A giant Lego man washed up on the shore of Siesta Key beach in Sarasota. Police took the 8-foot-tall 100 pound fiberglass figure into custody after it showed up on the shores.
The giant, brightly colored Lego man had a name tag reading "Ego Leonard," so that has become his name as it should have. Generally nametags have names on them. The other thing is that the statue's shirt had the saying "No Real Than You Are." What do you think that means? Was the giant toy a comment on how nobody is real? Who knows?
Apparently Ego Leonard connotes "A world that for me represents happiness, solidarity, all green and blossoming, with no rules or limitations." Interesting. Even more interesting is that a similar Lego man ended up on a Dutch shore in 2007 and yet another showed up in England in 2008. Obviously there is some type of message here.
Surely these giant statues aren't some type of alien contact? What do you think the Lego man is? Is it simply some type of prank or demonstration?
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