June 26, 2007


Food for thought.


At June 27, 2007 12:26 AM , Blogger Papa Twister said...

What percentage of Swedish retail stores are Lego stores?

At June 27, 2007 7:17 AM , Blogger Matt_J said...

Lets see. 5% of the stores are toy stores and legos are 1/5 of the floor space, that puts us in the red.

Legos are more expensive here.

At June 27, 2007 7:33 PM , Blogger Papa Twister said...

Interesting... from your Primate Brow Flash comment... Legos are Danish. I thought they were Swedish, but the Volvo free preferred parking is a reality. Maybe they are owned by the same parent company. I believe that Saab is owned by Ford Motors. The Legoland we went to is an hour and a half south of LA is Carlsbad, CA, and of course now there is a Legoland under construction in Isaac's room. Great stuff. Laura and I have been taking turns between the baby and playing with Isaac's Legos. I dare not say which is more fun right now.

At June 27, 2007 9:51 PM , Blogger Matt_J said...

Great stuff! Saab is allied with GM (they may start assembling Euro Cadillacs at the Saab plant), and Volvo is part of Ford. Swedish steel. Denmark has no native automobiles but they do have an incredibly high tax on cars, like 300%. Its no joke, unless you are living in Sweden. Karin's dad is 89 and when he comes to visit he always heads for the legos. He will play with them even with no grandkids present.


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