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Ask Kelso 13.02
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Just had to get my two cents in there...

Have at him ladies!
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| April 16, 2010, 9:39 pm
Quoting Warrior .

Hey, mon, saw your sketch of Aeris. Very cool!
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| April 16, 2010, 9:59 pm
Quoting Warrior .
Gee thanks! You should do a series. It would be called The Skillet of Doom. It turns everything into bacon.

I'd need to find a good piece to represent bacon.
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| April 16, 2010, 10:08 pm
Quoting Warrior .
Gee thanks! You should do a series. It would be called The Skillet of Doom. It turns everything into bacon.

I better not be the person who turns into bacon every 12 seconds...
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| April 16, 2010, 10:13 pm
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Quoting Warrior .
The only laides I know of that are on here are Sarah Foxx, Leda Kat, Heather LEGOgirl, and Stacy. So Mr. Kelso, would you like to be in a MOC of mine? It's my last series. It's called Light of Darkness. And Chris is a Jedi. Shifu is a ninja with his skillet of doom, Hans is just normal, Lee is.... well... a doctor, and Bones, is just Bones.


Heck, yeah! Throw me in the mix. I'll look forward to seeing what ya come with.

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| April 17, 2010, 8:12 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

Heck, yeah! Throw me in the mix. I'll look forward to seeing what ya come with.

Hey, add me a as friend on Facebook so I can abuse you there, too. (Note: original post read "so I can abuse you in two places" but according to Chris it's too late for that.)
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| April 17, 2010, 9:50 am
13.02. Hahaha. Decimals...
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| April 17, 2010, 1:21 pm
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Quoting Dennis Price
Hey, add me a as friend on Facebook so I can abuse you there, too. (Note: original post read "so I can abuse you in two places" but according to Chris it's too late for that.)


Is it abuse if you enjoy it?

Anyway...Facebook...right. Next time I'm over there I'll hook ya up, but do make a note here that I'm considering doing away with my Facebook account. I'm rarely over there, and while it's awesome to keep up with friends, I've GOT to spend less time on the computer. And don't think I'll be deleting any Lego accounts any time soon, so if something's got to go, it'll be Facebook!

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| April 18, 2010, 8:10 am
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Quoting Master Shifu Leo J
I'd need to find a good piece to represent bacon.


So if you're not opposed to custom labels, I'd make a bacon label that fits a 1 x 2 brown tile. Or for that matter, you could look around at your label collections to see if you've got a small white stripe that could go down the center of a brown tile. That might even do it.

For the purist thing, I'd say just turn 'em into a hot dog...I mean, c'mon...so many disturbing uses for a shape like that!

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| April 18, 2010, 8:19 am
Quoting Mark Kelso
...so many disturbing uses for a shape like that!
Again, the Lee Jones incident flashes before mine eyes.

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| April 18, 2010, 11:10 am
Anyone else whatching the Country Music Awards? Right now, Toby Keith is singin' his song 'Crying for Me'.
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| April 18, 2010, 9:43 pm
Quoting Commander Fox .
Anyone else whatching the Country Music Awards? Right now, Toby Keith is singin' his song 'Crying for Me'.

I am. Beautiful song
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| April 18, 2010, 9:44 pm
Quoting Warrior .
The only laides I know of that are on here are Sarah Foxx, Leda Kat, Heather LEGOgirl, and Stacy. So Mr. Kelso, would you like to be in a MOC of mine? It's my last series. It's called Light of Darkness. And Chris is a Jedi. Shifu is a ninja with his skillet of doom, Hans is just normal, Lee is.... well... a doctor, and Bones, is just Bones.

Can I be in it as myself, Commander Fox? At the CMAs, The Zack Brown Band is in the Middle East comin' to us live while singin' 'Country Fried' now.
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| April 18, 2010, 9:47 pm
Quoting cade cordell
I am. Beautiful song

Wooohooooo! Another CFOL (Country Fan of Lego)
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| April 18, 2010, 9:48 pm
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It's official, the apocalypse has begun 2 years early...
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| April 18, 2010, 10:16 pm
Quoting Chris Phipson
It's official, the apocalypse has begun 2 years early...

