Wednesday, July 3, 2013

You Can't Handle The Bricky Awesome!

Wally sent this in, found somewhere on the vastness of the intarwebs...

(picture found here. No idea on context...)

Yes, that is exactly what you think it is. It's a Lego Killdozer:

Whoever built it did a yeoman's job of capturing the destructive genius of Marvin Heemeyer. I wonder if they built a little tiny Lego hardware store - complete with basement - to finish the playset? I am quite tempted to hit the local Lego store to find enough pieces to build my own...

Thank goodness for Al Gore and his internet for bringing us quality stuff like Lego Killdozer!

That is all.


Dave H said...

You know Lego has specialized CAD (CAL?) software for designing models, right? Search for Lego Digital Designer. You used to be able to place an order for a custom brick kit right from the software, but that service isn't available any more. You can order bricks individually though. You just have to enter your own bill of materials.

Glenn B said...

Wow, what an amazing story that whole Killdozer thing! I remember almost none of that but had a strong recollection of having seen that face before and then a vague recollection that the guy had killed himself.

Old NFO said...

LOL, again way too much time on somebody's hands... :-)

AuricTech said...

When I saw the subject line, I thought this was going to be a post about Glocks*.... ;-)

WV = "Peachine 1063"

"Peachine 1063 is a uniquely-formulated CLP that is very popular in Georgia. Much like FrogLube, it is made of food-grade substances, with no petroleum distillates used."

*Either that, or a reference to the awesome power of the Walther PPK.