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Friday, April 27, 2007

Cheap Attempt to Get Comments














I know I haven't been posting much lately. It's not that I'm not thinking. It's not that I'm not reading. It's not that I'm not studying my Bible. It's not even that I'm not writing...I'm just not writing HERE. But you may have noticed that in my previous offerings, I have not had a single comment in ages. That leads me to believe that either no one is READING my blog any more or it's just that no one is writing comments. If I'm really writing only for myself, that's OK. I like to write! ;) But I am curious about which is true.

Sooo..I am posting a story guaranteed to get at least ONE comment. Here are pictures of scenes from LOST as portrayed in LEGOS!! Ehhh? I'm on to something, aren't I?! A crowd pleaser for sure...

13 comments:

wcamillieri said...

Sorry, I am one of the few people that does not watch lost.

Beth'sMomToo said...

But I got a COMMENT!! I guess we know DOUG hasn't been reading!

Doug said...

I am impressed! I'm always floored by people who can recreate things in Lego. I love building, but mimicking real-world objects is a skill that I have never been able to sufficiently develop.

Check out our Lego photos from the SEE Science Center, in Manchester, NH, on our PicasaWeb pages for more Lego goodness.

Doug said...

By the way, my son David (age 8) was explaining to friend Mikayla (age 7) on the way to school this morning, "... that church believes that the Bible was perfectly translated into English," and then went on to explain why that wasn't the case.

One eight-year-old versus a zillion KJV-only adults ...

Beth'sMomToo said...

I caught [parts]of a great show on PBS TWICE about Wycliffe, Tyndale and all. I should have taped it. I thought it was well done, though I can't vouchsafe for the whole thing...just what I saw. They included David Daniell, the author of the 1994 Bio of Tyndale. It was cool to see what he looks like! [The book is on my to-read pile!]

Beth'sMomToo said...

Doug - those pictures from SEE are cool! I had heard about that exhibit. That's a lot of reddish-brown bricks! Does Lego have cool names for their colors...like "seamist green" or "taco yellow"?

Doug said...

The most exotic name Lego has for its colors is sand. Red comes in red and medium red.

The creativity isn't in the naming.

Beth said...

Whoa... I don't check in for a week and you have three posts.

I'm currently pondering what to name a new car if I do get a new car. My Jeep's name is Tom... but a Kia Sportage could go either way... too refined for Sawyer... too calm and smooth for Locke... Kia Kate?? Jack-- a little sophisticated... a little tough.

Beth said...

By the way. why is no one commenting anymore??? Kind of takes the fun out of blogging.

Beth'sMomToo said...

Well, this is fun! At least people are commenting on Lost & Legos! ;) It's nice to see the give and take of comments. Beth is right - it does make blogs more fun.

It's OK to Comment on some of the more serious topics, too. Maybe someone can think of an illustration...or a related verse...or a suggestion [like Wendy did on the Choregos post].

Suggesting I become less boring, while being a valid consideration, probably won't work. I AM boring! This is the stuff I LOVE, so I have to write about it. ;)

I'm counting on getting Tim back after graduation...when he'll have "nothing" to do. ;)

Concerning a name for Beth's new car: What about "Hurley"? - always in a good mood and considerate of others...those aren't bad qualities for a car!

bdaneau said...

Cool

bdaneau said...

Cool

Beth'sMomToo said...

The "choregos" post can be found here- http://bethsmomtoo.blogspot.com/2007/04/epichoregeo-your-faith.html