?
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| April 18, 2010, 10:17 pm
Quoting Warrior .
Uh oh. QUICK! HIDE IN THE BOMB SHELTER! I get dibs on the Twinkies!

You can have the twinkies! Because I've got... uh... something tasty!
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| April 18, 2010, 10:33 pm
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I thought about saying this...

"Anyone else even MENTIONS that detestable, putrid, worthless, mind-numbingly troglodytic, festering scourge of all humanity known as country music on my thread again, and I'll personally come to their house and force them to watch hours of Chris Phipson and Lee Jones' home movies!"

But then I thought, no...I mean, while country music does fit the description above, it isn't THAT bad!


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| April 19, 2010, 8:07 am
Quoting Mark Kelso
I thought about saying this...

"Anyone else even MENTIONS that detestable, putrid, worthless, mind-numbingly troglodytic, festering scourge of all humanity known as country music on my thread again, and I'll personally come to their house and force them to watch hours of Chris Phipson and Lee Jones' home movies!"

But then I thought, no...I mean, while country music does fit the description above, it isn't THAT bad!



Do you prefer classical music in that case then?

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| April 19, 2010, 2:48 pm
Quoting Mark Kelso
I thought about saying this...

"Anyone else even MENTIONS that detestable, putrid, worthless, mind-numbingly troglodytic, festering scourge of all humanity known as country music on my thread again, and I'll personally come to their house and force them to watch hours of Chris Phipson and Lee Jones' home movies!"

But then I thought, no...I mean, while country music does fit the description above, it isn't THAT bad!


Agreed. Worst. Music. Ever.
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| April 19, 2010, 7:40 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

It's just that so much of the genre is what I like to call "emo in cowboy gear", and typically goes something like:

Well my dawg died,
And my banjo broke,
And my truck fell into a ditch.
And my wife skipped town wid my best friend Jack,
'cause she aint nuthin' but a cheatin' b -- ch

(Yes, I did just make that up on the spot.)


I just nearly fell out of my chair with laughter, because that's exactly how I think of country. It's not very big in the UK, so maybe we have a cliched view of it (Stetsons and line-dancing) but it all seems SO miserable.
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| April 20, 2010, 7:36 am
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Yeah, I'm not a big fan of it (though there are a small number of country songs I'll admit I like - mostly stuff by Toby Kieth).

It's just that so much of the genre is what I like to call "emo in cowboy gear", and typically goes something like:

Well my dawg died,
And my banjo broke,
And my truck fell into a ditch.
And my wife skipped town wid my best friend Jack,
'cause she aint nuthin' but a cheatin' b -- ch

(Yes, I did just make that up on the spot.)


HAHAHAHA! Not bad...there's a recording studio in Nashville just dying for more of that - I'll send 'em your contact info!

Actually I give country music too much smack talk. I think within any genre of music there's quality stuff, country included. But that twangy guitar and the "I'm a truck-drivin, beer-swillin, womanizing, America-is-better-than-anyone-else attitude" that often accompanies the twang gets on my nerves.

But hey, I don't have a lot of room to talk, given some of the ridiculous nonsense that I've been prone to listen to. Which brings me to an answer for 000 000's quetion above...

Yeah, I'm a big fan of classical european works, with Beethoven being the pinnacle for me. Other favorite musicians through the years have been: Dean Can Dance, Queensryche, Vangelis (his classically oriented work), Ennio Morricone, Linkin Park, Sanctuary, and Nusrat Feteh Ali Kahn. But like so many others here, I run the gamut. If it's intellegent and creatively unique, then I'm probably going to like it...or at least respect it. *sigh*...yeah...country included.

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| April 20, 2010, 10:09 am

ARGH ! And Grateful Dead, then ?(one of the finest band ever)... They've played a lot of "country" (amongst other things though)... Also there's an outstanding LP by the Byrds "Sweetheart of the rodeo", which is not exactly bad music :-)

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| April 20, 2010, 11:49 am
Queensryche...yeah. I also love classical, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky being my favorites. Country I will do without thank you, you can keep the rap and hip hop as well. However, as a former music store manager, I know that music, like art (which it is a form of) is subjective. So listen to what you like! Now pass me that Dream Theater CD.
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| April 20, 2010, 12:28 pm
Quoting Mister Bones
Now pass me that Dream Theater CD.

