There's a big difference between not understanding something and not getting the appeal of it, I understand it, but if I'm dropping big coin on Star Wars toys it wouldn't be made out of Legos, it would be a more life-like model.
However, dropping $100 on a big box of paintballs and shooting the crap out of my friends and total strangers, now THAT's fun!
If you could shoot them with Legos...
[edited by: incrediBILL at 5:14 am (utc) on Mar 17, 2012]
I hope we're not missing the absurdity of the TECH SOURCE (cnet) posting rah rah news regarding a kid's toy FOR ADULTS at a price that will purchase a really nifty keen LAPTOP or one IPAD. But do raz tangor for reading (today's run on cnet) that article and not seeing it was recycled/inserted from jun 2011, thus the joke (intended) unfortunately is on me.
Meanwhile, I do have an interest in Lego... not for myself, but for a member in my band (name withheld, no self-promotion allowed, but we are REALLY good) who has a 13 year old son running through dad's disposable income on a routine basis for the next/best/biggest Lego.
And he (the kid) always finds that on the web. Thus brings us back to FOO...