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(Daily Mail)   Boy with Asperger's saves up money for two years to buy his dream Lego set only to find out it's no longer made. He and his therapist write a letter to Lego and they C) find him a copy and get it to him for his birthday. So damn dusty in here   (dailymail.co.uk ) divider line 143
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2012-12-01 07:58:48 PM  
Great now we're going to hear of 1000 Bronies doing the same thing with their out of print desired playset.
 
2012-12-01 08:07:07 PM  

Because People in power are Stupid: Great now we're going to hear of 1000 Bronies doing the same thing with their out of print desired playset.


The Lullaby Nursery is real to me, darnit!
 
2012-12-01 08:17:25 PM  
Please stop with the stupid "dusty" thing. It was only cute the first 800 times.
 
2012-12-01 08:21:55 PM  
Two things:

The parents are pricks. They made him save up for TWO FARKING YEARS? Have a heart and go 50/50 on in with the kid for fark's sake. Maybe 6 months to a year at the outside. Not two years.

Secondly, this was from a story linked on the side. She's 46.

i.dailymail.co.uk 

Holy shiat, what a goddess.
 
2012-12-01 08:23:06 PM  
Dear sirs,

My name is derpyhoovesBrony and I am 32 year old.
I have been playing with many My Little Pony sets
and products since I was about 27 years old. I have
Pony playsets, Plush, Pedophile Lure sets and more.
I participate in a Brony Meetup to get tips on luring
7 year olds into my mom's basement. (I haven't been
diagnosed with pedophilia yet) I love rubbing my little
pony merchandise against my genitals at home (I play
with them every day).

A couple of years ago, I saw the PRINCESS LUNA MINKY
SOCKS PLUSH (Hasbro #37436) and fell in love with it. I
wanted it right away, but my mom told me that I had to pay
for my part of the cable bill instead. For two years I kept
all the money I got from unemployment and SNAP money
(I claim a fake child for tax purposes). I also get money
for letting doctors experiment on me. At last, a couple of months
ago I had my $40 and was ready to buy the Plush My Little
Pony of my dreams!
 
2012-12-01 08:27:13 PM  
I was going to make a snarky comment about the kid, but yeah, the parents need to raise his allowance. Less than $1 a week? shiat I know times are hard for some people but damn. You can't expect him to learn how to save money if you don't give him any.


//I bet they are Teabaggers
 
2012-12-01 08:36:13 PM  
To love
 
2012-12-01 08:38:17 PM  

revrendjim: Please stop with the stupid "dusty" thing. It was only cute the first 800 times.


Agreed. Especially when the story is hardly dusty inducing. It's a nice story, but not crying-big-crocodile tears story. Not every 'hey, someone was nice to another human being!' story is a sob one.

AdolfOliverPanties: Two things:

The parents are pricks. They made him save up for TWO FARKING YEARS? Have a heart and go 50/50 on in with the kid for fark's sake. Maybe 6 months to a year at the outside. Not two years.

Secondly, this was from a story linked on the side. She's 46.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 306x612] 

Holy shiat, what a goddess.


Not to studman or anything, but not really? She's average, isn't fat, and has giant tits. Her face is..not that great. The tits look like they're being trussed up with some major industrial engineering too. Not every woman with giant tits is the new Christina Hendricks.
 
2012-12-01 08:38:27 PM  

cretinbob: I was going to make a snarky comment about the kid, but yeah, the parents need to raise his allowance. Less than $1 a week? shiat I know times are hard for some people but damn. You can't expect him to learn how to save money if you don't give him any.


//I bet they are Teabaggers


Pretty much my sentiments exactly. Two years to save up $100? I mean, good on the kid for deciding to do it and sticking to it, that's admirable tenacity right there, but damn.

/that IS a pretty sweet train set, and I'm not even into trains
//wish they'd re-release the Cafe Corner and Green Grocer modular building sets
 
2012-12-01 08:39:31 PM  
Aspergers is no excuse for comic sans.
 
2012-12-01 08:40:12 PM  
So much dust in here.
Do I have the flu, because my eyes are watering.
Must be a lot of pollen in the air.
Are my allergies acting up again?
Is someone cutting onions?
futuramadog.jpg
I think I have glaucoma, my eyes are hurting from these tears.
Subby owes me a keyboard.
 
2012-12-01 08:42:18 PM  
FTA: "...I commend your willpower and patience..."

You would think a company that makes toys that are insanely popular with quirky children would understand how monomaniacal they can be.

/now I need to apply for a job with Lego.
 
2012-12-01 08:43:15 PM  
Or he could have waited two weeks and said "3D printer, LEGO set" to the wall unit. The bonanza is just around the corner, according the Fark PhDs in mech eng and materials science.
 
2012-12-01 08:43:38 PM  

revrendjim: Please stop with the stupid "dusty" thing. It was only cute the first 800 times.


What's going on, I'm not cutting an onion over here!
 
2012-12-01 08:47:10 PM  
Its no longer made what?
 
2012-12-01 08:48:23 PM  

AdolfOliverPanties: Two things:

The parents are pricks. They made him save up for TWO FARKING YEARS? Have a heart and go 50/50 on in with the kid for fark's sake. Maybe 6 months to a year at the outside. Not two years.

Secondly, this was from a story linked on the side. She's 46.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 306x612] 

Holy shiat, what a goddess.


Maybe it's the angle but her face kinda reminds me of trollface. like trollface if it had its mouth closed.
 
2012-12-01 08:48:35 PM  
It does look like a cool set.
 
