Lego faces are more often looking like that guy on the left, researchers say.
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June 12, 2013 A researcher in New Zealand has examined the tiny toys' expressions. Most of them still look happy, but an increasing number look rather upset. He thinks that might not be good for children. The company says parents can always just switch the toys' heads.
Paul Janssen stands inside the Ohio Stadium he made out of Legos in his basement.
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January 19, 2011 Opened in 1922 and currently able to handle over 100,000 fans, Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio, is a sight to behold. It's almost as amazing as the Lego replica sitting in Paul Janssen's basement.
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