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  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,582
    Let's hope they get so over used and drop to a penny a piece on BL!
    Tkatt
  • TkattTkatt MNMember Posts: 325
    Hi-rez photos and confirmation of the use of the 1x2 as a foot flame holder.
    http://kastorskorner.com/wp/lego-reveals-2018-dc-superheroes-sets/
    Mynattgmonkey76
  • DadsAFOLDadsAFOL USAMember Posts: 614
    Why would they waste a new mold on this?  It locks the legs into the same position so you can't have them bent at different angles.  The 1x1 round with hole has a thinner profile and would be less obvious.  Cool fig though!

    CM4SCCCcatwrangler
  • PaperballparkPaperballpark UKMember Posts: 3,403
    ^ It uses two of the 1x1 rounds with hole as well.
    CM4S
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,582
    It looks very odd. Do the flames come out of the feet, or is he standing on a hover board type thing that has the flames?
  • ShibShib UKMember Posts: 5,155
    For that character the flames come out of the feet- I think the looking strange is an AFOL criticism that kids won't see.

    it does strike me as an odd purpose for a special part, I wonder if it's partly from the reports of trans 1x1 round bricks cracking minifig legs when left in - not a problem I've had myself but sure I've seen it discussed here. the big tell on that will be if the next Iron Man figure uses this setup too.
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,582
    Presumably they could just use a red 'apollo' stud, if that is the problem. They would then still be able to use the fire piece, but also have posable legs.
  • MAGNINOMINISUMBRAMAGNINOMINISUMBRA Member Posts: 977
    Maybe the part will make a lot more sense when we see it used in another manner in a set that, for one reason or another, hasn't been released yet? Maybe the reason for releasing it in these sets, used in this manner, allowed the designers to order different new parts for the set we're yet to see?
  • TkattTkatt MNMember Posts: 325
    It's also on the front of Cyborgs helicopter...

    AanchirMynattMr_Cross
  • LyichirLyichir United StatesMember Posts: 712
    In general a part attached by two studs has the potential to be more secure than one attached by a single stud. For the fire jet application I can see how it'd be preferable for kids to be able to snap one preconstructed segment onto the fig's legs instead of two, and to have a sturdier connection to both legs for action play.

    Of course, there'll be plenty of other applications as well, both in terms of aesthetics and functionality. Just like the 1x2 plate can be used for things a 1x1 plate wouldn't suffice for, this part will be useful for situations where a pair of "Apollo studs" just wouldn't do.
  • mustang69mustang69 North CarolinaMember Posts: 380
    Sorry if this was mentioned but are the feet of this robot from the Ninjago City new? It's not a part I've seen before unless I'm just missing something.


  • Coolguy5000Coolguy5000 Ireland Member Posts: 1,517
    I think they also appear with the nexo knights little Helper bots.
    mustang69
  • mustang69mustang69 North CarolinaMember Posts: 380
    ^ Thanks for the info! I looked them up and it looks like they've been around for a few years. Since they're really only in sets I dont collect I just missed them. 
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 2,375
    I just learned about those feet and the shoulder parts from the Nexo bots recently. The shoulders really threw me. Didn't look like Lego at all.
  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 2,802
    The legs were originally in white with black boots for the Skulkins in the 2011 Ninjago sets. The leg and boot are one piece.
    mustang69
  • mustang69mustang69 North CarolinaMember Posts: 380
    Aanchir said:
    The legs were originally in white with black boots for the Skulkins in the 2011 Ninjago sets. The leg and boot are one piece.
    That's what threw me off at first, it looked like it was a bar with a clip and then a modified plate for the feet.
  • MynattMynatt OH/NYMember Posts: 565
    New Elementary has a new small article for one of the new pieces found in Ninjago City:
    http://www.newelementary.com/2017/08/a-stud-walks-into-bar.html?m=1
    AanchirLyichir
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,582

    Anyone know this torso? It's popped up as a new part.

  • ShibShib UKMember Posts: 5,155
    edited August 2017
  • bandit778bandit778 Docking Bay 94. Member Posts: 1,919
    @CCC

    From #70917 The Ultimate Batmobile
    CCC
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,582
    Thanks!
    Shibbandit778
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,582
    #70631 Caveman hair in reddish brown.

