It looks like the remnants of a LEGO video game smashup superimposed over dreary reality: a major debris field of tiny plastic LEGO bricks strewn across a West Virginia highway, shutting it down and causing serious delays.
Racism is sadly alive and well in the world, but in a LEGO Star Wars toy set?
Sure, you loved watching an inch-tall Felix Baumgartner reenact his daredevil leap from 125,000 feet. But there’s plenty of other brilliant LEGO reenactments out there.
Brendan Powell Smith says he was “shocked” by what he read in the Bible as a philosophy and theology student in his twenties. And as the most popular book in the world, he couldn’t fathom that most people weren’t aware of …
Today’s links feature food fights, a Governor’s boardwalk fight, and a fight to preserve hedgehogs.
The must-read links for your Monday lunch break: NPH wins the Tonys, but who won ‘Mad Men’?
SAP executive Thomas Langenbach allegedly resold the Lego sets on eBay out of his $2 million, Lego-filled home.
In today’s lunchtime links: An inspirational football player gets a job, a Texan with a thing for electric fences campaigns for a new one and TIME investigates the end of the unpaid internship.
After years of catering to boys, the famous Danish toymaker is now trying to court the other 50% of the world’s children.
Talk about a blockbuster. (Sorry.)
It doesn’t matter that it’s an eight-foot-tall Lego man that washed up a beach one day. All lost-and-found property is treated equally in Sarasota, Fla.
While the sight of a beached whale is a sad but fairly common occurrence, the sight of a giant Lego man washed up on the beach is something to put on YouTube.