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Shannonia expanding southward
Was this the place that launch'd a thousand quips / And earned the countless wows of millions? / Sweet Shannonia, make me chortle with a dis.
About this creation
June 16, 2007: a little 16x16 square section of a microscale city called "Shannonia" debuts on MOCpages. From that point on, the world would never be the same.


Yes, Shannonia is a year old -- Feel free to hold parades in its honor down the streets of your own microcity. ('Cause you know you built one, copycat!) Hard to believe, isn't it? Who'd have thought, one year ago, that it would still be around today, and sixteen times larger? That it would inspire other people to found their own microcities? Certainly not me.

If you've been a regular visitor to our fair microcity over the past year, you should know how Shannonia celebrates its first anniversary... With yet another expansion, of course! No splitting it up into smaller parts this time, for this extra-special occasion the Chamber of Commerce is pulling out all the stops: a huge sprawling supersized expansion all on one page! Think of it as the Shannonia Pioneer Days Celebration. So grab a corndog, get your face painted, and enjoy the festivities...




Dominating the new expansion, and of course the first thing you see after stepping off the plane, is Shannonia International Airport (SLY), so we'll start there. Having the tallest building in town at the end of your runway is probably not the wisest move in city planning... still, we've never had a crash.




ARRIVALS

Flight 298 from the banana republic known as Gongfujian. At one time we thought Gongfujian would grow and thrive, and be worthy of being considered as a sister-city someday, but apparently the ruling junta there is content to let the city stagnate and lapse into decay.

Flight 404 from the studly chrome and neon wonderland of That one place, whose name I can't remember and don't even want to try to pronounce. And that's what their mayor calls it!




The airport is boldly designed in the white and trans-blue Exploriens style. The Mayor wanted it in the UFOlien style, but the city council wisely overruled him. UFOliens had cool minifigs, but ugly UGLY ships.





ARRIVALS

We could have sworn there was a flight 421 from some place called NewLand, but it must have disappeared into the Bermuda Triangle or something.

There's even a flight arriving from Rikko Metropolis, although diplomatic relations between the two cities have been quite frosty ever since their head of state mistook Shannonia's beloved Mayor for some Australian Gollum lookalike. Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld came to the Mayor's office and tried to get him to invade on some trumped-up WMD pretext. They got the bitch-slapping they so richly deserved.




I'm sure there are flights arriving from other microcities as well, but it's not as if anyone really cares, right? You're here to see Shannonia. You may also be asking if there are departing flights for any of these other microcities. Well, there would be, except for the fact that once people get a taste of the glory and splendor that is Shannonia, nobody ever wants to go back to any of those places.




I'd like to take a moment here to explain the grass. I was having trouble fitting the 130-stud length of the entire city in my normal indoor photographic setup, and also we've had such miserable gray weather here the past few weeks that there was very little ambient light coming in through the windows. So when Mother Nature cooperated somewhat, I headed outside to try the comprehensive shots. I am not at all happy with how most of the pics for this expansion turned out, but I was on a deadline



Blayton Cathedral. The radical offshoot sect of the Temple of the Brick is one of the fastest-growing religions in the Legoverse. This Sunday, guest pastor Mondaynoodle will lead the congregation in prayer for the recovery of pastor Nannan (still afflicted with the dread Black Fantasy Virus), and deliver one of his trademark fire and brimstone sermons about "ramming the bleeding edge of progress down the throats of the non-believers."




Danger Island National Wildlife Refuge. Last surviving habitat of the severely endangered pygmy tiger panda, and the near-mythical elephino. (What do you get when you cross an elephant and a rhino? Elephino.) The ravenous scourge known as "homo sapiens" has long since wiped them out on the mainland. Uh-oh, Chongo!





La Vinci's Enigma. No one is quite sure what this structure is -- the one thing known for certain is that it was built out of several-ton granite blocks by famed renaissance man Donatello La Vinci during his later "stark raving mad" period. According to local legend, La Vinci went inside after construction was complete and hasn't been seen since. However, no entrance has ever been found.




