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Have you seen a 2x2 lego brick that answers to the name of Samantha?

 

How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if it drove a motorcycle over 16 trucks?

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My default question: Are you an outdoors-ey kind of guy? If so, what's your favorite outdoors location?

 

What are your favorite LEGO lines, and what do you like about them?

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Have you seen a 2x2 lego brick that answers to the name of Samantha?

 

How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if it drove a motorcycle over 16 trucks?

Why? Where is she? What's she done this time?

 

About seventeen wood.

 

do you dream about farm animals

Do ponies count as farm animals?

 

My default question: Are you an outdoors-ey kind of guy? If so, what's your favorite outdoors location?

 

What are your favorite LEGO lines, and what do you like about them?

I'm not the most outdoors-y (and certainly not the most athletic), but I love being outdoors. I like to take walks around my neighborhood, at nearby parks, or on nearby trails. My family goes to family camp every year in West Virginia, and while I'm there I try to make time for swimming in the Greenbrier River and hiking in the woods.

 

At my first college, I took a field biology class and a black and white photography class. Both were great experiences that allowed me to visit some really amazing places, and just generally enjoy the beautiful natural scenery of southern Vermont.

 

My favorite LEGO lines tend to be story-driven adventure themes like BIONICLE, Ninjago, and The LEGO Movie. Atlantis, Power Miners, Space Police, Agents, and Exo-Force have also been among my favorites from the past decade.

 

As a kid, some of my favorite LEGO themes included Exploriens, Launch Command, Aquazone, and Adventurers (though I didn't collect much of that last theme besides the original desert wave). My pillow in my bedroom still has a pillowcase with 6339 on one side and 6195 on the other. In hindsight it's easy to see that the design quality and value for money in some of these sets was lacking compared to today's sets. 6195 was $90 for 508 pieces! Today, that'd be $138.70 — Yowza! Later I got into Technic themes like Speed Slammers, Throwbots, Cyber-Slam, and, eventually, BIONICLE.

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Do you play chess?

 

Do you play cards?

The response to both is "no, but I used to". I still know how to play chess, even though I pretty much never play it anymore. I don't remember nearly as many card games as I did back in the day when I used to go to summer camp, but I could probably remember a lot of those games after getting a brief explanation. Generally, I prefer Uno to most ordinary card games.

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Where do you live? When's your birthday? Do you have any siblings? Where are you from? What are your parents' names? How old are you? What type of computer do you have? What's the colour of your carpet in your bedroom? Are these questions too personal?

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Where do you live? When's your birthday? Do you have any siblings? Where are you from? What are your parents' names? How old are you? What type of computer do you have? What's the colour of your carpet in your bedroom? Are these questions too personal?

I have a feeling you already know the answer to all of these questions. :P
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