63 year old John St-Onge denied entry into Legoland because he did not have a child with him at the time
I really hope they make a LEGO STAR TREK game!

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LEGO spill shuts down highway in West Virginia

LEGO spill shuts down highway in West Virginia

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Behold, the 2001: A Space Odyssey LEGO sets that never existed

There may not be a giant space baby, but these 2001 LEGO models by Jason Allemann are impressive nonetheless. That’s a six-foot-long, 3,873-piece, 1:60 scale model of the Discovery One spaceship above, and check out a cheerful “Dawn of Man” diorama that consists primarily of monkeys, black plastic bricks, and bones.

Allemann also built a 3,670-brick model of the Leonov vessel from 2010: The Year We Make Contact. For those of you have six feet of floor space to spare, he’s drafted a construction guide for the Discovery One (PDF), so put on some Richard Strauss and get cracking.

It only took Allemann a year to build, so anticipate listening to Also Sprach Zarathustra on loop for a while. (Throw in Eumir Deodato’s Brazilian funk cover for variety’s sake.) You can see more science fiction ships at Allemann’s Flickr page.

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Hermit Crab Lives In A Lego!

Hermit Crab Lives In A Lego!

Star Trek’s USS Reliant in 10,000+ LEGO bricks (Ceti eels not included)

LEGO builder Christer Nyberg constructed this reproduction of Khan Noonien Singh’s favored ride from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. The entire project took him over a year and required somewhere between 10,000-15,000 LEGO bricks. The lights are a nice touch, but this vessel’s life support systems won’t keep you alive while in the orbit of Ceti Alpha V.

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Lego Star Destroyer!

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