2012-12-01 08:50:27 PM  
cretinbob


I was going to make a snarky comment about the kid, but yeah, the parents need to raise his allowance. Less than $1 a week? shiat I know times are hard for some people but damn.
Typical leaching libtard. "Just hand out more money and all problems will be solved."

diaf.
 
2012-12-01 08:50:56 PM  
An Asperger's kid wants a Lego train set? How unexpected.
 
2012-12-01 08:51:23 PM  
So they've never heard of ebay? Oh. They did. But they hate capitalism.
 
2012-12-01 08:51:28 PM  

Because People in power are Stupid: Dear sirs,

My name is derpyhoovesBrony and I am 32 year old.
I have been playing with many My Little Pony sets
and products since I was about 27 years old. I have
Pony playsets, Plush, Pedophile Lure sets and more.
I participate in a Brony Meetup to get tips on luring
7 year olds into my mom's basement. (I haven't been
diagnosed with pedophilia yet) I love rubbing my little
pony merchandise against my genitals at home (I play
with them every day).

A couple of years ago, I saw the PRINCESS LUNA MINKY
SOCKS PLUSH (Hasbro #37436) and fell in love with it. I
wanted it right away, but my mom told me that I had to pay
for my part of the cable bill instead. For two years I kept
all the money I got from unemployment and SNAP money
(I claim a fake child for tax purposes). I also get money
for letting doctors experiment on me. At last, a couple of months
ago I had my $40 and was ready to buy the Plush My Little
Pony of my dreams!


COPY PASTA!
 
2012-12-01 08:52:33 PM  

cretinbob: I was going to make a snarky comment about the kid, but yeah, the parents need to raise his allowance. Less than $1 a week? shiat I know times are hard for some people but damn. You can't expect him to learn how to save money if you don't give him any.


//I bet they are Teabaggers


you sound like an asshole. How many asperger kids did you raise?
 
2012-12-01 08:54:00 PM  
I hope the research project that only partially met his 100$ goal was done by real researchers and not some deviants with a video camera.
 
2012-12-01 08:54:04 PM  
Well, that was pretty cool. Good on ya, LEGO.

Yay! LEGOs! Best. Toy. Evar.

Well, maybe lawn darts, but...A CLOSE SECOND! (and really first)
 
2012-12-01 08:54:37 PM  
Hey. That does look like a neat set.

I wonder if there are any on ebay.

Yep. Here's one. $175 starting bid. Seems a bit steep, but this seller j.groccia, is just over in Massachusetts so shipping should be relatively short.
 
2012-12-01 08:55:14 PM  
Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

i.dailymail.co.uk

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.
 
2012-12-01 08:59:07 PM  
What's the deal with retards... er... "gifted" children and trains??? WTF???
 
2012-12-01 08:59:29 PM  
My childhood LEGOs remain sealed in a beer box: fitting.
 
2012-12-01 08:59:47 PM  
As an Aspie who loved Lego when I was a kid, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.
 
2012-12-01 08:59:54 PM  

God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.


Parts list
 
2012-12-01 09:00:32 PM  
I loved my giant Lego set I got a long long time ago. It was just bags of different bricks. I made all sorts of things with them.

A few years later the specialized sets started to come out, with the weird shaped pieces and hinges and other doo-dads. But I really just needed that big pile of regular Legos for building.
 
2012-12-01 09:01:22 PM  
It's a nice story and all, but wouldn't this have been easier? http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=emerald+night+lego&_sacat=0&_odkw= emerald+night+lego&_lncat=0&_osacat=0&_from=R40
 
2012-12-01 09:03:10 PM  

Quantum Apostrophe: Or he could have waited two weeks and said "3D printer, LEGO set" to the wall unit. The bonanza is just around the corner, according the Fark PhDs in mech eng and materials science.


You really are just an angry, unrepentant dick, aren't you.
 
2012-12-01 09:03:44 PM  

God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.


Can't modify it? What in the hell do you mean "can't modify it"?
 
2012-12-01 09:04:17 PM  
Wow, that's a biatchin' train set.

They don't sell the good Legos in America anymore. Now they're all "modular construction for easy build" crap, because apparently kids are too dumb to build a real Lego in 2012.

It's nice to see Europe still gets the good stuff, at least.
 
2012-12-01 09:05:16 PM  

HortusMatris: Its no longer made what?


The Asperger's saves up money is no longer made. I guess.
 
2012-12-01 09:05:39 PM  

BobDeluxe: God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.

Can't modify it? What in the hell do you mean "can't modify it"?


Once you put a Lego set together, you can't take it apart and arrange it in different configurations. Everyone knows that.
 
2012-12-01 09:06:33 PM  

God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.


Yeah, I don't understand this at all. My kids could build a kick ass space ship with the bricks in this set.
 
2012-12-01 09:07:35 PM  

cretinbob: I was going to make a snarky comment about the kid, but yeah, the parents need to raise his allowance. Less than $1 a week? shiat I know times are hard for some people but damn. You can't expect him to learn how to save money if you don't give him any.


//I bet they are Teabaggers


Raise his allowance, why? And it sure looks like he learned how to save money just fine.

Stupid farkin libtards.
 
2012-12-01 09:10:20 PM  

WhippingBoy: BobDeluxe: God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.

Can't modify it? What in the hell do you mean "can't modify it"?

Once you put a Lego set together, you can't take it apart and arrange it in different configurations. Everyone knows that.


Oh.

So that massive box of Legos that I passed down to the boy that is now 3 massive boxes is wrong? I have no idea how many Lego sets are in those boxes.....
 