My dad went to one of their concerts a while back.
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| April 20, 2010, 12:38 pm
Quoting Matthew Novosad
My dad went to one of their concerts a while back.

Ah, your Dad is a fan then, very nice. He is probably about my age. DT is one of the most musically intricate bands I have ever heard.
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| April 20, 2010, 12:53 pm
Quoting Mister Bones
Ah, your Dad is a fan then, very nice. He is probably about my age. DT is one of the most musically intricate bands I have ever heard.

He told me about that when he found out they have a song on Guitar Hero: World Tour. It was the credits too, he had to play, so even though I finished the game and unlocked all the songs for him, he gets to play the credits.
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| April 20, 2010, 1:04 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

I went on to point out an example, saying that one of the main reasons country music *isn't* big in Europe is their lack of a "cowboy culture" like that found in the States.

(Also, parentheses are awesome [and so are brackets])


Excellent point. I've always found greater interest in Knights, castles, ancient myths and legends myself than in the Wild west. Two exceptions - Deadwood (I'm an English AFOL, I can take the swearing and brutality) and the Graphic novels Preacher (a real celebration of Americana, written by a Scotsman!). Neither of the above suitable for minors, neither is very PC.

Oh, I'm doing that bracket thing again.....
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| April 21, 2010, 8:06 am
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Quoting Mister Bones
Now pass me that Dream Theater CD.


My God, man..."Images and Words"...A-MAZ-ING!!!!!
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| April 21, 2010, 8:10 am
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako
Then you’d probably like some of the artists I listen to - Nightwish, Rhapsody (of Fire), Van Canto, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Juno Reactor, Rob Dougan, Da Vinci's Notebook, John Reuben, Rammstein, Tribal Ink, Tom Lehrer, etc.)


I'll have to look into some of those guys. I'm a HUGE fan of Rammstein and Trans-Siberian (have just about every album of both artists, including some rare ones), so I'll probably enjoy the others as well...thanks for some new tunes to check out!

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| April 21, 2010, 8:15 am
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Quoting Stuart Delahay

Excellent point. I've always found greater interest in Knights, castles, ancient myths and legends myself than in the Wild west.


Myself, as well. That kind of subject so often hits close to the archetypal stories. And I think when something approaches the core of our internal mythological needs, it's going to have a broader appeal. (Tolkien was no dummy!)


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| April 21, 2010, 8:26 am
I have alegitimate Question that needs Awnsering, How would I go about making Personla Stickers? And if I did, would be some good designs? Another question, Is the invisible Hand the most popular MOC on MOC pages? Another thing, does anyone here know how Master Shifu Here got so good with a skillet?
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| April 21, 2010, 9:51 am
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Quoting Mech Man
I have alegitimate Question that needs Awnsering, How would I go about making Personla Stickers? And if I did, would be some good designs?


There's more than one way to make custom stickers. If you want the REAL good info, I'd recommend checking with Dave and Stacy Sterling. They use transparent label material for slide ons (that you can find at hobby stores), and I don't know if it requires a special ink or not. My suspicion is that it doesn't, but I could easily be wrong. But check with them if you're looking to do transparent labels. They're super-nice, and would probably be able to help more than I.

Me personally...I use just the standard inkjet labels that you can find (in various sizes) at an office supply store. Background color is manipulated in Photoshop along with the design so the final label's background matches the color it sits on (a lot of bleys in my case). How you create the label in photoshop, if you're not familiar with the application, is a lengthy tutorial, and not something I can do on line unfortunately. In general, though, I work larger to start with, until all of the details are complete (maintaining proper proportions for wherever the label will eventually go), and then reduce the size of the design down to it's actual size before printing it out.

And a good design?...any design that suits your specific needs and looks as good as a Lego sticker. That's why they call it "custom" ya know.


Quoting Mech Man
Another question, Is the invisible Hand the most popular MOC on MOC pages?


