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MY LEGO® STORY
 
 
by El Caracho
 
 
 

This is the story of how I came to building with Lego bricks and how my building skills evolved over the years. I had other toys besides Lego bricks as a child, too, but they never came close to the almost infinite range of things you could create out of Lego bricks. The main rival of Lego in Germany was called "Fisher Technic", but I never came past some basic sets. In my opinion it was to limited in terms of color (only gray/red) and would best be used for building bridges and the likes, not detailed vehicles.

 
 
  CONTENT:  
 
 
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  Chapter 1  
    The Birth Of A Passion  
 
 
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  Chapter 2  
    My Dark Ages  
 
 
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  Chapter 3  
    A New Beginning  
 
 
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  Chapter 4  
    Other Facts'N Stuff  
 
 
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  Chapter 5  
    Future Projects  
 
 

WARNING: Some parts of this story may not be as interesting for other people besides me than I thought it would be. There may also be lots of typos and other grammatical errors, because the english language isn't my native tongue. But then again, you're free to read it or leave it.

 
 
 
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