I blame the schools
@MetalHeadTony, and the parents
@Grizzy, and not just the parents but the woman and children too.
The jedi's definitely felt that one, no need to call them
Don't they usually glue these things?
@WelI Obviously, yes, but I think he touched it and pushed it over
@WelI Obviously, it was a SUPER cool one too. The only reason the kid didn't get in trouble is because the creator of the statue didn't want to push charges. I honestly think he should have gotten in a lot more trouble than he did. I think people need to be so much better about disciplining their kids. I would have feared my mother above all else if I did anything CLOSE to that as a kid.
@WelI Obviously, professionals do. People who are commissioned do. Tight asses who want to disassemble it when they get home because they used some of their dads Lego don't. I think we know what happened here.
The fact that a LEGO “sculpture” is worth 15 grand is bullsh*t. Somebody high five that kid and give him a trophy
@Gallchobhair, Have you even seen the prices of Legos lately!?
@bowlnmike, that isn’t my only problem with that company
From what I remember it was Nick Wylde from zootopia