This little tower apart from the main structure is the only section with an interior accessible by the public, and served as La Vinci's living quarters while the rest of the Enigma was planned. Now a tacky souvenir shop operated by his descendants. If the Enigma really is his grave, he's probably rolling over in it right now.





It may not be the best expansion ever, but it's damn sure going to be the longest. Then again, maybe it is the best expansion ever. I'm open to that possibility.







Headquarters of the Alex Eylar International Fan Club. If you are questioning why Alex Eylar has a fan club devoted to him, just go back to your Halo, you mouth-breathing troglodyte.






Skippy Stadium parking garage. It's a disgusting concrete monstrosity, in full accordance with international parking garage design regulations.







You know those public arts projects that no one really gets, but your tax money pays for anyway? Behold, the big green balls! Tell me, is this Art? Is it really? They're just big green balls. Millions of dollars in public funds went into them. Not even the highbrow artsy-fartsy types in the Alex Eylar Fan Club think much of them.





Nowhere to expand to now but inland. Can you believe I want to double this in size for BrickCon in October? It took a year to reach these proportions, and I want to build as much again in a little more than three months? I don't know... There's something to be said for aiming high, but I think I'm setting myself up for a spectacular failure.



Hotties. Been kicked out of the Red House? Can't afford the Red House? Cleanliness and a touch of understated class not really your thing? Then Hotties is the place for you. A gentleman's club for the gentleman of less discriminating taste.






Jingo's. Because everyone sucks but us. USA! USA! USA! Try the sodium-encrusted saturated fat stuffed with high fructose corn syrup.







Believe it or not, even I am now questioning the rampant overuse of grill tiles on Shannonian ground. However, it would be unbelievably troublesome to peel them all up and replace them -- never mind procuring the standard tiles to replace them all with. At this point I just say screw it, that's how the city looks.





Last Chance casino, if you're the type who just can't resist throwing good money away while waiting for a flight. Or the type who's been banned from all the city's better gaming houses.







Bubba's Liquor n' Guns. It just seemed like a great store to have right next to the airport. What am I saying, it would be a great store to have anywhere. Matching the proper liquor to your firearm can be as daunting as selecting the proper wine to go with your dinner. The fine folks at Bubba's will help you out.





Lucky Number hotel. In western culture, most tall buildings don't have a 13th floor -- superstitious fools. Here, every floor is labeled the 13th. Sure, it can be difficult to find your room, but that's part of the fun. Any run of bad luck you may experience in the town's casinos is purely coincidental.





The Lush Lounge revolving martini bar. Whoa, is the room going in circles, or am I just really really wasted? Both! (Tip -- if you face the right direction, your spins will be going the opposite direction of the building's, and they'll cancel each other out.)





( INTERMISSION )

Yes, it's a long expansion. Go ahead and take a bathroom break, get a snack, have a smoke, whatever you need to do. We'll be here when you get back.




It's funny what you don't notice until you look at the pictures on a computer screen. The spire on the Shipwreck Museum (red dome, white antenna, from "Shannonia continued yet again") is crooked in every damn shot it managed to sneak into.






Melons. Like Hooters, only dirtier and sleazier. MUCH dirtier and sleazier. With uglier waitresses. And worse food.







Mimi's Spa and Boutique. You can tell it's geared towards women because of the pink thing on top. The decor is all rainbows and unicorns and fluffy white kittens, and Oprah or Sex and the City on TV at all times.






The Basement bar and grill, where guys can wait while their wives or girlfriends are in Mimi's. The decor is all swimsuit calendars and dogs playing poker, and nonstop sports on their plentiful TVs at all times.






This is at the north end, but so what -- it's a special occasion. "Shannie," our resident sea monster, is a familiar sight on posters all over town: "I don't dump trash in your house, so don't dump trash in mine." She's not kidding -- an entire tour boat was eaten last month when some idiot tossed a plastic water bottle overboard.





Image courtesy of Google Earth (tm). Shannonia is now large enough to be visible from space.