    I'm sure it is a nice set. But I just see more variety in caveman hair!

    LostInTranslationSirBrickalotOfLegowardmcatwrangler
  • MynattMynatt OH/NYMember Posts: 565

    A recolor but I thought it looked cool. It looks like Lloyd is holding sand green shurikens?

    FowlerBricks
  • MynattMynatt OH/NYMember Posts: 565


    This is from the photo posted in the nexo knights general discussion thread. I noticed this silver curve piece in the back and found the unreleased piece to be interesting. Might it be a early version of https://brickset.com/parts/6131732/roof-tile-8x6-45deg-w-cut?
    Bumblepantscatwrangler
  • PaperballparkPaperballpark UKMember Posts: 3,403
    Roller Coaster pieces. That is all.
    LostInTranslationwardm
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,582
    I hope they do them in black, white, grey, tan, or anything fairly neutral.
    BumblepantsLostInTranslation
  • NeilCrosbyNeilCrosby United KingdomMember Posts: 77
    And those funhouse mirrors!

    https://images.brickset.com/sets/AdditionalImages/70922-1/70922_Func_07.jpg

    (And a "Forever Sorting 2" DVD. Honestly, that's making me want to buy the set more)
    LostInTranslationCCCwardmSirBrickalotOfLegogmonkey76MynattAanchirAdzbadboy
  • BuriedinBricksBuriedinBricks USAMember Posts: 1,366
    So, Creator roller coaster incoming?
    lentil
  • LostInTranslationLostInTranslation UKMember Posts: 5,512
    I want the lemon tile. 
    BumblepantsNeilCrosbywardm
  • BumblepantsBumblepants Sofia BG/Dallas TXMember Posts: 5,702
    Not a new part but it looks like at least a couple new re-colors of the 1x2x2 windowpane. 
    wardm
  • gmonkey76gmonkey76 ChicagoMember Posts: 1,433
    edited September 2017
    Not a new part, but only one set had 3676 in light bluish gray. Looks like there are 9 in Joker Manor. Maybe they won't be $33 on bricklink now. Will maybe help out the people who are bricklinking the UCS Imperial Star Destroyer a little bit.
  • MattDawsonMattDawson Solihull, UKMember Posts: 1,202
    Even better news for some people is that it's feasible that Lego have a middle incline section too that fits between the upper and lower ramp parts...
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,582
    edited September 2017
    gmonkey76 said:
    Not a new part, but only one set had 3676 in light bluish gray. Looks like there are 9 in Joker Manor. Maybe they won't be $33 on bricklink now. Will maybe help out the people who are bricklinking the UCS Imperial Star Destroyer a little bit.
    Or just wait for the re-release next year ... :-)

    It is a non-licensed system part, so it will probably come to replacement parts soon enough, and get used in other sets.

  • MynattMynatt OH/NYMember Posts: 565
    It looks like in some of the leaked city sets there is a new net launcher piece along with a new wasp nest element in the smallest set. 
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Chicagoland USMember Posts: 9,302
    And those funhouse mirrors!

    https://images.brickset.com/sets/AdditionalImages/70922-1/70922_Func_07.jpg

    (And a "Forever Sorting 2" DVD. Honestly, that's making me want to buy the set more)
    Those are not mirrors, but a sticker on curvy panels from the looks of things.
  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 2,802
    And those funhouse mirrors!

    https://images.brickset.com/sets/AdditionalImages/70922-1/70922_Func_07.jpg

    (And a "Forever Sorting 2" DVD. Honestly, that's making me want to buy the set more)
    Those are not mirrors, but a sticker on curvy panels from the looks of things.
    I think they still count as mirrors whether they're stickers or not? I mean, most LEGO mirrors are stickers — I'm pretty sure the one in Detective's Office was one of the first that wasn't.

    Now, if it were a sticker like in #4702 or #4721 that just had a picture of what its reflection was supposed to be, rather than an actual mirrored surface, then I'd agree — not mirrors. But these stickers seem to have an actual mirror finish.
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Chicagoland USMember Posts: 9,302
    Aanchir said:
    And those funhouse mirrors!

    https://images.brickset.com/sets/AdditionalImages/70922-1/70922_Func_07.jpg

    (And a "Forever Sorting 2" DVD. Honestly, that's making me want to buy the set more)
    Those are not mirrors, but a sticker on curvy panels from the looks of things.
    I think they still count as mirrors whether they're stickers or not? I mean, most LEGO mirrors are stickers — I'm pretty sure the one in Detective's Office was one of the first that wasn't.

