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Moc pages is now as fast as a flash and that one superhero who's name I can't remember ( I think it ryhme's with cash...i don't know).

But what do you think could make MOCp. better? I could use an inbox type thing, people could leave me questions or something that aren't about my creations.

I added two or three new creations today I wish you could add more than 8 pic's at a time + my computer is slow so I can only add 3 pic's at a time.

P.S. What exactly does MOC meen?

To quote Darren Adams "ooOOOoo"

-MARATHONMAN
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| March 13, 2009, 5:55 pm
Moc means My Own Creation
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| March 14, 2009, 8:36 pm
I love the new speed! Suggestions? Hmmm, this is just an idea, but, I think it would be awesome if some website, maybe not moc pages, but some lego created thing, would send coupons to people that get moc of the day, or whatever, for discounts on lego sets. This would encourage builders to let their creativity go to entirely different levels, even if they didn't have vast amounts of lego's. (Like myself.) Maybe all I'm saying is that people can be bribed. : ) It would be kinda cool if when someone like commander Fed made Moc of the day, er whatever, he might get a 5$ discount on the next lego set he wanted to buy. I guess this notion seems sort of preposterous, but it would probably raise sales for lego, and make us builders happy.
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| March 14, 2009, 8:51 pm
Quoting Mandalore the Creator
I love the new speed! Suggestions? Hmmm, this is just an idea, but, I think it would be awesome if some website, maybe not moc pages, but some lego created thing, would send coupons to people that get moc of the day, or whatever, for discounts on lego sets. This would encourage builders to let their creativity go to entirely different levels, even if they didn't have vast amounts of lego's. (Like myself.) Maybe all I'm saying is that people can be bribed. : ) It would be kinda cool if when someone like commander Fed made Moc of the day, er whatever, he might get a 5$ discount on the next lego set he wanted to buy. I guess this notion seems sort of preposterous, but it would probably raise sales for lego, and make us builders happy.

That is a good idea
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| March 16, 2009, 1:00 am
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what does sig fig mean, anyone know?
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| March 16, 2009, 1:26 pm
Quoting Marathon man
what does sig fig mean, anyone know?

It means your singnature figurine. In other words it is you in lego. Have a look at mine!
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| March 16, 2009, 2:04 pm
Quoting Al The Amazing
It means your singnature figurine. In other words it is you in lego. Have a look at mine!

Oh, thanks! I've been wondering what it was abbreviated for. I had a hunch it was something like that though. I'll go check out your sig-fig.
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| March 16, 2009, 5:06 pm
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Quoting Boris Kletin
MOC pages needs an instant messaging system


That is an incredible awesome amazing idea, it would make my E-mail much less crouded from all the alerts from MOCpages.


Ipersonally would like a text decoding machine so I could figure out what shortened versions of words were like sig fig and MOC (I know what those meen now though).
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| March 19, 2009, 10:58 am
Quoting Marathon man

Ipersonally would like a text decoding machine so I could figure out what shortened versions of words were like sig fig and MOC (I know what those meen now though).

I agree, I know somethings but not all.
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| March 30, 2009, 6:02 pm
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