This is so cool. Warning: may suck up your time.
Technically two sets here: Hot Rod Club and Rebel Roadster, both from 1994. This Hot Rod Club was something that sat on a window sill for many years, and the result is a distinct cream colour to many white bricks. The Rebel Roadster is the red and black hot rod in the foreground.
More classic Lego, this time from the Space line: 1994’s Recon Robot. There’s a minifig seated behind the red windows.
If you’re wondering why I’m posting all this Lego: I’m currently sorting through all my possessions here in the UK before moving to the USA to start my PhD. And according to my inventory, I have over 200 Lego sets…
Q:I think a lot of kids don't understand bands being profitable let's them push boundaries. Sustainability inherently does not foster growth.
What a lot of kids don’t understand is that it’s wrong, like actual objective universal truth style wrong, to want people to never make enough money to plan for their future.
When kids see a band able to pay rent and buy groceries and they say, “why isn’t that enough?” they reveal what sort of assholes they are.
Poor people experience a lower quality of life not because they don’t have Xbox Live accounts, but because they can never plan for a future that isn’t destroyed entirely by needing a new transmission or a brief hospital stay.
When you say to ANYONE, band or grocery store clerk, “you don’t need anything more than what you need to subsist” you are a monster. That’s it. Fuck a monster.