Yeah, it seems to be that way. I don't think it's the BEST on MOCpages, but it's apparently the most popular. No accounting for taste, right? ;-)

Quoting Mech Man
does anyone here know how Master Shifu Here got so good with a skillet?


Some questions are just better left unanswered!

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| April 21, 2010, 1:18 pm
Quoting Mark Kelso

And a good design?...any design that suits your specific needs and looks as good as a Lego sticker. That's why they call it "custom" ya know.


Well the thing is I tried to get in touch with him recently But he doesn't seem to hear me or doesn't want to. And thanks, the tips will definitely help ;)

Quoting Mark Kelso
Yeah, it seems to be that way. I don't think it's the BEST on MOCpages, but it's apparently the most popular. No accounting for taste, right? ;-)



Quoting Mark Kelso

Some questions are just better left unanswered!


I thought so. One other thing, why is it that so many people have taken to making fun Of Chris?
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| April 21, 2010, 1:27 pm
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Quoting Mech Man

I thought so. One other thing, why is it that so many people have taken to making fun Of Chris?


We just want him to know he's loved, you see. That's how you can measure the popularity of a MOCpages legend...by the amount of smack talk he/she receives. And Phippy's in a class all by himself!

(All joking aside, we make fun of Chris because he enjoys the banter as much as we do. He's great sport about it, and does his share of smack-back, too).
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| April 21, 2010, 6:29 pm
Quoting Mark Kelso

We just want him to know he's loved, you see. That's how you can measure the popularity of a MOCpages legend...by the amount of smack talk he/she receives. And Phippy's in a class all by himself!

(All joking aside, we make fun of Chris because he enjoys the banter as much as we do. He's great sport about it, and does his share of smack-back, too).

Definitely true... Phipson does handle it well, by yiminy.
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| April 21, 2010, 6:37 pm
Quoting Warrior .
The only laides I know of that are on here are Sarah Foxx, Leda Kat, Heather LEGOgirl, and Stacy. So Mr. Kelso, would you like to be in a MOC of mine? It's my last series. It's called Light of Darkness. And Chris is a Jedi. Shifu is a ninja with his skillet of doom, Hans is just normal, Lee is.... well... a doctor, and Bones, is just Bones.

Can I be in it?
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| April 21, 2010, 6:39 pm
Quoting Warrior .
The only laides I know of that are on here are Sarah Foxx, Leda Kat, Heather LEGOgirl, and Stacy. So Mr. Kelso, would you like to be in a MOC of mine? It's my last series. It's called Light of Darkness. And Chris is a Jedi. Shifu is a ninja with his skillet of doom, Hans is just normal, Lee is.... well... a doctor, and Bones, is just Bones.


Can I as well?

Quoting Mark Kelso

We just want him to know he's loved, you see. That's how you can measure the popularity of a MOCpages legend...by the amount of smack talk he/she receives. And Phippy's in a class all by himself!

(All joking aside, we make fun of Chris because he enjoys the banter as much as we do. He's great sport about it, and does his share of smack-back, too).


Yes the thing is, most of the time I am afraid to smack talk people because I m afraid I might offend them, and as I am trying to build a little bit of a reputation here, I dont want to bring down the work Im doing by Getting in trouble...

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| April 22, 2010, 2:26 am
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Quoting Mech Man

Yes the thing is, most of the time I am afraid to smack talk people because I m afraid I might offend them, and as I am trying to build a little bit of a reputation here, I dont want to bring down the work Im doing by Getting in trouble...


And actually, jumping in with both feet and going after the "big guys" your first week (I know you've been here longer, work with me) is not exactly the best way to score brownie points. So for your use of discretion being the better part of valor here, I salute you. Far too many kids come in and don't grasp the heirarchy that's firmly established and "try" to be funny first time out. This is generally an ill-advised path to fame.

The best way to do it is to sit back, make some comments, get your name known, oh, and this is the important one, be funny WITHOUT tossing smack. Once you've established that you can do that, then you'll be accepted in to the fold and will be given your "smack card" by one of the "old guard."

