Sneak knows that he should have been a big fan of Lego. Apparently it is the geek equivalent of going outside and picking on smaller kids, except rather than pick on anyone it usually involves the creating of structures in garishly coloured plastic. Not Sneak's bag at all.
Nowadays though Lego looks a lot more exciting. Not only is the Star Wars universe very well represented in the blocky play world, but so too are such loveable characters as the young Steves – Wozniak and Jobs.
How have you managed to live without such wonderful toys? Quite happily? Oh. Well you probably won't care then that they go on sale on Wednesday, cost about forty dollars and are limited to just 300 pieces.
Sneak wonders when any company will ever make a playset of Steve Balmers' infamous Dr Fester-like romp around the stage.
A very frightening thing to watch, and I dare say that something that not many children would like to have in their bedrooms. But, perhaps now the time is just right for such a release.
After all, it has been a good long while since anyone actually believed that these toys were for kids. Right?
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