Econo-Box auto rental. Stump-jumping in a little three-cylinder hatchback? Why not? It's a rental, and you got all the insurance, right?







South Bay Marine Research Center. Also houses the few biologists allowed to visit Danger Island. Most recent finding on the impact of human activity on our world's oceans: "Um, that depends... who funded that study again?"






Ropa Robada used clothing store. Because the airline will inevitably lose your luggage. Many shoppers here are stunned to find clothes (and occasionally suitcases and other travel supplies) exactly like those they just lost, sometimes with their name already on the tag -- as if it was meant for them.





South Bay Condominiums. Before the airport was built and the neighborhood began to decline, this was THE place to live for Shannonia's elite -- witness the private helipad on top. Now the unofficial official headquarters of the Scarpacci crime family. Number of "jumpers" from this building so far this year: Forty-seven.





My Lego almost never goes outdoors, I really overprotect it. You can't believe how paranoid I was setting this thing outside. I was positive a bird would fly over and crap on it or something.






Jacque's Scuba Supply. No matter how any times you tell a guy that the mermaids despise humans for polluting their home (and that even if they didn't their anatomy isn't really amenable to... you know), he'll still go chasing them down. "Ooh, I love a challenge!" Morons.






Because the area immediately around any airport tends to be pretty rundown and scuzzy -- Airport Road wouldn't be complete without Spanky's adult theater. Now playing: Star Whores Episode IV - A New Grope.






South Bay Amphitheater. Currently hosting the Battle of the First Year Elementary School Orchestras. Let's move on quickly -- kids still learning the violin always sound like they're torturing cats. Spare a thought for the poor parents forced to sit through this.






The Sunset Hotel. Don't let the snazzy paint job on the exterior fool you -- this place is an absolute dump. The ambience in the Apollo Lounge, on the top floor, is best described as one of "quiet desperation."






Valhalla Longhouse, not for the faint of heart. No silverware or plates here -- you get a knife, and a board. No cup for your mead -- you get a drinking horn, so the only way you can set it down is by draining it. Salads? Ha! Napkins? You're a long way from home, aren't you, college boy.





I hope you liked it, because this one was a royal pain to produce. And before we go -- yes, hecklers in the peanut gallery, I'm well aware that the scale of the airport and runway is all out of whack compared to the rest of the town. If you came looking for realism, you came to the wrong place.





Until next time then, if there is a next time. I know I've made several promises to quit before. But it has to end somewhere. Do I really want to try doubling this damn thing in three months? Do I really?

Yes, I think I do.





Shannonia® brand microcity provides more than 500 times the chuckles per square stud than our leading competitor. Why waste your time in other microcities, or worse, cheap clones pirating the fine Shannonia® name? Don't be fooled! If it doesn't say The Skunk Works on the package, then it isn't Shannonia®. Remember kids, always be sure to ask for 100% REAL Shannonia® brand microcity -- Accept no substitutes!




