Hi, I'm David, and thanks for visiting my site! Just a bit about me: I'm 16 years old and still fascinated with Leogs; I'm a part of my school's choir and stage crew; I love singing, Star Wars, hanging out with my friends, and playing Wii (check out my Lego Wii, by the way). I am also a proud LCMS Lutheran +. My birthday is September 18. The best movies ever made are the Star Wars Trilogy, UHF, Gladiator, the Untouchables, Indiana Jones, and the new Batman movies. For those of you looking here, I also love comments! Whenever I see a positive comment it brightens my day just a little bit. I also appreciate constructive criticism so I can improve. In either case, please be specific!
I would like to add a note of special thanks to David Linkon, who stepped on my Grand Piano (which I thankfully revived) and to Alex Karnopp, who dropped my life-size Buzz Droid and knocked over my Rebellion Medical Frigate (neither of which made it through the accidents).
Any suggestions of new creations are also helpful. Once I get an idea I like, I try to do a good job, but sometimes the idea is the hardest part.
Bad puns and Legos are pretty much the reason for my existence. Here's some examples:
-I knew a man who worked at the orange juice factory, but he couldn't concentrate.
-He then got a job as a banker, but he eventually lost interest.
-Afterward, he worked on the railroad for a while, but he couldn't conduct himself properly, and he never got back on track.
-Then he got a job at the IRS, but the workload was too taxing.
-He tried being a musician, but it wasn't his forte.
-He got another job as a barber, but he didn't make the cut.
-He got hired by the wax museum, but he didn't fit the mold.
-He even tried being a miner, but it got boring.
-Later, he tried bowling professionally, but it wasn't up his alley.
-So then he decided to be a dietician, but he couldn't stomach the work.
-Even being a mortician was a dead-end job.
-He was so desperate he tried walking dogs, but he was barking up the wrong tree.
-He taught geometry sometimes, but he never shaped up.
-He tried to do massage therapy, but the job rubbed him the wrong way.
-He was hired by a news crew to do the weather, but he quit; he hated his work atmosphere.
-A restaurant hired him, but he did nothing except wait around.
-So he quit, and tried being a baker, but he ran out of dough.
-He went to being a butcher, but he bit off more than he could chew.
-He started being a photographer, but that was over in a flash.
-Even being a mechanic was too exhausting.
-He tried out for a swim team, but eventually he threw in the towel.
-He started going to medical school and got to be a doctor, but he didn't have any patience.
-He got a part-time job at a shoe store, but he didn't fit in.
-He was so desperate, he tried being a gold panner, but his prospects weren't too good.
-He tied being a caddy, but his work was sub-par.
-He worked as a bellhop, but the job had its ups and downs.
-He tried being a gym trainer, but the job didn't work out.
See what I mean?
Feel free to tell me your own, and I'll add them (if I deem them worthy).