Reading between the lines, perhaps it's toy shelves in Denmark that will be bare in December.
I am not sure whether User Friendly are Lego fans or not. Check today's cartoon strip:http://ars.userfriendly.org/cartoons/?id=20061105-Tony
Really Funny.... Well, not really. Out of the approx. 250+ LEGO sets I have opened in my lifetime (that may be an extreme under-estimate!) I have never been shorted a single piece. Never. But, if I was ever...I could always rely on LEGO to come through and supply the missing element!http://www.lego.com/eng/service/replacementparts.aspChristopher
I have, actually...on two occassions. In each case, the part was at my door about two days later, no questions asked. This is not to say I haven't heard the "this piece is missing" complaint many many times, as either my son or I try to find the proper piece in a 1000+_ piece set :-). Yes, LEGO's quality control is amazing, and their customer service is even more amazing on issues like these.-- Brian Davis
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