You'll know when you get it 'cause generally, the person giving it to you will throw smack your way with an invitation to toss it back (kinda like the game hot potato, but without all that pesky burning flesh on your hands thing going on.)

I could give you a list of names that have failed at following these guidlines, but you wouldn't know most of them because they're not around that much anymore.

Stick to your plan kid, you're doing well. Shouldn't be too much longer.

~Chris.
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| April 22, 2010, 2:38 am
Quoting Chris Phipson

And actually, jumping in with both feet and going after the "big guys" your first week (I know you've been here longer, work with me) is not exactly the best way to score brownie points. So for your use of discretion being the better part of valor here, I salute you. Far too many kids come in and don't grasp the heirarchy that's firmly established and "try" to be funny first time out. This is generally an ill-advised path to fame.

The best way to do it is to sit back, make some comments, get your name known, oh, and this is the important one, be funny WITHOUT tossing smack. Once you've established that you can do that, then you'll be accepted in to the fold and will be given your "smack card" by one of the "old guard."

You'll know when you get it 'cause generally, the person giving it to you will throw smack your way with an invitation to toss it back (kinda like the game hot potato, but without all that pesky burning flesh on your hands thing going on.)

Stick to your plan kid, you're doing well. Shouldn't be too much longer.

~Chris.


Thanks Man, the way I figured most of this out is by sitting back and watching many of the people here for about the first week, I saw a lot of the trouble some people got into and some of the people that really looked like they were having fun. I want to be the latter. Thanks for the Advice, it really helped me figure out the kinks, without the Burning flesh on my hands ;)

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| April 22, 2010, 2:44 am
Quoting Mech Man

Thanks Man, the way I figured most of this out is by sitting back and watching many of the people here for about the first week, I saw a lot of the trouble some people got into and some of the people that really looked like they were having fun. I want to be the latter. Thanks for the Advice, it really helped me figure out the kinks, without the Burning flesh on my hands ;)


I like to think of it like starting a new job or school. Would you walk in without knowing anybody, call someone's mother something nasty and kick your boss/ teacher in his delicates? No, not unless you want your time there to be pretty short and/or painful.

It's good that you want to make a positive impact, because some people just want to make any impact - and I don't think there are any real benefits to that.
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| April 22, 2010, 4:23 am
Now that were past all that, I would like to ask MR. Kelso Here some questions. When did you first start playing with Legos? DId you ever have a Dark Age? If so, how long? How long did it take you to reach the top?
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| April 22, 2010, 4:36 am
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Quoting Mech Man
Now that were past all that, I would like to ask MR. Kelso Here some questions. When did you first start playing with Legos? DId you ever have a Dark Age? If so, how long? How long did it take you to reach the top?


I'm not really sure how old I was when I got my first set...I'm guessing maybe 7 or 8? But, whatever the case, I put the Lego up when I was about fifteen, I think. My last set was 6080 (King's Castle), and I unfortunately missed out on most of the castle stuff, classic space, and even the early Star Wars sets...bad timing!

All through my dark age, though, I kept a couple sets and a couple of MOCs together on the shelf in plain sight - just as a part of my memorabelia. When Christmas would roll around, though, I'd get particularly sentimental (as I'd always gotten Lego from my grandmother at Christmas time), and by 2000 was hitting the stores for a single set each Christmas. That went on for a few years until I found MOCpages in December of 2006. By January of '07 I was hooked, had discovered the work of Jassim, Goldman, and others, and had found...*cue dramatic music*...BRICKLINK!!!! After that it was aaaaallll over!

As far as getting to the top (which I admit I seem to be here on MOCpages...but ONLY here), it was simply a result of my consistent online presence, and the work I did on the Invisible Hand. I've managed to STAY on top by being regularly involved, and trying with every creation, to do the very best work that I can. All of the bigger names here on MOCpages do pretty much the same thing...participate consistently, and regularly produce high quality work.

So there ya go, a bit of my background...let's hear about you. When did you start, and what brought you to us here on MOCpages?

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| April 22, 2010, 8:46 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

by 2000 was hitting the stores for a single set each Christmas. That went on for a few years until I found MOCpages in December of 2006. By January of '07 I was hooked, had discovered the work of Jassim, Goldman, and others, and had found...*cue dramatic music*...BRICKLINK!!!! After that it was aaaaallll over!