2012-12-01 09:12:13 PM  

Giltric:
Parts list


That's good to see. I've seen some really crappy LEGO "sets" these days.
Damn, lego "feathers" look like flames. I would have used the hell out of those. The LEGO people could have been on fire escaping a train wreck.
 
2012-12-01 09:12:33 PM  
Real autistic kids play with those razor sharp erector set pieces.
 
2012-12-01 09:14:30 PM  

Third_Uncle_Eno: As an Aspie who loved Lego when I was a kid, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.


I enjoyed the texture of a mouthful of LEGO bricks.
 
2012-12-01 09:14:34 PM  
I wonder if it's just coincidence that I fnished reading the Aaron Tucker mysteries only yesterday.
 
2012-12-01 09:21:37 PM  
images4.wikia.nocookie.net 

Was it this guy?
 
2012-12-01 09:22:06 PM  
Fark, subby, THIS makes you cry?

Grow up.
 
2012-12-01 09:22:52 PM  
 
2012-12-01 09:38:07 PM  

God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.


dude, look at the picture YOU LINKED
it says there are 1,085 parts in the kit. if there are 1,085 parts and they only make up 10% of the set, then you still have a f*cking awesome set!
 
2012-12-01 09:39:46 PM  
If it's such a serious disease, why don't they call it meningitis?
 
2012-12-01 09:40:12 PM  

kroonermanblack: Not to studman or anything, but not really? She's average, isn't fat, and has giant tits. Her face is..not that great. The tits look like they're being trussed up with some major industrial engineering too. Not every woman with giant tits is the new Christina Hendricks.


The new Christina Hendricks? That pale ginger whale wishes she could look as good as Salma Hayek. Hayek has been causing spontaneous boners since before Hendricks even guested on an episode of Firefly.
 
2012-12-01 09:41:20 PM  
I wanted te fark out of the original space sets - the space shuttle ones.

Alas. Twas not to be.
 
2012-12-01 09:45:17 PM  

elffster: I loved my giant Lego set I got a long long time ago. It was just bags of different bricks. I made all sorts of things with them.

A few years later the specialized sets started to come out, with the weird shaped pieces and hinges and other doo-dads. But I really just needed that big pile of regular Legos for building.


You go ahead and play with the plain bricks. However those of us destined to become mechanical engineers instead of civil engineers needed the new bits with moving parts.

/and it's and MS, not a PhD.
//the cost/benefit analysis for PhD is negative.
 
2012-12-01 09:48:51 PM  

God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.


Actually, they find ways to separate it into little parts. Shipping etc. Also the plastic they use in molding is sensitive to shrink and warp, about as much so as it is tough as nails, so any time they can make reliably smaller parts using their own patents they will do so.

The rail system is mainly for use inside complex cities made of legos.
 
2012-12-01 09:52:31 PM  

Summercat: I wanted te fark out of the original space sets - the space shuttle ones.


I seem to remember space sets before the space shuttle. The rocket looked like Mercury. There was also a moon base, as I recall.
 
2012-12-01 09:52:36 PM  

Yoyo: elffster: I loved my giant Lego set I got a long long time ago. It was just bags of different bricks. I made all sorts of things with them.

A few years later the specialized sets started to come out, with the weird shaped pieces and hinges and other doo-dads. But I really just needed that big pile of regular Legos for building.

You go ahead and play with the plain bricks. However those of us destined to become mechanical engineers instead of civil engineers needed the new bits with moving parts.

/and it's and MS, not a PhD.
//the cost/benefit analysis for PhD is negative.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Only if you're not smarter than the average fencepost... I know PhD's who make hundreds of thousands of dollars a year on the side of their job of "doing what the fark I want to do". One guy raises goats... you can bet he's got automation! 

But then, that's the kind of PhD we want. Effortlessly improves the world and spends time keeping it real.
 
2012-12-01 09:53:21 PM  
Buncha Lego haters 'round here...

Meh, I gots to get to rebuilding the sweet 8880 I scored on eBay.
 
2012-12-01 09:54:10 PM  
The reason why the kid has asperger's is so that a story would be written about how Lego helped in getting his most wanted toy, and the readers would be given an opportunity to view Ms. Hayek's beautiful body.

i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2012-12-01 09:57:15 PM  
To breast
 
2012-12-01 10:03:09 PM  

Yoyo: elffster: I loved my giant Lego set I got a long long time ago. It was just bags of different bricks. I made all sorts of things with them.

A few years later the specialized sets started to come out, with the weird shaped pieces and hinges and other doo-dads. But I really just needed that big pile of regular Legos for building.

You go ahead and play with the plain bricks. However those of us destined to become mechanical engineers instead of civil engineers needed the new bits with moving parts.

/and it's and MS, not a PhD.
//the cost/benefit analysis for PhD is negative.


and for the train engineers...Duplo
 
2012-12-01 10:06:32 PM  
It get it, I do. The parents want to teach delayed gratification and aspberger's kids need more delay for the concept to sink in. But, really, there is delayed gratification and then there is delayed, almost to the point of impossibility and in-futility, fark this it doesn't matter anymore, thanks for ruining it for me jerks gratification. Or, you know, a girl's first sexual experience and gratification.
 
2012-12-01 10:09:43 PM  

cretinbob: I was going to make a snarky comment about the kid, but yeah, the parents need to raise his allowance. Less than $1 a week? shiat I know times are hard for some people but damn. You can't expect him to learn how to save money if you don't give him any.