Comments

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  March 16, 2012
I laughed SO HARD on the neighborhood sea monster joke. Nice job adding humor to your microcity. I am definitely going to build one, but I would never be able to pack in as many laughs as you did! 8/5 If that's possible
Shannon Young
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~~ Patrick~ ~
  November 18, 2011
MOTD again :). Great job!
Shannon Young
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Dave Russ
  November 18, 2011
WOW!
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  November 18, 2011
Cool, a double award-winning MOTD. Congratulations.
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  November 18, 2011
O_O wow!!!!! (to awesome. can't type amy more)
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  November 18, 2011
Oh, my! Are your fingers numb... are you cross-eyed! IT'S WONDERFUL! Great commentary too! :)
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  November 18, 2011
Congrats, Dude! This is a classic!
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  November 18, 2011
Congratulations on MOC of the day!
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  November 18, 2011
COOL! This TOTALLY deserves MOTD!! can you check out this group i made??? http://mocpages.com/group.php/17926
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  November 18, 2011
wow you have small hands right ? cuz it is soo cool i cant fit so much liitle parts in one creation lol anyway can you comment on my creations if you have spare tim
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  November 18, 2011
Hands down the coolest micro city I'be seen so far
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  August 16, 2010
this place kinda remineds me of grand theft auto
Shannon Young
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Thomas N
  April 29, 2010
Yep, I saw this coming... congrats ShanY ~T
Shannon Young
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Captain Blackberry
  April 29, 2010
really cool. Is it supposed to look a bit futuristic?
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  April 29, 2010
Real Cool!!!!!
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  April 29, 2010
AMAZING!!!!
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  April 29, 2010
It's beautiful! Great work. ;)
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  April 29, 2010
awesomeness!
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  April 29, 2010
Whoa! Congrats on MOTD
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  April 29, 2010
Wow.. that is Spectacular.
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  April 29, 2010
WOW! The amount of work and detail you put into this makes my head hurt. I have nowhere near the patience for something of this magnitude. Congrats on MOTD also!
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  April 29, 2010
AWESOME!!! How long did it take yo make?
  April 29, 2010
Hey, very nice job with the city. It looks fantastic. I might request caution with the language, this being a public site. Despite that, it's a beautiful micro-city.
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  April 29, 2010
AMAZING!
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  April 29, 2010
absolutely brilliant 5 star 10/10 amazing
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  April 29, 2010
It's awesome, fantastic, wonderful ....
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  April 29, 2010
Cool beans! I'm probably not the first to say it, but it's like SimCity come to life! Wicked. Call me inspired, but at a larger scale.
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  April 29, 2010
5th time its been motd, lol
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  October 16, 2009
did you get all the flats from pick a brick?
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  August 5, 2009
Very nice microcity.I love it!
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  July 12, 2009
This looks great!
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  July 8, 2009
I am trying to quote you but can you send me some instructions on how to make the lemuria??
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  June 17, 2009
Shannon, didn't you scrap this? or was that a joke?
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  June 16, 2009
y'no Shannon, i still hate you for scrapping this :P
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  June 16, 2009
Quoting Tony Dunne Over 16,000 views in one day- that is absolutely ridiculous!
This was uploaded exactly one year ago, so it's actually 365 days of accumulated views. Shannonia is two years old, and unfortunately I have nothing special planned for a celebration... *sigh*
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  June 16, 2009
This is still amazing! I love the variety of different buildings. Great detail all around. Over 16,000 views in one day- that is absolutely ridiculous! GREAT WORK! KEEP BUILDING! -Tony
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  April 21, 2009
I STILL SEE THE LEMURIA!!!
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  April 18, 2009
South Bay Condominiums-haha pfft condominiums nice work on it, beautiful
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  February 14, 2009
Really cool! Reminds me of Sim City. Keep up the great work!
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  February 12, 2009
Hello Shannon, this is really stunning! Please promise to never wreck this. So much work must have gone into this, and it just is full of great details - a city just as one would like to find one... Are you gonna do some high mountain ranges, too? Keep up the great work. Best regards, Steffen
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  January 29, 2009
