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Two amazing videos – I bet you haven’t seen anything like this before

Clive Maxfield
4/18/2011 10:07 PM EDT

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David Ashton   4/19/2011 10:46:21 AM
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Certainly worth the wait for my glacial broadband to download them....but some people have got waaay too much time on their hands as Bob says. I recall having seen similar things on the net before - the Honda ad being one - but I reckon these ones take the cake....

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Bob Virkus   4/18/2011 10:39:03 PM
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Fun stuff. The music video beings a smile to your day; the Lego video leaves you wondering how has that much time on their hands to construct such a contraption. My favorite this balls going over the pistons. And, its't it great that you can watch these things in HD.

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Max The Magnificent   4/18/2011 10:15:42 PM
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As always I am staggered by the creativity of folks -- I LOVE this stuff!

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