Ahhh Crack link, I only recently discovered this Modern marvel of science. But due to Monetary Problems... You get the picture

Quoting Mark Kelso
So there ya go, a bit of my background...let's hear about you. When did you start, and what brought you to us here on MOCpages?


My story, well here we go. I got my first set when I was about 5 years old, Guess what that was? A box of 1000 Lego's. After that, all I wanted for Christmas was Lego's, I Built more than the usual kids would build and went more into the building then just putting to pieces together and Saying "Mommmy look, its a spaceship" I would go detailed and put as much into it as I could, I gathered my Bricks around me till when I was about ten, I had about 5000 bricks, and I was proud of my Legos. But then the news, my family had decided to move to Turkey. I went through a3 year Dark Period, but came back after struggling with language ,friends and school. I was more interested in the Virtual aspect of Lego more than the physical. I was into MLN and All the hype about Lego Universe. But after about a year this lost its appeal to me, and I turned to the physical. I played around entered a few contests (None of this was on here) and made some new friends. I discovered these pages roughly 2-3 months ago. I made an account for my friend, Rakaou. Me and him and a couple of friends entered the MOC Athalon,and became the Juviniles. After that, I kind of branched off on my own. Im trying to make something Of myself here, and I am hoping that coming out of the corner and Making friends will help with that. That my friend is my Lego History

Now, to tell you something that really disappoints me. I can go far beyond the Limit that is holding me back. But it almost impossible for me to get bricks. It takes me almost 5 weeks to get one, one set here. And Im telling you how lucky you are to be able to walk to the Wal mart and Buy a new set. Its not easy for me. Im lucky to get five small sets a year. The only Comfort I have is my Large collection but according to some is a fraction of the smallest amount compared to most peoples amounts. Consider your self lucky. I recently just bought 2 sets, and haven't seen hide or hair of either for two months! Consider yourself lucky, that you can buy Lego's.


I am sad to announce that in two months I will leave for Summer Language course in Germany. And I will probably be gone for a long time. Thats why Im trying to build a Story here, that can be remembered by all my friends.

Thanks all
~Elijah

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| April 22, 2010, 9:31 am
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I can definitely appreciate how hard it is to get access to sets. Although I hardly EVER buy sets myself anymore (prefering PAB and Bricklink), friends from various remote locations around the world tell me about their difficulties and added expenses.

Still, you seem to do pretty well with what you have. If you stick with it, you'll eventually have a great collection. Of course there are two major problems with that...1) you want a great collection NOW!!!!...and 2) No matter how great our collection is, we always need MORE!!!! ;-)

Anyway, thanks for the back-story. Catch ya here on the boards.

Oh...and now that we seem to know you a bit better - Your mom's so ugly when she tried to take a bath the water jumped out!



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| April 22, 2010, 5:52 pm
Quoting Mech Man
.... Another thing, does anyone here know how Master Shifu Here got so good with a skillet?

All I can say is that the secret to a good skillet is crispy bacon ... or is it the secret to crispy bacon is a good skillet? I'm confused ... XP

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| April 22, 2010, 7:15 pm
Quoting Mark Kelso

Of course there are two major problems with that...1) you want a great collection NOW!!!!...and 2) No matter how great our collection is, we always need MORE!!!! ;-)


Well said my friend ;)

Quoting Mark Kelso
Anyway, thanks for the back-story. Catch ya here on the boards.


No Prob.


Quoting Mark Kelso
Oh...and now that we seem to know you a bit better - Your mom's so ugly when she tried to take a bath the water jumped out!


Well your momma is so fat, she drys her pants in the driveway!
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| April 23, 2010, 1:51 am
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Quoting Mech Man
Well your momma is so fat, she drys her pants in the driveway!


Look out Phipson...new up and comer here.


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| April 23, 2010, 7:59 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

Look out Phipson...new up and comer here.



I always New Chris had a little elf ;)

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| April 23, 2010, 12:07 pm
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Quoting Mech Man

I always New Chris had a little elf ;)


Little elf? Funny, that's the pet name I gave to your mom. She always knows just how to get a stocking filled.

