Bungo: Hey there, I’m Bungo the yeti, and I’m here to tell you a little bit about Cameron. He recently turned 12 and his favorite LEGO themes are the LEGO Collectible Minifigures and LEGO Legends of Chima. Well, that’s all for today, folks, and…
Cyclops: Whoa! That’s it? That’s all you’re going to tell them about Cameron?
Bungo: Well, that’s all they need to know, right?
Cyclops: No! Try telling them a little bit more.
Bungo: Okay. Cameron got his first LEGO set in 2008. I don’t know what it was called, but it came with this guy… I’m not sure what that kid is doing here…
Construction Guy: Hi!
Bungo: Shhh! You’re supposed to keep quiet!
Construction Guy: Oh…
Bungo: Anyway, it wasn’t until 2010 that Cameron really got into LEGO. At first he only liked LEGO Star Wars, but in late 2011 he discovered all of the other great themes… like me!
Cyclops: You weren’t out yet.
Bungo: I wasn’t???
Cyclops: No, you weren’t.
Bungo: Who cares? Going back to Cameron, he is homeschooled, but it wasn’t always like that. He went to kindergarten in public school then he and his family moved to Houston for a year. So Cameron was homeschooled for that year. When they moved back to Indiana, he went back to public school. He was in public school until March of 2012 (4th grade) when he was pulled out. (Hooray!) He told me that that was the happiest day of his life. He is homeschooled to this day. And recently Camaeron and his family moved to Georgia. Here is a LEGO-ized picture of him…
Benny: I really digs his shirt!
Bungo: And like I said before, his two favorite themes are LEGO Legends of Chima and the LEGO Collectible Minifigures. He started getting the Collectible Minifigs in 2011, but only managed to get 11 of Series 5. He got a few of Series 6, 7, 8, and 9. It wasn’t until Series 10 that he got a complete collection. He also managed to complete Series 11 and The LEGO Movie Series. Cameron’s favorite Collectible Minifigure is Cyclops. Between him and his brother, they are only missing G’Loona, Crooler, Windra, Rawzom, and Ewald from Legends of Chima to complete the full LEGO Legends of Chima minifigure roster. Cameron’s three favorite minifigures of all time are: the aforementioned Cyclops, Benny from The LEGO Movie, and Bombur the dwarf from the LEGO Lord of the Rings theme.
Bungo: I’m not really sure how I didn’t make the cut.
Cyclops: Well, it’s kind of obvious since you were running up against me.
Bungo: No, I meant I’m not sure how a 1980’s something space guy and an overweight dwarf beat me.
Cyclops: You have a point.
Bungo: Cameron is kind of a jack-of-all trades when it comes to building with LEGO. He’s built boats, spaceships, trucks, countless houses (I lost track at around the 9th or 10th design), and even a rainbow colored sail-barge!!!
Cameron: Okay, what’s going on here? What are you guys doing? Alright guys, get moving.
Bungo: Awww… do we have to?
Cyclops: But we were doing well!
Cameron: Readers of this page, sorry about that. Minifigs can be quite an unruly bunch, can’t they? But now that I scroll through this, it all seems accurate. They actually did a good job! Well, I guess that there’s not much more to say.
Bungo: Oh… oh… can I sign off? Please?!
Bungo: Woohoo! Now, what was I going to say? Ummm….
Cyclops: Just say good bye!
Bungo: Oh, yeah, right. Bye!
Hulk: HULK SMASH!!!
Bungo: What is that?!
Cyclops: Ahhh!!! Run!!!
Bungo: If you have any questions or comments for Cameron (a.k.a. Carbo), just leave them in the comment section below and he’ll do his best to answer them quickly.
Cameron: I thought that you were going to answer those questions and comments.
Bungo: No, I quit.
Cameron: What?! Why?
Bungo: Too much work. Bye!
Cameron: Wait! What? No!!!
(NOTE: This program was brought to you by Cyclops.)
HERE IS A LIST OF POSTS BY CAMERON
- LEGO Minifigures Series 11 Review – Part 1
- LEGO Minifigures Series 11 Review – Part 2
- LEGO Minifigures Series 11 Review – Part 3
- 2014 LEGO City Police Sets – Images & Preview
- 2014 LEGO Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!
- Foolish LEGO: Photography & Webcomic
- The LEGO Movie Minifigures – Review
- LEGO Club Magazine – News from Latest Issue