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Who'd take their anger out on a Lego wall?

Damaged Lego wall in South Boston

Last summer, Nate Swain "patched" a wall on Congress Street down from the Children's Museum with Lego bricks. A couple months later, somebody smashed it. Somebody fixed it. Now, Cynthia Donovan reports, somebody's smashed it again.

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The Boston Lego Ninja.

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somebody needs a hug

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Walking by this every day, it is possible that someone hit it by accident. The bricks don't seem very damaged and it looks as though there's empty space behind the bricks, making it easier to affect.

Or, someone's just an a-hole.

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did your foot ever once win that battle? theyre pretty resilient

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In warfare use of Legos as an area denial system are a violation of the Geneva Conventions.

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Given the number of restaurants in that area, it's definitely possible that a delivery pallet banged into it. Hopefully it'll get fixed. My daughter loves seeing it whenever we go to the Children's Museum.

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Could it possibly be that water got in behind, froze, then drained away, leaving a weakened structure?

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Looks like alot of pieces are missing for that scenario

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This was going to be my suggestion as well.

(OMG we agree on something!)

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Rats pushing their way out?

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Needs more kragle

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