.
    nice ideas please not rude ones.

    ps.
    non lego news. i have done my leg in. When i am walking about it feels like it about to give out under me. it is not a nice feeling.
  • LegoboyLegoboy 100km furtherMember Posts: 8,804
    Dimensions.  We've had waves?  Sigh.
  • iso3200iso3200 97 miles from Brickset TowersMember Posts: 2,053
    edited February 2016
    MattsWhat said:
    Thanks for the heads up @MattsWhat - I just grabbed 8 of these. Very useful for a pound each, and bigger than I thought too.
  • legomentallegomental UkMember Posts: 345
    I'm off to bed. Have just spent 4 hours trying to work out a quick(er) way of using bricklink. It's a great site but I think I need more practice. Also think I need new glasses as trying to identify different greys and tans so I ordered the right ones was hard work tonight. 
  • legonut80legonut80 UKMember Posts: 314
    @thebeermonkey we moved house 7 days before our 2nd child was due, it's a crazy time and luckily was 7 days late in the end. Don't let your wife do too much on moving day :)

    oh and there's loads to love about Duplo :) I think I'm an AFOD too haha 
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  • brumeybrumey AustriaMember Posts: 1,002
    really diggin duplo animals
    legonut80thebeermonkeykiki180703
  • thebeermonkeythebeermonkey GlasgowMember Posts: 390
    @legonut80

    The most strenuous thing my wife will be lifting will be a tea cup.
    legonut80JenniLostInTranslationkiki180703
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