Sir Terrance wrote:I missed the other one, but does anyone know where I can find the transcript from it?
Sir Terrance wrote:How much would it cost to open a Pick-a-Brick store?
If The Hobbit came out as a movie, would LEGO make a line following it, since the book was intended for kids?
Glencaer wrote:Sir Terrance wrote:How much would it cost to open a Pick-a-Brick store?
Are you planning on opening a store? Can you give more details on what exactly you're trying to figure out?
[JPinoy] did Lego's policy against making military sets change? (considering that the Red Baron and Sopwith Camel are World War 1 military planes)
[sink] not changed, really... we just don't do any modern military or true "war" sets complete with realistic blood
[JPinoy] so WW2 would be "ok"?
[sink] WW2 is still "modern" in the sense that there were people alive who fought it. That's the way I've personally thought about what "modern" means
doctorsparkles wrote:If LEGO doesn't do any 'modern military or true "war" sets,' why do the alternate models for 4403 Air Blazers include what seem to be (if I know my planes correctly) an F-117 Nighthawk and an F-18 Hornet, both being warplanes that are still in use today?
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