Lego Brick Costs (1973-2011)

In: Culture

20 Dec 2011

I like it when someone take a silly anecdotal observation and then does the research to see if it’s actually true. In this case, Ruth Suehle was wondering whether Legos really used to be cheaper when we were kids. The statistical methodology choices and related discussions over at GeekMom are interesting (though wonderfully pointless).


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