Great things to do with Lego

For the next three weeks, the team from BRAN are doing the editing on the local version of Gizmodo. There’s loads of great stuff coming through the Gizmodo feed, but I was especially impressed today with this interview with a guy who makes custom replica weapons for Lego figurines. Insane fandom at its finest.

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  • Michael says:

    We purchased a 42 Panasonic Viera TV and were asdevid to purchase a panasonic wall bracket at an additional cost of $600.00 which we did. Within 12 months from installation (but 13 months from actual purchase becasue we had to wait for delivery of the wall bracket and installation) the Tv started having problems with the screen.The TV was replaced by the extended warranty which we also purchased at the time but it seems we are stuck with the expensive bracket which doec not fit the replacement TV even though it is the same size and the same brand.From our experience it seems absolutely stupid for anyone to purchase a panasonic wall bracket and should take extra care when even considering purchasing a Panasonic TV. It is best to purchase cheaper brand wall bracket from someone else because you have to change the $600.00 bracket when the panasonic TV stops working with a new wall bracket and pay another $600,00 (total $1,200.00 for brackets alone not to mention the first extended warranty and the new extended warranty). In our case in less than 12 months.


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