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Is this an actual set....?
That kind of looks like a modular... why does that look like somebody merged Friends with a modular design???
Also that number design doesn't match any known sets in the Database, I'm calling fake on that image.
Personally, I don't get any more enjoyment out of staring at a 2" plastic figure versus having him sit in a plastic bag. I prefer to have the flexibility that if I want to go on a vacation to Disneyland, I'm one sale away.
(wow, four years ago...It's amazing how time flies)
So Mr. Gold is worth at least 50 Grand these days? Or am I missing something, with hotels, plane fair, food, LEGO shopping and everything else I'd estimate needing at least that much to enjoy any sort of vacation.
Really hating LEGO's exclusivity garbage with Mr. Gold even more now. Stupid OCD.
Canadian Dollar is crap right now, I'm overestimating based on the exchange rates.
Eh, I don't. I don't drive so I'd probably have to pay for a taxi, or get into the actual Disney owned Hotels on the property. Which would be extremely better, if pricier, than having to figure out Florida. I went when I was a teenager with my parents, my dad got lost driving down there, real pain. So 50 thousand is what I'd consider necessary for a comfortable, safe and enjoyable vacation. Plus as a bonus I could have left overs for next time.
But there are lower cost ways, and ridiculously extravagant ways as well.
Granted the year of gift card hunting I did (survey sites and the such) was a HUGE time investment probably worth $6,500 of my time...but whatever.
Hope all you people are well!
There are just hundreds, if not perhaps even well over a thousand posts on various threads I used to keep up with I either need to catch up on or just skip (like this thread with nearly 400 unread posts).
Anyway, hello all you Lego dudes and dudettes! The dude abides and stuff!
I did however finally get around to built set #75096 (Sith Infiltrator) the other night this week. Awesome ship! Fun build, super minifigs, and alas a faceless Maul, so I contacted CS this afternoon, and TLG will be sending me a new head with face printing.
Although I'm glad that it sparked a very intellectual conversation about Disney travel, ticket, and airfare rates.
Another lesson to never doubt the randomness of the Brickset forum ;)
Expecting to dip in the rankings a bit as I remove those sets from my Brickset data.
I also got asked for ID when buying Mrs Speedman some champagne truffles for Mothers Day, I was 40 a couple of weeks ago, the checkout girl thought I was under 25. Quite flattered!
First time I've seen a cashier get a tip for excellent service.
Btw. I noticed this post is my thousandth comment! That is right number 1000!
That is weird on my profile page it says number 1000, here it says 1014!? Yet I started 15 topics in totall, so that does not add up either. Oooh well....
LOL after editing it says 1015 posts, that may explain it than.
Or does it!?! ;-)
I was right in missing your posts that was a funny one...
On topic: I was only getting the dragon that came with ragana's extra bit of the castle and some baby ones. Still, I've now got the green and the blue one. These are pretty nice I've got to say, and very stable. Still, one can never have enough dragons, right?
Who is the minifig next to Wonder Woman (and not the X-Woman)?
Mother's day?! Really? already!?!
Mmmmh must be Scottish mother's day, because here where I live it is not mother's day. Pffff thought I forgot for a moment.
(Now it's been consolidated to Children's Day - because of efficiency. And... Thrawn?)