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Watch a Man Child Unbelievably Spend Three Days Sorting 65,000 LEGO Bricks

Our resident Lego lover Jesus Diaz sorted through 5,195 Lego bricks and that gave him back pain. So you got to wonder what this Lego maniac has after unboxing and combing through 65,000 Lego bricks over the course of 71 hours. Are his fingers still attached? Does he see everything in primary colors? Can he feel? What the hell does he need 65,000 Lego bricks for?

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It's a project of musicians Daniel Larsson and Tomas Redigh who've used Lego bricks to make awesome stop-motion music videos before like this one called, "8-bit trip":

As you can imagine, the 65,000 pieces will be used to make another video. I hope it's worth it! [YouTube via PetaPixel]

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Sigh, thankfully, from a young age, my dad (Electronics engineer) made me keep all my lego sorted in boxes, labeled.....I hated him for that, but as years went by, loved him for that! English bought lego all the way too Space/Mechanical lego! Before giving it away, I held on to some of the old motor boxes from the 78 lego! Still use them for designing stuff!