Rick

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  1. Hardly breaking news, but WhiteFang has finally got his hands on a full series of 71014 Collectable Minifigures - DFB Series and has written a thorough review of the series for Eurobricks readers. Check out his rigorous review in the Special Themes forum.
  2. Building a snowman... Apologies for the crappy phone picture.
  3. Green Grocer has a radiator, but - as has been pointed out - that doesn't mean the modulars are set in anything close to the present day. The only 'mistake' so far seems to have been the computer in the Town Hall. Things like the 1932 reference in the Fire Brigade (reference to the foundation of LEGO) and the probation references (albeit with cookies) in the Detective's Office, make me think they're set in the 1930s. Not that any of this matters, because they can be used in any 20th or 21st century setting.
  4. Ever wondered if Modular Buildings and Friends is a good combination? Denil85 proves it is with The Horsemen Town Square.
  5. As the end of the year is drawing near, we start to look forward to Christmas and it may very well look like this romantic image of "A Child's Christmas in Eastern Ontario" by kjm161. Check out the eye-pleasing exterior and insanely detailed interior in the Town forum.
  6. This thread is not the place for these kind of arguments.
  7. Accounts merged.
  8. I have no idea what was causing your problem, but I have approved your account and you should be able to log in. I am going to merge your two accounts, so please let me know which of your two account names (and associated login info) you'd like to retain.
  9. I spy new 'square' mudguard pieces (in the bank robbery and tow truck sets). For the rest, just another police line with the same sort of sets we always get.
  10. This thread is going too far off-topic. The discussion about differences in pricing between countries is not something that applies exclusively to modular buildings. If you'd like to discuss pricing differences, I'm sure there's a thread in the General discussion forum of the Embassy forum.
  11. It denotes a featured topic: a topic a forum moderator wants to highlight. We're testing a feed in the sidebar on the portal that lists recently started featured topics.
  12. Due to a bug in the forum software we couldn't set the portal as the default landing page for eurobricks.com, so we set it to the forum index instead. That bug has now been terminated and the portal is the default page again and that is probably what explains your issue: you bookmarked http://www.eurobricks.com/forum (which now goes to the portal again), but you should bookmark http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/ for the forum index.
  13. @makoy, why can't you remove the tag? When I hit backspace, tags are removed as well.
  14. I definitely think the 2018 modular building won't have 4,000 pieces again, but another 48-wide set in a non-traditional configuration with some open space (a park, for example) could be feasible with 2,500 - 3,000 pieces.