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A heartwarming story of a boy who scrimped and saved to buy Legos has gone viral just in time for Christmas. James Groccia, an 11-year-old from Massachusetts with Asperger syndrome, saved all his money for two years to buy the Lego Emerald Night Train set, only to find it had been discontinued. So, he wrote to Lego. First, they sent a nice, corporate-sounding apology letter. Then, a few days before his birthday, a package arrived containing the discontinued set with a sweet letter commending his will power and even suggesting someday he might work at Lego.