I LOVE it!!!!! I think this city deserves to be NYC-style with a Island for a black-and-bley business center (Is bley a slang? spell-check is killing me for typing it :)
Shannon Young
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Thomas N
  January 19, 2009
This is astounding! Longtime fan of Shannonia, little suggestion for your next installment, try a cruise ship dock with a cuise ship so Shannonians can go on cruises.
Shannon Young
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patrick leon
  August 22, 2008
Wow! I like Shannie. Bye the way some one one was inspired by you and is making a simalar city. Check it out it is called Billberry.
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  August 10, 2008
Sniffles. It's so good! How can Woodville compete with this? By the way, parts 2 and 3 of Woodville are now up - Callum
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  August 9, 2008
Its so crazy!!! Its nice but I tried looking up Rainbow Six and I got this. WTH?
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  August 4, 2008
amazing!. i love it a very colorfull nice looking creation love the sea. sweet work
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  July 16, 2008
Oh, and might I suggest putting in a residential area of town? Suburbs?
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  July 16, 2008
Geez, pretty soon your going to have an entire country! Nice! 5/5
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  July 13, 2008
What the stink? I thought I reviewed this. Anyway, it rocks. Can you please review my microcity (Newe Industria)?
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  July 7, 2008
i love the whole mini sclae without the lego figures and what u have here is an amazing piece of work 3 thumbs up
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  July 5, 2008
I love it.
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  July 2, 2008
There's way too much here for me to comment on specifically, so just assume I think all of it's awesome. All the way awesome. Heavy Industrial Grade awesome. Due of course in part to the high chuckle-to-stud ratio.
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  June 26, 2008
Great job, Shanno! I love it. My favorite part is La Vinci's place. That looks cool. I do have a question: Did you intend it to look like USA? (see Google Earth (tm) pic). It looks just like it, with danger island as Cuba. Anyways, great job Shannon, I love your work.
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  June 25, 2008
I like it! can ya piz put aa link to my page on your page! I have a link to your page on my page already! :-)!!!!!! I LOVE your creations! YOU are the BEST!
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  June 23, 2008
Wow, somehow this slipped past me, it was probably wiped off the main page by 18 four wide cars. Anywho, the city is looking great and I can't wait to see more.
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  June 22, 2008
Hey, I just wanted to thank you again for inventing these. I'm really enjoying building mine. Thanks! (That's huge!)
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  June 20, 2008
Awesome, so many different buildings with descriptions. Make like an "Army Base", every city needs to protect their "Big Green Balls" ya know?
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  June 18, 2008
oh yeah, I forgot to mention. They have this new invention called a lawn mower... (you said, make you laugh with a quip... Yeah, maybe I'll try again later) ~ Chris.
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  June 18, 2008
The Fan Club members and I have been fighting to get those green balls removed for years, mainly because, at the right angle, they look like the giant green "berries" to the giant white "twig" that is the condo high rise behind it. God, I wish I could swear on this site.
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  June 18, 2008
AMEN Father K! 100% grade A certified Shannonia! Question, Shouldn't the green balls be blue? I mean, being in the same moc as an adult theater and all... Oh, and what's a napkin? Good luck on getting the next expansion done before NWBC. If you enter it in the contest this time it better win! (you were robbed last time) ~ Chris.
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  June 17, 2008
I bet that this is how God would spend his free time. But instead of Legos, its the world.
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  June 17, 2008
Stupendiferous! Best expansion yet. The one thing that I would change is the green tiles on the runway to yellow.
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  June 16, 2008
I surrender. It is a wonderful JOB. Your molding is deep to all things. Brilliant!
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  June 16, 2008
Dude, you're obsessed - not that that's a bad thing :)
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  June 16, 2008
The sea goes under Shannonia! :o
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  June 16, 2008
Pretty Damn amayzingly awesome! I've never tried any micro scale before... Think because I don't have enough flats, but it's worth consideration.
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  June 16, 2008
SO MANY WORDS! Not one for micro scale but that is pretty amazing. (please rank mine)
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  June 16, 2008
Unbelievable! 5 stars is an understatement!
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  June 16, 2008
this is very very very good, I think I can say this is the best microcity, by the way, I think there will be more people making microcities after they saw this. oh, and I love the opera
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  June 16, 2008
