[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Subject Index][Author Index]
Re: Lego Dinos
I went to the toy store yesterday to check out the lego dinos, and was
more impressed by them in person than in the photos. It's kind-of- a
Lost World circa 1940's genre. Dinosaur Ilsand with good explorers who
protect the dinos, and bad exlporers who capture them,..sounds awfully
What I found funny was that the T.rex had "feathers" on his arms! Is
this the first feathered dinosaur toy? Probably not, I'm sure there is
some Robo-raptor-extreme-with-rocket-launchers-and- kung-fu-grip with
plumage out there somewhere.
scar Quill wrote:
> --- Steve Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Chris asks:
> > >I recently heard a rumor that lego is coming
> > >out with Lego Dinosaurs! Has anyone seen them?
> > Aha! At last a question in my field of study!
> > Four species have been identified so far from the
> > new Lego beds, which
> > appear to be Cretaceous.
> > Further research is being carried on with great
> > enthusiasm.
> Abstracts are online:
> I was hoping there'd be some Technics kits along the
> lines of actually making some 'working' Dinosaurs, but
> I guess my dream of building my own Dino Input Device
> shall have to wait until I can afford a mess of them myself.
> .oO=-Oscar Quill is a nom de something for Scott Elyard-=Oo.
> | "The picture of a faithful alligator boundin' into |
> | daddy's lap ain't one the public is ready for." |
> | --Walt Kelly (Beauregard) |
> | Comic: www.oscarquillandcoyle.org |
> | Sci: http://www.oscarquillandcoyle.org/paleo/vertemorph/ |
> Do You Yahoo!?
> Get Yahoo! Mail - Free email you can access from anywhere!