I'm back, baby! Yeah, as soon as I get my new job set up in the state of Minnesota (and a reliable Internet connection, a new digital camera, and, hopefully, some more LEGO pieces), I'll be posting all new creations up on here but for the moment, please sit tight and enjoy what I've got on here. I also have some pictures of some other MOCs that I haven't posted on here, so as soon as I get the internet and other things set up, I'll be posting my work online for you. Thank you for your patience.
Oh, I'm sorry for being gone for so long but I've been focusing more on getting a job, a college education, and trying to have a life that is outside of LEGO. I've also been on another chat room website (which shall not be named) and I've been talking to people there more and, at the moment, I am kind of ticked off at The LEGO Group for their shoddy treatment of an old man and his daughter and the incident at LEGOLAND Canada. I am not sure if you all heard of this story, but here it is in a nutshell. This old guy wanted to visit LEGOLAND with his daughter in Toronto, Ontario, Canada but, for some reason, they thought of his as being up to no good and that his interest in LEGO at his age was unhealthy, so the people that were there essentially booted him and his daughter from the park. I do not know about you but, from what I read of the story, the case clearly sounds like a case of age discrimination, and I hope that the guy wins his lawsuit. I also been to some websites that basically said every cruel thing that they could to this man, including that he should get a life (never mind that the jealous jerks probably lack one themselves and they say such comments in order to tear down random strangers on the internet in order to build themselves up because their own lives are going nowhere), and I read such rude posters the Riot Act. At any rate, we should really begin to come down hard on LEGOLAND Canada, and maybe The LEGO Group as a whole, until they either change that policy or we have a revolt and we can buy up The LEGO Group from the family that owns LEGO. I am sorry, but, due to the above mentioned things, as well as waiting for a computer upgrade, new LEGO parts, and a new digital camera, I am essentially taking a sabbatical from LEGO. Finally, I did apply to the LEGO Stores where I live in the Twin Cities, but I have not heard back from The LEGO Group, so I don't know if I'll ever get a job with them...:(