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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1017426719 Matthew Jachimstal

    Very cool. Funny that this post comes one day after this: http://www.foxtrot.com/2011/06/06122011/

  • http://profiles.google.com/ironleg Ronnie Hinton

    Doesn’t look like SNOT to me unless you just mean they capped the whole thing with plate pieces. I thought SNOT reffered to joining bricks like this: http://www.holgermatthes.de/bricks/data/images/technics/snot-example-6_thumb.png

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NGTCIVWWHCFB62VCWYL3LZ62DM Todd

      Ronnie’s correct. In the truest sense of the term S.N.O.T. this is not indicative of studs not on top construction. The backside of this construction and the way the disjointed appearance is accomplished may have used SNOT construction, but the tiles are indicative of common studs on top orientation. This link (http://news.lugnet.com/announce/?n=3429) leads you to a PDF document all about SNOT buidling.

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