Posted Friday, June 26, 2009 12:22 PM | Contributed by Jeff
A Carlsbad teenager who vowed that he hadn't picked up a little plastic building block in eight years wowed the judges during a two-day competition to select new master builders at the Legoland California amusement park. Eighteen-year-old Samuel Swiger - the youngest of the competitors - walked away Thursday afternoon with a $10-an-hour, full-time job as his prize. He was one of four people selected for entry-level, or "associate" builder, jobs at Legoland.
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