Comic for January 8th, 2015
January 8th, 2015

Happens more often than you’d think.

Discussion (9)¬

  1. BrickVoid says:

    Intentionally vague answers to questions or statements that make no sense or that lack similar situations he can compare them to. Looking more and more like a scientific genius to me! 😀

  2. BrokenEye, the True False Prophet says:

    That it does, Lou, that it does.

    On an unrelated note, has anyone else noticed that houses in LSG are apparently decidedly less futuristic than literally every other interior space ever?

    • Pyradonis says:

      Well, what’s there to improve on a couch which you would notice when it’s built of LEGOs?

    • BrickVoid says:

      How can you say that when you don’t actually know what any of the items in the scenes you mention are actually capable of in the first place? 😉

    • Kaian says:

      Well how much do houses really change? My parents live in a brick house built in the late 1800’s, My apartment was built in the 1970’s, and my friend’s house was built only a few years ago. The only major differences are decorations. And we generally don’t still have the appliances from the older periods. They get updated. But the house itself remains the same.

    • Oldfan says:

      With a house full of mechanical geniuses, I’m wiling to bet that there are some neat gadgets hidden in those plain-looking walls. If Dr. Legostar is feeling generous, maybe we’ll see some of them shortly…

      And I just have to comment, I grew up in a house with green shag carpeting, much like what is depicted here (what, you didn’t think that those are LEGO studs, did you? It’s green shag carpeting!).

    • Chris Rivan says:

      Do you recall the house in Star Trek: Generations that Kirk was cooking breakfast in when Picard found him? That was in the nexus, yes, but heck, he was even chopping wood for a woodstove. Also, the Trek books are full of similar domiciles.


  3. Colin says:

    My house looks more futuristic…
    I’m still waiting for one of those beach houses with a doggie-door pool for dolphins like Arthur Clarke promised. 🙂

    • BrokenEye, the True False Prophet says:

      Yeah, John Lily and his… ah… unorthodox methods kinda killed the whole dolphin thing