    Now, if it were a sticker like in #4702 or #4721 that just had a picture of what its reflection was supposed to be, rather than an actual mirrored surface, then I'd agree — not mirrors. But these stickers seem to have an actual mirror finish.

    Its a sticker, not a part per se. Now, before you go on your hour long dissertation about how a sticker can be a part, I do not recall seeing any references to stickers in this thread, only plastic pieces. Now, maybe I'm wrong about that (and stickers have been referenced in this thread) and if so, then I will apologize. However, to my recollection, this thread is actually LEGO pieces that are new, otherwise we would be seeing every sticker sheet that is in a new set in this thread.
    SirBrickalotOfLego
  • MynattMynatt OH/NYMember Posts: 565
    I might branch off the mirror conversation and bring up something I have been wondering about for quite some time. Where are all the chrome pieces? I’m a fan of them but to my disappointment Lego seems to be using them less and less. Correct me if I’m wrong but are the only chrome pieces available at the moment is the chrome ring in the Parisian Restaurant and the chrome money in the brick bank.

    Is there any reason in particular that there is a reason for less chrome or am I imagining this shortage in chrome?

    Nevertheless, wish that there were more chrome available.
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Chicagoland USMember Posts: 9,302
    Mynatt said:
    I might branch off the mirror conversation and bring up something I have been wondering about for quite some time. Where are all the chrome pieces? I’m a fan of them but to my disappointment Lego seems to be using them less and less. Correct me if I’m wrong but are the only chrome pieces available at the moment is the chrome ring in the Parisian Restaurant and the chrome money in the brick bank.

    Is there any reason in particular that there is a reason for less chrome or am I imagining this shortage in chrome?

    Nevertheless, wish that there were more chrome available.
    Well chrome can be a bit polluting to produce if I recall, so that may be part of the problem, cost, plus chrome can come off of parts as well when played with, so I think all of these factors mean less chrome used, which -I agree- is a bit of a shame.
    Mynatt
  • MynattMynatt OH/NYMember Posts: 565
    This all got me thinking after seeing the new Last Jedi Trailer that how cool would it be to get a chrome Captain Phasma figure as a May the Fourth promo like the TC-14 promo. However, with the lack of chrome (from your reasons mentioned above) I didn't know if it was worth holding my breath for one. 

    Would love to get this figure among other chrome pieces.
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,582
    I'm not a fan of chrome figures, as they are not properly chromed parts. They are sprayed when completed, so there are the awful 'shadows' on the inside legs, under the arms, etc. While that is fine if the minifig is standing still upright, it means they cannot be posed without showing off the painting faults.
  • datsunrobbiedatsunrobbie West Haven , CTMember Posts: 1,443
    Mynatt said:
    I might branch off the mirror conversation and bring up something I have been wondering about for quite some time. Where are all the chrome pieces? I’m a fan of them but to my disappointment Lego seems to be using them less and less. Correct me if I’m wrong but are the only chrome pieces available at the moment is the chrome ring in the Parisian Restaurant and the chrome money in the brick bank.

    Is there any reason in particular that there is a reason for less chrome or am I imagining this shortage in chrome?

    Nevertheless, wish that there were more chrome available.
    Check out Bricks4All's bricklink store. I needed a few chrome pieces to replace ones missing from #10026 (thrift shop find) and ordered them from Bricks4All, and the parts are beautiful.  
  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 2,802
    Aanchir said:
    And those funhouse mirrors!

    https://images.brickset.com/sets/AdditionalImages/70922-1/70922_Func_07.jpg

    (And a "Forever Sorting 2" DVD. Honestly, that's making me want to buy the set more)
    Those are not mirrors, but a sticker on curvy panels from the looks of things.
    I think they still count as mirrors whether they're stickers or not? I mean, most LEGO mirrors are stickers — I'm pretty sure the one in Detective's Office was one of the first that wasn't.