//I bet they are Teabaggers


As a parent of an Asperger's child you have no farking idea of how expensive therapy can be. Insurance rarely covers it and even when it does co-pays and deductibles are killer. We've been lucky having military insurance but I know many people who damn near go broke just trying to get their kid help.
 
2012-12-01 10:14:01 PM  
was over at a friends house - his girlfriend says "Why is NBC showing a black and white movie?"

It's A Wonderful Life - in December.

gotta love this next generation...
 
2012-12-01 10:14:11 PM  
Thread is full of dicks and assholes!
 
2012-12-01 10:20:53 PM  

OnlyM3: cretinbob


I was going to make a snarky comment about the kid, but yeah, the parents need to raise his allowance. Less than $1 a week? shiat I know times are hard for some people but damn. Typical leaching libtard. "Just hand out more money and all problems will be solved."

diaf.


I'm guessing the $1/week allowance CAUSED Aspergers. I mean, well, that and having parents that w

Yoyo: elffster: I loved my giant Lego set I got a long long time ago. It was just bags of different bricks. I made all sorts of things with them.

A few years later the specialized sets started to come out, with the weird shaped pieces and hinges and other doo-dads. But I really just needed that big pile of regular Legos for building.

You go ahead and play with the plain bricks. However those of us destined to become mechanical engineers instead of civil engineers needed the new bits with moving parts.

/and it's and MS, not a PhD.
//the cost/benefit analysis for PhD is negative.


At first I was dismayed to see the "purposed kits" of legos, as it defeats the creative point of telling you WHAT to build.

But I came to understand that these ARE composed of general-purpose parts, and almost always get rebuilt into new, creative projects.
 
2012-12-01 10:21:26 PM  

cretinbob: $1


cretinbob: I was going to make a snarky comment about the kid, but yeah, the parents need to raise his allowance. Less than $1 a week? shiat I know times are hard for some people but damn. You can't expect him to learn how to save money if you don't give him any.


//I bet they are Teabaggers



It said he saved "some" of his allowance. Maybe he wasn't very consistent about it.
 
2012-12-01 10:26:34 PM  
You mean this Poor biatch had to save up for two years just to get $100? Over 4 Christmas' and birthdays? Really?
 
2012-12-01 10:47:10 PM  

God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.


Here is the argument:
You buy both, the Lego kit, like the train, that you have to assemble, (1024 parts) and the free range Lego so the kids can use there imagination to build whatever there little imagination can come up with.

These sets are awesome. If you've ever watched a 5 year old sit quietly for days at a time with 1500 pcs, three 50 page, wordless booklets and assemble everything on their own, you'll understand how impressive they can be. It's follow the instructions one block at a time, and a kid in kindergarten can build impressive stuff. Metaphor for life?

It's the equivalent of giving your child an engine block with a process manual and have them assemble it in your living room. And if the drop it (lego, not the engine block) and break it, they know how to repair it.

IMHO you buy the kid both, if you have the means.
 
2012-12-01 10:52:34 PM  

Yoyo: Summercat: I wanted te fark out of the original space sets - the space shuttle ones.

I seem to remember space sets before the space shuttle. The rocket looked like Mercury. There was also a moon base, as I recall.


I had the moon base and a few others from the gray space set, but I was always more interested in building my own creations. I never knew about that space shuttle one, but do remember some later sets with blue and then white bricks. Then by the time my younger brother was into them, they had red and black ones with neon green windows.
 
2012-12-01 10:57:47 PM  
His 11th birthday?

The box says 14+!

Won't someone think of the children? THE CHILDREN!

/good on you Lego
 
2012-12-01 10:58:10 PM  
technic was where it was at. that shiat was amazing
 
2012-12-01 11:01:10 PM  

Third_Uncle_Eno: As an Aspie who loved Lego when I was a kid, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.


I always preferred K'Nex. You could build in a much wider variety of ways. And, if you screwed around with it and were willing to break a few pieces on occasion, you could get some curve in there as well. Of course, they came out with legitimately bendable ones later, but that's no fun.

I made a 2 and a half foot long motorized aircraft carrier with those things, among other projects. Good times.
 
2012-12-01 11:07:42 PM  

cretinbob: I was going to make a snarky comment about the kid, but yeah, the parents need to raise his allowance. Less than $1 a week? shiat I know times are hard for some people but damn. You can't expect him to learn how to save money if you don't give him any.


Exactly. My dad gave me next to no allowance growing up, then was baffled that I wouldn't save any of it. I always saw saving as a fruitless endevor, because anything I wanted it would have been ten months to a year. Top shelf rewards for saving never happend. I always saw it easier to wait a month and get something half-***ed then go the full year not spending a single penny.
 
2012-12-01 11:08:51 PM  
thread full of spoiled bastards. i don't even know if Lego existed when i was a lad, i know all these great toys everyone farking talks about on the internet weren't ever at my house. i played outside with a fly swatter and a ball - peen hammer, killing flies & ants all summer long. my parents were both frickin' loons so god forbid they got me diagnosed. i didn't find out i was crackerjacks till i lost it at work back when i was 38. can you farkin imagine? humiliating shiat. now i take out my anger writing trash on the internet, bitter and lonely, and still no Legos for the Kritter. son of a biatch. wheres my fargin Legos? dammit to hell.

/my hemorrhoids are killing me, it ain't funny
 
2012-12-01 11:12:32 PM  
So kid, how many green blocks? How many green irregular blocks? How many irregulars total? What time was it when you...
 
2012-12-01 11:21:07 PM  
Boy with Asperger's saves up money for two years to buy his dream Lego set only to find out its it's no longer made. He and his therapist write a letter to Lego and they C) find him a copy and get it to him for his birthday. So damn dusty in here

Too dusty to notice the missing apostrophe?
 