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| April 23, 2010, 4:43 pm
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Ok guys, anyone can go to a "yo momma so" website and copy and paste. How 'bout some originality here? Here, I'll make it easy for you to start...

Wow, I just found out that my cat used to date Kelso's sheep...



Ok, one of the new guys... smack away!
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| April 23, 2010, 4:47 pm
Oh...I see how it is.....fine then:
Yo mamma's so ugly, she entered an ugly contest and got turned away because they said "Sorry, no professionals!"

Oh yeah...bring it!
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| April 23, 2010, 4:49 pm
Quoting Chris Phipson
Ok guys, anyone can go to a "yo momma so" website and copy and paste. How 'bout some originality here? Here, I'll make it easy for you to start...

Wow, I just found out that my cat used to date Kelso's sheep...



Ok, one of the new guys... smack away!

I will have you know that I do not cut and paste! I steal all my material from the Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.....so there!
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| April 23, 2010, 4:50 pm
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Quoting Chris Phipson
Wow, I just found out that my cat used to date Kelso's sheep...


...which was later discovered to actually be Phipson's sister. (Something poetic about this being comment 69!)


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| April 23, 2010, 8:30 pm
Yo momma so fat she rolls out of bed!
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| April 23, 2010, 8:32 pm
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Quoting Mark Kelso
Quoting Chris Phipson
Wow, I just found out that my cat used to date Kelso's sheep...


...which was later discovered to actually be Phipson's sister.


And then he found out that he wasn't no baby's daddy and someone threw a chair at his punk (bleep)!

Jerry! Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!

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| April 23, 2010, 8:35 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako
Time for me to join this little bar-brawl...

Fate has been rather kind to your mother, has it not? She (and her progeny) seem to be so free of the ravishes of wit and the burdens of intellect.


Oh, I'm terribly sorry - was that a tad too "high-cultured" for you chaps?

~takes a sip of Earl Grey tea, with pinkie finger extended~

Let's try something a bit more "par for the course":

Yo momma was the reason Kelso took up sheep.


Quoting Chris Phipson

And then he found out that he wasn't no baby's daddy and someone threw a chair at his punk (bleep)!

Jerry! Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!


HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!


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| April 24, 2010, 8:39 am
Who gave you your first comment? What moc was it on?
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| April 24, 2010, 12:49 pm
I just discovered that Kelso's Mom really lives in a trailer, she calls it, the invisible hand. I mean not her hand, and its not invisible, and its not hers. Did I ever mention Im related to Kelso here?
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| April 24, 2010, 1:03 pm
Quoting Brady G
Yo momma so fat when she falls out of bed, she falls out on BOTH sides!

oh yeah well yo momma couldn't solve a nested trig function. Even if you let her use a computer!
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| April 24, 2010, 9:18 pm
Quoting Brady G
XD Yo momma got locked in the supermarket and starved to death!
hang on sec i gotta get a new one
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| April 24, 2010, 9:33 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako


Da Vinci's Notebook does hilarious parodies, like “Another Irish Drinking Song” and “Title of the Song”.


"Title of the Song" cracks me up. great group.
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| April 24, 2010, 9:47 pm
Quoting Mech Man
I just discovered that Kelso's Mom really lives in a trailer, she calls it, the invisible hand. I mean not her hand, and its not invisible, and its not hers. Did I ever mention Im related to Kelso here?

I don't understand that. Maybe I am just stupid.
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| April 24, 2010, 9:53 pm
Quoting Tyler Halliwell .
I don't understand that. Maybe I am just stupid.


Inside Joke, go read Kelso's Invisible hand Description
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| April 25, 2010, 1:34 am
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Quoting Lt. John Harland
Who gave you your first comment? What moc was it on?


Wow, that was kind of a fun question...I had to go look it up.

It was a builder named Marc Runde, and his comment was on my old school BSG Viper MOC. After seeing 2 x 4's brilliant variation, I have to say I'm really tempted to go back and re-work that thing, too. They have a lot of similarities, but after Ryan Wood's gang started a technique for tapering the nose, the look improved considerably. 2 x 4 used that technique and it just looks awesome.