    Now, if it were a sticker like in #4702 or #4721 that just had a picture of what its reflection was supposed to be, rather than an actual mirrored surface, then I'd agree — not mirrors. But these stickers seem to have an actual mirror finish.
    Its a sticker, not a part per se. Now, before you go on your hour long dissertation about how a sticker can be a part, I do not recall seeing any references to stickers in this thread, only plastic pieces. Now, maybe I'm wrong about that (and stickers have been referenced in this thread) and if so, then I will apologize. However, to my recollection, this thread is actually LEGO pieces that are new, otherwise we would be seeing every sticker sheet that is in a new set in this thread.
    Even so, I got the impression that when he referred to "funhouse mirrors" he was referring to the sticker and the panel together, and not one or the other. The panel is unquestionably a new part, with or without the sticker.

    Mynatt said:
    I might branch off the mirror conversation and bring up something I have been wondering about for quite some time. Where are all the chrome pieces? I’m a fan of them but to my disappointment Lego seems to be using them less and less. Correct me if I’m wrong but are the only chrome pieces available at the moment is the chrome ring in the Parisian Restaurant and the chrome money in the brick bank.

    Is there any reason in particular that there is a reason for less chrome or am I imagining this shortage in chrome?

    Nevertheless, wish that there were more chrome available.
    My understanding is that it's mainly down to price. Not only does the process of producing chrome parts involve more steps and somewhat more expensive materials than an average LEGO piece, but in many cases chrome parts actually have to use different molds than their non-chromed counterparts, since the chrome finish changes the part's thickness.

    Plus, LEGO just has way more options for metallic colors than they did back in the 90s when chrome parts were more common. Back then, the options for gold and silver treasures were a choice between chrome silver or grey, or between chrome gold and bright yellow. But these days LEGO has some richly-colored, reasonably consistent "pearl" colors that can be used a lot more freely, as well as painted or lacquered metallic colors. Chrome is no longer the only way to make a part feel shiny or special.
    Mynattmustang69stlux
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Chicagoland USMember Posts: 9,302
    Aanchir said:
    Aanchir said:
    And those funhouse mirrors!

    https://images.brickset.com/sets/AdditionalImages/70922-1/70922_Func_07.jpg

    (And a "Forever Sorting 2" DVD. Honestly, that's making me want to buy the set more)
    Those are not mirrors, but a sticker on curvy panels from the looks of things.
    I think they still count as mirrors whether they're stickers or not? I mean, most LEGO mirrors are stickers — I'm pretty sure the one in Detective's Office was one of the first that wasn't.

    Now, if it were a sticker like in #4702 or #4721 that just had a picture of what its reflection was supposed to be, rather than an actual mirrored surface, then I'd agree — not mirrors. But these stickers seem to have an actual mirror finish.
    Its a sticker, not a part per se. Now, before you go on your hour long dissertation about how a sticker can be a part, I do not recall seeing any references to stickers in this thread, only plastic pieces. Now, maybe I'm wrong about that (and stickers have been referenced in this thread) and if so, then I will apologize. However, to my recollection, this thread is actually LEGO pieces that are new, otherwise we would be seeing every sticker sheet that is in a new set in this thread.
    Even so, I got the impression that when he referred to "funhouse mirrors" he was referring to the sticker and the panel together, and not one or the other. The panel is unquestionably a new part, with or without the sticker.....

    Got it. First, you called me out for critiquing someone saying the mirror sticker was a new part. NOW, because your mirror argument is invalidated, you switch to the fact I failed to mention the wavy panel part was not new.
    Sure, I did not mention the panel itself, but did I ever mention the wavy panel was NOT a new part? No. I figured people would understand I was only talking about the sticker, but I forgot some people need everything spelled out for them.
    SirBrickalotOfLego
  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 2,802
    Aanchir said:
    Aanchir said:
    And those funhouse mirrors!

    https://images.brickset.com/sets/AdditionalImages/70922-1/70922_Func_07.jpg

    (And a "Forever Sorting 2" DVD. Honestly, that's making me want to buy the set more)
    Those are not mirrors, but a sticker on curvy panels from the looks of things.
    I think they still count as mirrors whether they're stickers or not? I mean, most LEGO mirrors are stickers — I'm pretty sure the one in Detective's Office was one of the first that wasn't.