2012-12-01 11:21:52 PM  
(Penance for prior post)

celebsview.info
 
2012-12-01 11:27:58 PM  
Abreast...
 
2012-12-01 11:31:52 PM  

DUkskkEA: was over at a friends house - his girlfriend says "Why is NBC showing a black and white movie?"

It's A Wonderful Life - in December.

gotta love this next generation...


I know. I just saw that myself, and though "Oh God no. Not this crap already." If you want to play olde tyme X-mas movies, fine, but play something good like "White Christmas," or "Lethal Weapon." Lucky for me I can watch music videos on the Mexican station instead.

I assume you're complaining about the generation of program directors that play crap X-mas movies on the first day of Advent. Or were you referring to people who don't recognize Jimmy Stewart or "It's a Wonderful Life?"
 
2012-12-01 11:44:19 PM  

shintochick: As a parent of an Asperger's child you have no farking idea of how expensive therapy can be. Insurance rarely covers it and even when it does co-pays and deductibles are killer. We've been lucky having military insurance but I know many people who damn near go broke just trying to get their kid help.


Well then, maybe you shouldn't have had him injected with all those vaccines
 
2012-12-01 11:48:22 PM  

AdolfOliverPanties:

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 306x612] 

Holy shiat, what a goddess.


thatsamanbaby.jpg
 
2012-12-01 11:50:33 PM  

kroonermanblack: but not crying-big-crocodile tears story


media.twirlit.com
 
2012-12-02 12:01:21 AM  
Damn you, Admin, for fixing the typo in the headline and making me feel like I'm going crazy!
 
2012-12-02 12:01:47 AM  
I love how the haters come down on bronies for liking MLP, yet the haters are the first to bring MLP into any discussion. It's like gaybashers being gay themselves.
 
2012-12-02 12:19:21 AM  

God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.


I recall getting a bucket of LEGOs as a kid in the late 70's. I tried to build Star Wars models with them before there were actual LEGO Star Wars kits.

/ I wasn't very good, but I had fun.
// and, as you pointed out, the open aspect of LEGOs back then did make me more creative than I otherwise would have been...
 
2012-12-02 12:25:20 AM  
Electronic protective codpiece
 
2012-12-02 12:26:24 AM  

gadian: Electronic protective codpiece


heh, completely wrong thread, but works.
 
2012-12-02 12:40:17 AM  

Linkster: Thread is full of dicks and assholes!


Well, maybe they can get together. You know, do fun stuff.
 
2012-12-02 12:54:31 AM  
It's for sale on Amazon right now. What's the big deal?

http://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Creator-Emerald-Night-Train/dp/B001USDL02
 
2012-12-02 12:56:25 AM  

Yoyo: There was also a moon base, as I recall.


Oh you damn right there was. I recall it fondly.
 
2012-12-02 01:02:48 AM  
I stopped reading the headline at just 3 words in because I could clearly tell that this was a fake story.
 
2012-12-02 01:04:11 AM  
Mailing LEGO a request to replace a piece that was missing from a set that I bought was probably my first customer service experience. The replacement came pretty quickly and I still remember that now, ~24 years later, and think well of them as a result.
 
2012-12-02 01:06:09 AM  

OnlyM3: cretinbob


I was going to make a snarky comment about the kid, but yeah, the parents need to raise his allowance. Less than $1 a week? shiat I know times are hard for some people but damn. Typical leaching libtard. "Just hand out more money and all problems will be solved."

diaf.


+1
 
2012-12-02 01:09:42 AM  
maybe thebfark libtrds will finally realize that cirporations ARE people!
 
2012-12-02 01:36:12 AM  

kroonermanblack: revrendjim: Please stop with the stupid "dusty" thing. It was only cute the first 800 times.

Agreed. Especially when the story is hardly dusty inducing. It's a nice story, but not crying-big-crocodile tears story. Not every 'hey, someone was nice to another human being!' story is a sob one.

AdolfOliverPanties: Two things:

The parents are pricks. They made him save up for TWO FARKING YEARS? Have a heart and go 50/50 on in with the kid for fark's sake. Maybe 6 months to a year at the outside. Not two years.

Secondly, this was from a story linked on the side. She's 46.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 306x612] 

Holy shiat, what a goddess.

Not to studman or anything, but not really? She's average, isn't fat, and has giant tits. Her face is..not that great. The tits look like they're being trussed up with some major industrial engineering too. Not every woman with giant tits is the new Christina Hendricks.


Not every Christina Hendricks is the new woman with giant tits... or something.

/Loves me some giant tits
 
2012-12-02 01:49:47 AM  

AdolfOliverPanties: The parents are pricks. They made him save up for TWO FARKING YEARS? Have a heart and go 50/50 on in with the kid for fark's sake. Maybe 6 months to a year at the outside. Not two years.


The parents can easily get the best of both worlds - they want the kid to save, know it will take a long time, also know that the item is possibly able to be discontinued and thus get really expensive on eBay (assuming it's even available) in the meantime.

They should just buy the thing in secret and hide it away, while the kid saves up $$$. If the kid decides later he doesn't want it, the parents can then sell on eBay.

But it's always trivial for rich people to make their kid "learn by earning" some item, with no risk whatsoever for the kid - just buy it and hold in reserve.
 
2012-12-02 02:06:38 AM  
I'm sorry, but Asperger's is no longer a thing. Some grey-haired academic types killed it; rather it is now called "mild autism".
 