Meh. It's not THAT good. Nah, i'm just kidding, obviously! I'm gonna make my own Micro - city some day. And it will have as many witty remarks as this one. But alas, I clearly cannot beat the master, which is Shannon, of course - Callum
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  June 16, 2008
Nice. Yeah maybe 'NewLand' will somehow emerge from the Bermuda one day. And maybe one day I won't delete all the creations I have. Well maybe I will finish some Mocs. I have some ideas. Nice captions as usual. Great as always.
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  June 16, 2008
Finally the two hour tour is done! Now I shall go to the airport and fly back to my own country of Lungardnia. Good job on making Shannonia bigger and much better, I can't believe I sat through it all! Does anyone else know how Shannonia looks a lot like The United States of America.
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  June 16, 2008
Longer review! Wow, with all these people coming out with micro-cities, I guess you were inspired to add on some more. Wait a sec...we were inspired by you! That can't be right...Oh yeah, it's been a year, now that's right. And this city is huge. Absolutely huge. My microcity is 64 studs long, but it still doesn't match up to this baby. YOW! Actually 64 studs might be a little large, considering I don't have enough smooth, dark gray tiles, possibly even after ordering from LEGO.com. Any suggestions? I think I'll just downsize and post it sooner, then add on like you.
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  June 16, 2008
Yes, the microcity itself is fantastic, but it was the parody of the Faustus quote at the top that really made me laugh! Score one for English lit. in Shannonia!
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  June 16, 2008
Oh man, I like it. I'll write a longer review later when I have time. =)
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  June 16, 2008
THIS IS GREAT. i have always love micro scale so shannonia is an inspration to a lot of my work. about the airport prob. you could say its 2 runways connected by maintnence roads
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  June 16, 2008
GREAT JOB~really like a SIM city!
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  June 16, 2008
Unlike many long MOCs, you got me [and everyone else] to waste 30 good minutes! I l ove it, but I hate that you're making me read the whole thing. And about the airports: maybe it's a 1 lane air strip for Boeing 999's? If you brought all those tourists in on 1 flight, you could conserve fuel. Less money spent = more profits. Take a page from the LIU!
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  June 16, 2008
I'm praying Youngy,remember,we are all fo'ls for the city...
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  June 16, 2008
You got me to sit and read the WHOLE DANG PAGE...Nice addition and Happy 1st...You have a long way to go...
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  June 16, 2008
This just took Shannonia to the next level with the block water. I'm at a loss of words to comment on the rest.
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  June 16, 2008
1.) You can NEVER have too many grill tiles. 2.) Will somebody please take the microphone away from Kescenovitz! 3.) I'm looking forward to a business trip to Shannonia to paint the rare Elephino, with tax deductable side trips to Spankies, Melons, and Hotties.
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  June 16, 2008
That is SO AWESOME! Good luck expanding it, I can't wait to see it even bigger!! :D
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  June 16, 2008
As usual Shannonia is a great combination of clever commentary and inventive microscale techniques. The appearance of the coastline seems like it's been improved from the earlier expansions, and Danger Island was a nice add-on. Good job!
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  June 16, 2008
It's always a true pleasure to look at the latest large MOC of a master-builder.You put the level of quality for micro-scale cities very,very high ! My favorite idea here is the sea monster. Now I want to see the Elephino ! :)
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  June 16, 2008
Oh year, happy anniversary Shannonia! What's one year: paper or silver? I can't remember. Yay Shannie!
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  June 16, 2008
That was the best 30 minutes I've killed in a while. Where were you birds?! I'd've loved to have seen you come up with a witty comment for a giant steaming birdcaca in the middle of downtown! Onya Skankworks!
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  June 16, 2008
Whoops, forgot to add that I think that there's a LEGO Convention in Wheeling, just outside Chicago at the Westin Hotel.Think its in June, 19-22. Good day
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  June 16, 2008
W00t! One of the few occassions I say that. Congratulations on your one year Shannonia Anniversary. Hope to see more. Good day
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  June 16, 2008
Have faith, my brothers! The Forging of a new Dawn is at hand! We shall sweep away the somber hues of yesterday in a tempest of flesh and steel. A new church shall be built, not of cold grey stone, but of vibrant living metal! A church built by the hands of the chosen and upon the yellowed bones of those that REFUSE to see the way! THE TONGUES OF THE HERETICS WILL SPEAK THE TRUTH! Or they will speak no more. THE EYES OF THE UNCLEAN WILL SEE THE LIGHT! Or they will gaze upon oblivion. There is but one vision. There is but one way. OUR way. The ONLY way…
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  June 16, 2008
I can't believe I sat here and read the whole thing. A lovely expansion to the one and only. Lee.
 
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