WERE THE LEGOS STOLEN (COMMENT)? Mary Jane in her comment on yesterday’s post takes the position that the Legos at 32nd Street and Seventh Avenue must have been stolen. It is ironic, given the discussion of the impermanence of Legos, that out of some 25 lines of Legos that once filled the damaged block, only about five or six remain. And Mary Jane is right that filling the space completely is an important part of the aesthetic appeal of the project. As for whether the Legos were removed, it should be remembered that, as I posted on here, New York is a city where an entire landmark building was once stolen and sold for scrap.

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