Yay! Another blog post from me!
This is one of my few blog posts. I haven't done many before and I probably won't do many after this. But I think this needs to be said.
For the first time in my life I have experienced one thing: LEGO summer sets first being available for, no, not Americans, not Canadians or any other. No, the first sets being available for people who live in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
You may now think "That's it? He created a blog post for that one matter?". Yes, that's it. It's probably not a great deal for many of you, but I was constantly mourning over the fact that (especially) the American people can get their hands on LEGO summer and winter sets long before they get released in Europe (sometimes that's three mon…Read more >
Recently I looked up the Eurobricks frontpage and I found a nice image of a minifigure that obviously representy Captain Jack Sparrow from the movie Pirates of the Carribean (). See the link to the Eurobricks forum and the images here.
What do you think about it? New fantastic theme of LEGO? Or a Rip-off? A joke? Official or not, this minifigure looks very nice and I hope we will hear more about it soon.
EDIT: This is an old blog, the theme was officially confirmed and sets will be released (see Pirates of the Caribbean).Read more >
I guess there are quite a lot out there who watched that recent Football Worldcup match. For those who didn't: You really missed something. If you supported Germany.
The match started with a foul and a goal - for Germany, and from Mueller. I've heard that was the fastest goal in the world cup 2010 and the second-fastest goal ever for Germany in a world cup match. Good thing: Argentina was perplexed. Bad thing: we've gone with that 0:1 into the break.
After the break we really got into that match. I'm not saying Argentina played rubbish - they did really good. But still, it seemed as if it wasn't enough. 0:2, 0:3 and finally 0:4; man, that really was fantastic! Still, Mueller got his second yellow card and misses next match, against Spain. By…Read more >