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  • March 20, 2014
    Hey guys I am having some personal health problems, so bear with me. This is the Doctor Who TARDIS LEGO set currently up for voting on the LEGO Cuuso website. Of all the sets I've seen on the site recently, I feel like this one might actually stand a chance. Whovians are pre... / Continue →
  • February 7, 2014
    This is the X-Mansion (aka the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning) built by Glen Bricker (great name for a LEGOManiac! Unless it's not your real name, in which case it's a DECENT pseudonym). It's up for consideration right now on the LEGO Cuuso website but I've got the feel... / Continue →
  • September 25, 2013
    This is a proposed E.T. LEGO playset created by LEGO Cuuso user tjspencer1 and up for voting on the website. Have kids these days even seen E.T.? I have no clue, I don't really have my finger on the pulse of today's youth. I'm joking, I know them better than they know themse... / Continue →
  • March 6, 2012
    To test the security of a new electronic voting system for absentee ballots, the DC School Board decided to invite hackers to attempt to compromise the system before it went into use. SURPRISE! -- it got hacked the shit out of and Bender won. *shaking fist* CURSE YOU, SKYNET... / Continue →
  • May 4, 2011
    Wimpole Home Farm (wimpole's have homes?!), a national trust farm in Britain, will allow up to 10,000 online farmers vote to make key decisions in the operations of the farm (whether to grow weed, kill Wilbur, etc.) for a £30 annual fee. Everything's gonna die! Subscribers w... / Continue →