2012-12-02 02:19:10 AM  
images1.wikia.nocookie.net 

Sounds like this guy to me. No he doesn't stutter as much. No I have no heart, it's a genetic defect, lmfao.
 
2012-12-02 02:32:29 AM  
I love how instead of enjoying the fact that on top of the kid wanting that set, it was magnified by 10 because of the fact that he earned it through saving up, instead of the wah wah liberal cry-fest about why they didn't raise his allowance or just buy it for him. It's grandiose on the derp scale.

Obviously if they couldn't afford a $100 lego set, they couldn't go much further than $1 a week. Not everything has to be about me me me.
 
2012-12-02 02:57:49 AM  

ilikeracecars: Aspergers is no excuse for comic sans.


Sans comic does however describe most Asperger's. The jokes: They don't get 'em.
 
2012-12-02 02:59:35 AM  
I loved Legos as a child. I had bins full of the basic blocks and later got some sets but not many. My allowance for as a kid was $2.50 a week but I used to circle the things I wanted from the Lego catalog and plan to save for them. That never happened, I think I ended up buying toys from Target (I know I bought Risk, ended up playing with the figures more than the game).

It's hard to imagine saving up a hundred dollars from basically a dollar a week. I've never been good with saving so props to this kid. Glad Lego is a good company.

/I had more fun with Erector sets but damn were they expensive. Again I mainly had basic parts but also some motors. Ah, nostalgia.
//Gave my Legos away to my aspie neighbor years ago. He's in college now but I hope he had fun with them.
 
2012-12-02 03:12:00 AM  
Lego doesn't really need to make new stuff.

They could just start reprinting old sets, they'd still make a shiatload of money from all of the (non-licensed) settings. Both from nostalgic parents as well as kids. Pirates, spacemen, knights, they're all still cool.
 
2012-12-02 03:25:04 AM  

kroonermanblack: Secondly, this was from a story linked on the side. She's 46.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 306x612]

Holy shiat, what a goddess.

Not to studman or anything, but not really? She's average, isn't fat, and has giant tits.


Nice fav note.
 
2012-12-02 03:30:44 AM  

God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.


Tell you what, how about you pick one up (as pointed out, it is still available through the secondary market), and put it together without the instructions. Even a close approximation will do. Then get back to us with pictures. This very same set is on my desk shelf beside me, it's a great piece of modelling because it hardly looks like the pile of assorted tiny bits it comes out of the box as. I do get a chuckle every time something about Lego comes up here, because inevitably someone will come along and assert that having fewer tools available to you somehow increases the creative space. Having a wider selection of parts increases the possibility space, pretty much by definition, and it follows from there that it increases the amount of creative and logical thinking one can do with it.

I just realized this is the same argument I had here a while back about something or other to do with D&D, in which it was asserted that getting to know the full range of options and mechanical depth of the game (and using that knowledge to your advantage, as one commonly does in games) is somehow playing the game worse.
 
2012-12-02 03:40:35 AM  

stirfrybry: you sound like an asshole. How many asperger kids did you raise?


I wonder if this one has real Asperger's or Trendy Lifestyle Accessory Asperger's?
 
2012-12-02 03:43:54 AM  

Impeesa: God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.

Tell you what, how about you pick one up (as pointed out, it is still available through the secondary market), and put it together without the instructions. Even a close approximation will do. Then get back to us with pictures. This very same set is on my desk shelf beside me, it's a great piece of modelling because it hardly looks like the pile of assorted tiny bits it comes out of the box as. I do get a chuckle every time something about Lego comes up here, because inevitably someone will come along and assert that having fewer tools available to you somehow increases the creative space. Having a wider selection of parts increases the possibility space, pretty much by definition, and it follows from there that it increases the amount of creative and logical thinking one can do with it.

I just realized this is the same argument I had here a while back about something or other to do with D&D, in which it was asserted that getting to know the full range of options and mechanical depth of the game (and using that knowledge to your advantage, as one commonly does in games) is somehow playing the game worse.


It's like reading the Cliff Notes before the novel.
 
2012-12-02 04:19:50 AM  
That is a pretty awesome train set.
 
2012-12-02 04:39:32 AM  
Because no one should ever be disappointed in this world.
 
2012-12-02 04:39:40 AM  
Wow. That kid's hand writing looks exactly like comic sans!
 
2012-12-02 04:48:27 AM  
So many great lessons here. The kid learned how to set a goal and reach it. He then learned about not quitting when he found out that item was no longer manufactured. And he learned that some corporations are great companies. Sure, this is a huge public relations boost for Lego, but do they really need it? They are successful enough already without a story like this. Also, I like the fact that the the letter was not demanding or asking for anything free. He was just asking if they might have any more available. Good for him. And good for Lego.
 
2012-12-02 05:17:07 AM  
My best friend from childhood works the IT helpdesk at Lego, and says it's an amazing job, raves about how non-corporate the place feels, so this article doesn't surprise me.
 
2012-12-02 05:39:21 AM  
i collect and build with lego as well, and they are a pretty cool company. but the kid probably could have looked online on ebay or bricklink and found the set he needed without contacting them. sometimes old sets on bricklink don't cost much more than their original retail price, which is cool. but if you do contact lego about missing pieces, they will get back to you right away, they take their customer service seriously.

man i hope that lord of the rings becomes a new massive lego franchise like star wars, with new sets coming out regularly for years and years. they have lego star wars sets for every single kind of ship ever shown in the entire 6 films, and minifigures of every damn minor character in the entire franchise, even expanded universe stuff. i hope they do that with lord of the rings and the hobbit, so i can get minifigures of saruman and sauron and all the dwarves and arwyn and elrond and everybody. i want an official set of the city of minas tirith, dammit.
 
