*sigh* Legos, sheeps, fishs...
Lego bricks. They're Lego bricks. It's a derivative of "leg godt" in Dutch, which means "play well" (source), and a mass noun, not a count noun. How hard can it be to use the correct name for a product?
I'll second that. Bigger, dumber rockets are emphatically NOT a solution to the orbit problem: the waste of engineering and resources is, frankly, disturbing.
Better solutions have been suggested, but as yet no-one with any serious clout is willing to develop them. The Skylon project is currently trying to gather support from a consortium of aerospace companies, after being 'considered' by ESA.
There appear to be ways of getting to orbit that don't involve carrying things up there only to throw them down again, but no-one is listening. Bit of a shame, really.
Machines have less problems. I'd like to be a machine. -- Andy Warhol