    Now, if it were a sticker like in #4702 or #4721 that just had a picture of what its reflection was supposed to be, rather than an actual mirrored surface, then I'd agree — not mirrors. But these stickers seem to have an actual mirror finish.
    Its a sticker, not a part per se. Now, before you go on your hour long dissertation about how a sticker can be a part, I do not recall seeing any references to stickers in this thread, only plastic pieces. Now, maybe I'm wrong about that (and stickers have been referenced in this thread) and if so, then I will apologize. However, to my recollection, this thread is actually LEGO pieces that are new, otherwise we would be seeing every sticker sheet that is in a new set in this thread.
    Even so, I got the impression that when he referred to "funhouse mirrors" he was referring to the sticker and the panel together, and not one or the other. The panel is unquestionably a new part, with or without the sticker.....

    Got it. First, you called me out for critiquing someone saying the mirror sticker was a new part. NOW, because your mirror argument is invalidated, you switch to the fact I failed to mention the wavy panel part was not new.
    Sure, I did not mention the panel itself, but did I ever mention the wavy panel was NOT a new part? No. I figured people would understand I was only talking about the sticker, but I forgot some people need everything spelled out for them.
    It just seemed a confusing thing for you to have to spell out in the first place. @NeilCrosby said the funhouse mirrors were new. That statement was correct whether he was talking about the sticker, the piece, or both. Why insist that he's wrong, and that the mirrors he's excited about aren't real mirrors?

    I'm getting a strong feeling you resent me, even though nothing in this conversation has merited the "hour-long dissertation" you seem to think I'll take any excuse to make. You made a confusing statement, I questioned it, and you doubled down. Nothing I've said here has been the least bit malicious and I'm frustrated that you feel the need to talk down to me.
    mustang69Lyichirstlux
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Chicagoland USMember Posts: 9,302
    edited October 2017
    Aanchir said:
    Aanchir said:
    Aanchir said:
    And those funhouse mirrors!

    https://images.brickset.com/sets/AdditionalImages/70922-1/70922_Func_07.jpg

    (And a "Forever Sorting 2" DVD. Honestly, that's making me want to buy the set more)
    Those are not mirrors, but a sticker on curvy panels from the looks of things.
    I think they still count as mirrors whether they're stickers or not? I mean, most LEGO mirrors are stickers — I'm pretty sure the one in Detective's Office was one of the first that wasn't.

    Now, if it were a sticker like in #4702 or #4721 that just had a picture of what its reflection was supposed to be, rather than an actual mirrored surface, then I'd agree — not mirrors. But these stickers seem to have an actual mirror finish.
    Its a sticker, not a part per se. Now, before you go on your hour long dissertation about how a sticker can be a part, I do not recall seeing any references to stickers in this thread, only plastic pieces. Now, maybe I'm wrong about that (and stickers have been referenced in this thread) and if so, then I will apologize. However, to my recollection, this thread is actually LEGO pieces that are new, otherwise we would be seeing every sticker sheet that is in a new set in this thread.
    Even so, I got the impression that when he referred to "funhouse mirrors" he was referring to the sticker and the panel together, and not one or the other. The panel is unquestionably a new part, with or without the sticker.....

    Got it. First, you called me out for critiquing someone saying the mirror sticker was a new part. NOW, because your mirror argument is invalidated, you switch to the fact I failed to mention the wavy panel part was not new.
    Sure, I did not mention the panel itself, but did I ever mention the wavy panel was NOT a new part? No. I figured people would understand I was only talking about the sticker, but I forgot some people need everything spelled out for them.
    It just seemed a confusing thing for you to have to spell out in the first place. @NeilCrosby said the funhouse mirrors were new. That statement was correct whether he was talking about the sticker, the piece, or both. Why insist that he's wrong, and that the mirrors he's excited about aren't real mirrors?

    I'm getting a strong feeling you resent me, even though nothing in this conversation has merited the "hour-long dissertation" you seem to think I'll take any excuse to make. You made a confusing statement, I questioned it, and you doubled down. Nothing I've said here has been the least bit malicious and I'm frustrated that you feel the need to talk down to me.
    ...What?
    Doubled down on what? I simply said that the mirrors are stickers on a curvy panel, you are the one that took it down the rabbit hole.

