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BLOGATHON 2009

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I always loved any kind of building toy sets. Lego was undeniably my favourite. I can't say that's very unique of me, certainly, but it is an extremely amazing and simple toy. I remember getting the Lego Pirate Ship for Christmas the one year. It was so complicated to put together, but so rewarding. Also, pirates, seriously. I always built artistically - I didn't always build as an architect or an engineer or an artist, I built in every way I could think of. Abstract piles of lego that just looked cool sometimes. It was a completely creative and renewable toy. Footnote for the Etch-A-Sketch here - toys for artists everywhere...<input ... ></input><input ... >