3D yoda head for lego minifig

Toronto, 2014.06.04

Our friend Michael has made our son a Yoda head for a LEGO minifig on his company's 3D printer; it looked amazing! He and I met on the street car, as I'd inadvertently left my bike locked up outside the office (mercifully, it was still there).

I left my bike helmet at home because I didn't want to take it on the street car. Mari told me, "Why not buy another one, I don't want you riding home without one, we're having too much back luck recently." My existing helmet has a broken strap and is a decade old, so now I have a new helmet. And I have to say, there have been some sharp improvements in helmets in the past decade. I don't think this new one weighs half of what the other one does.

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... I'll let you in on a secret. Big people are exactly the same as little people. They're selfish, squabbling children whose motivations are jealousy and greed. No one becomes big when the hit adulthood. They just become better at hiding how small they are.

-Jonathan Rosenberg