Why is that every person on the internet doesn’t care about how anything is spelled, except LEGO. They sprinkle apostrophes around like a demented grammar version of Johnny Appleseed, they put the adverbs in the wrong place, every time, and they couldn’t tell the difference between to, too, and two if you held a gun to their head. But by gad, they know the grammar rules for mentioning LEGO. Except they don’t.
Ah, video games. I used to play a lot of video games. I still do — but I used to, too. I had to stop for a while because I blamed all my irregular tendencies on video games. Little did they know that beating up hobos was just something that I did on my own time, and it didn’t have anything to do with my obsession with Viva Pinata and the Sims.
Lego is just Minecraft for when the power goes out, but you can do some pretty interesting things with it these days. Of course a Lego set costs more than a real industrial robot, but that’s neither here nor there. Build something!
Tomorrow he’s going to build a contrivance that builds a machine that sorts LEGO blocks. On Sunday, he’s going to build an apparatus that builds a gizmo to build a machine to sort LEGO blocks. On Monday …