Today in Lego News

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I don't care what anyone says, Mary, this time you've won the internets. This is lovely.
2
More like I don't even know how long ago in Lego news.

But yeah, this is so neat.
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LOVELY!
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LOL aww thanks Fnarf. Too bad @2 disagrees, and I've lost the internets for the second time today. *sob*
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@Mary P. Traverse: Don't worry. You'll win the internets someday. I can feel it. You have heart.
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i'm not usually a huge fan of gorilla art -- sometimes just getting away with it is the only statement the work is making -- but this is stunning, playful, witty, and beautiful.
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This is shudderingly great. Wow.
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I hope he's subsidized--Legos are friggin' expensive!
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This is great. I wish more artists had this much of a sense of fun.
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Now I want to see a pillar of Legos put to the test in those concrete-squeezing hydraulic presses they have in college civil-engineering departments. It would probably do surprisingly well considering Legos are about 50% air, but they have all those little cylindrical elements inside. They could pit the Lego pillar against a same-sized solid pillar of the same plastic. I'd bet the Legos could handle up to twice the pressure.
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Geflickt! :)))
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Neat-o. Thanks.