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Is the 75192 Millenium Falcon UCS retiring in 2021?

Does anyone know if the 75192 will retired this year? I am planning to buy it but I need to save some money first for it... And I do not want to miss my chance.


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  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 15,058
    I doubt it.  I would expect it'll be available for an extended period of time.
    SirBrickalotOfLegoFizyxMr_CrossPapaBeargmonkey76
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 20,362
    SumoLego said:
    I would expect it'll be available for an extended period of time.

    Like a millennium?
    PapaBearAstrobricksgmonkey76KungFuKennyMynatt
  • BooTheMightyHamsterBooTheMightyHamster Northern edge of London, just before the dragons...Member Posts: 1,463
    I'd say 12 parsecs.
    Maybe less.
    LegoboySumoLegoBumblepantsAstrobricksGothamConstructionCogmonkey76560HeliportKungFuKenny
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Twin Cities, MN, USAMember Posts: 3,158
    If you round down.
    BooTheMightyHamsterAstrobricksgmonkey76KungFuKenny
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 5,226
    Well, at least we know the answer now :)
    560Heliport
  • HuwHuw Brickset Towers, Hampshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 7,017
    Exit date is currently 31/12/23.
    KungFuKennyLobot
  • MrJacksonMrJackson Member Posts: 451
    Huw said:
    Exit date is currently 31/12/23.
    2023 has 31 months??
    gmonkey76
  • Pate5346Pate5346 Member Posts: 880
    MrJackson said:
    Huw said:
    Exit date is currently 31/12/23.
    2023 has 31 months??
    31/12/23  Normal format for dates  
                       Proper way 

    12/31/23 American format for dates 

    IMHO of course 
    AstrobricksBooTheMightyHamster
  • PJ76ukPJ76uk EnglandMember Posts: 788
    Pate5346 said:
    MrJackson said:
    Huw said:
    Exit date is currently 31/12/23.
    2023 has 31 months??
    31/12/23  Normal format for dates  
                       Proper way 

    12/31/23 American format for dates 

    IMHO of course 
    Well day/month/year makes more sense than month/day/year, IMHO 😂
  • autolycusautolycus US-SEMember Posts: 1,260
    The only logical format would be 2023/12/31, but that’s the programmer in me talking :)
    I dunno. I think it might really be 45291.
    FollowsCloselyKungFuKenny
  • davee123davee123 USAMember Posts: 833
    edited February 2

    (Sorry, had to!)
    Huw said:
    Exit date is currently 31/12/23.
    How is that date determined by BrickSet?  Does LEGO provide that sort of metadata?
    DaveE
    pxchris560HeliportAstrobricksWesterBricks
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 20,362
    edited February 2
    At least we agree today is 2.2.22. I'm looking forward to 22:22:22 on 22.2.22.

    pxchrisKungFuKennygmonkey76WesterBricks
  • HuwHuw Brickset Towers, Hampshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 7,017
    davee123 said:
    How is that date determined by BrickSet?  Does LEGO provide that sort of metadata?

    I'll PM you.
  • daewoodaewoo DFWMember Posts: 749
    The American way of writing the date (Month-Day-Year) is because we're following the vernacular of how we speak the date, which is Month-Day-Year.  Right or wrong is a matter of opinion, of course, but I wanted to provide that context.
    560Heliportgmonkey76AstrobricksWesterBrickspanchox1
  • BumblepantsBumblepants DFW/BGMember Posts: 7,334
    I work in an international group and always just write the month as a word and put the time as UTC to try and avoid these sorts of things.
    560HeliportKungFuKennystluxWesterBricks
  • BrainsluggedBrainslugged England (the grim North)Member Posts: 2,100
    The only logical format would be 2023/12/31, but that’s the programmer in me talking :)
    That's how I always do it. Having lived/worked in both the US and UK it eliminates any possible confusion. Plus it keeps documents in order easily within folders.
    karritAstrobricks
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 15,058
    I think this is why the Mayan Zombie Apocalypse happened on 01/01/00.

    Y2K! Y2K!
    KungFuKenny
  • PaperballparkPaperballpark Near ManchesterMember Posts: 4,228
    Having PDF invoices which are named by their date and then trying to sort them into order, I completely understand why Americans might think that MM/DD/YY is a good system. For making sense of invoice files it is.

    But for absolutely everything else it just looks weird. DD/MM/YY just makes far more sense. Smallest period of time to largest. Simple.

    I do prefer the format 12 Feb 2022 though. I also don't like using 'th' or 'nd' for dates. So tomorrow is Friday 4 February 2022.
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Twin Cities, MN, USAMember Posts: 3,158
    It would be nice if everyone would take that tiny bit of extra time to write the name of the month (or the first three letters) rather than the number of the month. Then we wouldn't be having this discussion! :) But: common sense... isn't.
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 5,226
    It would be nice if everyone would take that tiny bit of extra time to write the name of the month (or the first three letters) rather than the number of the month. Then we wouldn't be having this discussion! :) But: common sense... isn't.
    And when the writer is using Swahili? (Or any other non-English language)
    SumoLego560Heliportgmonkey76
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 15,058
    And when the writer is using Swahili? (Or any other non-English language)
    What if the writer is an android?  Then it's even more confusing.

    10/10/11111100110 or 10/10/11111100110
    560Heliport
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 5,226
    SumoLego said:
    And when the writer is using Swahili? (Or any other non-English language)
    What if the writer is an android?  Then it's even more confusing.

    10/10/11111100110 or 10/10/11111100110
    Then it is from another planet and uses a different completely arbitrary method of marking the passage of time :)
    560Heliport
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 20,362
    Androids are also from Earth.
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 5,226
    CCC said:
    Androids are also from Earth.
    I’d love to be introduced to one :)
    CaptainRogers
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