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More on these MOCs later.
The one on the rightmost screen is the classic space LEGO 6823 ( Surface Transport ). I have two of this. One was given to me when I was a child and now I'm playing with it with my own kiddo. The other one I recently acquired, unopened for 27 years before I grant it its freedom.
I'm not a 'store them to increase their value' type of human.
I'm more like if you buy it, you must a. play with it. b. use it and take photos and/or c. draw inspiration from it.
Buffered Visual FoxPro links:
You can view the previous episodes in TheFoxShows PodCast site.
And here's another link to Visual FoxPro-related resources for Servoy.
VFP Imaging: FOXYPreviewer 1.43a
I don't know. Somehow I still can't shake that weird feeling.
I wanted to post a 'Lakers will win Game 1 in the NBA Finals' last Friday ( local time ) before the game started but I don't want to sound like some sports writer so sure they can predict the future.
I placed a bet on the Lakers team against a developer in our team, but found myself cheering for Celtics during the actual game.
I still am a Celtics fan.
But I have this weird feeling the Lakers will take this series.
Focused. Very Jordan-esque.
As Mike Wise writes last week, Kobe versus Michael Jordan comparison is not a heresy anymore.
And I'm a huge huge Michael Jordan fan.
Plus there's Phil Jackson and his 47-0.
That's the ZenMaster's record in the playoffs when his team wins Game 1.
Whoever takes Game 2 will have a big advantage on its side.
You don't need a statistician and a prophet to verify that statement.
The above shot is this photo in a different angle.
Filed Under (LEGO, LEGOmatics) by WildFire on 03-06-2010