Anywho...there ya go. So what about you? Who left your first comment?

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| April 25, 2010, 10:26 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

Wow, that was kind of a fun question...I had to go look it up.

It was a builder named Marc Runde, and his comment was on my old school BSG Viper MOC. After seeing 2 x 4's brilliant variation, I have to say I'm really tempted to go back and re-work that thing, too. They have a lot of similarities, but after Ryan Wood's gang started a technique for tapering the nose, the look improved considerably. 2 x 4 used that technique and it just looks awesome.

Anywho...there ya go. So what about you? Who left your first comment?
My very first comment was on my custom clone gunship by marshal commander Cal/
I do like to go back and comment on his mocs he does some pretty cool builds I really like his mech.
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| April 25, 2010, 12:18 pm
Quoting Mark Kelso
Anywho...there ya go. So what about you? Who left your first comment?
My first comment was from Moodswim on my Delta-7 Jedi Starfighter, meaning I got a comment from an AFOL on my first day.
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| April 25, 2010, 10:28 pm
Quoting Mark Kelso
Anywho...there ya go. So what about you? Who left your first comment?


Mine was from a guy called Rakoua, which I have known for about 2 years. He was the one who convinces me to come here, and boy I'm glad I did.
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| April 26, 2010, 2:07 am
I had to go look. It was on Fright Night I: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/130881, first comment on 7/1/2009 from a chap named Commander-MGX: http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/25653 ; which is good since I posted the MOC on 6/27/09…no comments for the first 4 days….HAHAHA, well, it is really not a very good MOC, lighting stinks, set is weak. It was my first MOC though.
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| April 27, 2010, 10:00 am
i got my first comment from swash buckler on this moc http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/171944 its my first one, so its not very good! ;)
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| April 27, 2010, 10:12 am
Quoting Master Shifu Leo J
Yo momma so fat she rolls out of bed!


Yo Mama's so stupid that when she saw a "Wet Floor" sign she did.
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| April 28, 2010, 8:38 am
Quoting Brady G
XD Yo momma got locked in the supermarket and starved to death!


Yo momma's so fat her belly button has an echo.
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| April 28, 2010, 8:39 am
Quoting Chris Phipson
It's official, the apocalypse has begun 2 years early...


2? Maybe 3...
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| April 28, 2010, 8:39 am
Quoting Architect of Vonthako
Well my dawg died,
And my banjo broke,
And my truck fell into a ditch.
And my wife skipped town wid my best friend Jack,
'cause she aint nuthin' but a cheatin' b -- ch

(Yes, I did just make that up on the spot.)


You. Are. Just. Too cool.
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| April 28, 2010, 8:40 am
Quoting Chris Phipson
Far too many kids come in and don't grasp the heirarchy that's firmly established and "try" to be funny first time out.

I could give you a list of names that have failed at following these guidlines, but you wouldn't know most of them because they're not around that much anymore.


>.>
<.<

I'm not on much anymore?

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| April 28, 2010, 8:43 am
Quoting Flare .

Yo Mama's so stupid that when she saw a "Wet Floor" sign she did.

.....HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
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| April 28, 2010, 9:30 am
Hey Kelso, when is the next installment of "Eye of Chaos" coming out? I'm practically dying to see your progress!
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| April 28, 2010, 9:34 am
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Quoting ODST serial 142-761
Hey Kelso, when is the next installment of "Eye of Chaos" coming out? I'm practically dying to see your progress!


Ah, funny you should mention that! I took pics yesterday and will be cleaning 'em up in photoshop here today and tomorrow...hope to have a post by friday. Not a ton of progress, but a cool technique to show with some subtle curvature in the hull...and some other stuff.


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| April 28, 2010, 9:39 am
Quoting Brady G
:D Good one! Haven't heard that one before.

Yo mommas so fat she puts on her lipstick with a paint roller.

You aren't just ripping these off google, are you? T_l


Yo momma's so ugly AND fat that when she looked in the mirror, not only the mirror broke but the house itself.
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| April 28, 2010, 11:40 am
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