Indeed he was, he was also awesome in Escape From New York.
Oh Yeah! I forgot about that! I like him best in For a Few Dollars More; Good, Bad, Ugly (no comments Chris); and the trilogy he did with Sergio Leone that did not have Clint in it, forgot the name...darn it Permalink
Let me take this opportunity to thank Keith for NOT stiffing me on the MocOlympics prizes! It seems that there's very few people in the Lego community that you can count on when they tell you something. Let me say publicly that Keith is one of them!
Thank you Keith, you're one of the good ones...
Or bad or ugly... depending on how you look at it.
I actually have a serious question (well, not riddled with smack and innuendo anyway). Different people have different building styles and approach their builds differently. Some people Sketch out ideas on paper, some use LDD or other programs. Some Like to center a build around one element and others have a general concept in their head and let the brick lead them.
What's your basic approach to starting a build? Permalink
Quoting Keith Goldman
Kicking Phipson seems like a good idea until you see a photo of him. He looks like a tamed dock-worker, but he'd probably go all Tyson on you if things got dicey even for a moment.
That actually made me laugh out loud. Thanks for the giggle. Permalink