Thursday, July 25, 2013

This Might Go Nicely With My Lego Tardis

 You don't need anyone to tell you you're a Dr. Who fan.  (It's those little signs)
This isn't Dr. Who, but will definately place you in geek category.

A LEGO set of the Back to the Future DeLorean which was recently on display Comic-Con and will go on sale Aug. 1.
The set comes with LEGO mini-figure versions of Marty McFly and Doc Brown, while the time machine includes details like the Flux Capacitor, a time display tile, and the Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor.
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I think this would be pretty neat, for the kids, or the kid in YOU.


  1. I'm sure both of my sons would like to have those. ;)

  2. That would be a nice addition to the Hall of Fame in the Doctor's TARDIS.

    Down the hall to the right, past the library, up the stairs, around the pool, and on to Exhibit Hall H. :)

  3. Lois - they would indeed.

    Rev. Paul - thanks for the email, and glad you enlarged the picture and got the Dr. Who reference. :-)

    My best to your girls. Tell Sam I will have a fun family recipe up tomorrow that she might have fun "tweeking" with her chef skills.

  4. The sad thing is... that movie was in theaters 5 to 10 years before my college students were born... so my references in class often get blank stares...

    Dann in Ohio

  5. The models are out for Disney's Planes. I'm getting a set for ah...ah... the grandkids!

  6. Man, there are soooo many Lego kits I'd love to have (you can still find the Star Wars B-wing online!)....but have you SEEN the prices? All I can do is drool from a distance.

    Need to add Dr Who to my Netflix list....haven't watched regularly since Tom Baker was the Doctor (loved that scarf!).

  7. We just saw Huey Lewis at the Portland Zoo. He introduced "The Power of Love" with the line, "When we wrote this, we had no idea that we would be performing it every night for the rest of our lives."

    "The Simpsons" ride at Universal is fun, but climbing into the car of the "Back to the Future" ride it replaced was a huge nostalga trip for me, complete with a Flux Capacitor and Mr. Fusion.

    Here's hoping that Universal stashed the cars somewhere safe for the 2015 anniversary.


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