I write about LEGO, because I love it.
And I say “I”, because at this point, Mr. Family Brick isn’t writing blog posts… yet. I’m still working on him. ;)
Sometimes, I link to products, because if I love it, I know you, as a LEGO loving fan, will want to know where you can get it, too!
So I link.
And since I link, the FTC wants me to be transparent. I also want to be transparent, because it’s the right thing to do. No one likes to feel tricked.
Have I forgotten to do this previously? Yes. I only started disclosing links sometime earlier this year (2016), when I realized, since I don’t appreciate hidden affiliate links, you probably don’t appreciate them either.
Now, brace yourselves. Fancy-schmancy FTC Disclosure incoming:
FTC Disclosure (because we should all be transparent, darn it!) – You should always assume that pretty much every link on this blog is an affiliate link and that if you click it, find something you like and get it, I’m gonna make some serious moola.
Understand, I’m not talking chump change, I’m talking a huge windfall in commissions, bling to the maximus and all sorts of other free stuff. I may even be given a private island and a plane, though honestly I’d settle most of the time for some donuts and Hot Damn pickles… and LEGO… always LEGO.
Oh, look, a squirrel…. K, I’m back.
And if I mention a book or some other product, just assume I got a review copy of it gratis and that me getting it has completely biased everything I say. Let’s be honest… the book is probably about LEGO and LEGO is awesome so how could I not be completely biased? Not to mention, schwag is like a drug to me, put it in my hand and you own me, you’ve been warned (disclosure to the disclosure, I’m just kidding… I am, right?). Rainbows and kisses. Oooooh, shiny…
…and in a few years, we might have enough to buy the retired Taj Mahal! (Have you seen the price of that set on eBay??? Insane… we could buy a car for that amount!)