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A Plane and A Monkey
A pilot and his chimp who are charged with protecting the civilized world from the scourge of the earth.
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Sir Witherton: 'ello old Chaps- Sir Edmund Witherton here; retired pilot of the Royal Air Force. This monkey chap here is my comrade in arms. ‘Is name is Clyde, Clyde the chimp. We used to fly together in the glory days. Ah, enough of an old man's reminiscing, let us go on with it…

So going on, it is my sad duty to inform you that a recent escape of many clone kiddies occurred a few nights ago. The public is asked to call the hotline: 1-800- CLONIE if they know the whereabouts of any escaped clones. We're speaking on behalf the P.A.C union, who vigorously oppose any sharpied clones. As a clone hunter…

Sir Witherton: Hey there’s one! Get ‘im Clyde!

Sir Witherton: Not to fear ladies and gents, my associate Clyde is more than capable. Why, I remember once in ’46….

Sir Witherton: Ahh… Getting off topic again. As I was saying, as a clone hunter, it is my duty to track down and K- Er, Capture any clone. Your cooperation would help my efforts.

Sir Witherton: Wait a tic. Cameraman, back up a few feet, that’s a good chap. Thanks mate.

Sir Witherton: Anyways, She’s armed with 2 50 caliber machineguns connected to the cockpit by some wireless thingamajig or other.

Sir Witherton: She was also built for stability rather than speed…

Sir Witherton: Anyways, again, please call that hotline number if you see any clonies. We here at PAC would appreciate it.

Sir Witherton: Ahh, and here’s Clyde. Put it with the other ones Clyde, there's a good fellow.

Sir Witherton: Till next time chaps!

4th wall Commentary
Well, I know its cheesy. So what? I really just wanted to make a “comic” type moc, rather than my usual “this is a propeller” type commentary. I’ll update this moc with pics of the plane later. Oh, and if anyone has any cool chess creations, add 'em here. Oh, and I don't know if I should put the PG rating on this. I don't think so, but'd I'd like to hear what you think.

- A Monkey



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  August 31, 2011
That's funny I really like the monkey.
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  February 14, 2011
If that minifig were ever to live, that would be the PERFECT voice for him, definitely fitting. I like the plane, it has a cool futuristic smoothness to it while staying with an old-timey design.
 I like it 
  February 8, 2011
You're off to a good start with the comic effects. I'll leave a few thoughts in the Advice Group on my thread. Meanwhile, nice work!
 I made it 
  February 7, 2011
Hey guys, I doubt any of you are checking back with this MOC, but I'm using this to test my technique for making lego comics, so I'd love to see what you think.
  January 23, 2011
@ A Monkey: I see. Would you like to join my group? We just started a contest. It's called the Commoner's Club. P.S. I hate it when comments get deleted after you work forever on them.
 I made it 
  January 22, 2011
I'm sorry I can't show you exactly what I'm responding too, I just lost a comment after 10 minutes of typing. So I'll just do it from here. Fero: Didn't know the guy. He had a real reason for leaving, MY point was all the people doing this for attention. Some are even coming back now. SIGN UP MOCS: I am in no way jealous. I, like you, don't really care about smileys. MY point was that you can do better than jumping on the sign up MOC bandwagon I'm on here to see what I could do BETTER on my MOCs, which, the creators and participants in sign up MOCs clearly do not. Yes, they may just want to have fun, but what I am frustrated with is the fact that the sign up page itself is their most popular MOC. Builders on here have such a desire to get mentioned, so people will "comment on their stuff." These MOCs, (I haven't looked at yours yet, I will) aren't good as far as builds, storyline, or dialogue, are getting 20 - 30 smileys, while some really superb builders out there, are relativly unknown. CREDIT: Whatever. As I say, I'll give credit WHEN I TAKE SOMETHING DIRECTLY from a creation of yours. Not when I put it together w/o ever seeing your page. As I also say, I'm sure LEGO has TONS of builders who know EVERY trick in the book. So you didn't actually "come up with" the technique, did you? The thing I was trying to say in that particular rant, was that people on here froth at the mouth when you "use one of their ideas." I doubt there are any claims of intellectual property in regards to a LEGO technique.
  January 22, 2011
Unfortunately I must mar this creation with some replies to your homepage.
Quoting A Monkey And they think way to highly of themselves, and think that EVERYONE knows them, so everyone will beg them to come back. Some people I didn't even know existed until they posted a goodbye moc. And they thought that they were the best.
Well, what about Fero? He already had probably like a million smileys, and didn't care for more. All he wanted to do was have fun with his Star Wars dios. If he didn't post his goodbye, most likely he would have had a thousand Cl0Ni3s raiding his M.O.C's with "where are you?"
Quoting A Monkey Anyway, if you think a sign up moc make you popular, look at all the Phipsons and Kelsos around here. Look at their mocs.
And...okay if you're just jealous, whatever. But, some people do not have any way to contact people if they need people to sign up for something. For example: I also do not care about smileys. I just want to have fun. But I am making something that REQUIRES "players". Almost like a contest in a M.O.C. And since I'm not well known, I probably won't get very many comments, anyway. It's kinda like Risk; I can reserve a spot ASAP for you if you like.
Well. If I saw a technique and I thought "Hey, wasn't that the one I created yesterday?" Just put it in a M.O.C. and go "I know (blank) thought of this, but I did TOO." And about putting hats on minifigures and bricks down on one another: LEGO thought of that first, and of course since they are MEANT to be built like that they don't really care about credit, unless it's another toy company.
 I like it 
  January 22, 2011
Cool plane! I like the way you had the blood trail "coming towards you."
 I made it 
  January 20, 2011
Quoting W. Mark Hmm... the hotline number didn't work. Such a pity. Nice work on the plane.
It's probably busy. Clyde has had a lot of calls.
 I like it 
  January 20, 2011
Love the plane! Especially the cockpit.
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  January 19, 2011
Hmm... the hotline number didn't work. Such a pity. Nice work on the plane.
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  January 13, 2011
Hahaha, now that was funny. ~Waff
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  January 13, 2011
Way to go Clyde! Funny bit, Dude!
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  January 13, 2011
Funny stuff, love the plane.
 I made it 
  January 12, 2011
Quoting Brickster ~ Very cool! Did you put eyes on your monkey?
No, I don't know how you would do that.
 I like it 
  January 12, 2011
Very cool! Did you put eyes on your monkey?
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