Beyond the Brick’s Joshua Hanlon shows you Adam Reed Tucker’s amazing LEGO Six Flags American Eagle.
The roller coaster and other LEGO buildings by Adam are on display at Brick by Brick in the Museum of Science and Industry through Feb. 2017. See more videos from the exhibit: https://goo.gl/VtzwtN
Fun facts about the LEGO American Eagle
– 12 feet long
– Design time: 55 hours
– Build time: 70 hours
– Number of bricks: 14,500
The real Six Flags American Eagle Roller Coaster opened in 1981 as the world’s tallest wooden coaster (127 feet). It contains 8,300 feet of track and is still considered one of the best wooden roller coasters. Construction required more than 20,000 hours, 9,000 gallons of paint and more than a million feet of lumber.
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Bow Wow opened up to VladTV about his engagement to Erica Mena, which started after they began hosting 106 & Park together, but he pointed out that they’ve known each other since she auditioned for “Lottery Ticket.”
When speaking about their engagement, Bow Wow admitted that he wasn’t aware that Erica was going to make it public at the BET Awards, which came as a huge surprise to him. After making the announcement, comedian Tony Rock joked about the situation, calling Erica a “full blown whore,” which Bow Wow didn’t see the funny side of. He explained that he had never met Tony, and after he tweeted the joke, Bow Wow said he and his crew were going to “f*** up” the comedian at his All Def Digital show, but it never went down.
To hear more of Bow Wow’s interview, including the reason behind his breakup with Erica, hit the above clip.