    I refuse to get involved any further in one of your spinning debates (seriously, get into politics, I think you would be great).  Yeah, I made a comment speaking towards about how pedantic you can be.. Am I wrong? I dunno, I think most who have seen your commenting on the forum can attest to this.

    Sorry I did not think, and write to account, of every possible outcome of a comment because you would read it at some point. "IMO (and I'm guessing the opinion of many in this thread) stickers are not parts; the curvy part is a new part." Happy?  There, you won the internet. Congrats.
  • gmonkey76gmonkey76 ChicagoMember Posts: 1,433
    Looks like there is a new brush guard in #60172 Dirt Road Pursuit 
    BumblepantsCM4SLittleLori
  • BumblepantsBumblepants Sofia BG/Dallas TXMember Posts: 5,702
    I like it but seems like 6 wide would have been a bit more useful. Then again it will probably be more adaptable to other applications at the 4 stud width. 
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Chicagoland USMember Posts: 9,302
    edited October 2017
    I think the dirt bike fairing being available in blue is new too, isn't it?
  • 77ncaachamps77ncaachamps Aspiring Time Traveler Stuck in the West (US)Member Posts: 2,439
    edited October 2017
    Aanchir said:
    Aanchir said:
    Aanchir said:
    And those funhouse mirrors!

    https://images.brickset.com/sets/AdditionalImages/70922-1/70922_Func_07.jpg

    (And a "Forever Sorting 2" DVD. Honestly, that's making me want to buy the set more)
    Those are not mirrors, but a sticker on curvy panels from the looks of things.
    I think they still count as mirrors whether they're stickers or not? I mean, most LEGO mirrors are stickers — I'm pretty sure the one in Detective's Office was one of the first that wasn't.

    Now, if it were a sticker like in #4702 or #4721 that just had a picture of what its reflection was supposed to be, rather than an actual mirrored surface, then I'd agree — not mirrors. But these stickers seem to have an actual mirror finish.
    Its a sticker, not a part per se. Now, before you go on your hour long dissertation about how a sticker can be a part, I do not recall seeing any references to stickers in this thread, only plastic pieces. Now, maybe I'm wrong about that (and stickers have been referenced in this thread) and if so, then I will apologize. However, to my recollection, this thread is actually LEGO pieces that are new, otherwise we would be seeing every sticker sheet that is in a new set in this thread.
    Even so, I got the impression that when he referred to "funhouse mirrors" he was referring to the sticker and the panel together, and not one or the other. The panel is unquestionably a new part, with or without the sticker.....

    Got it. First, you called me out for critiquing someone saying the mirror sticker was a new part. NOW, because your mirror argument is invalidated, you switch to the fact I failed to mention the wavy panel part was not new.
    Sure, I did not mention the panel itself, but did I ever mention the wavy panel was NOT a new part? No. I figured people would understand I was only talking about the sticker, but I forgot some people need everything spelled out for them.
    It just seemed a confusing thing for you to have to spell out in the first place. @NeilCrosby said the funhouse mirrors were new. That statement was correct whether he was talking about the sticker, the piece, or both. Why insist that he's wrong, and that the mirrors he's excited about aren't real mirrors?

    I'm getting a strong feeling you resent me, even though nothing in this conversation has merited the "hour-long dissertation" you seem to think I'll take any excuse to make. You made a confusing statement, I questioned it, and you doubled down. Nothing I've said here has been the least bit malicious and I'm frustrated that you feel the need to talk down to me.
    ...What?
    Doubled down on what? I simply said that the mirrors are stickers on a curvy panel, you are the one that took it down the rabbit hole.

    I refuse to get involved any further in one of your spinning debates (seriously, get into politics, I think you would be great).  Yeah, I made a comment speaking towards about how pedantic you can be.. Am I wrong? I dunno, I think most who have seen your commenting on the forum can attest to this.

    Sorry I did not think, and write to account, of every possible outcome of a comment because you would read it at some point. "IMO (and I'm guessing the opinion of many in this thread) stickers are not parts; the curvy part is a new part." Happy?  There, you won the internet. Congrats.
    Weird how the comments create a sort of "fun mirror" of replies.
    (if it compresses for you, click on previous quotes to see it)
    MynattCM4SSirBrickalotOfLegoSeanTheCollector
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