In case you ever wondered just what kind of preparation Afghan police recruits get in order to prepare them to face the Taliban, rest assured they're offered the very latest in high-tech training technology. BrickArms' Toy taliban figure For proof, check out the fourth snap in this slideshow from FOCUS online. Regular readers …
Never mind picture #4....
...Let's hear more about pictures 1 and 2 in the slideshow, please!
Never mind 22nd Aug what about the 20th ....
Picture #4 - NSFW
You just cannot make up this kind of stuff!
This is not a title
I like the highly detailed building model in the background.
.. in a british training class they are still trying to implement a 2million pound database to better keep an eye on who enters and leaves the room.
In other news...
British police have to use Lego:
If the rioters are kids then shouldn't they have used Duplo?
So this is what Lester does on his days off
But what will they do if they're attacked by Optimus Prime?
So does this demand a real world reenactment?
So does this demand a real world reenactment or it didn't happen?
(shouldn't we have a Playmobile icon?)
Makes sense actually
If you need to have cheap, robust models, Playmobil isn't a bad choice. The selection is good and you can get them in every toy shop.
Those scenes were for training purposes so you can build a new scene and hand the trainees the figures and make them set up a checkpoint or something.
Playmobil figures are big enough to be seen from the back rows.
Never mind Germans grow up with Playmobil so it's a pretty natural choice if there are no special models to be used instead. Many adults and all kids have some around.
Ceterum censeo we need that Playmobil icon.
Clearly they are using the figures to play some variant of Warhammer. The one in front is a lone standard bearer, who appears to be the sole survivor of a unit of Dwarves backed up by tanks proxied by police cars...
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