2012-12-02 06:14:22 AM  

God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.


I can put guns on it.
 
2012-12-02 06:54:03 AM  
I have a short-lived meme for this thread.

www.frontarmy.com

And this, because why not?

cdn.blogosfere.it
 
2012-12-02 06:56:53 AM  
$229.99 on Amazon The real story should be, "Family and their therapist don't know how to shop online."

What a farking non-story...
 
2012-12-02 07:10:56 AM  

Honest Bender: $229.99 on Amazon The real story should be, "Family and their therapist don't know how to shop online."

What a farking non-story...


From TFA: 'There were some available on e-Bay and Amazon, but they were over $200. That was just too much.'
They do know how to shop online.
They also know how to play their cards to get stuff and Lego knows how to do PR. Win-win situation, I think.
 
2012-12-02 08:43:17 AM  

kingflower: maybe thebfark libtrds will finally realize that cirporations ARE people!


LEGO isn't a corporation. It's a company owned by the Kirk foundation, which only duty is to own LEGO, and give money to the family of Kirk.

I guess most (all?), large Scandinavian companies are owned by family foundation. That's how they stay Scandinavian, and how they grow larger because there isn't any stockholders to fark them over.

Foundations don't give a shiat about corporations or stocks...
 
2012-12-02 08:53:14 AM  
Dear Fark,
I am emotionally retarded. Could I please have a free TotalFark subscription?
Thank you.
 
2012-12-02 09:33:49 AM  

Giltric: God-is-a-Taco: Oh, and as for the article: This shows how much LEGO has changed.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x425]

Look at that crap. How much of that is actually assembled by the kid? There's probably a base model that's 90% of the thing itself, and there's nothing you can do creatively with it.
There's puzzles for that thing, even 3D puzzles. LEGOs should be stimulating young minds about turning concepts into designs.
This is a train. It will always be a train. You can't modify it, because then it wouldn't be a train.

Parts list



1085 holy shiat. You do have to build the entire train from scratch. That'll keep him busy for a while.
 
2012-12-02 09:45:30 AM  
Aspergers isnt a thing anymore. Its just an awkward kid that really wanted something.
 
2012-12-02 09:57:35 AM  
not sure I understand how this is deserving of it being dusty... I mean here is what happened. Lego employee logged onto Ebay. Ordered the set. Mailed it to the boy who spent two years saving up for it. Ta dah. So really he could have went direct to Ebay and saved himself the time.
 
2012-12-02 11:01:04 AM  
I am amazed by all the folks in this thread talking about the legos they remember as kids and they are talking about what seems to me to be really recent things. Stuff like the train set, mini figures, etc just dont come to mind when I think of my childhood time with legos. When I used them (early-mid 1970s) they were all just blocks, or at least the ones that I got were. No people figures, no wheels, no pieces shaped like trains or parts of trains, space shuttles, etc.. I suspect they were better that way since we had to actually use our imagination to build stuff.
 
2012-12-02 11:04:21 AM  
This is rougly what I remember legos as:
http://www.diapers.com/p/lego-bricks-more-builders-of-tomorrow-set-65 0 -pcs-6177-36818?site=CA&utm_source=cse&utm_medium=cpc_D&utm_term=LG-09 2&utm_campaign=Google&CAWELAID=1338768863&utm_content=pla&cagpspn=pla& ci_kw={keyword}
 
2012-12-02 11:20:01 AM  
Wait...wait...

There's a disease called ASS BURGERS?!
 
2012-12-02 12:12:48 PM  
Dear Lego:

i50.tinypic.com

/late to the party
 
2012-12-02 12:15:48 PM  
This kid will finish the train in less than a day.

Should have bought him a Death Star or Star Destroyer. Keep him busy for a week.
 
2012-12-02 12:24:23 PM  
The only "Night Train" I'm acquainted with is of the Ruby persuasion. And it comes with this oddly misshapen glass lego piece.
 
2012-12-02 12:51:43 PM  
Great, another Fark thread about Christina Hendricks and erector sets.
 
2012-12-02 12:55:51 PM  

jtown: So they've never heard of ebay? Oh. They did. But they hate capitalism.


That was my first thought as well

Sure enough - browse ebay and found 53 results...I'm almost certain Lego did the same thing then purchased their train back from the ebay seller then gave it to the kid.
 
2012-12-02 01:15:53 PM  

crapo87: It's for sale on Amazon right now. What's the big deal?

http://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Creator-Emerald-Night-Train/dp/B001USDL02


If by "on sale", you mean "2 times what the kid had saved up".

The article mentions that the train is still available through Ebay and resellers, but had become a collector's item and cost more than the $100 he had saved.

I don't blame his parents for not wanting to pay an extra hundred for a toy.
 
2012-12-02 01:44:30 PM  

beakerxf: crapo87: It's for sale on Amazon right now. What's the big deal?

http://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Creator-Emerald-Night-Train/dp/B001USDL02

If by "on sale", you mean "2 times what the kid had saved up".

The article mentions that the train is still available through Ebay and resellers, but had become a collector's item and cost more than the $100 he had saved.

I don't blame his parents for not wanting to pay an extra hundred for a toy.


Then you're a bad person, like everyone else of your political persuasion.
 
2012-12-02 01:57:27 PM  

maamold: jtown: So they've never heard of ebay? Oh. They did. But they hate capitalism.

