Well, not at Lego Indiana Jones. No one can suck at that game.
But as I grew up, I wasn’t one of those kids who was “great” with the Legos. I was the kid that made what was on the box. I didn’t tend to get creative with my Lincoln Logs either. Maybe it was the specialized sets of Legos. Maybe I was bothered by the color selection of my blocks.
When I was young, I spent a lot of time at my mother’s work, in it’s variouis iterations. She was a computer drafter. So I suppose this was my first seeds in the technology crazy I ended up being. I loved watching the huge plotter move back and forth as she printed her blueprints for houses, electrical systems, who knows. I knew I wanted to work in this fashion.
But I sucked at Legos.
So I got into video games. Tearing apart and rebuilding part of computers. Something called social media. Videos.
But I didn’t know what houses would have looked like without the same colored blocks.