What the left can learn from LEGO

What the left can learn from LEGO

I am so sick of hearing how toy companies should change what they sell to appease the progressive agenda. That’s right, I said toy companies.

This weekend, in my boredom, I stumbled upon an article from the Huffington Post, hammering the fact that in 2014 LEGO creates specific toys for girls, but back in the day, they created toys for ‘everyone.’

The article started off with what I think is a legitimately cool ad from LEGO in 1981:

You can’t deny how great that marketing piece was.  Every good parent finds his or her children’s artwork to be incredible.  I personally made some terrible garbage as a kid with macaroni and glitter and my parents loved it even when I, at age 6, knew it was garbage.  I literally presented it to them and said, “Look at this pile of junk I put on this construction paper,” and they loved it.

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