That was my first thought as well

Sure enough - browse ebay and found 53 results...I'm almost certain Lego did the same thing then purchased their train back from the ebay seller then gave it to the kid.


And for the good PR that has been generated it's worth every penny x1,000,000
 
2012-12-02 01:57:30 PM  
cptjeff [TotalFark]


Third_Uncle_Eno: As an Aspie who loved Lego when I was a kid, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.

I always preferred K'Nex. You could build in a much wider variety of ways. And, if you screwed around with it and were willing to break a few pieces on occasion, you could get some curve in there as well. Of course, they came out with legitimately bendable ones later, but that's no fun.

I made a 2 and a half foot long motorized aircraft carrier with those things, among other projects. Good times.


I've heard of it, but never had it when I was a kid, even thought it was probably a 80's/early 90's thing.....(?)
 
2012-12-02 02:13:36 PM  
I'd hate to be this kids therapist spending the next year explaining that this doesn't work EVERY time.
 
2012-12-02 02:48:28 PM  
As a parent of a 9-year-old with ADHD, LEGO are amazing at focusing his attention and creativity. Aside from the simple fact that kids rarely retain the design of the kit per the original instructions, YouTube alone is awash with many ideas for creating ad hoc sets, vehicles, and (obviously) rotating orbital gunnery platforms from existing pieces in various boxed sets. There's a few sets of YT videos with stop-motion Star Wars minifigure adventures that are also entertaining.

My kid converted his younger brother's marina/Baywatch-ish dock set into a combination Star Wars outpost and Ninjago fortress. The LEGO computer games themselves are also ridiculously fun and addictive, so kudos to any parent of a child with a behavioral disorder trying to stimulate their creativity and ingenuity. My son is often amazed at tales of my childhood when we only had a few space-themed sets, nothing that really followed any film or book trends, and the fact we had dozens, not HUNDREDS of sets to choose from. I remember pulling up this page with the 1970s-80s era Space series sets that I had, and I got this look from him like Marty McFly did from the video game kids in 2015. "You mean you gotta use your hands? That's like a baby's toy!"

Now, in a purely Bricktop sense, I will pull my nose out of LEGO's asshole and simply comment that a feel good story is a feel good story and there are damn few of them around these days as it is. Kid wins, LEGO wins, even if at the end of the day not a single fark was given. 

/But god, I so wanted a table covered in the old moon/crater plates
//wished I'd kept all of it, too. I was meticulous with not losing pieces
///My kids nuked that accomplishment, though
 
2012-12-02 04:43:51 PM  
what happens if u give a kid with aspbergers buckyballs??
 
2012-12-02 04:51:53 PM  

Honest Bender: $229.99 on Amazon The real story should be, "Family and their therapist don't know how to shop online."

What a farking non-story...


Hmm. Kid has $100. The item costs $229.99 on Amazon. Seems to me that you do not know how to do simple math.
 
2012-12-02 06:49:48 PM  
work for Lego Part time at Baybrook Mall... one of my all time favorite retail jobs (and I have had a few... even beats Build a Bear... worked there for 5 years)
I actually look forward to going to work in the evenings (after my "real" job)... people are great, store is fun...
only downside-- I have to mop

My son is a Lego freak (got the part time job for the discount)... we have a rule in the house, and it has served us well...
If we buy a set, it stays put together... kid has shelves in his room for the sets...
He has 4 HUGE storage tubs of loose Lego's (some from sets before we made the rule, some from my brother in law who is 17 years younger than my husband who didn't want them anymore)...
He creates with the tubs of Lego's and has no problem with our "rule"...
Some of his tub creations:
Lego Stephen Hawking (my personal fav)
the Wright Brothers Plane (complete with Darth Vader and Gandolf as the Brothers)
a never ending fighter plane... he adds a little every day
A Fleur de Le (New Orleans Saints logo) for a friend (sorry if my spelling is off)
An ENORMOUS passenger plane

/10 year old wants to be an architect... obsessed with the modular town sets and the Architecture pieces...
//bought him Town Hall for Xmas, Robie House will be bought next 50% off day.
 
2012-12-02 10:19:07 PM  
This vaguely reminds me of this time when I was a kid when my mom found this penpals magazine in the library and encouraged me to write to one and then the mother wrote back that the kid grew up and moved out of the house.
 
2012-12-03 12:24:24 AM  
Aspy kids would probably LOVE Capsela.

I loved mine when I was a kid... The gears and linear motion would probably be a big hit.

www.kaboodle.com
 
FNG [TotalFark]
2012-12-03 12:50:02 AM  
So, to summarize:

1) Farkers are in a rotten mood this weekend. It's a special needs kid who waited and saved. "Welcome to Fark" pics welcome, check my account number, newb.
2) Shame on the parents for not ponying up the $120.00 extra on eBay and telling the kid "Hey, good job, you did it!"
3) Good on LEGO.
 
2012-12-03 12:51:47 PM  

Shadow Blasko: Aspy kids would probably LOVE Capsela.

I loved mine when I was a kid... The gears and linear motion would probably be a big hit.

[www.kaboodle.com image 300x251]


I still have all my Capsela sets as well as all my Robotix(in their boxes no less!). Awesome stuff even today.
 
2012-12-04 02:26:57 AM  

Ima4nic8or: ...When I used them (early-mid 1970s) they were all just blocks, or at least the ones that I got were. No people figures, no wheels, no pieces shaped like trains or parts of trains, space shuttles, etc.


No, Lego certainly had all those special blocks back in the '70s. You sound poor.
 
2012-12-04 07:43:21 PM  
Leggo my Breggo!
 
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