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Watch Felix Baumgartner’s epic jump — in Lego.

It doesn’t take much time on the old google to discover that Lego recreation of historical events and popular culture is quite a thing.

But let’s step back a little and think about the endurance of Lego. Most products aimed at children are obsolete within months. But Lego has survived over 60 years with both the fickle nature of fads and trends, and the extreme changes of technology during this period. Lego is the cockroach/Nokia 3310 of toys. It will never die.

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    Why are LEGO’s always entertaining? Even at 30….
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    Everything is better in Lego.
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