The Times They Are a-Changin'

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    If there's any copyright to this, it rests with either Samsonite or the Lego corporation, but definately not with me.

    Sir Nadroj, Moctagon Jones, and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Cam M. 38 months ago | reply

      Lol, I love how this is all wrong now ;)

    2. wunztwice 38 months ago | reply

      Heck, it changed with the yellow castle... I'm also fairly certain somewhere some kid's first LEGO MOC was a gun...

    3. sqiddster 38 months ago | reply

      I wonder what they would have thought if they knew that in 40 years time they would be manufacturing official weapon parts, endorsing things like star wars...

    4. Moctagon Jones 38 months ago | reply

      Ah, the good ol' days. *sniff* - Funny that they mention the U.N. though.

    5. Krika99 38 months ago | reply

      its right. Nowadays, lego goes pew-pew-pew.

    6. Pierre E Fieschi 38 months ago | reply

      Still i don't think there ever will be a 'Military' Lego theme.

    7. Sabarrus 38 months ago | reply

      Yeah, times really have changed.

    8. peterlmorris 38 months ago | reply

      I don't know... that giant steampunk turkey bot looks like it's about to wreck that kid's face.

    9. Super Destructo 38 months ago | reply

      I don't see the point in everything needing to be militarised (is that a word?) these days. All the best sets do without, they should be used as an example

    10. whateverly 38 months ago | reply

      Ah, the good old days...

    11. M.R. Yoder 38 months ago | reply

      Personally, I miss the wooden-duck-on-a-string. LEGO has been going downhill ever since.

    12. Moctagon Jones 38 months ago | reply

      Lego actually started off making weapons with the release of the Yo-Yo in 1932. We were screwed from the start.

    13. whateverly 38 months ago | reply

      It seems to me that a wooden duck at the end of a string wouldn't take too long to be weaponized in the right circumstances, i.e. when the number of children is greater than the number of ducks.

    14. the BCth 38 months ago | reply

      I never knew Samsonite made Lego toys. Apparently they did, for quite a few years.

    15. classictvman81 27 months ago | reply

      The agreement was terminated in the USA in 1972, although Canadian distribution would continue through 1986. LEGO formed its own USA subsidiary in 1973, and added USA manufacturing two years later.

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