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TBB Interview with Paul

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In the wake of their award for MOC of the Year, The Brother's Brick have posted an interview with Paul.

http://www.brothers-brick.com/2017/01/0 ... interview/
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Great answers to some great questions.
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Pickles and vinegar are the worst.
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I tried to keep the interview fun and a little bit silly. Hopefully that made it more entertaining than being all serious about Lego.

I vaguely remember talking to someone about pickles at Brickcon. You just never know when people are actually paying attention to what you are saying and recording it for future use.

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No mention of a future Space Mexican cargo ship !?!?! :P

Great interview paul , congratulations !!
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Enjoyable read! I need to clean the bathtub...
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I think the bathtub is where he cleans his LEGO. So definitely not a double entendre or euphemism. Okay, maybe the pickle is.
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chump wrote:I think the bathtub is where he cleans his LEGO. So definitely not a double entendre or euphemism. Okay, maybe the pickle is.
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Congrats Paul! :)

Huh, I didn't know pickles were from cucumbers... :oops:
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How exciting! congradulations! Great interview and pics :wink:
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Very nice interview Paul! I like how you were able to show-off your wide range in building themes, and were given the opportunity to share some personal interests outside of your Lego addiction.
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TroopaDee wrote:Huh, I didn't know pickles were from cucumbers... :oops:
Look at you - not afraid to admit such a thing.
You can't be the last person to learn that, and to be fair, they're not from the big English cucumbers that people most often buy (to eat un-pickled) in grocery stores.
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You should also note that cucumbers are not the only thing that can be pickled. ie. onions, beets, peppers, etc.

Congrats Paul. Way to represent the hobby (obsession).
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Ptrotter wrote:You should also note that cucumbers are not the only thing that can be pickled. ie. onions, beets, peppers, etc.
Indeed! Pickled ginger; pickled cabbage; pickled herring, pickled ______ (anything)!
but (whether or not they're the original) the food item that gets the name pickles, are indeed cucumbers. :)
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Ooooh! Speaking of pickled cabbage, I love Kimchi (spicy hot pickled Korean Cabbage). I also like pickled herring from time to time! Food and Lego, my favorite things in life! :woo:
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Kyler wrote:
TroopaDee wrote:Huh, I didn't know pickles were from cucumbers... :oops:
Look at you - not afraid to admit such a thing.
You can't be the last person to learn that, and to be fair, they're not from the big English cucumbers that people most often buy (to eat un-pickled) in grocery stores.
This is very Sheldon Cooper of you.
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