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What happens if you're a big college football fan AND you're good with LEGOs? Meet Brett Thiessen. He does this with his spare time and is selling these in his Etsy e-commerce store, StadiumBrick. It doesn't say how old this guy is, but I'm guessing 8?...

Auburn - Jordan-Hare Stadium
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You underestimate CLC's prowess and ruthlessness. They have gone after people making cupcakes on game days and other just as frivolous stuff. The Lawyers fees are merely salary for attorneys they already have on staff
Reply30 months
if it were something he could mass produce or charge a shite load per piece for, yeah, i could see licensing being an issue, but c'mon… at most he can make like, what, a dozen or so of these a year, for a couple of hundred bucks a year??

it wouldn't be worth the lawyer's fees to even make it an issue, as far as the NCAA is concerned...
Reply30 months
Now thats its posted everywhere, Im sure collegiate licensing Co. will be all over this. I hope this guy saved his money
Reply30 months
There is one on Ohio State on youtube that is very detailed. Also I saw two MLB stadiums that were very detailed. A lot of times these guys are commissioned to do some of these.
Reply30 months
how much for a Tiger Stadium?
Reply30 months
Pretty childish to think turning a hobby into a money making venture is stupid. How old are you and are you off your parents dole yet?
Reply30 months
You shouldn't play with Legos if you're a fricking adult.
Reply30 months
Awesome!
Reply30 months
Nice. I wouldn't mind Forbes Field.
Reply30 months
I know you thought that joke was funny, but there is a huge legos community, and these people build some crazy stuff. Some works are between 100 and 600 pounds.
Reply30 months
Pretty damn good idea, if you as me!
Reply30 months
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