The inaugural: a proud Legocy!
Blog Guy, are you in Washington DC? Can you give us some of the flavor? Is it wall-to-wall people?
I’m here, but I’m practically alone. And I should know, because when it’s over, I’m on the committee to take the pieces apart and put them back in the big shoebox.
What? Now you’ve lost me.
Oh please, grow up! You DO know the ceremony is made from Legos and shot with an itty-bitty camera, don’t you?
So that’s why everybody looks crinkle-cut, like French fries?
Yeah, I guess we need to pull the camera back a little further.
This is very disturbing. What about the fancy gala inaugural balls? Are THEY Legos?
Of course not.
Whew! Thank God for that!
No, the inaugural balls are made from Q-tips and toothpicks.
More than a thousand 4 inch high mini-figures are shown on display as Legoland unveils a replica of the 56th presidential inauguration in Carlsbad, California, January 16, 2009. President-elect Barack Obama and his family are shown at left as Chief Justice John Roberts swears in the new president on the steps of the Capital building all made of lego. REUTERS photos by Mike Blake