Nope, North Dakota. Remember, lots of crude oil up here? Surge in population because of out-of-state workers? It's even worse in ND than Utah, not like traffic jams but road rage and refusal to yield to pedestrians and bikers.
And, uh, my brother is outside and because I'm bored, I was drawn to his pile of loose pieces and I threw together a helicopter contraption. One of those things that evolve over time because you realize that you can't do it the way you intended. Better take it apart quick before he sees it.
I just found a great LEGO websitehttp://rebrickable.com/about
It basically shows you a library of MOCs you can build by entering in what sets and parts you have, and it does the rest. It even shows you where to buy any missing pieces off of Bricklink and all that. It's a bit tacky to use but it's well worth checking out
I really wish though that there was a website like this, only a huge network of appointed builders (builders that build stable yet detailed models) are assigned the task of making different sets for unofficial fan-built themes, in a way like Lord Businesses' think tank (muahaha
). Basically just providing instructions and set art, like getting a LEGO box with nothing but instructions inside (for free of course). Just imagine, fan-designed Knights Kingdom I sets, or a whole new fan theme like Steampunk or something. It all goes on to the site where you can overview parts for the sets, and then download the instructions!
Someday, when life slows down and I'm not focusing on music for a while.