LEGO

Uh, for you know… science:

For science and the culture.  The results were as expected, considering lego heads weigh basically nothing.

Everyone started jumping on this “Lego head .40” trend after some guy initially figured out the heads fit perfectly in .40 brass.

The pic I used in the article is from Solscud, the same guy who made the video above.

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OH YEAAAAAH:

Doom-Video-GameWeighs 20 lbs and built with ~5000 bricks, by the same guy who brought us the doody sniper rifle.

haha too good.  If this guy sold build plans / kits for these he’d probably make a mint.

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Approximately 2000 bricks later:

Apple-Bullet-LegoLooks like a hell of a lot of work!

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Lego skills:

Apple-Bullet-Lego

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With a pretty damn nice recreation of this famous picture:

Apple-Bullet-High-Speed-CameraLEGO will never get old.

Thoughts?

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Demolition Ranch follows the redneck scientific method again in this one:

Demolition-Ranch-ENDO-HatLego loads: Good for scaring hobos off your lawn, but not good for self defense.  Well maybe Squidward from Spongebob could be used for self defense in a pinch, judging by the video results.

Demolition Matt is wearing the M16 rifle hat from ENDO Apparel.  As you can see, contrary to popular belief you can put any type of curve you want into the visor and it will stay just fine.

Thoughts?  K’Nex shotgun loads anyone?

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The attention to detail in this is awesome:

Unless you just started following the blog, you know how obsessed I am with HBO’s The Wire.  

Every time I see a stop motion animation video, I still can hardly believe how much time it must take.  This vid was even better than The Wire Musical I posted about a few weeks ago.

I can’t stress enough, that if you haven’t seen The Wire… you need to get on that.

Hat tip: Raeshawn

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