For those of you who came to this page hoping to find
a kindred soul with whom you could share the experience
of buying that crisp, new LEGO set and placing it on a
shelf to reman crisp and new until such time as your
great-great-great-grandchildren finally wrangle it away
from the trust you created to keep it pristine, I am
afraid you are out of luck. I believe that LEGO should
not only be assembled and played with, but also then
disassembled and reworked constantly. But I am sure you
can find someone to share your love of collecting on
the LEGO newsgroup.
If you love the feel of unopened shrinkwrap, or just
have a weak stomach when it comes to toys, do not read
any further. What I do to LEGO Minifigs involves not only
the simple trading of head, hands, or bottom halves, but
also the more advanced vivisection techniques of arms and
legs, as well as utilizing knives, sandpaper, and paint.
You have been warned.
I promise not to sic the ASPCL
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