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The Endless Mind-bending Complexities of Sorting and Storage
A small vignette dedicated to Mark Kelso, enjoy :)
About this creation

This vignette is dedicated to Mark Kelso. A little while back (today being 5/1/08) he inspired me to create a vignette that deals with "The Endless Mind-bending Complexities of Sorting and Storage", as he put it. I began to think what I could do with this subject, and thus this MOC was born!








Comments

  October 23, 2010
What is more annoying than this! Lego sorting never ends!
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  February 20, 2009
That's a funny idea!
  January 30, 2009
Heh. I just got two grocery bags of legos from my friend's parents. I haven't gotten through them yet. I think the vig would be more effective if, for example, one box had only red hooks and the other had only blue tiles, and he was holding a blue hook and a red tile. Then he would have more of a dilemma. Hey, does anyone else split their 1-bys by every-other-lengths (3s,6s,10s, and 14s together and 4s, 8s, 12s together) so it's easier to quickly tell the lengths apart?
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  October 13, 2008
He must have a headache.
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  August 23, 2008
funny!
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  June 14, 2008
Wow im sitting at my desk, taking a break from sorting all my snot pieces. ive been sorting my legos for 2 weeks and ive filled up 10 boxes and im nowhere near HALFWAY done! and to you guys who get easily frustrated, I recomend listening to classical music or sontin.
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  May 21, 2008
That's a sad man with only two buckets. Can he has another bucket? And no ziplock baggies. What up with that? That guy sure needs to get organized. garth
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  May 5, 2008
Thnx 4 ur suggestion. I was thinking of doing that eventually anyway; I just thought I'd consulst other people first
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  May 2, 2008
Lol very funny great warrior is lucky (30 min.) I've send 5 hours at classing my lego's and I dosen't finished yet, great vig!
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  May 2, 2008
heheh, i have my legos in two medium-sized bins, a large tool case, one of those environmentally friendly bags, and in a shoebox. The tool case is perfectly organized, from size to piece to theme, like machinery-type parts. From the bag, it's primarily the taken apart MT-51 Claw Tank (Mars Mission) and B-Wing (my Ssyphin All-Terrain Tank lurks in there too), and the shoebox is also a couple of Mars Mission sets I keep separate from everything else. :)
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  May 1, 2008
I never really sorted my pieces,because I keep 'em all in two? big buckets.No point,I figure,if you are going to search and spread hem everywhere.NIce vig!
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  May 1, 2008
Ah, my words come back to haunt me. Excellent job of capturing the emotion!...the anguish!!...the torment!!!... that eats away at one's very SOUL when trying to decide, for example, whether to store 1 x 1 tiles with the 1 x2's...or, maybe...WAIT!...seperately? AAAAAAARRRRRRGGGG!!!!!
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  May 1, 2008
I gave up sorting years ago. It takes too long and is ruined when a certain Demon child I know scatters your peices far and wide.
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  May 1, 2008
Ugh who doesn't have sorting problems! haha Nice work
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  May 1, 2008
Nice vig!. And so true...
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  May 1, 2008
Lol, this is very creative. I like how you used the bright blue, I don't see that color that often.
 
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